The only authoritative source you need for succinct, comprehensive and pertinent explanation on the practice of upholding and maintaining a corporate personality in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Corporate Law
Call a meeting to order
Pierce the corporate veil
"The courts can and often do draw aside the veil. They can, and often do, pull off the mask. They look to see what really lies behind."
Lord Denning, Littlewoods Mail Order Stores Ltd v IRC  3 All ER 442
Your local authority on Corporate Law
Hong Kong Corporate Law also covers areas of practice that are unique to Hong Kong like the corporate veil, meetings, minority shareholders and rights, directors' rights and duties, and other relevant legal attributes.
Hong Kong Corporate Law aims to provide you with an exhaustive framework in understanding corporate law from a functional and practical perspective incorporating the new company law regime
The in depth discussions and analysis in this text contained within this four-binder looseleaf service covers the basic structure of corporate law practice, and presents a succinct and comprehensive commentary in relation to companies, including partnership, insolvency, capital maintenance and corporate finance, directors duties and accountability, shareholders rights and enforcement issues, financial disclosure, accountancy and audit provisions, securities, corporate transformation and restructuring, liquidation and winding up.
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Chapter I - Introduction to Corporate Law in Hong Kong
Chapter II - Types of Company, Corporation Formation and Registration, Corporate Structure and Constitution
Chapter III - Legal Personality, Consequences of Incorporation and Promoters
Chapter IV - External Dealings of Companies and Documents Execution
Chapter V - Internal Relationships, Membership Administration Management and Control, Majority Dichotomy
Chapter VI - Share Capital and Financial Administration
Chapter VII - Loans, Charges and Receivership
Chapter VIII - Accountability and Enforcement- Directions, Company Secretaries and Shareholders
Chapter IX - Restructuring and Winding up
Paul Kwan, LLB (Hons), LLM, Solicitor of the High Court of the Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region, Partner, Deacons Hong Kong
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™