Commercial Law in Hong Kong - Third Edition (Student)
Author: Judith Sihombing
The third edition of Commercial Law in Hong Kong is an essential text for students studying commercial law, as well as for practitioners and analysts. It examines all aspects of commercial law, with reference to the relevant legislation and cases in Hong Kong and internationally.
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The third edition of this book continues to show development in the areas of commercial law in Hong Kong that mirror several of the overseas advances. Decisions from the UK Supreme Court, the High Court of Australia, and the Supreme Court of Canada are considered where relevant to Hong Kong commercial law. This edition covers a variety of matters showing the strength of the equity in commercial law, as well as amendments to legislation, detailed scrutiny of property concepts, advancement in commercial trusts such as Quistclose, and the manner in which Hong Kong is dealing with a variety of commercial factors.
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