A collection of laws related to regulation of industry and commerce. Those with pictures have full translations, those without may still be very close.
The Henan courts have implemented a revolutionary procedural breakthrough in citizen’s lawsuits against government organs– you can sue them in a court that isn’t controlled by that government defendant. Three types of cases should be tried non-locally, and parties can always apply for non-local trial whenever they think it will difficult for them to find justice at home.
This draft, released for public comment, reflects the latest changes which might be made to the Administrative Litigation Law, the law by which Chinese citizens may sue the government for improper actions or failures to act. Take a look at what’s new in this exceedingly important document. 【The period for public comment ended January 31, 2014]