• SPC adopts amended judicial interpretation of Civil Procedure Law


    The Decision on Amending the Interpretation of the Supreme People's Court (SPC) on the Application of the Civil Procedure Law of the People's Republic of China was adopted by the SPC's Judicial Committee at its No 1866 plenary meeting on March 22. It will come into force as of April 10.

  • Top court details 10 major cases of seed fraud


    China's top court pledged to strengthen intellectual property protection in the seed industry and associated sectors to ensure food safety and promote innovation.

  • SPC, MVA aim to improve judicial services for veterans


    The Supreme People's Court (SPC) and the Ministry of Veterans Affairs (MVA) have jointly issued a guideline on providing better judicial services for veterans to meet their needs of diversified dispute resolution.

  • NPC committee inspects online system for judgment execution at SPC


    A team led by Xu Shaoshi, a member of the Standing Committee of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) and chairman of the NPC’s Financial and Economic Affairs Committee, surveyed the building and operation of an online query and control system for judgment executions and held a seminar on the revision of the Enterprise Bankruptcy Law during a visit to the Supreme People's Court (SPC) on March 24.

  • Top court updates rules on administrative compensation


    China's Supreme People's Court on Monday issued a set of new clarifications on the rules of handling administrative compensation cases.

  • Court orders help protect victims of domestic violence


    While suing for divorce earlier this year, a woman surnamed Zheng in Rizhao, Shandong province, also applied to a local court for a personal safety protection order, saying she could not bear her husband's harassment and threats.

  • SPC releases typical cases on agricultural counterfeits


    As farmers across the country started spring farming, the Supreme People's Court (SPC) released three typical cases on agricultural counterfeits on March 18 in a bid to better protect farmers’ rights and interests, as well as national food security.

  • Beijing court to focus on elder fraud


    Beijing No 1 Intermediate People's Court pledged to strengthen the fight against fraud, especially cases involving the elderly, after the rapid growth in cases over the last five years.