Authors: Keith Hotten, Dennis Ho, Mathilda Kwong
Since its original publication in 2010, Family Court Practice has become a required reading for lawyers and judges engaged in family practice at all levels in Hong Kong (Family Court, High Court, and Court of Final Appeal). Being a comprehensive, practical, and critical account of the law drafted from the viewpoint of experienced practitioners, this book contains the only one-stop comprehensive collection of primary sources (Practice Directions, Ordinances, subsidiary legislation, and international law), and practice and procedure checklists. It also includes precedents, ancillary relief tables, lists of leading cases, and useful websites arranged by subject.
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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.
Land Law in Hong Kong has, over the years, become the leading book on the subject. The new edition continues to explain key concepts of property law and the conveyancing process, and cover all essential topics, including major forms of land acquisition, protection of land ownership or interests, leases, licences, easements and mortgages.
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: Andrew Mak, Margaret Tsau
The Hong Kong Statutory Interpretation Handbook - Fourth Edition examines the law of statutory interpretation in Hong Kong through commentary and detailed annotations to the Interpretation and General Clauses Ordinance (Cap 1).
Author: Andrew Mak
Disciplinary and Regulatory Proceedings in Hong Kong was the first book of its kind, and is a leading reference for anyone wishing to research and understand Hong Kong’s law relating to disciplinary proceedings.
The Concise Hong Kong English-Chinese Legal Dictionary your comprehensive starting point for legal research.