Hong Kong Law Journal 1971 - 2017

Vol. 33, Part 1 of 2003

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMMENTS
How Hong Kong Law Will Change When Article 23 of the Basic Law is Implemented Albert H.Y.Chen 1
ANALYSIS
Pre-contractual Statements: Misrepresentations or Collateral Contracts? Jessica Y. K. Young 9
Rental Deposits as (Quistclose) Trusts Rebecca Wing Chi Lee 27
Determining an Indeterminate Sentence Amanda Whitfort 35
ARTICLES
Personal Liability of Company Directors in Tort Francis Reynolds 51
The Expropriation Game: Minority Shareholders’ Protection Say H. Goo and Rolf H. Weber 71
Understanding Retroactivity: When the Past Just Ain’t What it Used to Be J. Paul Salembier 99
The Hong Kong Company Director’s Duty of Skill and Care: A Standard for the 21st Century? Paul Spink and Stephen Chan 139
The Right to Self-determination: Recent Developments in International Law and Their Relevance for the Tibetan People Kelley Loper 167
Political Policing in Hong Kong H. L. Fu and Richard Cullen 189
CHINESE LAW
The Plight of China’s Criminal Defence Lawyers Jerome A. Cohen 231
PERSONAL INJURIES
Recent Awards 249
Multipliers 260
REVIEW ARTICLES
Professionals & Fiduciaries: Perils and Pitfalls Simon BaughenJessica Y. K. Young 261


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Vol. 33, Part 2 of 2003

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMMENTS
Hong Kong’s Political Crisis of July 2003 Albert H. Y. Chen 265
ANALYSIS
Corporate Dimension of the Securities and Futures Ordinance S. H. Goo 271
Family Law Crossroads: Where to From Here? An Analysis of the Current Proposals for Change Sharon D. Melloy 289
ARTICLES
E-tax Planning: Tracing the Developments and Implications for Hong Kong in the New Economy Andrew Abraham 313
The Continuing Saga of Defective Execution of Conveyancing Documents: Statutory Intervention Michael Wilkinson 347
Legitimate Humanitarian Intervention Under International Law in the Context of the Current Human Rights and Humanitarian Crisis in Burma (Myanmar) Jeremy Sarkin and Marek Pietschmann 371
CHINESE LAW
Shenpi (Licensing) Reform From the Perspective of One Municipal Jurisdiction: Ideologies, Institutions, and Law Wei Cui 417
PERSONAL INJURIES
Recent Awards 481
Multipliers 496
REVIEW ARTICLES
Fighting Youth Crime: Success and Failure of Two Little Dragons, Alfred Choi and T. Wing Lo Wing Hong Chui 497
Model Law Decisions: Cases Applying the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration (1985–2001), Henri C. Alvarez, Neil Kaplan and David W. Rivkin Robert Morgan 501
Anglo-China, Chinese People and British Rule in Hong Kong 1841–1880, Christopher Munn Carol Tan 505
An Introduction to the International Criminal Court, William A. Schabas Simon N. M. Young 508


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Vol. 33, Part 3 of 2003

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMMENTS
The Paris Principles and Human Rights Institutions: Is Hong Kong Slipping Further Away From the Mark? Carole J. Petersen 513
ANALYSIS
A Loglinear Analysis of Legal Representation Statistics on Hearings of Civil Cases in the District Court of Hong Kong Wai-Sum Chan and Felix W. H. Chan 523
ARTICLES
Remedies against Telephone Tapping by the Government Ng Hon Wah 543
The Importance of Possession of Land Sukhninder Panesar 569
Litigants in Person in Civil Proceedings: Part II Solicitors’ Perspectives Elsa Kelly and Camille Cameron 585
Freedom of Expression and the Right of Journalists to Cover Protests and Demonstrations: Hong Kong and Beyond Yan Mei-Ning 613
Contesting the Legitimacy of Law Sin Wai Man 639
CHINESE LAW
Procuratorial Discretion in China: Formal Rules and Informal Practice Hou Xiaoyan 663
PERSONAL INJURIES
Recent Awards 685
Multipliers 695
REVIEW ARTICLES
Sympathy and Antipathy: Essays Legal and Philosophical, James Allan Raymond Wacks 697
Asia-Pacific Constitutional Systems, Graham Hassall and Cheryl Saunders Yash Ghai 703
International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, René Provost Lyal S. Sunga 705
Hong Kong Corporate Insolvency Manual, Philip Smart, Stephen Briscoe and Charles Booth C. K. Low 711
Consolidated contents, tables and index for Volume 33 713


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