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Abolition of extraterritoriality in China

Li Tz-hyung

Abolition of extraterritoriality in China

by Li Tz-hyung

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Published in [Nanking, China .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China.
    • Subjects:
    • Exterritoriality.,
    • Courts -- China.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Li Tz-hyung with an introduction by Dr. Wei Tao-ming ... (Published under the auspices of the International relations committee)
      SeriesInternational relations series
      ContributionsInternational Relations Committee.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJX1570.Z6 E85
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 p. l. iv, 86 p.
      Number of Pages86
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6757824M
      LC Control Number31012226
      OCLC/WorldCa3300856

      CHINA STILL WAITS THE END OF EXTRATERRITORIALITY By Ching-Chun Wang HEN Turkey abolished the capitulations soon after the war China and Egypt were left as the only two nations bound by extraterritoriality. Now that the Montreux Convention has provided for the complete abolition of the Egyptian Capitulations, China has lost her sole companion. ality) (Shanghai, ); and H.G.W. Woodhead, Extraterritoriality in China—The Case Against Abolition (Tientsin, ). There are also books written after Of these the most authoritative and detailed study i Extraterri-s Fishel, The End of toriality in China, published in Cited by: 7.

      EXTRATERRITORIALITY, RIGHT OFEXTRATERRITORIALITY, RIGHT OF. The right of extraterritoriality granted immunity to prosecution under the laws of a country to the nationals of another country; under most circumstances, the foreign national is tried according to the home nation's laws and courts. The system was established to protect Western nationals from judicial systems that were . agreement ending the Opium War between China and England. It gave Britian an indemnity, the island of Hong Kong. China had to open five ports to foreign .

      Egypt) I use the abolition of the company and the transfer of its legal authority to the British government as the emergence date. For China, I use the Charter Act of in which the British government took over the East India Company’s judicial author-ities in China as indicative of the emergence of extraterritoriality in China. All otherFile Size: KB.   Editorial information service. Series ; vol. I no. 6. Decem Autographed from typewritten copy.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Li Tz-hyung. Abolition of extraterritoriality in China. [Nanking, China, ?] (OCoLC) Document Type. Synopsis. Wesley R. Fishel's doctorate dissertation The End of Extraterritoriality in China is a well-crafted and detailed analysis of the many twists and turns in China's road to the abolition of fills out the scope of the topic it had set itself beautifully, namely a study of how extraterritoriality, heavily focused on the British and American example, in China came to.

Get this from a library. Extraterritoriality in China, the case against Abolition of extraterritoriality in China book. [H G W Woodhead]. Extraterritoriality is the state of being exempted from the jurisdiction of local law, usually as the result of diplomatic negotiations.

Historically, this primarily applied to individuals, as jurisdiction was usually claimed on peoples rather than on lands. Extraterritoriality can also be applied to physical places, such as foreign embassies, military bases of foreign countries, or offices.

OF LATE years there has been a growing conviction on the part of governments whose nationals enjoy extraterritorial privileges in China that these privileges, which confer on foreigners in China immunity from Chinese jurisdiction, must be given up.

The fact that this conviction is due to a more yielding attitude on the part of foreign chancelleries rather than to very markedCited by: 1. In Japan and China, I analyze two successful (Japan, and China, ) and two failed (Tokyo Conference, and Washington Conference, ) attempts to abolish extraterritoriality.

12 Selecting two observations each from China and Japan provides sufficient leverage to establish causality regarding the abolition of extraterritoriality in Cited by: After almost a year of investigation and the assembling of a mass of detailed information on China's judicial system and practices of extraterritoriality, the members unanimously concluded that until more effective judicial reforms were carried out, the abolition of extraterritoriality was unwarranted.

