Dispute Resolution and Debt Collection in China
Dispute Resolution and Debt Collection in China

China Company Verification and Due Diligence: Registered Capital/ Paid-in Capital

A Chinese company with larger registered capital, especially paid-in capital, usually has larger scale and stronger ability to perform contracts. However, its registered capital or paid-in capital isn’t necessarily equal to its actual assets at a certain point of time.

Are NNN Agreement Enforceable in China?

If you believe that the Chinese company does not comply with the NNN agreement, you may resolve the dispute via arbitration outside of China and enforce the arbitral award in China.

How Do I Take Legal Action Against a Chinese Company?

You need to determine where you are going to sue, and what law is applicable to your case. If you are planning to file a lawsuit in China, then we have prepared 8 tips for you in this article to help you evaluate your potential legal action.

Sue a Company in China: How Do Chinese Judges Treat Evidence?

What evidence should you prepare? Documentary evidence (physical documents), electronic documents, and recordings are all necessary in this regard.

Debt Collections in China: Enforce Your US Judgment in China and You Will Have a Surprise!

Good news for the creditors with a US judgment! Now, American civil/commercial judgments are highly likely to be recognized and enforced in China.

What Does It Mean if My Chinese Supplier Is a Dishonest Judgment Debtor?

You should perform verification or due diligence on a Chinese supplier to find out whether he/it has the capability to perform contracts before you make a contract with the supplier. You can ask us for free verification service.

How Do I Get a Refund of My Deposit or Prepayment From a Chinese Company?

There are three things you can do to get your deposit or advance payment back from a defaulting or fraudulent Chinese company: (1) negotiate a refund, (2) claim liquidated damages, or (3) terminate the contract or order.

Debt Collections in China: Why You Need to Know Enforcement Mechanism in Chinese Courts?

If you get a winning judgment or arbitral award, and the property that can be used to repay debts is located in China, then the first thing you need to know is the enforcement mechanism in the Chinese courts.

How to Sue a Supplier in China: Five Things You Have to Know

There are five things you need to do to get ready: 1) find the legal Chinese name of the Chinese company, 2) decide whether to sue in China, 3) if yes, hire a local Chinese lawyer, 4) evaluate the costs and benefits of litigation, and 5) prepare in advance evidence that Chinese courts would like.