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China Releases the Catalogue of Laws Currently in Force, Totaling 288 Laws

Mon, 29 Nov 2021
Categories: China Legal Trends

The catalogue shows that there are a total of 288 laws currently in force in China.

On 26 Oct. 2021, the National People’s Congress released the catalogue of 288 laws currently in force on its website.

According to the catalogue, laws currently in force in China include 49 Constitution-related laws, 23 civil and commercial laws, 80 economic laws, 96 administrative laws, 27 social laws, one criminal law and 11 laws on lawsuit and non-lawsuit procedures.

 

 

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