Commercial Law in Hong Kong - Second Edition (Student)
Author: Judith Sihombing
This book explains various forms of transactions, including those from areas of general business dealings to areas of consumer finance. The book is also very practical. It enables readers to identify new forms of assets, to draft any form of security or quasi-security, and to apply common law and equitable principles to different types of transactions, particularly in relation to breach of contracts, and to remedies for breach.
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The topic of Commercial Law remains prominent in the legal system and practice in Hong Kong. Developments since 2013 have kept pace not only with the manner in which commercial law itself has been handled in Hong Kong, but also with new interpretations of the law from the UK Supreme Court, and from the High Court of Australia. Commercial Law in Hong Kong - Second Edition addresses the effect of local legislation such as the Unconscionable Contracts Ordinance and the Money Lenders Ordinance in this field of law. It also contains comprehensive commentary on recent judicial decisions to areas such as the interpretation of commercial documents, the question of liquidated damages versus penalties, and the presence of illegality and what that may mean. Commercial law is not a static area of the law; instead it is a part of the law reflective on developments in society, the needs of the community and the skill of the tradesmen of commercial law.
Table of contents
CHAPTER 1 BACKGROUND AND INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 2 PROPERTY
CHAPTER 3 LEGISLATION
CHAPTER 4 PRINCIPLES AND RULES
CHAPTER 5 CONTRACT, FORM, AND THE SUBJECT OF SECURITY
CHAPTER 6 THE TRUST – ITS USES AS A SECURITY
CHAPTER 7 PARTIES
CHAPTER 8 ACQUISITION OF GOODS
CHAPTER 9 PRIORITY, PERFECTION & NOTICE
CHAPTER 10 THE DEVELOPMENT OF RIGHTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF SECURITY
CHAPTER 11 REAL SECURITIES: THE MORTGAGE
CHAPTER 12 THE CHARGE
CHAPTER 13 REAL SECURITIES: THE PLEDGE
CHAPTER 14 REAL SECURITIES: THE COMMON LAW LIEN
CHAPTER 15 HYBRID QUASI-SECURITIES: CONTRACTUAL AND NON-CONTRACTUAL
CHAPTER 16 QUASI-SECURITIES
CHAPTER 17 THIRD PARTY CONTRACTUAL QUASI-SECURITIES
CHAPTER 18 DAMAGES IN CONTRACT AND IN TORT
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