Inspiration from Common Law System for Perfecting China's Pre-Trail Procedure in Civil Actions

Han WANG, Tao ZHAN

Abstract


Pre-trail procedure plays an important part in civil procedures. When building up the civil procedure system in China, the importance of it has been ignored and the pre-trail procedure stays as an attachment to the court proceeding. This paper analyses defects existed in pre-trail procedure in civil actions in China and tries to discuss the perfecting it while studying from the common law system.

Key words: Civil procedure; Pre-trail procedure; Diverse settlement mechanism


Keywords


Civil procedure; Pre-trail procedure; Diverse settlement mechanism



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720110706.127

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