6 edition of An Introduction to the Hong Kong Legal System found in the catalog.
March 17, 1988 by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
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A Special Administrative Region was established on 1 July under the principle of "One Country, Two Systems". Hong Kong's capitalist system and life-style shall remain unchanged for 50 years. "Hong Kong People Ruling Hong Kong" The Basic Law is an embodiment of the doctrines of "One Country, Two Systems" and "Hong Kong People ruling Hong Kong".
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An Introduction to the Hong Kong Legal System 3rd by: This book provides an introduction to the legal system in Hong Kong. Understanding Hong Kong's legal system today requires both an understanding of the British origins of much of the laws and legal institutions as well as the uniquely Hong Kong developments in the application of the Basic Law under 'one country, two systems'.Cited by: 8.
This book provides an introduction to the legal system in Hong Kong. Understanding Hong Kong's legal system today requires both an understanding of the British origins of much of the laws and legal institutions as well as the uniquely Hong Kong developments An Introduction to the Hong Kong Legal System book the application of the Basic Law under 'one country, two systems'.
HK legal system under British regime A newbie to legal studies, I nontheless find author's introductory arguments intrinsically convincing. Under a clear structure of passage development, his interpretation of relationships between law, /5.
The first chapter outlines the aims of the book, which is to provide an introduction to the Hong Kong legal system especially for first-year law students, but also for students of other disciplines, and practitioners and scholars from other jurisdictions who are looking for a comprehensive and user-friendly overview of Hong Kong’s legal system.
The Legal System in Hong Kong - from the Hong Kong Department of Justice (open access). Foreign Law Guide - Hong Kong (UniMelb staff & student access) provides access to legislation and other primary sources of law on multiple legal topics.
It also contains bibliographies of useful secondary sources (books and articles) on these : Robin Gardner. This book provides an introduction to the legal system in Hong Kong. Understanding Hong Kong s legal system today requires both an understanding of the British origins of much of the laws and legal institutions as well as the uniquely Hong Kong developments in the application of the Basic Law under a concept of one country two systems.
An Introduction to the Chinese Legal System, first published inwas one of the first books in English on the developing legal system of the People’s Republic of China. It provides a systematic account of this system’s history, constitutional structure, sources of law, Author: Albert HY Chen.
*Pre-order* An Introduction to the Chinese Legal System 5th ed by Albert Chen, published by LexisNexis. An Introduction to the Chinese Legal System, first published inwas one of the first books in English on the developing legal system of the People’s Republic of China.
It provides a. Hong Kong’s legal system is based on the common law and is separate from that of the Mainland of China.
The Hong Kong Judiciary is independent of the legislative and executive branches of government. Public bodies in Hong Kong’s legal system include: Department of Justice.
An Introduction to the Hong Kong Legal System 作者: Peter Wesley-Smith 出版社: Oxford University Press 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: Author: Peter Wesley-Smith. An Introduction to the Hong Kong Legal System Second Edition Peter Wesley-Smith HONG KONG OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS OXFORD NEW YORK.
Contents Preface vii Figures xii 1 INTRODUCTION 1 What Law is Not 1 What Law Does 3 Law and Morality 4 Law and Justice 5 The Legitimacy of Law 7 The Hong Kong Legal System and 8 2 THE LEGAL SYSTEM: AN. Introduction to the Hong Kong Basic Law should be read not only by law students but also by anyone who is interested in how Hong Kong is being run after While any book discussing a sophisticated constitutional document might be forgiven for being somewhat dry and arcane, Introduction to the Hong Kong Basic Law is, happily,File Size: KB.
The Basic Law ensures that the legal system in the HKSAR will continue to give effect to the rule of law by providing that the laws previously in force in Hong Kong shall be maintained, save for any that contravene the Basic Law and subject to any subsequent amendment by.
Freshly revised and updated, this concise introduction to the legal system of Hong Kong provides an overview of the sources of law (including the mysteries of the common law) as well as its underlying principles, institutions, personnel, and many other aspects.
Introduction to Hong Kong's Legal System. The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, while constitutionally integrated into the People’s Republic of China, retains the common law system of governance used during its years under the jurisdiction of the United Kingdom.
An introduction to the Hong Kong legal system / Author: Peter Wesley-Smith. --Publication info: Hong Kong ; New York: Oxford University Press, An Introduction to the Hong Kong Legal System by Peter Wesley-Smith,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(5).
