Hotten & Ho: Family Law Practice and Procedure in Hong Kong - Fourth Edition (Student)
Authors: Keith Hotten, Dennis Ho
Hotten & Ho: Family Law Practice and Procedure in Hong Kong - Fourth Edition is the perfect companion for students seeking to understand all main areas of family law.
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Hotten & Ho: Family Law Practice and Procedure in Hong Kong, originally written as a course book for the PCLL “Matrimonial Practice & Procedure” elective at HKU, remains the most up-to-date and comprehensive student title on matrimonial practice and procedure in Hong Kong. Students on any JD, post-graduate, or LLB family law course in Hong Kong will find it current, thorough, and clear on both family law and court procedure.
The book offers essential practical guidance on approaching all current issues in family law, including marriage and divorce, money and property disputes (ancillary relief), domestic violence and disputes involving children arising from divorce and separation, including custody, care and control, and access, unlawful abduction overseas, as well as applications for lawful relocation out of Hong Kong.