China has released a guideline to tackle difficulties in enforcing court orders, according to an office of law-based governance Thursday.
More than 6,600 lawsuits involving over 110 billion yuan ($15.59 billion) have been received by the Shanghai Financial Court, the first in the country to exclusively handle financial cases, since its establishment a year ago.
China's maritime courts are striving to launch a cross-regional case-filing service.
The Supreme People's Court (SPC) is considering the formulation of a list to specify the judicial powers and responsibilities of both presiding and other judges.
The Supreme People's Court and the Department of Justice of Hong Kong Special Administration Region expect to further joint judicial work to provide better legal services for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.
More than 14.5 million people had been placed on a credit blacklist for defaulting on their court orders as of July 9.
China will grant nine categories of prisoners special pardons to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the New China.
Two judicial documents on how to handle securities-related crimes will take effect on July 1 to better protect the legitimate rights of investors and ensure a healthy market.