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  1. View details Conveyancing and Property Litigation in Hong Kong – Third Ed...
    Publication Date: July 2023
    Book (Soft cover)

    Author: Andrew Mak

    Conveyancing and Property Litigation in Hong Kong – Third Edition includes significant developments since the 2nd edition came out in 2019, and over 50 cases have been discussed. These include the Court of Final Appeal decisions in Cheung Lai Mui v Cheung Wai Shing on the requirements of equity to recognise and give relief based on proprietary estoppel; Kwok Cheuk Kin v Directors of Lands on the constitutionality of the Small House Policy; HKSAR v Chan Kam Ching on the abuse of the Small House Policy using false instruments;  Court of First Instance (“CFI”) decisions on adverse possession; as well as other CFI cases including Lee Kok Che v Royal Mortgage Ltd on the different approaches in Hong Kong and Canada in relation to whether long-standing users of a stretch of road in the rural area are entitled to a public right of way.

    HK$ 1,800.00
  2. View details Civil Procedure in Hong Kong - Seventh Edition
    Publication Date: March 2023
    Book (Hardback)eBook

    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) [2006] 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.

    Starting at HK$ 2,800.00