A website introducing how Chinese courts urge defaulters to comply with rulings was open to the public on Friday.
Residents can read the latest news about ruling implementations from Chinese courts, search influential verdict enforcement cases, and understand related laws and policies on the website of jszx.court.gov.cn, according to a statement from the Supreme People's Court.
Meanwhile, various authorized figures relating to ruling enforcement have also been shared with the public on the website, such as how many defaulters are barred from buying tickets for flights and high-speed trains and how many verdicts are implemented in courts around the country, it said.
"The website will help people immediately know the news on court ruling enforcement, as well as contribute to urging courts at each level to improve work efficiency and alerting defaulters to comply with verdicts as quickly as they can," said Lin Wenxue, the national top court's spokesman.
He added that livestreams on how court rulings are implemented and reports on how the implementations are qualified will be online soon.
The problem of defendants failing to comply with court rulings was often complained about in public until 2015, when the top court vowed to fight defaulters and take a series of measures against them.
For example, people who do not carry out verdicts will be prohibited from buying airline or high-speed rail tickets and also face restrictions in purchases of luxury goods.
As of March 29, the top court has stopped 10.15 million flight trips and 3.91 million rail trips, including on high-speed railways. About 2.22 million defaulters have complied with rulings due to the inconvenience.