View other handbooks in this "Where in Asia" series
or buy the Asian Principles for the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments
View the full collection of our titles at here
. Contact email@example.com for other payment options.Quantitative Analysis of the Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in China
Author: Asian Business Law Institute (December 2020)
This quantitative analysis is based on the List of China’s Cases on Recognition of Foreign Judgments” (List) that the China Justice Observer (CJO), a website sponsored by the Academy of Comprehensive Rule of Law at China University of Political Science and Law, has been maintaining since 16 July 2019, focusing specifically on applications to recognise and enforce foreign judgments in China identified on CJO’s List.
Our five key insights
will tell you:
- Almost X in every five number of applications to enforce foreign judgments in China fail.
- X in every ten number of applications brought under China’s Civil Procedure Law fail.
- Almost X in every ten applications brought under a bilateral agreement succeed.
- For every ten applications brought under China’s Civil Procedure Law, X number fail for want of reciprocity.
- X per cent of all applications fail for procedural errors