Rule of law in China and comparative perspectives.
"As a result of resumption of sovereignty over Hong Kong and Macao as well as the uncertain relationship between the Mainland and Taiwan, China has become a country composed of peculiar political compounds, resulting in four independent jurisdictions. This makes inter-regional legal cooperation a complicated yet compelling topic. Divided into five parts, this book considers possible solutions to problems in China's inter-regional cross-border insolvency cooperation. These solutions are developed on the basis of two groups of comparative studies, including comparison among the cross-border insolvency systems of the four independent jurisdictions in China and comparison between EU Insolvency Regulation and the UNCITRAL Model Law. The author discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the two systems and presents original recommendations for the way forward. The book will be a valuable resource for academics and policy makers in insolvency law, Asian law and comparative law."--Provided by publisher.
Formatted Contents Note
chapter 1 Introduction chapter 2 China's special political regime and current regional cross- border legal cooperation chapter 3 Diverse cross- border insolvency systems among the four regions chapter 4 Regulation versus model law: a comparative review on key aspects chapter 5 Solutions tailored to a Chinese context: a balanced way.