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China"s legal system

Du, Xichuan.

China"s legal system

a general survey

by Du, Xichuan.

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Published by New World Press in Beijing, China .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China.
    • Subjects:
    • Law -- China.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Other titlesZhonguo fa lu zhi du gai shu
      StatementDu Xichuan, Zhang Lingyuan.
      ContributionsZhang, Lingyuan.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKNQ68 .T8 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination243 p. ;
      Number of Pages243
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1606960M
      ISBN 107800050874
      LC Control Number91144936

      It surveys the history of this legal system, discusses the role of contemporary Chinese law in promoting political stability, economic prosperity and social development, and also looks at China’s participation in the international legal order. The book is an impressive testimony to current Chinese legal developments as 'a work in progress. China’s three decades-long legal reform program and progress towards “rule of law” in the People’s Republic of China in all areas of the domestic legal system. Recently I have spent a significant amount of time studying Chinese People’s Court judicial opinions in .

      Inside China's Legal System provides readers with a comprehensive look at the system including how it works in practice, theoretical and historical underpinnings, and how it might evolve. The first section of the book explains the Communist Party's utilitarian approach to . Chinese Legal System: The Present/Modern China In the early part of the twentieth century efforts to modernize the legal system of China were instituted by the Qing Empire. It had become shockingly apparent that some parts of the legal system, such as the harshness of criminal procedure, and the lack of commercial law made China's law practices.

        The legal system of imperial China developed from two schools of thought: Confucianism and gh both of them exerted a deep influence on China’s state-building as well as on its moral and legal traditions, at the beginning these two philosophies were bitterly opposed to each other, as they were based on entirely different principles (see: Xin . As the rule of law expands, law firms are playing an increasingly important rule in assisting people and businesses comply with legal requirements. Since the establishment of China's current legal system in , the Chinese bar exam has been instrumental in increasing the quality of China's lawyers.


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