ABSTRACT The aim of the paper is to offer advice about setting on investigating feasibility of a legal system about the reciprocal recognition of civil case jurisdiction among East Asia region. The present conditions for the recognition of foreign jurisdiction in East Asia states are on the whole similar and this is an advantage for the construction of a unified mechanism. This paper gives three selected models of reciprocal recognition of civil case jurisdiction, which are bilateral judicial assistance treaty, regional multilateral treaties and soften the principle of reciprocity.
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