Category: Law of China

Chinese Regulations on Spoken and Written Language for Xinjiang Uygur Region-1993

In order to promote the development and prosperity of the spoken and written languages ​​of all ethnic groups and improve the scientific and cultural level of the people of all ethnic groups, in accordance with the “Law of the People’s Republic of China on Regional Autonomy of Ethnic Groups”, “The Law of the People’s Republic of China on Common Languages ​​and Characters” and other relevant laws and regulations

Civil Law of the People’s Republic of China-1986

This Law is formulated in accordance with the Constitution and the actual situation in our country, drawing upon our practical experience in civil activities, for the purpose of protecting the lawful civil rights and interests of citizens and legal persons and correctly adjusting civil relations, so as to meet the needs of the developing socialist modernization.

Prison Law of the People’s Republic of China-2012

This Law is formulated in accordance with the Constitution for the purpose of correctly executing criminal punishments, punishing and reforming prisoners, preventing and reducing crimes.  A prison is an organ of the State for executing criminal punishments. Criminal punishments of prisoners sentenced to death with a two-year suspension of execution, life imprisonment, or fixed-term imprisonment shall be executed in prisons under the Criminal Law and the Criminal Procedure Law. A prison shall, with regard to prisoners, implement the principle of combining punishment with reform and combining education with labor, in order to transform them into law-abiding citizens.

CONTRACT LAW OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA-1999

This Law is enacted for the purpose of protecting the legitimate rights and interests of the parties to contracts, maintaining the socio-economic order and promoting the socialist modernization- For the purpose of this Law, a contract means an agreement on the establishment, alteration or termination of a civil right-obligation relationship between natural persons, legal persons or other organizations as subjects with equal status.

Judges Law of the People’s Republic of China

Have an undergraduate degree in law from an ordinary college and have received the rank of bachelor or higher; or have an undergraduate degree or above from a full-time ordinary college in a subject other than law, and have received master’s degree in law or jurisprudence; or have an undergraduate degree or above from a full-time ordinary college, have received the corresponding degree, and have specialized legal professional knowledge;

Hong Kong National Security Law-People’s Republic of China

This Law is enacted, in accordance with the Constitution of the People’s Republic of China, the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, and the Decision of the National People’s Congress on Establishing and Improving the Legal System and Enforcement Mechanisms for Safeguarding National Security in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region,

General Provisions of the Civil Law: China 

This Law is formulated in accordance with the Constitution of the People’s Republic of China for the purposes of protecting the legitimate rights and interests of the persons of the civil law, properly regulating civil relations and maintaining social and economic order, adapting to the need of developing socialism with Chinese characteristics and carrying forward the core socialist values.

Criminal Procedure Law: People’s Republic of China

The aim of the Criminal Procedure Law of the People’s Republic of China is: to ensure accurate and timely ascertainment of facts about crimes, correct application of law, punishment of criminals and protection of the innocent against being investigated for criminal responsibility; to enhance the citizens’ awareness of the need to abide by law and to fight vigorously against criminal acts in order to safeguard the socialist legal system, to protect the citizens’ personal rights; their property rights, democratic rights and other rights; and to guarantee smooth progress of the cause of socialist development.

The Chinese Law Handbook

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