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Hong Kong Civil Court Practice 2023

Author :  Julienne Jen

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Country
Hong Kong
Publisher
LexisNexis Hong Kong, Hong Kong
ISBN 9789888814152
Format HardBound
Language English
Year of Publication 2023
Bib. Info 2v. 2000p.
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Hong Kong Civil Court Practice is a collaborative effort, first published in 1994. It states the full up-to-date text of the Rules of the High Court in Hong Kong along with full commentary. Notable contributors to this essential reference work in Hong Kong civil procedure include accomplished practitioners and academics alike. Hong Kong Civil Court Practice is the original reference work on the Hong Kong Rules and has been updated more than 90 times since first publication. Hong Kong Civil Court Practice is a collaborative effort, first published in 1994. It states the full up-to-date text of the Rules of the High Court in Hong Kong along with full commentary. Notable contributors to this essential reference work in Hong Kong civil procedure include accomplished practitioners and academics alike. Hong Kong Civil Court Practice is the original reference work on the Hong Kong Rules and has been updated more than 100 times since its first publication. What's key in this title Consolidation of pending actions - The court’s discretion to consolidate pending actions is ‘unfettered’: Yu Quan Li and Anor v Suen Kin Wing [2022] HKCU 2205, [2022] HKCFI 1364. Summary judgment and default judgment - A summary judgment application taken out where a defendant failed to give a notice of intention to defend would be dismissed by the court. See Sum Chi Chung v Tsang Kwok Hung [2022] HKCU 306, [2022] HKCFI 166. Security for costs (time to give security) - The court summarised the relevant legal principles governing extension of time to provide security in Two Way Media Ltd v PCCW Ltd and Ors [2022] HKCU 1712, [2022] HKCFI 1130. Power to set aside judgment given in absence of party - The circumstances where a court would allow a hearing are discussed in Ng Nim Chung, Deceased & Anor v Ng Wing Man Terry [2022] 3 HKC 352, [2022] HKCFI 673. Address for service of party giving notice of intention to act in person - In Ng Sew Hoi and Anor v Chong Yin Sing and Anor [2022] HKCU 1461, [2022] HKCFI 910, the court did not strictly enforce the rule to require the 2nd plaintiff to give a Hong Kong service address and made a general order for substituted service of all future documents on the 2nd plaintiff to be sent by email.

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