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What Are the Main Laws in China? - China Law in One Minute

Wed, 18 Nov 2020
Editor: C. J. Observer

What Are the Main Laws in China? - China Law in One Minute

 

There are more than 200 Chinese laws, and the main ones include:

Constitution;

Civil Code;

Criminal Law;

Company Law;

Securities Law;

Trademark Law;

Patent Law;

Copyright Law;

Civil Procedure Law;

Criminal Procedure Law;

Administrative Procedure Law;

Election Law on the National People's Congress and Local People's Congress;

Legislation Law.

For full texts of Chinese laws, please click the List of China's Laws.

China’s laws and regulations can be divided into four levels in terms of effectiveness in a descending hierarchy: (1) The Constitution; (2) Laws; (3) Administrative regulations, judicial interpretation, military regulations; (4) Local laws and regulations, departmental regulations.(See What's Chinese Legal System? )

In addition to a constitution and more than 200 laws, there are thousands of administrative regulations, judicial interpretation, military regulations, local laws, local regulations, and departmental regulations.

 

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For more interesting posts about Chinese Law, please check China Law in One Minute.

 

Contributors: CJO Staff Contributors Team

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