Chinese Contract Law (2nd Ed) offers an in-depth analysis of the contract making process, performance and remedies in the legal framework established under the current regulatory scheme governing contracts in China. The book discusses various contract issues from theoretic and practical viewpoints, and addresses major contractual matters in a comparative way. It examines the law of contracts as drafted, interpreted, and applied with Chinese characteristics.
The second edition comprises the latest developments in contract legislation, adjudication and practices in China, including the newly adopted laws, judicial interpretations and guiding cases. It emphasizes contextual distinctions and transactional considerations relevant to contract research and practice. The book provides a meaningful tool to get inside the contemporary contract law of China.
Mo Zhang is a James E. Beasley Professor of Law at Temple University Beasley School of Law, USA, and a Specially Invited Professor of Law of Tsinghua University Law School, China. He earned an LL.B and LL.M degrees from China University Political Science and Law, an LL.M from the University of Michigan, and a SJD from the University of Pennsylvania. Professor Zhang has published numerous articles in both American and Chinese law journals, and is the author of
Chinese Contract Law (Brill 2006), and
Introduction to Chinese Torts Law (Tsinghua University Press, 2014).
1. Professors, researchers, graduate students, and legal community in general who are conducting comparative law teaching, research, or study that involves Chinese law and legal system; and 2. Lawyers or corporate counsels who are practicing law related to, doing business with, or engaged in contract litigation relevant to China.