The only authoritative source you need for succinct, comprehensive and pertinent explanation on the Rules of Hong Kong Courts, and its application in decided Hong Kong cases.
Hong Kong Civil Court Practice
Playing by the Rules
The ball is in your court
The perfect tool and guide that helps you identify, comprehend and articulate the correct Orders and regulations to bring your case home!
The order of the day
"It is procedure which brings to life the rights of the people. What use is a right under contract, the right to personal liberty, without a means of enforcement? Damages, habeas corpus, yes; but how does one get them?" -
Preface, Hong Kong Civil Court Procedure
The Hong Kong Civil Court Practice is a comprehensive commentary on Hong Kong civil litigation. Your essential guide to bringing, defending and appealing in any civil proceedings.
The original standard reference to Hong Kong's civil procedure rules providing section by section annotations to the Rules of the High Court, the High Court Ordinance, the Limitation Ordinance, the Court of Final Appeal Ordinance and Rules, the District Court Ordinance and Rules, and a section devoted to family law statutes and subsidiary legislation, all with extensive commentary, discussion and comparative analysis, kept well up to date on a bi-monthly basis.
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
WS Clarke, BA, LLB (Brit Col), LLM (London), Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Judicature in Northern Ireland, Solicitor of the High Court of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Honorary Lecturer, Department of Professional Legal Education, University of Hong Kong, Editorial Board member of Hong Kong Cases
PY Lo, LLB (London), Barrister of the English and Hong Kong Bars (Co-authors for Volume 2), General Editor of Hong Kong Cases
Michael Wilkinson, BA, LLB (Cantab), Barrister of the Inner Temple, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong (Co-authors for Volume 2)
Updates: The content is updated 7 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 (6 binders), Lexis Advance® Hong Kong & Lexis Red®