A draft regulation to protect the national memorial ceremony for Nanjing Massacre victims was submitted for deliberation at a session of the Standing Committee of the Nanjing Municipal People's Congress that opened Tuesday in east China's Jiangsu Province.
The vice-chief of China’s Ministry of Justice met with a Hong Kong delegation led by the head of its Correctional Services Department (CSD) on Aug 27 in Beijing.
People who sexually harass others through words or behavior, or by taking advantage of their positions, will face potential civil liabilities if they are sued by their victims, according to a draft of a new section of the civil code.
Chinese lawmakers Monday began the second reading of a draft decision on the Individual Income Tax Law at a bimonthly session of the top legislative body.
Chinese lawmakers on Monday began reviewing a draft law on farmland occupation taxes, as the country pushes forward law-based taxation reform.
Experts on a new panel set up to advise courts on international commerce said they expect to play a major role in helping foreign and Chinese litigants solve business disputes as well as help improve the country's judicial image.
A man in Shanghai who killed his wife and hid her body in a freezer in his home for three months was sentenced to death by the Shanghai No 2 Intermediate People’s Court on Wednesday.
The man suspected of killing four people in Shanggao county, East China's Jiangxi province, was shot dead by police when he was found and refused to surrender on Tuesday night, according to a notice from the county publicity authority.