- the “equalization of effects” approach in China;
- the PRC’s legal system on REJ in China;
- China’s reciprocity requirement;
- China’s jurisdictional requirement;
- the public policy defence under Chinese law;
- the concept of “natural justice” in Chinese law;
- the defence of parallel proceedings or conflicting judgments;
- the structure of China’s courts system;
- procedures and costs;
- availability of provisional and protective measures;
- legal culture and other important factors; and
- an overview of a selected court’s practice.
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List of Abbreviations.
Chapter 1 A Preliminary Issue: Effects of Foreign Judgments in China.
Chapter 2 The Skeleton: The Legal System regarding the REJ in China.
Chapter 3 The Flesh: The Judicial System Supporting the REJ in China.
Chapter 4 The Spirit: The Hidden Factors Influencing the REJ in China.
Chapter 5 A Bird’s-Eye View of a Selected Chinese Court’s Practice.
Chapter 6 Conclusion.