Hong Kong Conveyancing Law - Eighth Edition
Authors: Judith Sihombing, Michael Wilkinson
The eighth edition of Hong Kong Conveyancing Law focuses on Small House Policy concerns, contract matters, remedies on default, equitable interests and remedies, interests, anti-money laundering, and companies and conveyancing transactions.
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The eighth edition of Hong Kong Conveyancing Law focuses on Small House Policy concerns, contract matters, remedies on default, equitable interests and remedies, “irregular” interests, anti-money laundering, and companies and conveyancing transactions.
Certain conveyancing solicitors, estate agents, and accountants (who handle clients’ money, or act in the sale and purchase of property, or similar activities) are now subject to the Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (Financial Institutions) Ordinance. This Ordinance imposes criminal sanctions on default; a matter that goes far beyond the possible disciplinary results of breaches of Practice Direction P.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Land Tenure in HK
Chapter 2 System of Land Holding in HK
Chapter 3 Planning Considerations
Chapter 4 Co-ownership of Multi-storey Buildings
Chapter 5 Nature of the Title to be Given
Chapter 6 Proof of Title
Chapter 7 Property Investigation
Chapter 8 Formation of Contract for Sale of Land
Chapter 9 Contract - Vitiating Factors
Chapter 10 Contract - Capacity, Status and Disabilities
Chapter 11 Contents of Contract
Chapter 12 Assignments
Chapter 13 Security Transactions over Land
Chapter 14 Completion of Contract for Sale of Land
Chapter 15 Remedies for Breach of Contract of Sale of Land