Chinese Law Prof Blog

Editor: Donald C. Clarke
George Washington University Law School

Thursday, June 14, 2007

Guangdong court decides contract case under Hong Kong law

Here's an interesting piece of news: the Intermediate Court of Zhongshan City (中山市) in Guangdong Province recently decided a contract dispute according to Hong Kong law. The report states that this seems to be the first case Chinese courts have decided under Hong Kong law (I don't know how people can really know these things); there is no claim that it's the first case to apply non-PRC law. If anyone knows of such cases and can add a link, please do so in the comments. (Please note that comments, once submitted, don't show up until I approve them; this is an anti-spam measure. You won't see your comment right away, but that doesn't mean you haven't submitted it properly.)

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