Chinese Conflict of Laws: A Restatement and Legisprudence Proposal
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Chinese Conflict of Laws: A Restatement and Legisprudence Proposal

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A pioneering systematization of Chinese legislation, regulations, judicial instructions and directives, doctrinal materials, and selected judicial practice relating to private international law, set out in the form of a Restatement, with commentary, followed by a draft Code which distills the best of the material and makes suggestions for improvements or offers a rationale for retaining the existing rules - drawing upon leading worldwide experience and trends. Dr. Zhu offers a learned, insightful, and informed illumination of a singularly obscure and complex domain of Chinese law, offering reasoned solutions or approaches that legal practitioners, academic lawyers, and policymakers will find instructive.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 326 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 24mm | 610g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0854902473
  • 9780854902477

Table of contents

CONTENTS
Acknowledgements
Foreword
Abbreviations
INTRODUCTION

PART 1: HISTORY

1. HISTORICAL ROOTS OF CONFLICT RULES IN CHINA
2. PHILOSOPHICAL EVOLUTION OF CONFLICTS OF LAW THROUGH A WESTERN LENS

PART 2: RESTATEMENT

1. OVERVIEW
2. GENERAL PROVISIONS
3. LIMITATIONS ON APPLICATION OF FOREIGN LAW
4. HABITUAL RESIDENCE
5. CIVIL SUBJECTS
6. JURISDICTION
7. STATUS
8. INHERITANCE
9. PROPERTY
10. CONTRACT
11. AGENCY
12. TRUSTS
13. TORT
14. UNJUST ENRICHMENT AND NEGOTIORUM GESTIO
15. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
16. NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS
17. MARITIME MATTERS
18. CIVIL AIRCRAFT
19. INTER-REGIONAL CONFLICTS OF LAW
20. RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN JUDGMENTS

PART 3: LEGISPRUDENCE

1. THE RATIONAL PARADIGM OF CONFLICTS OF LAW WITH CHINESE CHARACTERISTICS
2. DRAFT CODE ON CONFLICTS OF LAW OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
3. CONCLUSION
BIBLIOGRAPHY

INDEX
SERIES LIST
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About Shaoming Zhu

Shaoming Zhu received her LL.B. from Chang'An University; her LL.M. from Beijing Normal University, and her SJD degree from the Dickinson School of Law, Pennsylvania State University
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