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By Meng Yu &  Guodong Du  A court in Liaoning Province, China, rendered a ruling on 1 September 2017 recognizing and enforcing a French judgment of the Paris Commercial Court.  1. Overview On 1 September 2017, the Fushun Intermediate People’s Court of Liaoning Province (the “Fushun Court”) rendered a civil ruling “[2016] Liao 04 Xie Wai Ren No. 6” ([2016] 辽04协外认6号) recognizing and enforcing the judgment (RG No.: 2015058668) rendered on 9 February 2016…
By Meng Yu &  Guodong Du  A court in Zhejiang Province, China, rendered a ruling on 1 December 2017 recognizing and enforcing a French judgment of Bobigny Commercial Court. The issue in this case is whether the French Court has jurisdiction over the dispute. 1. Overview On 1 December 2017, the Jinhua Intermediate People’s Court of Zhejiang Province (the “Jinhua Court”) rendered a civil ruling “[2016] Zhe 07 Xie Wai Ren No. 1” ([2016]…
By Meng Yu &  Guodong Du  A court in Inner Mongolia, China, rendered a ruling on 18 December 2018, recognizing and enforcing the judgment of a Russian court. We have noticed that the amount of application fee charged by the Chinese court in this case is different from that of similar cases in the past. At the end of this post, we will introduce how Chinese courts calculate and collect application fee in cases…
By Meng Yu &  Guodong Du  In 2018, Chinese courts have heard a total of 25 cases in relation to recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards. I. Annual Review Results for recognition and enforcement of these arbitral awards are as below: 14 arbitral awards were recognized and enforced; 1 arbitral award was refused to be recognized and enforced; 1 case where the application for recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards was dismissed; 8…
By Meng Yu &  Guodong Du  Last updated: March 14, 2019 We are endeavoring to collect all Chinese court decisions involving the recognition and enforcement of the London Court ofInternational Arbitration (LCIA) arbitral awards. The Case List is made available for our readers to get a glimpse of the role of Chinese courts in international arbitration.   The Case List is continually updated with new reports. To date, we have collected 3 cases. Result:  “Yes” – a Chinese court ruling is…
By Meng Yu &  Guodong Du  Last updated: March 14, 2019 We are endeavoring to collect all Chinese court decisions involving the recognition and enforcement of the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation (ICAC, Международный коммерческий арбитражный суд) arbitral awards. The Case List is made available for our readers to get a glimpse of the role of Chinese courts in international arbitration.   The Case List is continually updated with…
KCAB By Meng Yu &  Guodong Du  Last updated: March 14, 2019 We are endeavoring to collect all Chinese court decisions involving the recognition and enforcement of the Korean CommercialArbitration Board (KCAB, 대한상사중재원) arbitral awards. The Case List is made available for our readers to get a glimpse of the role of Chinese courts in international arbitration.   The Case List is continually updated with new reports. To date, we have collected 5 cases. Result:  “Yes” – a Chinese court ruling…
By Meng Yu &  Guodong Du  Last updated: March 14, 2019 We are endeavoring to collect all Chinese court decisions involving the recognition and enforcement of the Japan Commercial Arbitration Association (JCAA, ⼀般社団法⼈⽇本商事仲裁協会) arbitral awards. The Case List is made available for our readers to get a glimpse of the role of Chinese courts in international arbitration.   The Case List is continually updated with new reports. To date, we have collected 4 cases. Result:  “Yes” – a Chinese…
By Meng Yu &  Guodong Du  Last updated: March 14, 2019 We are endeavoring to collect all Chinese court decisions involving the recognition and enforcement of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) arbitral awards. The Case List is made available for our readers to get a glimpse of the role of Chinese courts in international arbitration.   The Case List is continually updated with new reports. To date, we have collected 2 cases. Result:  “Yes”…
By Meng Yu &  Guodong Du  In China, service of process not only occupies a significant number of resources of the courts, but also delays the progress in case hearing. Why have Chinese courts been perplexed by the dilemma of service of process in civil cases for a long time? The investigation conducted by Shandong High People’s Court in 2016 may help us find out what happened.[1] In 2016, Shandong High People’s Court investigated…