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Published by: Hong Kong University Press. This book is the result of a perceived need for an updated work on the general principles of law in Hong Kong intended for use by non-law students and professionals, and the general public

Published by: Hong Kong University Press. This book is the result of a perceived need for an updated work on the general principles of law in Hong Kong intended for use by non-law students and professionals, and the general public. While there are publications on specific legal fields, no recent book includes several core legal subjects presented in a general manner.

Hong Kong Legal Principles book. Published January 22nd 2013 by Hong Kong University Press. Providing a modern-day guide to Hong Kong’s general principles.

This book is the result of a perceived need for an updated work on the general principles of law in Hong Kong intended for use by non-law students and professionals, and the general public.

Stephen D. Mau. Hong Kong University Press, 1 февр. Hong Kong University Press, 2006 - 506 sayfa. This book is the result of a perceived need for an updated work on the general principles of law in Hong Kong intended for use by non-law students and professionals, and the general public

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Items related to Hong Kong Legal Principles: Important Topics for . Publisher: Hong Kong University Press, 2013 Stephen D. Mau is an assistant professor and deputy award coordinator for the Master of Diploma in Construction.

Items related to Hong Kong Legal Principles: Important Topics for Students. Publisher: Hong Kong University Press, 2013. Stephen D. Mau is an assistant professor and deputy award coordinator for the Master of Diploma in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution programme in the Department of Building and Real Estate, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Stephen Mau. Providing a modern-day guide to Hong Kong’s general principles of law, this volume makes an ideal companion for students and non-legal professionals. Redesigned as a practical guide to common legal principles, including contract, tort, employment, and property law, the volume better helps readers understand and anticipate the legal issues pertaining to today’s commercial environments and private transactions. New material includes coverage of recent court decisions.

Author: Stephen D. Publisher: Hong Kong University Press. Providing a modern-day guide to Hong Kong's general principles of law, this volume makes an ideal companion for students and non-legal professionals. Published In: January 2013. Format: Paperback, 612 pages. Jurisdiction: Hong Kong ? Disclaimer: Countri(es) stated herein are used as reference only. List Price: HKD 31. 0. HKD 30. 0 Save HKD . 0 (3%).

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Johannes Chan, H L Fu, Yash Ghai (eds,) Hong Kong's constitutional debate: Conflict over Interpretation (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2000). Statutory Materials Simon Young, "The Essential Statutes on Hong Kong Criminal Law and Procedure 2008/2009", (Lexis-Nexis Butterworths, 2008). Additional References Smith & Hogan (ed. David Ormerod), "Criminal Law: Cases and Materials", (Butterworths, 10th ed, 2009).

Providing a modern-day guide to Hong Kong’s general principles of law, this volume makes an ideal companion for students and non-legal professionals. The text now reflects the numerous changes made to Hong Kong law since the publication of the first edition in 2006. Redesigned as a practical guide to common legal principles, including contract, tort, employment, and property law, the volume better helps readers understand and anticipate the legal issues pertaining to today’s commercial environments and private transactions. New material includes coverage of recent court decisions and revisions to Hong Kong ordinances.