Case Report: Shareholder Not Liable for Company’s Debts Prior to Expiry of Capital Contribution Time Limit

In the past, we have written posts about going after shareholders for debts incurred by companies they invest so long as such shareholders still have outstanding subscribed capital to be paid.

Shareholder Liability for Corporate Debts

China Registered Capital Reform and Its Implications on Your China Businesses

Can Company’s Creditors Go After Shareholders

Case Report: New Factual Situation for Lifting Corporate Veil under China Laws

Limited liability has been recognized as one of the fundamental features of companies and corporations throughout world, which was heralded as great an invention as the steam engine.

Under Chinese laws and in Chinese judicial practice, it has proven that it is difficult to get the court to pierce the corporate veil, a metaphor referring to the limited liability…

International Trade Dispute Resolution in China: get affiliated companies to pay

A while ago, I wrote another post disclosing fraudulent international trade practice some Chinese exporters engage themselves in: Again, be aware and vigilant about who you are trading with in China.

So when you are deceived and caught in such fraud and you don’t want to just walk away bruised, you may have to think of a way to recover your loss. Here in …