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

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

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

Table of Contents

[Table of Contents]

Preface

Part I Constitutional Review

The Constitutional Review in the Republic of ChinaPast and Future
by Hsin-hua WuPage:3-39
Comment
by Zhenmin WangPage:41-44
From Constitution to ConstitutionalismThe Past, the Present and the Future of the Constitutional Review in Mainland China
by Qianfan Zhang & Yue HuangPage:45-79
Historical Change, Existing Problems and Future Development of the Constitutional Review in the People's Republic of China
by Jihong MoPage:81-130
Comment: On the Feasible Ways to Founding Constitutional Review in Mainland China
by Dennis Te-Chung TangPage:131-141
The Constitutional Review in Hong Kong
by Benny Yiu-ting Tai & Xiaonan YangPage:143-185
Comment: The Constitutional Review in Light of “One Country, Two Systems”
by Shu-perng HwangPage:187-190
The Judicial Review in the Legal System of Macau
by Weijian LuoPage:191-203
Comment
by Songshan LiuPage:205-211

Part II Administrative Litigatio

The Regulation and Limitation of the Basic Law of Macau on the Jurisdiction of the Macau Special Administrative Region
by Yu Wang
Comment
by Lihong LinPage:255-257
The History, Development and Contemporary Issues of the Administrative Litigation Law in Taiwan
by Chien-liang LeePage:259-323
Comment: Reflection on the Improvement of the Administrative Law System in Mainland China
by Zhongle ZhanPage:325-336
The History, the Current Status and the Future Development of the Institution of Administrative Litigation in the People’s Republic of China
by Heng LiuPage:337-348
The History, the Current Status and the Future Development of the Institution of Administrative Litigation in Mainland China
by Fujun ShenPage:349-388
Comment
by Shwu-fann LiouPage:389-396
The Institution of Administrative Litigation in Hong Kong
by Benny Yiu-ting TaiPage:397-464
Comment
by Haibo HePage:465-473
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