China: Resolving disputes
A cautious welcome for the 'arrangement' providing for more cooperation between China and Hong Kong
This summer, the Hong Kong Department of Justice and the Supreme People ‘s Court (SPC) signed an ‘arrangement’ (a kind of internal treaty under Chinese constitutional law) providing for the reciprocal enforcement of certain judgments between Hong Kong and mainland China. Implementing materials have not been published at the time of writing, but it is expected that the arrangement will be brought into force some time in 2007.
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