The perfect drafting resource for litigators to help you through all essential stages of proceedings
Atkin's Court Forms Hong Kong
This work is Hong Kong's only encyclopaedic collection of civil litigation forms, precedents and procedure required in civil proceedings before the courts in Hong Kong.
Making case management manageable
Writ at your fingertips
An unrivaled collection of practice commentaries, procedural tables, civil litigation forms, precedents and other documents used in civil proceedings of the High Court and District Court in Hong Kong.
Always on top form
Atkin's Court Forms Hong Kong is Hong Kong's only encyclopaedic collection of civil litigation forms, precedents and procedure required in civil proceedings before the courts in Hong Kong.
An unrivalled collection of the main procedural documents required in every civil proceeding before the courts in Hong Kong
This essential practical encyclopedia is the authoritative local version of the UK encyclopaedic work, fully adapted to the needs of the Hong Kong practitioner. This work is designed to be the perfect drafting tool for litigators, helping to ensure that you find the right form for the right process to assist you in the smooth operation of the court process.
Your guide through all the essential stages of proceedings, from pre-action to post judgment.
- The Hon Mr Justice Chan PJ
- The Hon Mr Justice Hartmann JA
- Mr Anthony Rogers
- The Hon Mdm Justice Chu JA
- His Hon Judge Bruno Chan
- Mr Ronny Tong SC
- The Hon Mr Justice Cheung JA
- Mr Tony Yen
- Mr Nicholas Hunsworth
- The Hon Mdm Justice Yuen JA
- Professor Michael Wilkinson
- Administrative law
- Banking and Bills of Exchange
- Bankruptcy and Insolvency
- Building contracts
- Bills of sale
- Civil aviation
- Sale of Goods
- Companies (General, Winding up)
- Family law
- Intellectual Property (Copyright, Patents)
- Land - Easements
- Landlord and tenant
- Land - Mortgages
- Sale of Land
- Personal injuries
- Probate and administration of estates
- Settlement and compromise
Updates: The content is updated and reissued bimonthly to accommodate new cases, legislative changes as well as updates in the practice and procedure of each area of law.
Format: Looseleaf set (10 binders); LexisHK (Online)