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|Monday, May 28, 2001, updated at 08:25(GMT+8)|
Courts in South China Offer Online ServiceThe courts in China's southernmost province, Hainan, launched an online service Saturday at the website www.hicourt.gov.cn, offering a variety of information.
Notices and ruling writs issued by courts, and brief introductions about judges are available on the website, said a spokesman for the Hainan Higher People's Court.
The website is a new channel for the public to communicate with courts in the province. People can lodge their suggestions and comments on the work of the courts or file complaints about the courts on the website, said the spokesman.
Information on laws and regulations is also available on the website.
The number of ruling writs available on the website totals 2, 000, and the total content available exceeds 10 million Chinese- characters.
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