By Dai Yue and Li Tianren King & Wood Mallesons’ Dispute Resolution group
On 30th June 2017, the Intermediate People’s Court of Wuhan, Hubei Province (‘’Wuhan Intermediate Court’’) handed down its judgment in Application to Recognize and Enforce a Foreign Civil Judgment by Liu Li v. Tao Li and Tong Wu” (2015 E Wuhan Zhong Min Shang Wai Chu Zi No. 00026) (“Judgment”) in which the Court considered the recognition and enforceability of a foreign judgment in China. For the first time, the Court, on the basis of acknowledging juridical reciprocity between China and the US, ruled that a US civil court ruling was to be recognized as legally binding on Chinese soil.
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