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Property Law in Hong Kong: An Introductory Guide

Property

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9789888028603
Stephen D. Mau
香港大學出版社
2010年1月01日
150.00  元
HK$ 135
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This is one in a series of books seeking to introduce the reader to the frequently encountered legal rules in Hong Kong. This publication, in particular, focuses on the rules regulating property and conveyancing which apply in the territory. The book is intended for use by the non-lawyer. The organizational structure reflects this goal: the text is kept short. For readers desiring additional information, an extensive endnote section provides much more comprehensive and detailed explanations. The endnote sections also includes Chinese translations of the legal terms used in this publication. The Table of Contents is detailed and serves as a convenient outline. An Index contributes to making this book easy to use.

As a survey, this text is appropriate for an audience which would include, for example: students required to study legal subjects; foreign-based non-law professionals needing an overview of the relevant subject; local professionals whose work involves a legal element; and, the general public.

Stephen D. Mau BA, JD, LLM is a US qualified counsel who formerly taught international commercial arbitration as an Assistant Professor of Law in City University of Hong Kong's MA programme in arbitration and dispute resolution. He is presently a lecturer in the Faculty of Construction and Land Use at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and is the Deputy Award Coordinator for the Master of Science / Postgraduate Diploma in the Construction Law and Dispute Resolution programme in the Department of Building and Real Estate. He continues to be involved in the dispute resolution field and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and the American Arbitration Association, and has acted for clients in arbitrations. He has also published articles in international arbitration journals as well as several books on general Hong Kong legal principles.




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