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Chinese Private International Law

Editor(s): Xiaohong Liu, Zhengyi Zhang
Media of Chinese Private International Law
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Published: 22-04-2021
Format: PDF eBook (?)
Edition: 1st
Extent: 432
ISBN: 9781509924387
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Studies in Private International Law - Asia
RRP: £117.00
Online price : £93.60
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About Chinese Private International Law

Written with the assistance of a team of lecturers at the Shanghai University of Political Science and Law, this book is the leading reference on Chinese private international law in English. The chapters systematically cover the whole of Chinese private international law, not just questions likely to arise in commercial matters, but also in family, succession, cross-border insolvency, intellectual property, competition (antitrust), and environmental disputes. The chapters do not merely cover the traditional conflict of law areas of jurisdiction, applicable law (choice of law), and enforcement. They also look into conflict of law questions arising in arbitration and assess China's involvement in the harmonisation of private international law globally and regionally within the Belt and Road Initiative. Similarly to the Japanese and Indonesian volumes in the Series, this book presents Chinese conflict of laws through a combination of common and civil law analytical techniques and perspectives, providing readers worldwide with a more profound and comprehensive understanding of Chinese private international law.

Table Of Contents

List of Contributors
List of Abbreviations
Table of Cases
Table of Legislation

Part I -- Introduction

1. Subject Matter of Private International Law
Xiaohong Liu and Xin Cai
2. Sources of Law
Xin Cai
3. History of Private International Law
Xin Cai
4. Classification
Xin Cai
5. Preliminary Question
Xin Cai
6. Dépeçage
Xin Cai
7. Renvoi
Xin Cai
8. Point of Contact
Xin Cai
9. Ascertainment of Foreign Law
Xin Cai
10. Public Order, Mandatory Rule and Evasion of law
Xin Cai

Part II – Jurisdiction
11. Jurisdiction in personam
Jianping Shi and Zijun Zhai
12. Jurisdiction in Shipping Claims
Jianping Shi and Zijun Zhai
13. Immunities from Jurisdiction
Jianping Shi and Zijun Zhai

Part III -- Choice of Law
14. Law of Obligations
Qingkun Xu
15. Law of Property
Lin Jia, Qingxuan Wu and Zhengyi Zhang
16. Intellectual Property
Yang Cao
17. Family Law
Zhengyi Zhang and Jingning Zhang
18. Law of Corporations and Insolvency
Xiaolin Li
19. Competition Law
Maozhong Ding and Dan Wang

Part IV -- Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments
20. Recognition
Zhengyi Zhang and Zhen Zhang
21. Enforcement of Judgments
Zhengyi Zhang
22. Interregional Judicial Assistance
Jun Chen

Part V -- Arbitration
23. International Commercial Arbitration
Shuo Feng
24. Investment Treaty Arbitration
Junrong Song, Min Han

Part VI -- The Harmonisation of Private International Law
25. China's Role in the Work of International Organisations
Zhengyi Zhang and Yannan Liu
26. The Belt and Road Initiative
Zhengyi Zhang
27. The Future of Private International Law
Guojian Xu and Zhengyi Zhang

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