[Lexis Flip™] Administrative Law in Hong Kong - Second Edition (Student)
Authors: Swati Jhaveri, Michael Ramsden, Anne Scully-Hill
Administrative Law in Hong Kong - Second Edition provides the most comprehensive and up to date commentary on this increasingly important area of law in Hong Kong. This revised edition builds on the first edition with a revamp to its structure, making the text even more practical for students and those interested in administrative law.
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Hong Kong Administrative Law provides the most comprehensive and up to date commentary on this increasingly important area of law in Hong Kong. This revised edition builds on the first edition with a revamp to its structure, making the text even more practical. It also includes discussion on the latest controversial and high profile cases, such as Fok Chun Wa v Hospital Authority, the case concerning the obstetric services in public hospitals for non-resident women from the Mainland; Vallejos and Domingo v Commissioner of Registration , the case concerning the foreign domestic helpers' right of abode; and W v Registrar of Marriages the case on same sex marriage of transsexuals.