China is cracking down on notaries and estate agents, but not doing so too aggressively.
In the past year, the country has made some changes in the country’s laws that require notaries to report property crimes and make sure that estates do not abuse the legal system.
But, it appears that notaries are also being targeted.
Last month, an official at the National Bureau of Statistics published a report stating that “notaries are being targeted and pressured by estate agents to become less competent, lazy, and not ethical.”
Notaries are not only being targeted for their independence, but for their ability to handle and collect data.
According to the National Association of Notaries, notaries have been hit hard by the tightening of Chinese laws and the introduction of new laws.
According the association, over the past three years, the number of notaries employed has fallen by about 25 percent, and the average number of years they serve in the profession has also declined.
Notaries work in the offices of government offices and government institutions, such as universities, universities, and kindergartens.
They also work in residential estates, where the residents and residents’ children are not allowed to live.
In many cases, notary offices have become places where families could gather for social gatherings.
For the last several years, China has made efforts to crack down on the “rogue notary” system, and to curb the abuse of the legal and moral system.
However, in China, there are not many people willing to speak out against the corrupt practices of the estate agents and their abuses of the law.
It is estimated that there are around 2,000 rogue notaries in China.
One of the most prominent rogue notary in China is Li Hongxin, a man who is currently serving a life sentence in prison for killing two elderly people in 2015.
Li was convicted for murdering two people in Tiananmen Square in 1989, and he served four years for the crime.
The estate agents he hired were his accomplices, and Li’s accomplices were sentenced to death for the murders.
Li’s life sentence has now been commuted to life in prison.
Li Hongyin, the man who murdered two people, is now serving a five-year sentence.
Li has been found guilty of a murder in 2015, and after his trial, he was found guilty and sentenced to life.
The notary who killed the two elderly men was sentenced to 10 years in prison, and his sentence has been commited to five years.
The two murderers were not guilty of the murder of the elderly people.
Li died in prison after being sentenced to prison for his crimes.
Li, who is now 70 years old, has been a notary for about 30 years, and since 2010, he has served more than 2,200 years.
Li is one of the people who is the most famous person in China’s estate industry.
Li became famous because he was the man to write the most letters for the estates in the 1980s.
Li wrote over 100,000 letters for a total of more than 60,000 estate agents.
He wrote more than 100, 000 letters a year, and when he died in 2015 he wrote more, over 3,000,000.
Li also wrote for the State Administration of Foreign Experts, which is the Chinese government agency responsible for the research and development of foreign languages.
Li published more than 50 books, and in addition to his book, Li published over 100 films.
Li spent a total number of over 2,500 years in the Chinese empire, and many people consider him one of China’s greatest notaries.
Li did not go to the Chinese embassy in Washington, D.C., and he was unable to go to any other foreign embassies in the United States because of the Chinese state’s restrictions.
His last wish was to visit the United Kingdom, and although he was denied, he made arrangements to go there.
But now, he is not allowed even to visit his family, so he can’t see them.
Li will now spend the rest of his life in a cell.
His relatives are worried.
They said that he should be able to spend his last years in China with them.
According a report by the New York Times, Li Hongzin, who has been sentenced to more than 5,000 years in jail, is currently in solitary confinement at a Beijing prison.
According on the prison website, he spent more than 1,300 days in solitary and he is currently unable to leave the cell.
In a recent interview, Li spoke about his thoughts about life in solitary.
Li said, “I don’t want to die in prison; I want to live a normal life.”
Li said that in the future, he would like to visit Britain, France, the United Arab Emirates, and China.
Li would like for the