An Introduction to Chinese Contract Law (Student)

Author: Mimi Zou

"Written clearly and practically, Professor Mimi Zou's new textbook is sure to be the ""go-to"" book for the many people all over the world seeking to understand Chinese contract law." - Prof. Susan Finder, Distinguished Scholar in Residence, School of Transnational Law, Peking University (Shenzhen) and Founder, the Supreme People’s Court Monitor. 

"This is a very timely and valuable addition to the literature on Chinese Law of Contract. The author is to be congratulated for providing a very clear and precise introduction to this area of the law. The coverage of this book is very helpful, not just to law students but also to practitioners and investors who need a clear understanding of this important area of the Chinese Law." - Dr. William M.F. Wong, S.C. Senior Counsel, Hong Kong SAR and the British Virgin Islands, Des Voeux Chambers, Hong Kong.

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Publisher: LexisNexis
HK$ 300.00
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ISBN/ISSN: 9789888476466
Publisher: LexisNexis

Product description

Understanding the key concepts, rules, processes, and practice of Chinese contract law is essential to a wide range of business and commercial activities within and beyond the PRC. The broad aims of this book are to help students and practitioners from jurisdictions outside the PRC develop working knowledge of the general rights and obligations of parties to a contract governed by PRC law and understand the fundamental principles and rules in Chinese contract law for undertaking relevant and informed analysis of practical legal problems facing clients. The book offers students and practitioners the most up-to-date reference on the main legislative instruments and judicial interpretations that make up the general law of contract in the PRC. In addition, the author has carefully selected around 40 published cases in recent years, mainly from the Supreme People’s Court and higher-level people’s courts (including guiding cases and model/typical cases), to illustrate judicial application of key principles and rules of Chinese contract law in a variety of disputes.

 

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