A Guide to Hong Kong Conveyancing - Ninth Edition (Student)
Author: Judith Sihombing
The Ninth Edition of A Guide to Hong Kong Conveyancing aims to provide a comprehensive guide to conveyancing in Hong Kong, detailing the relevant practice and procedures, as well as the recent legislative and judicial developments. It is an essential text for students studying conveyancing, as well as for practitioners and analysts, examining all aspects of conveyancing in Hong Kong, with reference to the relevant legislation and cases in Hong Kong.
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A Guide to Conveyancing in Hong Kong – Ninth Edition is designed to satisfy students of land law and conveyancing at all stages. The Ninth Edition contains an extensive and detailed description of developments in Hong Kong conveyancing. There is now a voluminous amount of local case law explaining and developing the subject, thereby requiring the conveyancing solicitor to keep abreast of significant decisions. Updates include discussion on Small House Policy concerns, contract matters, remedies on default, equitable interests and remedies, “irregular” interests, anti-money laundering, and companies and conveyancing transactions. It is widely adopted by Hong Kong students and practitioners alike and is used as the conveyancing text for the Overseas Lawyers Qualification Examination.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 -Introduction
Chapter 2 - Title to land in Hong Kong
Chapter 3 - Principles of Contract Law
Chapter 4 - Multi-Storey Buildings
Chapter 5 - Contents of the Contract and the Parties
Chapter 6 - Drafting Conveyancing Documents
Chapter 7 - Dubious and Defective Titles
Chapter 8 - The nature of title to land
Chapter 9 - Security Transactions over Land
Chapter 10 - Completion
Chapter 11 - Registration
Chapter 12 - Remedies