The Perfection of the Third Party Revocation Lawsuit System in China -- Analysis of the Revocation by the Third Party in Foreign Countries
The frequent appearances of fraud litigation make the necessity of the revoked suit of the third party more and more prominent. Starting from the extraterritorial provisions of the relevant countries and regions, this essay comparatively analyzes the independent revoked suit of the third party and the revoked suit of retrial third party, and comes to their same points and different points. Then combining with China's basic national conditions and legal environment, this essay reveals the legislative defects of our type choice, and puts forward specific recommendations to improve the legal system and build a sound one for the protection of the rights of a third party.
Key words: Revocation suit of the third person; Retrial appeal; Extraordinary appeal
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