Analysis on the Limits of Public Power Intervening in Domestic Violence Cases

Jing-Fang ZHENG, Dong WANG

Abstract


With the social standard value has become more apparent in the contemporary civil law, the individual private interest in special civil relations of marriage and family is impossible to implement an absolute protection, it needs state intervention, that is public power intervention. This paper studies legitimacy of public power that intervenes in domestic violence comprehensively and comparatively, through analyzing historical document, building the necessity and feasibility model of national public power that intervenes in domestic violence, exploring the conditions and limits of national public power that intervenes in domestic violence cases by using maximum algorithm, it finally comes to a conclusion that public power intervening in domestic violence reflects social and legal progress and also is an urgent need of protecting vulnerable groups.

Keywords


Domestic Violence, Public Power, Family Law, Intervention


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/icssm2020/34364

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