Paying the price

Re­stric­tions im­posed on peo­ple in con­tempt of court

China Daily (USA) - - CHINA - Source: State Coun­cil guide­lines

FI­NANCE

1. They are barred from found­ing fi­nan­cial guar­an­tee or in­sur­ance com­pa­nies. 2. They face re­stric­tions if they is­sue in­ter­bank bonds or pub­licly is­sue cor­po­rate bonds. 3. They are not al­lowed to found so­cial as­so­ci­a­tions, and are barred from pro­vid­ing goods for pur­chase by govern­ment de­part­ments.

REP­U­TA­TION

1. Lawyers who fail to en­force court ver­dicts are not al­lowed to be named as “ex­cel­lences” or re­ceive sim­i­lar ac­claim from their peers. 2. It is not al­lowed to give char­ity awards to peo­ple who refuse to com­ply with ver­dicts.

POL­ICY/ GOVERN­MENT

1. They are not al­lowed to ap­ply for govern­ment sub­si­dies and so­cial se­cu­rity fund­ing. 2. They are sub­ject to lim­its when ap­ply­ing for priv­i­leges or poli­cies in sec­tors such as in­vest­ment, tech­nol­ogy ex­port and im­port.

IN­DUS­TRY

1. They are re­stricted from pur­chas­ing houses or be­ing given the right to de­vel­op­ment land or re­lated re­sources. 2. They are barred from ap­ply­ing to work in or de­velop the forestry in­dus­try. 3. They face re­stric­tions if they ap­ply to op­er­ate projects of grass­land pro­tec­tion, and are also barred from de­vel­op­ing im­por­tant projects re­lat­ing to re­source pro­tec­tion, such as wa­ter, pri­vate is­lands and land.

LIFE­STYLE

1. They are barred from buy­ing first-class tick­ets for high-speed trains, or com­mer­cial flights. 2. They are not al­lowed to live in high-class ho­tels, or en­ter golf clubs and sim­i­lar venues. 3. They are not al­lowed to book tick­ets for overseas trips from travel agents. 4. The chil­dren of de­fault­ers are not al­lowed to study at ex­pen­sive pri­vate schools. 5. Their ex­pen­di­ture on house dec­o­ra­tions, main­te­nance or building is strictly reg­u­lated.

WORK­PLACE

1. They are not al­lowed to be su­per­vi­sors, mem­bers of the board or ex­ec­u­tives of State-owned en­ter­prises. 2. They are banned from be­com­ing ex­ec­u­tives in banks and se­cu­ri­ties, fund­ing or in­sur­ance com­pa­nies. 3. They are barred from work­ing as civil ser­vants. 4. Their sta­tus is as­sessed and taken into ac­count if they ap­ply to join the Com­mu­nist Party of China, be­come a deputy at the Na­tional Peo­ple’s Congress or join the army.

AC­CESS

1. They are strictly re­viewed or mon­i­tored if they deal with cus­toms-re­lated af­fairs 2. They are sub­ject to strict ap­proval pro­ce­dures if they at­tempt to en­ter busi­nesses re­lated to medicine or food pro­duc­tion. 3. They are barred from work­ing in ar­eas re­lated to chem­i­cals, fire­works and min­ing. 4. They face re­stricted ac­cess to em­ploy­ment or run­ning op­er­a­tions in the real es­tate and con­struc­tion sec­tors.

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