Author: Professor Stephen Hall
Ho & Hall's Hong Kong Contract Law Sixth edition comprehensively updates the law of contract as it applies in Hong Kong and revises and clarifies statements of the law in a number of areas. It incorporates significant developments in all areas including, most notably, implied terms, offer and acceptance, contractual intention, interpretation of terms, implied terms, misrepresentation, rectification, economic duress, severance of restrictive covenants, third party rights, negotiating damages, penalties, and promissory estoppel.
Publication Date: July 2022
Ho & Hall's Hong Kong Contract Law authored by Stephen Hall, is a comprehensive work which expertly identifies the unique local characteristics of Hong Kong contact law. The text balances theoretical and policy discussion with practical considerations, including clear illustrative examples of the law at work. The late Professor Betty M Ho was the author of this work’s influential first and second editions (titled Hong Kong Contract Law). The sixth edition continues to build on Professor Ho’s legacy.
5 Form of Contract
6 Contents of a Contract
9 Duress, Undue Inﬂuence and Unconscionability
12 Joint Obligations and Joint Rights
16 Discharge and Variation by agreement
17 Discharge by frustration
18 Discharge by breach
19 Remedies For Breach Of Contract
20 Limitation of actions
22 Unjust enrichment
23 Conflict of laws