Selected Cases from the Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China

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This volume includes guiding cases of the Supreme People’s Court, cases deliberated on by the Judicial Council/Committee of the Supreme People’s Court, and cases discussed at the Joint Meetings of Presiding Judges from the various tribunals. This book is divided into four sections, including Cases by Justices, Selected Judicial Opinion(s), “Hot Cases” and “Typical Cases”, which will introduce readers to Chinese legal processes, legal methodologies and ideology in an intuitive, clear, and accurate manner.
This volume presents cases selected by the trial departments of the Supreme People’s Court of China from their concluded cases. In order to give full weight to the legal value and social functions of cases from the Supreme People’s Court, and to achieve the goal of “serving the trial practices, serving economic and social development, serving legal education and legal scholarship, serving international legal exchanges among Chinese and foreign legal communities and serving the rule of law in China”, the China Institute of Applied Jurisprudence, with the approval of the Supreme People’s Court, opted to publish “Selected Cases from the Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China” in both Chinese and English, for domestic and overseas distribution.

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