(Qinding) Huijiang zeli (欽定)回疆則例, is an administrative codex for southern Xinjiang that was created between 1811 and 1815 by Saišangga (Ch. Saishang'a 賽尚阿, 1794?-1875), member of the Mongolian Plain Blue Banner (Menggu zhenglan qi 蒙古正藍旗), under the supervision of the Court of Colonial Affairs (lifanyuan 理藩院). It is part of the canon Menggu lüli 蒙古律例.
During the military campaign against the Khojas Jāhangīr (Ch. Zhengge'er 張格爾, 1790-1827) and Yūsuf (Ch. Yufusu 玉素甫, d. 1836) the code was revised. This revision was begun in 1833 and finished in 1842. This is also the common version. It has a length of 8 juan and includes 134 articles, 26 of which were adopted unchanged from the original regulations. 65 articles of the old code were revised, 38 extended (xuzuan 繼纂), and 5 newly added (cengzuan 增纂).
The sub-statutes (ze 則), based on precedent decisions (li 例), cover the themes administration , economy, the system of state officials, culture, and religion. The code was reprinted in 1908, and republished, together with the Menggu zeli, in a downscaled version in 1988.