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Civil Law in Qing and Republican China (Law, Society, and Culture in China)

by Kathryn Bernhardt

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Published by Stanford University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian / Middle Eastern history,
  • Modern period, c 1500 onwards,
  • Law,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • China,
  • Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice,
  • Law / Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages356
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7929294M
    ISBN 100804737797
    ISBN 109780804737791
    OCLC/WorldCa30074609

      My perplexity reaches its peak when I note that customs and customary law are at the core of his most recent book, on the passage from late Qing to Republican civil law. Its title, Code, Custom, and Legal Practice in China, suggests that legal modernization proceeded from a confrontation of codified laws, local customs, and court decisions. the qing opening to the ocean Download the qing opening to the ocean or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get the qing opening to the ocean book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.

    "Practicing law" has a dual meaning in this book. It refers to both the occupational practice of law and the practicing of transplanted laws and institutions to perfect them. The book constitutes the first monographic work on the legal history of Republican Beijing, and provides an in-depth and comprehensive account of the practice of law in the city of Beijing during a period of social. Civil Law in Qing and Republican China 10MB Read more Qing Colonial Enterprise: Ethnography and Cartography in Early Modern China ,

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Civil Law in Qing and Republican China (Law, Society, and Culture in China) by Kathryn Bernhardt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Civil justice is shown to be fundamental to an understanding of social relations and of the way the state sought to regulate those relations through law. The opening of local archives to Western scholars in the 's has provided the basis for this reexamination of civil law in Qing and Republican China."--BOOK Summary field.

Download Civil Law In Qing And Republican China full book in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format, get it for read on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Civil Law In Qing And Republican China. This pioneering volume shows that contrary to previous scholarly understanding, the courts in Qing () and Republican () China dealt extensively with civil matters such as land rights, debt, marriage, and inheritance; and, moreover, did so in a consistent and predictable : Paperback.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Civil law in Qing and Republican China: the issues / Kathryn Bernhardt and Philip C.C. Huang--Civil "law" in traditional China: history and theory / Hugh T. Scogin, JrLegislation related to the civil economy in the Qing Dynasty / Jing Junjian--Civil and.

Civil justice is shown to be fundamental to an understanding of social relations and of the way the state sought to regulate those relations through law. The opening of local archives to Western scholars in the 's has provided the basis for this reexamination of civil law in Qing and Republican China."--BOOK Summary.

This pioneering volume shows that contrary to previous scholarly understanding, the courts in Qing () and Republican () China dealt extensively with civil matters such as land rights, debt, marriage, and inheritance; and, moreover, did so in a consistent and predictable way/5(3).

Reviews 93 Kathryn Bernhardt and Philip C. Huang, editors. Civil Law in Qing and Republican China. Stanford: Stanford University Press, pp. Hardcover $, isbn This important book should help reduce the widespread, persistent misunderstanding of the role of legal process in traditional Chinese society.

The received opinion has been that the Chinese people avoided. “This book strongly suggests the new series ‘Law, Society, and Culture in China’ will be indispensable for anyone interested in Chinese or comparative law. The focus of this volume is civil law.

However, economic and social historians cannot afford to ignore it It clearly marks the beginning of a new era in the study of Chinese law. And his trilogy on Chinese civil justice: Civil Justice in China: Representation and Practice in the Qing, ; Code, Custom, and Legal Practice in China: The Qing and the Republic Compared, ; Chinese Civil Justice, Past and Present, All the books in English have been published in multiple printings and editions in Chinese.

This book is also the second part of an intended trilogy. Following his study on Qing civil law (Civil Justice in China, Representation and Practice in the Qing, ), he had planned to produce a volume on the Republican period, but found it more informative to present Republican civil law in contrast to that of the preceding period.

This book. Please see below for information on a new article from member Xiaoqun Xu. “Law, Custom, and Social Norms: Civil Adjudications in Qing and Republican China,” Law and History Review, vol issue 1, Februarypp. Abstract: This study examines how law, custom, and social norms interacted in civil justice in Qing and Republican China by looking into civil.

> Civil Law in Qing and Republican China 作者: Kathryn Bernhardt, Philip C. Huang isbn: 书名: Civil Law in Qing and Republican China 页数: 定价: USD 出版社: Stanford University Press 装帧: Paperback 出版年: A Question of Intent: Homicide Law and Criminal Justice in Qing and Republican China Jennifer M Neighbors In A Question of Intent, Jennifer M.

Neighbors unpacks the complicated late imperial homicide continuum and its Republican-era counterpart, revealing a Chinese justice system, both before and afterthat defies assignment to binary. This study examines how law, custom, and social norm interacted in civil justice in Qing and Republican China by looking into civil cases tried inright after the founding of the Republic of China, and a body of legal interpretations from the Supreme Court duringand certain provisions in the Civil Code of the very first one in Chinese history.

book is also the second part of an intended trilogy. Following his study on Qing civil law (Civil Justice in China, Representation and Practice in the Qing, ), he had planned to produce a volume on the Republican period, but found it more informative to present Republican civil law in contrast to that of the preceding period.

This book is. Search Google Scholar; Export Citation; The Civil Code of the Republic of China. Books i – iii. Translated by Ching-lin Hsia et al. Shanghai: Kelly and Walsh. Cited by art. In Civil Law in Qing and Republican China, ed.

Bernhardt, Kathryn and Huang, Philip C. C., 42 Treason by the Book. New York, Viking. Sturman, Rachel. “Property, Personhood and Self-Mastery: The Problem of Liberal Subjecthood in the Colonial Bombay High Court.”.

The book demonstrates the contrasting logics of Qing and Republican law: of privileges granted by the absolutist ruler versus rights independent of the will of the ruler, of a survival ethic versus a capitalist one, of patrifamilial property versus individual property, of reciprocal parent-child support versus unidirectional support, and of.

law, was widespread in traditional China. Civil Law in Qing and Republican China will also be of major importance because it illuminates some aspects of the role of law during the critically important era between the end of the empire and the end of the Republic. The work contains eight essays by specialists in traditional and Republican.

Bunche Hall Box University of California, Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA Phone: (). 1 Civil Law in Qing and Republican China: The Issues i Kathryn Bernhardt and Philip C.

C. Huang 2 Civil "Law" in Traditional China: History and Theory 13 Hugh T. Scogin, fr. 3 Legislation Related to the Civil Economy in the Qing Dynasty 42 fing funjian 4 Civil and Uncivil Disputes in Southeast Coastal China, 85 Melissa A.

Macauley.Summary: The main issue of this article is a comparison of codification of private law in the Republic of China (–) with the current fifth attempt to codify civil law in the People’s.Get this from a library!

A question of intent: homicide law and criminal justice in Qing and republican China. [Jennifer M Neighbors] -- Jennifer M. Neighbors uses legal cases from the local, provincial and central levels to explore both the complexity with which Qing law addressed abstract concepts and the process of adoption.