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China vows harsher punishment on judgment defaulters
update:October 12,2016
Oct. 12, 2016 -- China will render harsher punishment to those who fail to perform judicial judgments in order to promote the enforcement work of local courts, according to a recently released regulation by the general office of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and the general office of the State Council.

According to the regulation, those who refuse or fail to enforce judicial execution will be excluded from receiving government supports and assistance, acquiring certain certificates and honors and etc.

“The punishment and restrictions on judgment defaulters are much stricter than before. They will be blacklisted by the courts and receive credit punishment,” said an official in charge of the judicial execution department of Tibet High People’s Court.

“Judicial execution as the last leg of the judicial process is key to protecting the legal rights of litigants and promoting judicial justice. The regulation will be beneficial to solve the enforcement problem of the courts as well as build a sound credit system,” said the official.

By: Qu Yungui  Liu Qiang

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