Authors: Eric Cheung, Carter Chim, Gary Meggitt
In 2021, in addition to general updates for each topic that enable readers to keep abreast of the latest developments in procedural laws in civil litigation, this title has substantially revised the part on legal professional privilege to discuss the recent judicial developments both in Hong Kong and other common law jurisdictions and the unsettled areas in this regard. It also raises an interesting and important discussion as to whether “legal advice privilege” and “litigation privilege” should be treated as two “distinct conceptual animals” instead of “two branches of the same tree”, as explained by the Canadian Supreme Court in Blank v Canada (Minister for Justice)  2 SCR 319. How that may affect the scope and application of the two heads of privilege in Hong Kong remains to be seen.
This seventh edition also includes an entirely new chapter on judicial review. Not only does it provide a step-by-step guide for those who may need to handle judicial review proceedings, but it also explains the boundary of judicial review by reference to the administrative court’s jurisdiction, the concept of justiciability, and the administrative court’s discretion. It is a user-friendly chapter, especially for those who are not familiar with judicial review.
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Author: Julienne Jen
Hong Kong Civil Court Practice is a collaborative effort, first published in 1994. It states the full up-to-date text of the Rules of the High Court in Hong Kong along with full commentary. Notable contributors to this essential reference work in Hong Kong civil procedure include accomplished practitioners and academics alike. Hong Kong Civil Court Practice is the original reference work on the Hong Kong Rules and has been updated more than 100 times since its first publication.
Author(s): Dr. Christopher To, Damon So, Iu Ting Kwok, Andy C.Y. Kwok
The Butterworths Hong Kong Alternative Dispute Resolution Handbook is a detailed work of reference containing the Arbitration Ordinance (Cap 609) and the Mediation Ordinance (Cap 620).
The Hong Kong Mediation Manual draws upon diverse traditional and contemporary practices to offer a layered and nuanced view of mediation
Author: Sarah E Hilmer
The objective of Mediation Theory and Practice in Hong Kong is firstly to provide suffcient mediation theory, and secondly to use the theory in context of local Hong Kong mediation practice.
The fifth edition of Hong Kong District Court Practice brings together the complex text of the District Court Ordinance (Cap 336), the Rules of the District Court and Practice Directions relevant to the District Court. Commentaries include section-by section annotations dealing with the meaning and application of the statutory provisions, drawing on case law from Hong Kong, England and the Commonwealth.
Authors: Byron Chiu, Ivan Lee
Butterworths Hong Kong Evidence Law Handbook - Fifth Edition explains the Evidence Ordinance (Cap 8) in detail and covers key updates in case law and legislation.
Author: Andrew Mak
Law of Injunctions in Hong Kong provides in-depth coverage and definitive guidance on the subject of both interlocutory and final injunctions. It explains how and when to obtain, how to defend against injunction orders and any other ancillary options available. It includes precedents and forms, relevant rules and practice directions and selected statutory material.
Author: Andrew Mak
Conveyancing and Property Litigation in Hong Kong provides much-needed guidance and insight in this important area of the law. High-profile areas, as identified by important recent cases, are covered in a practical and succinct manner, with a focus on areas of difficulty. Particular emphasis is given to the practical aspects of conveyancing litigation procedure, and the unique difficulties encountered in Hong Kong. Highly topical issues are covered in detail, including new chapters on Small Village House Litigation (Chapter 12) and Water Seepage Litigation (Chapter 13).