*Pre-order* Butterworths Hong Kong Contract Law Handbook 4th edition by Astina Au, Cindy Li, Elliot Fung, Adrian Lai, Kevin Lau, Yang-Wahn Hew, Sharon Yuen, published by LexisNexis.
This handbook is a detailed work of reference containing up to date commentary on seven Ordinances and includes supporting sections from three further Ordinances, including the Sale of Goods Ordinance (Cap 26), Factors Ordinance (Cap 48), Control of Exemption Clauses Ordinance (Cap 71), Misrepresentation Ordinance (Cap 284), Supply of Services (Implied Terms) Ordinance (Cap 457), Unconscionable Contracts Ordinance (Cap 458), Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Ordinance (Cap 623), Limitation Ordinance (Cap 347) (s 4), Law Amendment and Reform (Consolidation) Ordinance (Cap 23) (ss 11, 13-18, 21 and 23) and Electronic Transactions Ordinance (Cap 553) (ss 17-19).
Butterworths® Hong Kong Contract Law Handbook - Fourth Edition is a detailed work of reference containing a general introduction to the law of contract in Hong Kong and up-to-date annotated materials on the following:
• Sale of Goods Ordinance (Cap 26)
• Factors Ordinance (Cap 48)
• Control of Exemption Clauses Ordinance (Cap 71)
• Misrepresentation Ordinance (Cap 284)
• Supply of Services (Implied Terms) Ordinance (Cap 457)
• Unconscionable Contracts Ordinance (Cap 458)
• Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Ordinance (Cap 623)
• Limitation Ordinance (Cap 347) (s 4)
• Law Amendment and Reform (Consolidation) Ordinance (Cap 23) (ss 11, 13-18, 21 and 23)
• Electronic Transactions Ordinance (Cap 553) (ss 17-19)
All relevant cases and legislation are succinctly discussed in this practical guide for legal practitioners and students. The enhancements within this Fourth Edition makes this handbook a more comprehensive guide and will also be an invaluable source of information for businesspersons, company directors, HR professionals, importer-exporters and all those involved in the drafting of commercial agreements.
This work has been adopted as a recommended text at several law and business courses within the University of Hong Kong, City University of Hong Kong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Chapter 1 The Internet — Preliminary Points Chapter 2 Issues Concerning Jurisdiction Chapter 3 Defamation and the Internet Chapter 4 Advertising Law and the Internet — An Overview Chapter 5 Confidential Information Chapter 6 Computer Crimes and Misuse of Computers Chapter 7 Computer Evidence Chapter 8 Gambling Chapter 9 Pornography, Hate and Discrimination on the Internet Chapter 10 Interception and Surveillance of Internet Chapter 11 Copyright and the Internet Chapter 12 Hyperlinks Chapter 13 Peer-to-Peer File Sharing: The Hong Kong Perspective Chapter 14 Moral Rights Chapter 15 ‘Internet Type’ Trade Marks — Registration Chapter 16 Trade Marks: Infringement and Passing Off Chapter 17 Trade Marks, Copyright, Patents and the Web — International Dimensions Chapter 18 Domain Name Disputes — Arbitration in Hong Kong Chapter 19 Personal Data Privacy Chapter 20 Taxation of E-Commerce in Hong Kong Chapter 21 Electronic Contracts Chapter 22 Liability for E-(mis)information Chapter 23 Spam Chapter 24 China and the Internet