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Renmin Chinese Law Review

Selected Papers of The Jurist (法学家), Volume 3 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 3 is the third 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. This book reflects the study of Chinese law and the reality of Chinese legality and society. Chapters address the developments of the Committee of Politics and Law of CPC, the new challenges China faces in anti-terrorism, the emerging P2P lending in China and the legislation of virtual property inheritance.
Extent: 392 pp
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Publication Date: 2015
ISBN: 978 1 78471 580 9
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  • Asian Studies
  • Asian Law
  • Law - Academic
  • Asian Law
Renmin Chinese Law Review, Volume 3 is the third 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.

This book reflects the study of Chinese law and the reality of Chinese legality and society. Chapters address the developments of the Committee of Politics and Law of the CPC, the new challenges China faces in anti-terrorism, the emerging P2P lending in China and the legislation of virtual property inheritance.

This discerning and comprehensive study will appeal to scholars of Chinese law, society and politics, and members of diplomatic communities as well as legal and governmental professionals interested in China.
‘It seems obvious to us that this particular volume, as well as other volumes in this series, comprise a valuable find for lawyers, scholars and policy makers everywhere, who wishing to enhance their understanding of Chinese law as well as evolving social and political attitudes in China.’
– Phillip and Elizabeth Taylor, The Barrister Magazine
Contributors: Z. Cheng, H. Deming, Y. Dengfeng, W. Dezhi, L. Dong, W. Guangrong, Y. Haifang, T. Hongjie, X. Jianguo, Z. Jianwei, T. Jieyin, W. Jun, X. Ke, S. Lihong, L. Renwen, M. Xiaying, S. Yahui, P. Yue, C. Yutong, L. Zhong
Contents:

1. The Shaping of the Thought of the Party Governing Politics and Law in Organizational History (1949-1958)
Liu Zhong

2. The True Meaning of “Information-in-Process”: Based on a Series of Cases in Shanghai
Yang Dengfeng

3. Principle or Exception: Rethinking Economic Substance as a General Principle to Tax Financial Transactions
Tang Jieyin

4. Study on P2P Lending Regulation
Yao Haifang, Peng Yue, Xiao Jianguo, Liu Dong and Zuo Jianwei

5. A Description and Analysis of Chinese Anti-terrorism Criminal Legislation
Liu Renwen

6. The Legal Attributes and Liability of Administrative Crimes Including Reconstruction of the Mechanism of Criminalization
Tian Hongjie

7. Research on Criminal Omission in Joint Offenses
Sun Lihong

8. Must the Judgment of Illegality Be Conducted Unitarily? From the Perspective of the Entity Relationship between the Criminal Law and the Civil Law
Wang Jun

9. On the Law and Trust in Doctor-patient Disputes
Wu Dezhi

10. The Theory of and Legislation Regarding Virtual Property Inheritance
Mei Xiaying and Xu Ke

11. Research on the Duty of Examination of Adwords in the Pay-Per-Click Service
Song Yahui and Chen Yutong

12. Impact of Administrative Approval on Validity of Contract: Theory and Practice
Wu Guangrong

13. On Issues of Delimiting Outer Continental Shelves Beyond 200 Nautical Miles in the Arctic Seas and Construction of the Arctic Regional Legal System
Huang Deming and Zhang Cheng

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