Encyclopaedia of Hong Kong Taxation

The Encyclopaedia of Hong Kong Taxation provides the most comprehensive, authoritative and regularly updated reference on the taxation system in Hong Kong


This extensive three-volume set provides quick and easy access to Stamp Duty and Profits Tax. The text is designed to be of practical use to the tax practitioner, and includes conceptual text, detailed annotations to the Stamp Duty Ordinance and the Inland Revenue Ordinance, and a complete set of the practice guides, notes and forms and provides the reader with clear guidance as to the content of the newly amended laws of stamp duty and profits tax, peculiarities of its practice and suggestions of how to avoid the pitfalls.

Providing answers to questions of law and fact, with a flip of a page, a click of a mouse,  or a swipe on your screen
Keep abreast of the latest developments
Stay up to date with the latest decisions and changing regulations across multiple jurisdictions, with content updated on a bi-monthly basis.
An authoritative voice
Highly regarded content written by experts in the field, and have been cited in over a hundred Hong Kong judgments and academic discussions.
Advise with confidence
Equip yourself with the most obvious to the most obscure principles, cases, and points of law, and its application in various jurisdictions.
A streamlined research experience
Alphabetically indexed Table of Cases, Table of Legislation and comprehensive subject index  provides a systematic research experience and optimises relevant search results.
Table of Contents
Volume 1: Stamp Duty
  • A Guide to the Hong Kong Stamp Duty Ordinance
  • Stamp Duty Ordinance Annotated
  • Practice Guides, Information Pamphlets and Directives
  • Stamp Duty Forms

Volumes 3,4&5 : Taxation of Income

  • A Guide to the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Ordinance
  • Revenue Ordinance Annotated
  • Interpretation and Practice Notes, Circular Letters and Information Pamphlets
  • Inland Revenue Department Forms
  • Tax Law Reform

Note: Volume 2 on Estate Duty has been discontinued since the abolition of Estate Duty in Hong Kong in 2005.

Authors
  • PG Willoughby OBE, JP,LLM (Lond), TEP, Formerly Professor of Law and Head of the Department of Professional Legal Education, University of Hong Kong, Formerly Consultant to Deacons, Solicitors
  • AJ Halkyard, LLB (Hons) (ANU), LLM (Virg), Barrister, Adjunct Professor, Law Faculty, University of Hong Kong
  • Susan M Leung, LLB (Hons) (University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne), Solicitor (Hong Kong), Tax Consultant, Herbert Smith, Hong Kong
  • Wilson W S Chow, LLB (Hons) (HKU), LLM (HKU), Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong, Consultant, Chu & Lau, Solicitors and Notaries, Hong Kong
  • Stefano Mariani, MA (Oxon), MSc (LSE), Barrister (Lincoln's Inn), Solicitor (England & Wales)
More Information

Updates: The content is updated 3 times a year to accommodate new cases, legislative changes, as well as updates in the practice and procedure in this area of law.

Format: Looseleaf set (4 binders), Lexis Advance® Hong Kong & Lexis Red™

ISBN: 9780409996340

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