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Renmin Chinese Law Review

Selected Papers of The Jurist (法学家), Volume 5 Edited by Jichun Shi, Editor in Chief, The Jurist and Professor of Law, Renmin University of China Law School, China
Renmin Chinese Law Review, Volume 5 is the fifth work in a series of annual volumes on contemporary Chinese law which bring together the work of recognized scholars from China, offering a window on current legal research in China.
Extent: 352 pp
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Publication Date: 2017
ISBN: 978 1 78811 049 5
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  • Asian Studies
  • Asian Law
  • Law - Academic
  • Asian Law
Renmin Chinese Law Review, Volume 5 is the fifth work in a series of annual volumes on contemporary Chinese law which bring together the work of recognized scholars from China, offering a window on current legal research in China.

Volume 5 gives detailed discussion and analysis on significant topical subjects such as regulation, public governance, fair trade practice and extra territoriality. Eminent contributors also address the areas of trademarks and patenting, urban planning, life insurance and criminal law.

With an ever-increasing global interest in China’s legal approach, this extensive and diverse work will appeal to scholars and professionals of Chinese law, society and politics, as well as members of diplomatic communities with an interest in Chinese law.
Contributors: F. Changjun, W. Fang, Y. Haichun, F. Hui, X. Jun, L. Lei, H. Peng, D. Qiangqiang, Q. Tonghui, L. Yang, Q. Zhanwen, W. Zhiyuan and H. Zhongshun







Contents:

1. The Contractual Status in Context of the Rule of Law in China: from Rational Regulation to Virtue Recognition
QI Tonghui

2. Legal Methods, Legal Certainty and the Rule of Law
Lei Lei

3. Populism Tendency in Public Governance and its Legal Resolutions – on the example of conflicts by the PX programs
Feng Hui

4. The Hermeneutic Circle between Constitutional and Criminal Norms: The Conceptual Integration between Robbery Accompanied with Housebreaking in Criminal Law and the Right to Freedom in the Home in Constitutional Law
Du Qiangqiang

5. Between ‘Public Interest’ and ‘Private Right’: Rethinking Criminal Illegality Cognition Theory
Wang Zhiyuan

6. The Classical Cases of Necessity and the Difficult Problems of the Law
He Peng

7. System on Air Space Utilization within Urban Planning Law
Xiao Jun

8. Trade practice and unfair competition
Fan Changjun

9. Suggestive construction on China’s use requirements for exercise of rights on registered trademarks – based on the
corresponding legislations of the EU and its main Member States
Wang Fang

10. Self-replicating Technology and the Application of Patent Exhaustion: Focusing on Genetically Modified Seeds
Que Zhanwen

11. An Investigation into the Validity of the Life Insurance Contract without the Consent of the Insurant
Yu Haichun

12. On the Combination of Public Interest Litigation and Private Interest Litigation and the Establishment of Group Litigation with Chinese Characteristics
Huang Zhongshun

13. United States Court for China: An Alternative Mode of Extraterritoriality
Li Yang

Index