Revista chilena de derecho
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ZHANG, Lihong. THE LASTEST DEVELOPMENTS IN THE CODIFICATION OF CHINESE CIVIL LAW. Rev. chil. derecho [online]. 2009, vol.36, n.3, pp. 467-503. ISSN 0718-3437. doi: 10.4067/S0718-34372009000300002.
I. Introduction: brief history and current situation of chinese civil law; A. The GPCL; B. Special Civil and Commercial Laws, and the Provisions Stipulated by Public Laws (Mainly Administrative Laws), Governing Civil or Commercial Relationships; C. Judicial Interpretations. II. The latest developments in the codification of chinese civil law; A. Debates on the Structure of China's Future Civil Code; B. 2002 Civil Code Draft; C. Debate on the 2002 Civil Code Draft: Anticodification and Decodification Ideas in China; D. 2007 Real Right Law; E. Academic Criticism of the 2007 Real Right Law, 1. On the Protection of State Property, 2. On the Possibility of Marketing the Right To Use Rural Land for Housing, 3. On the Usucapion, 4. On How To Define the Public Interest, 5. On the Gratuitous Character of the Return of a Lost Thing, 6. On the Concept of Real Right and the Nature of Real Right Law; F. The Latest Developments in the Drafting of China's Tort Law; G. The Latest Version of the Tort Law Draft: Content and Characteristics; H. The Current Debates on Tort Law, 1. On the Name and the Nature of Tort Law, 2. On How To Provide the General Clauses of Tort Law, 3. On the Special Torts and Their Types, a. Tort Committed by the State, b. Tort Resulting from Accomplishment, of Friendship, c. Tort Resulting from a Labor Accidents, d. Tort of Interference with Prospective Contractual Relations, e. Tort Committed by the Professional, 4. On Compensation for Damages, 5. On the Methods of Discharge of Tort Liability; III. Conclusion
Palabras clave : chinese law; civil law; property law; tort law.