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 issued a guideline on Aug 9 to clarify and regulate death sentence review and execution procedures to better protect the rights and interests of people on death row.
Chinese courts have seen a rapid growth in cases in the first six months of this year and the legal process and rulings in most disputes could be followed online, China's top court said.
The Supreme People's Court (SPC) has asked for improved litigation services by developing easier ways to file cases and solve disputes, according to a guideline issued by the SPC on Aug 1.
Beijing No 1 Intermediate People's Court has set up judicial education bases in three schools on Thursday to strengthen protection for juveniles.
Around 1.08 million first-instance court cases on the environment and resources have been registered in China in the five-year period.