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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Opinions of the Supreme People's Court

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ISBN13: 9780421588004
ISBN: 0421588004
Published: May 1997
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



This text provides practitioners with a practical guide to judicial systems in the PRC. The author examines the role of the judiciary in the Chinese legal system, through Opinions published in the official publication of the Supreme People's Court (SPC): the Gazette. This title examines the role of the SPC in interpreting and implementing the legislation of the PRC and highlights the importance of the Gazette. As a guide to judicial interpretation it will be invaluable for practitioners who need to understand legislative and judicial processes in the PRC. Discussion of the rule of law and the principles of an independent administration is also included.

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Contents:
The size and authority of the Supreme People's Court (SPC). The structure and contents of the Gazette. The collective decision making system. The SPC's role in the political system. The legislative power of the SPC in relation to the NPC. The SPC's role in providing 'guidance' to lower courts. The future of the rule of law in China.