A Guide to Hong Kong Conveyancing - Eighth Edition (Student)
Authors: Judith Sihombing, Michael Wilkinson
A Guide to Hong Kong Conveyancing - Eighth Edition is designed to satisfy students of land law and conveyancing at all stages. It is widely adopted at tertiary level and is used as the conveyancing text for the Overseas Lawyers Qualification Examination.
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This eighth 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. The Court of Final Appeal has considered and decided on a number of important issues, and, at least in some areas, certainty has been achieved. However, points of contention remain. One aim of this book has been to report, discuss and expound on these issues.
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