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Article 4 If there are mandatory provisions on foreign-related civil relations in the laws of the People's Republic of China, these mandatory provisions shall directly apply
Chapter I General Provisions. Article 4 If there are mandatory provisions on foreign-related civil relations in the laws of the People's Republic of China, these mandatory provisions shall directly apply. Article 5 If the application of foreign laws will damage the social public interests of the People's Republic of China, the laws of the People's Republic of China shall apply.
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Law of the People's Republic of China, officially referred to as the Socialist legal system with Chinese characteristics, is the legal regime of China, with the separate legal traditions and systems of Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau. During the Maoist period (1949 - 1978), the government had a hostile attitude towards a formalized legal system, because Mao and the CCP "saw the law as creating constraints upon their power
Commercial law legislation in Mainland China only became possible when China started to move from a.This chapter delves into civil law within the People’s Republic of China.
Commercial law legislation in Mainland China only became possible when China started to move from a planned-economy to a market-oriented economy; moreover, commercial law legislation has been part of the economic reform in Mainland China. In addition to the general principles of Chinese law, contract law, property law, tort law, intellectual property and commercial law are covered. Key aspects of civil procedure are introduced and explained. The chapter concludes with representative cases selected by the Supreme People’s Court as decisions that create.
Jerome Cohen, Director US-Asia Law Institute, Professor of Law, New York University.
Jerome Cohen, Director US-Asia Law Institute, Professor of Law, New York University a profoundly important book. If you want to understand China beneath the dollar signs and infrastructure projects, read this book. With more oppression to be legalized in the coming months, the book is a wake-up call the domestic and international public desperately needs. 4 people found this helpful.
Of the peoples republic of china . 0 I. 0 II. PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW IN I. Introduction . 0 ANCIENT CHINA . 4 I. Jurisdiction and judicial cooperation . 4 II. International trade and globalization spur transform- ations in almost every area of Chinese law, including private international law.
China, officially the People's Republic of China (PRC), is a sovereign state in East Asia. It is the world's most populous country, with a population of over . 5 billion. China covering approximately . million square kilometersis and is world's second-largest country by land area (after Russia). It exercises jurisdiction over 22 provinces, five autonomous regions, four direct-controlled municipalities (Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai and Chongqing), and two mostly self-governing special administrative regions (Hong Kong and Macau); while claiming sovereignty over Taiwan
Article 18: The employees of a company shall organize a labor union and conduct labor union activities in accordance with the Labor Union Law of the People's Republic of China to protect the lawful rights and interests of the employees.
Article 18: The employees of a company shall organize a labor union and conduct labor union activities in accordance with the Labor Union Law of the People's Republic of China to protect the lawful rights and interests of the employees. The company shall provide its labor union with conditions necessary for conducting its activities.