Improving the judicial accountability system, one of the most important measures in Chinese judicial reform, is supposed to hold judges accountable for life for cases they handle and to effectively discipline judges for misconduct. Prior to this, Chinese judges were never subject to such strict requirements.
China’s Supreme People’s Court (SPC) tries to empower judges to exercise adjudicative power independently while taking more measures to supervise the trial work.
Compared with their counterparts in other countries, the court presidents in China play a far more complicated role. They have to act as excellent administrators and politicians before acting as legal experts.
Do you wonder what a Chinese court is like? How is a trial proceeding in a Chinese court? Now you are able to watch the live broadcast of the court trial online.
In China, Courts are in charge of enforcing effective legal instruments, such as judgments/rulings in civil cases and arbitral awards. Within the Court, an enforcement department is responsible for organizing and handling enforcement work.
If a judgment debtor refuses to fulfill the obligations specified in a legal document, a Chinese court may take the following fourteen (14) execution measures.