Judicial Review in Hong Kong 2nd ed

Judicial Review in Hong Kong 2nd ed
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Judicial Review in Hong Kong 2nd edition 2014 by Richard Gordon, Johnny Mok, published by LexisNexis.

Have the comprehensive content on hand to deal with an array of equity and trusts matters, through:

- Updates on legislation based on the recent Trustee Ordinance (Cap 29) amendments
- Comprehensive coverage beyond Hong Kong to include English and Australian references
- Hong Kong case law dates back to the colonial era
- Expert analysis of the underlying issues and complex legal concepts
- Clear, factual illustrations of the application of the law

"This admirable work, now in its third edition, continues to be an extremely useful treatise on equity and trusts to local practitioners and judges. It contains all the important topics in this area of the law, with elaborate exposition of the relevant concepts and principles, supported by cases decided in England, Australia, Hong Kong and other common law courts. It is comprehensively researched and presented in a clear and systematic way." 
Patrick Chan, Non Permanent Judge, Court of Final Appeal


1 Judicial Review - 
Nature and Scope of Judicial Review in Hong Kong and the Parties to Judicial Review Proceedings
 2 Judicial Review Procedure
 3 Judicial Review as an Exclusive Remedy - Procedural Exclusivity and its Exceptions
 4 Grounds for Judicial Review
 5 Remedies
 6 Legal Foundations of Fundamental Rights and Other Constitutional Protections in Hong Kong - 
the Bill of Rights and the Basic Law
 7 The Content of Fundamental and Other Constitutional Rights in Hong Kong
 8 The Doctrine of Proportionality in Constitutional and Fundamental Rights Challenges
 9 Telecommunications and Competition
 10 Criminal Judicial Review
 11 Planning and the Environment
 12 The Right of Abode and Rights of Residence
 13 Public Procurement
 14 Financial Regulation and Other Licensing Decisions
 15 Limits of Judicial Review