A People’s Court in China published a report on the legality of virtual assets, analyzing the criminal law attributes of these digital assets. The court noted in its report that virtual assets under the current legal policy framework are still legal property and protected by law.
The People’s Courts of the People’s Republic of China exercise judicial power independently and are not subject to interference by an administrative or public organization. These courts try criminal, civil and administrative cases as well as economic disputes.
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