It will impede the enforcement of this judgment in China, says the Ministry of Justice (MOJ). And the MOJ is not bluffing.
As of 2021, Chinese courts have granted 10,917 PPOs. When faced with this new tool against domestic violence, courts are learning how to use PPO best while preventing and solving concurrent problems.
Just before Limitation Period Expires: Australian Court Recognizes Chinese Judgment for the Fifth Time
In 2022, the New South Wales Supreme Court of Australia ruled to enforce a judgment of a Shanghai local court, just before the 12-year limitation period expires. It marks the fifth time that an Australian court has recognized and enforced Chinese monetary judgments (Tianjin Yingtong Materials Co. Ltd. v Young  NSWSC 943).
Most Chinese lawyers, especially litigators, traditionally only practice law locally. Online litigation, which has developed rapidly in China within the past five years, offers lawyers the opportunity to practice law remotely at a lower cost.
What is the best way in online litigation and digital justice? Centralized or Decentralized? Chinese courts keep exploring the best solutions in different fields.
China’s Supreme People’s Court elaborated on how Chinese courts apply the New York Convention when handling cases involving the recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards, in a conference summary issued in December 2021.
Very unlikely. This is because the new policy on recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments issued by China’s Supreme People’s Court (SPC), which has been implemented since 2022, will discourage local courts from doing so.
In 2021, Xiamen Maritime Court ruled, based on the principle of reciprocity, to recognize the order of the High Court of Singapore, which designated an insolvency officeholder. The trial Judge shares his view on reciprocity review in applications for recognition of foreign bankruptcy judgments.
A study on how the CISG is applied by CIETAC sheds light on the ins and outs of its application in arbitration in China.