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Peter Wesley-Smith, An Introduction to the Hong Kong Legal System, OUP: (3rd Edition). This is available at the University Bookstore and copies are also available for reading in the Law Library.
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Some highlighting. An Introduction to the Hong Kong Legal System – Peter Wesley-Smith (3rd edition) - $50 - Many highlighting. Criminal Law in Hong Kong – Michael Jckson – $ [SOLD]. English and Hong Kong Law), as well as students studying Hong Kong Basic Law on the Diploma in Legal Studies and the Associate of Arts in Legal Studies.
History is, of course, constantly evolving. Important developments can be expected in coming years, especially as Hong Kong moves towards the promised introduction of uni. LawInfoChina provides a detailed overview in English of the Chinese Legal System (open access).
The China ABC section of the English part of the The State Council of the People's Republic of China website contains information on the Supreme People's Court, the legislative and legal systems, the government, and Ministry documents. The Foreign Law Guide (UniMelb staff & student access Author: Robin Gardner.
Peter Wesley-Smith, An Introduction to the Hong Kong Legal System, OUP: (3rd Edition). This is available at the University Bookstore and copies are also available for reading in the Law Library. However, it is insufficient to rely only on this text as it is only introductory in nature and you will.
After shadowing a barrister for a week, I made this video on Hong Kong's legal system as part of my CAS project. To anyone who is curious about Hong Kong's legal system. Bryan O'Hare, partner of Hill Dickinson provides with a brief overview of the Hong Kong legal system. THE LEGAL SYSTEM OF THE HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION THE HONORABLE J.F.
MATHEWS, C.M.G., J.P.* 1. INTRODUCTION will be a momentous year for Hong Kong - a year dominated by the great and historic event: the transfer of sover-eignty from Britain to the People's Republic of China on July 1.
&( &(6 2) +21** /$: 3ulpdu\ 6rxufhv,qwhuqdwlrqdo /dz. This introduction traces the origins of the Hong Kong Basic Law and the concepts and legal issues that surround it. Drawing on the experience of the first 15 years, it then analyses the content of the Hong Kong Basic Law, especially in relation to Hong Kong's political system Author: Danny Gittings.
Accountancy by The Open University of Hong Kong. This book covers the following topics: Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Introduction to Accountancy, Principles of accounting, Separate Entity Concept, Financial Statements, 3 The Accounting Equation, Double Entry, Accounting Standards, Assets, Liabilities, Cash, Investments.
The law of Hong Kong is unique, being a common law system preserved, after the handover to China inwithin the civil law system of the People's Republic of China (PRC), under the principle of ‘one country, two systems'.
Since the handover, the constitutional framework is provided by the Hong Kong Basic Law, which is a national law of the PRC and has constitutional status in Hong Kong. This book is about contracts and the general legal principles which affect or regulate contracts. Instead of being a specialized textbook for law students, this book aims to introduce contract law to readers from different fields such as construction, accountancy, social work, and, foreign-based individuals from countries whose legal systems are based upon the civil law legal system.
Business Law in Hong Kong, now in its fifth edition, continues to provide an analysis of the general principles relating to the laws of business and the legal system in Hong Kong. Notable highlights for the fifth edition.
For this sixth edition of Hong Kong Tenancy Law, revisions have been made to parts of the text concerning oral tenancy agreements, short leases, registration of leases, the term of the lease, exemption clauses, the tenant’s representative on management committees, repairs, relief against forfeiture, vacant possession and damages.
Table of Contents for Hong Kong Legal System Notes. Introduction. How to use Conversion Notes. Abbreviations. Development of the Hong Kong Legal System () A. Background. Supreme Court Ordinance ii. The Application of English Law Ordinance iii.
Sino-British Joint Declaration. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.Eric Ip, Law & Justice in Hong Kong () Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell Michael J. Fischer, The Legal System of Hong Kong () Hong Kong: Blue Dragon Asia Ltd. Stefan HC Lo & Wing Hong Chui, The Hong Kong Legal System () Singapore: McGraw- Hill Education (Asia) Ian Dobinson and Derek Roebuck, Introduction to Law in the Hong Kong SAR, 2nd ed., Sweet & Maxwell, Hong Kong.The introduction of the bill caused widespread criticism domestically and abroad from the legal profession, journalist organisations, business groups, and foreign governments fearing the erosion of Hong Kong's legal system and its built-in safeguards, as well as damage to Hong Kong Considered by: Legislative Council of Hong Kong.