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China's top court publishes typical cases on property rights protection

2021-05-20 01:24:03

China's top court has published seven typical cases from its work regarding the protection of property rights and the legitimate rights and interests of entrepreneurs.

The cases concern the top court exercising its duty to supervise and ensure the proper handling of relevant cases, according to Guo Feng, deputy chief of the research office of the Supreme People's Court (SPC) Wednesday.

The published cases involve harsh punishments for violations of intellectual property rights as well as improper enforcement practices of some administrative and judicial agencies.

Such cases are expected to offer guidance for other courts in handling similar cases to create a better law-based environment for businesses that is more stable, fair, transparent and predictable, Guo said.

(Source: Xinhua)