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About Forest

An international Lawyer, based in China. (with phone nubmer: (+86)13920701735. Email: Providing full services for internaional coporations and individuals: international trade, international project, trans-regional finances, foreign investment, M&A, Marine disputes, trademark, copyright, trans-naitional crime, and etc. Our lawyers can speak both English and Chinese. We provide particular solutions for the risk that you concern.


中华人民共和国主席 习近平


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The Birth of Civil Code of China

China’s Civil Code adopted at national legislature

BEIJING — Chinese lawmakers on May 28 voted to adopt the country’s long-expected Civil Code at the third session of the 13th National People’s Congress, the top legislature.

The Civil Code will take effect on Jan. 1, 2021. Continue reading



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2009 年 第 6 号
目  录

  第一章 总  则
  第二章 基本制度
  第三章 审批与登记
  第四章 外国投资者以股权作为支付手段并购境内公司
    第一节 以股权并购的条件
    第二节 申报文件与程序
    第三节 对于特殊目的公司的特别规定
  第五章 附  则
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Deportation from China

Recently, I, being a lawyer, defended for a client who is from a foreign country. The person is accused of crime of theft. Fortunately, at last, we successfully got a non-prosecution decision from the Procuratorate. But still she is facing the administrative penalty and whether she is allowed to stay in China or not, which means she may be deported. That’s why I’m writing to remind the expat in China of the deportation.
According to the Law, in any of the following situations, one may be deported:
1. When he commits a crime and convicted, the law court could make a deportation decision, applied independently or in addition to the primary punishment.
2. In the circumstance of violation of laws seriously but where the act hasn’t constitute a crime, the Public Security Bureau may make an administrative penalty on him, including the deportation.

Abitration Law of the People’s Republic of China

Adopted by the 9th Meeting of the Standing Committee of the eighth National People’s Congress on August 31, 1994 And promulgated by the Decree No.31 of the president of the People’s Republic of China on August 31, 1994

Chapter I General Provisions

Article 1 The law is formulated with a view to ensure fair and timely arbitration of economic disputes, reliable protection to legitimate rights and interests of parties concerned and a healthy development of the socialist market economy.

Article 2 Contractual disputes between citizens of equal status, legal persons and other economic organizations and disputes arising from property rights may be put to arbitration. Continue reading