The company is a critical legal concept in all modern legal systems and an essential vehicle for investment and economic function. The Companies Ordinance (Cap.622) governs the incorporation, powers, authority and functions of companies in Hong Kong. It is a huge legislation comprising 921 Sections, 11 Schedules and 13 Subsidiary Legislations, including the new Non-Hong Kong Companies (Disclosure of Company Name, Place of Incorporation and Members’ Limited Liability) Regulation (Cap.622M, Sub.Leg.) which came into effect on 1 August 2019.
Now in its 7th edition, the Companies Ordinance (Cap.622): Commentary and Annotations 2021 continues to be the definitive practitioner guide to the understanding and operation of the Companies Ordinance. Kingsley Ong, Partner at Eversheds Sutherland and Alice Leung, Partner at Anthony Siu & Co continue as General Editors. Written by a team of leading company law specialists, this two-volume work is an essential text for all company law practitioners, academics and students.