China’s Supreme People’s Court just released four more Guiding Cases:
- Guiding Case No. 23 (from Jiangsu): A Sale and Purchase Contract Dispute
- Guiding Case No. 24 (from Jiangsu): A Motor Vehicle Traffic Accident Liability Dispute
- Guiding Case No. 25 (from Beijing): A Dispute about Insurers’ Right of Subrogation
- Guiding Case No. 26 (from Guangdong): An Open Government Information Case
This is different from the regular pattern of release (see below). The CGCP team is working arduously to provide timely translations!
Number of Guiding Cases Issued in Each Quarter:
Also, in a recent interview by the Reuters, CGCP Director, Dr. Mei Gechlik, commented on “arbitration courts” set up in Shanghai and Qianhai Free Trade Zones.
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