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Cross-Strait, Four-Region Law Developments in Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, and Macau Volume Two 2006

Cross-Strait, Four-Region Law Developments in Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, and Macau Volume Two 2006

Editor-in-Chief:Dennis T. C. Tang, Peng-Hsiang Wang
Publication Date:2007-08

Table of Contents

A Brief Introduction to the Civil Procedure of Macau
by Man Chong FongPage:43-110
Comment: Coveting the Fish by the Pond without Being Able to Weave the Fishnet
by Yanyou YiPage:427-437

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Preface
by Dennis Te-Chung TangPage:i-ix

Part III Civil Procedure

Recent Developments of Civil Procedure Law in Hong Kong
by Xianchu ZhangPage:3-38
Comment: A Preliminary Comparison of Civil Procedure Reforms in Taiwan and Hong Kong
by Shu-huan ShyuuPage:39-41
Comment
by Hanchang LeePage:111-119
New Developments of Civil Procedure Law in TaiwanA Review of the Path of Theoretical Breakthrough as well as Legislative Reform
by Kuo-chang HuangPage:121-160
Comment
by Yaxin WangPage:161-167
The Evolution and Reform of Civil Procedure in Mainland China and the Revisions of its Civil Procedure Law
by Weiping ZhangPage:169-199
The Past, Present and Future of Civil Procedure in Mainland China
by Hui XuPage:201-229
Comment
by Shyh-ming ChiangPage:231-236

Part IV Criminal Procedure

The Criminal Procedure Law of Mainland ChinaPast, Present and Future
by Qiuhong XiongPage:239-273
Heritage and DevelopmentThe History, the Current Status and the Evolution of the Criminal Justice System in Mainland China
by Jie Cai & Wei XiaoPage:275-306
Comment: The Ideas and Practices of Criminal Procedure Law
by Lai-jier HerPage:307-312
The Criminal Justice System of Hong KongJurisdiction, Procedure and Principles
by Pui-yin LoPage:313-366
Comment: Reflecting Devotedly on the Case of Hong Kong
by Jianwei ZhangPage:367-379
The Separation of Powers of Adjudication and Prosecution, and the ex officio Investigation Power of Judges in the Criminal Procedure of Macau
by Kin Hong LaiPage:381-389
Comment
by Jau-yih HwangPage:391-399
Significant Reformation of Criminal Procedure Law in Taiwan
by Jaw-perng WangPage:401-426
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