In June 2020, China's Supreme Court issued the third COVID-19-related judicial document, addressing limitation period, force majeure as well as the trial of maritime cases and letter of credit cases.
China adheres to the doctrine of absolute immunity.
After a two-month fight against the coronavirus, 'it's time to amend the laws', says China's legislature, as it decides to impose a total ban on eating wildlife.
Chinese judges, litigants, and lawyers have to participate in the case trial through online video at their homes, due to quarantine measures to curb the spread of COVID-19.
'Yes' to the force majeure question, as Chinese courts would say in disputes arising from contractual performance affected by COVID-19-related control measures.