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What exactly is a lawyer and what is required to practice law?

2015-06-03

The provisions of Article 5 of the Lawyers Law state that there are two conditions for practicing law: qualification as a lawyer and a lawyer's certificate.

What can a lawyer do?

2015-06-03

The provisions of Article 25 of the Lawyers Law state that a lawyer can engage in the following.

What are a practicing lawyer’s obligations?

2015-06-03

A lawyer involved in litigation may collect and consult materials pertaining to the case he is handling, and correspond and meet with a person with restricted movement.

Lawyers are not allowed to do the following in their practice:

2015-06-03

No accepting authorization privately, levy fees on a client privately, or accept money or things of value from the client.

Under what circumstances can a person apply for legal aid?

2015-06-03

Legal aid refers to the judicial relief system whereby a person in need of legal assistance but unable to pay for it can apply for a reduction or exemption in a lawyer’s fees to protect his or her lawful rights.

To engage a lawyer as an agent, what can a person do?

2015-06-03

There are two ways that a lawyer can act on one’s behalf – as a general agent, and as a special agent.

History of China’s notary system

2015-06-03

And with the development of the economy and greater soundness and perfection of the socialist legal system since the restoration of the notary system in the 1980s, more notaries have developed and their functions carried out proficiently.

What notarization means

2015-06-03

Notarization is a legal system, whereby a non-litigious activity is conducted by notaries especially established by the state, in response to an application of a particular party, to prove the legality of documents and related facts.

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