Abolition of Extraterritoriality in C ina (Continued from the last issue) By Li Tz-hyung (z) Second Prize Winner Furthermore, it must bc pointed out that, by choosing to come to a.

strange land, foreign nationals, in accord- ance with the generally accepted principles of internation- al law, have to share the lot and take equal chances witl.

in China," in which the American Government promised to carry out the recommendations of the Extraterritori- ality Commission and to negotiate the abolition of ex- traterritoriality. As time went on, the National Government won fresh laurels in its attempt to put an end to extraterritoriality.

Five Powers, viz., Belgium, Italy, Denmark, Portugal. The book explicitly focuses on the emergence, function, and abolition of Western extraterritorial courts in non-Western states during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and, using a cross-cultural comparative analysis of these court systems in Japan, the Ottoman Empire, and China, advances a theory of : Mikael Baaz.

In the s, a total of consular courts of Japan, Great Britain, the United States and France operated in China. Extraterritoriality was abolished as Western states came to recognise non Author: Turan Kayaoglu.

China's Request at the Washington Conference At the Washington Conference Dr. Wang Chung-Hui, on behalf of the Chinese Delegation, stated that he had made his observations regarding the objections to extraterritoriality "not for the purpose of asking for an immediate and complete abolition of extraterritoriality, but for the purpose of inviting.

sections, I test the hypothesis of these theories with evidence from the abolition of extraterritoriality in China and Japan.

IR Theory and the Abolition of Extraterritoriality The state-building approach connects the abolition of extraterritoriality to the institutionalization of state. 'Dr. Danielle Ireland-Piper's Accountability in Extraterritoriality: A Comparative and International Law Perspective is a welcomed addition to the existing literature in the field.

This excellent monograph makes an invaluable contribution on a topic - extraterritorial jurisdiction and how we appropriately can restrict it - that only will continue to increase in relevance in coming by: 1.

China, may accede to the Resolution affecting extraterritoriality and the administration of justice in China by depositing within three months after the adjournment of the Conference a written notice of accession with the Gov­ ernmentof the United States for communication by it toeach of the Signatory Powers.

Based on a cross-cultural comparison of the emergence, function, and abolition of these court systems in Japan, the Ottoman Empire, and China, Turan Kayaoglu elaborates a theory of extraterritoriality, comparing the nineteenth-century British example with the post-World War II American legal by:   Extraterritoriality, also known as extraterritorial rights, is an exemption from local laws.

That means that an individual with extraterritoriality who commits a crime in a particular country cannot be tried by the authorities of that country, although often she or Author: Kallie Szczepanski. 1 See Li Zhaojie ‘Traditional Chinese World Order’, Chinese Journal of International Law 1 (): 22 ; 2 ‘The Qing state, stretching from the county magistrate at the bottom to the emperor and his Grand C ; 3 See Turan Kayaoğlu, Legal Imperialism: Sovereignty and Extraterritoriality in Japan, the Ottoman Em ; 1 At the time when Western traders first arrived in its territory, China was Author: Mariya Tait Slys.

Extraterritoriality in Japan and the Diplomatic Relations Resulting in Its Abolition, – New York, Jones's thesis, originally published inthis is the best detailed study of the extraterritoriality system in Japan. Keeton, George W. The Development of Extraterritoriality in China.

WHEN Turkey abolished the capitulations soon after the war China and Egypt were left as the only two nations bound by extraterritoriality. Now that the Montreux Convention has provided for the complete abolition of the Egyptian Capitulations, China has lost her sole companion.

Henceforth she will be the only nation bound by the shackles of the ancient system without any definite date of its Author: Ching-Chun Wang. Li Tz-hyung has written: 'Abolition of extraterritoriality in China' -- subject(s): Courts, Exterritoriality Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights What has the author Raymond Thomas Rich written?Extraterritoriality.

Self Strengthening. a policy promoted by reformers toward the end of the Qing dynasty under which China would adopt Western technology while keeping its confucian values and institutions.

Spheres of Influence. areas where the imperial powers had exclusive trading rights. The End of Extraterritoriality in China (University of California Press, ), p. For a detailed account of events between the commission on extraterritoriality in China and the outbreak of the Manchurian crisis, see ibid., pp.

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