The number of tribunals set up to handle bankruptcy cases in China has soared in the past two years, according to the Supreme People's Court.
Judges have urged the Beijing city government to increase supervision of property managers at office blocks and residential communities to reduce conflicts with tenants.
Courts have seen higher efficiency in handling a rapidly increasing number of cases in the first six months this year, thanks to ongoing judicial reforms, China's top court said on Monday.
The government of Southern China’s Hunan province has taken the lead in outsourcing various forms of community correctional services.
China's top court on Thursday issued a judicial interpretation requiring local courts to accept public interest lawsuits against mining practices that have caused environmental damage.
Wang Min, former Communist Party of China (CPC) chief of northeast China's Liaoning Province and senior national legislator, stood trial for bribery, corruption and negligence of duty Friday.
The ringleader of a telecom fraud gang blamed in the death of a promising young student in East China has been sentenced to life in prison.