Interim measures may not be available until the foreign arbitral awards/judgments are recognized, awaiting enforcement.
China Refuses to Recognize a Foreign Arbitral Award on the Grounds of Public Policy for the 2nd Time in 10 Years
On the grounds of public policy, the Tianjin Maritime Court refused to enforce an arbitral award made in London on 1st July 2018.
China's Supreme Court released its first batch of special research results on "Similar Case Retrieval and Adjudication Rules of Chinese Courts" On 27th Nov. 2019.
Some Thoughts on the Sino-Japanese Reciprocal Recognition Dilemma in Light of the Recent Developments in the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in China
China and Japan should avoid the passive ''wait-and-see'' attitude and should be prepared, in the light of the recent development in China, to be ready to take the decisive step that will end with the current stalemate.
The post introduces China's performances related to Enforcing Contracts in "Doing Business 2020" published by the World Bank Group.
China has moved up 15 places from 2018 and 47 places from 2017 respectively, according to the World Bank Group's Doing Business Rank. China's Supreme Court believes that Chinese courts have made a significant contribution to that.
The Adjudication Committee Series explains how China's Supreme court has reformed this institution step by step.
When the tribunal is uncertain about an ongoing case due to its complexity, it may request other judges within the court to hold a meeting, i.e. the Judges' Meeting, to discuss the case and provide suggestions therefor.
China's Supreme People's Court established a new procedure to avoid the inconsistency between its effective judgments in terms of the application of law.