Hong Kong Law Journal 1971 - 2017

Vol. 35, Part 1 of 2005

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMMENTS
The Politics of Succession in Hong Kong Yash Ghai and Jill Cottrell 1
A Tale of the Unexpected: Tung’s Resignation and the Ensuing Constitutional Controversy Benny Y. T. Tai 7
The “Replacement” Chief Executive’s Two-Year Term: A Pure and Unambiguous Common Law Analysis Robert J. Morris 17
Reforming the Law of Child Custody and Access: A Comment Michael Freeman 29
ANALYSIS
The “Missing” Link P. Y. Lo 39
Wife-sureties, Non-commercial Sureties and the O’Brien-Etridge Principles: The Hong Kong Position Low Kee Yang 45
Search and Seizure of Journalistic Material: the Sing Tao Daily Case Andrew S. Y. Li and Ann Lui 69
The House of Lords at the Crossroads of Privacy and Confidence Cheng Lim Saw and Gary Chan 91
ARTICLES
The Emergence of Constitutional Conventions in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Sonny Shiu Hing-Lo 103
Hard Times, Absconding Expatriates and the Possibility of PAYE in Hong Kong Elaine Lee and Michael Littlewood 129
When Divorce and Bankruptcy Collide … Emily Ng Jia Yan 151
CHINESE LAW
Human Rights as “Foreign Affairs”: China’s Reporting Under Human Rights Treaties Sophia Woodman 179
The Hidden Bombs Are Ready to Tick: China’s Banking Market for Foreign Investors After the WTO Accession Dongwook Lee 205
PERSONAL INJURIES
Recent Awards 223
Multipliers 239
REVIEW ARTICLES
Land Reform Policy: The Challenge of Human Rights Law, Ben Chigara Jill Cottrell 241
Bridging the Global Divide on Human Rights: A Canada-China Dialogue, Errol P. Mendes and Anik Lalonde-Roussy (eds) Fu Hua Ling 244
The Law of Subsidies Under the GATT/WTO System, Marc Benitah Matt Bushehri 247
Hong Kong Personal Insolvency Manual, Charles D. Booth, Philip Smart and Stephen Briscoe Susan S. H. Kwan 252


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Vol. 35, Part 2 of 2005

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMMENTS
The NPCSC’s Interpretation in Spring 2005 Albert H. Y. Chen 255
The Executive Order on Covert Surveillance: Legality Undercover? Simon N. M. Young 265
LECTURES
The Beginning and End of the Life Cycle Dame Elizabeth Butler-Sloss 277
The Role of a Supreme Court in a Democracy and the Fight Against Terrorism Aharon Barak 287
ARTICLES
Litigants in Person in Civil Proceedings: Part III Recovering Costs Elsa Kelly 309
The Tax Consequences of Withdrawals of Trading Stock: Resolving the Conundrum of Sharkey v Wernher Michael Littlewood 327
Hong Kong Courts’ Jurisdiction to Enforce Intellectual Property Rights Infringed By Internet Contents Ng Hon Wah 367
In Defence of the Doctrine of Forum Non Conveniens Dan Jerker B. Svantesson 395
Source of Profits – Its Time (For Change) Andrew Halkyard 421
Keeping the Ill Out: Immigration Issues in Asia concerning the Exclusion of Infectious Diseases Andreas Schloenhardt 445
CHINESE LAW
Commercial Development and Regulation in Late Imperial China: An Historical Review Chenxia Shi 481
PERSONAL INJURIES
Recent Awards 503
Multipliers 521
REVIEW ARTICLES
Archbold Hong Kong 2005 – Criminal Law, Pleading, Evidence and Practice, The Honourable Mr Justice Stock JA, Clive Grossman and Mr I. Grenville Cross (eds) Amanda Whitfort 523
Insurance Law and Practice in Hong Kong, S. H. Goo and R. Merkin (eds) Suneeti Kaushal 526
Hong Kong Evidence Casebook, Simon N. M. Young Anthony Upham 529
God and Caesar in China: Policy Implications of Church-State Tensions Jason Kindopp and Carol Lee Hamrin (eds) Lison Harris 532


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Vol. 35, Part 3 of 2005

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMMENTS
The Fate of the Constitutional Reform Proposal of October 2005 Albert Chen 537
ARTICLES
Leung v Secretary For Justice: Privacy, Equality and the Hypersexualised Homosexual Stereotype Robert Danay 545
Multi-lateral Recognition of PKI Certification Authorities in the Asian Region: Transborder Data Flow and Information Privacy Issues Alana Maurushat 569
Valuation of Shares for a Buyout Ordered by the Court Ip Sze Wai 597
Hong Kong Land Titles Ordinance: The Shape of Things to Come Lydia Chan 627
Worker Misconduct and the Denial of Claims Under the Employees' Compensation Ordinance Rick Glofcheski 651
Wrongful Life Claims: A Comparative Analysis John Anthony Eaton 671
CHINESE LAW
The Chinese Criminal Defence System: A Comparative Study of a System in Reform Amanda Whitfort 695
Reinforcing the Web: Reforming the People's Mediation System in Urban China Aaron Halegua 715
PERSONAL INJURIES
Recent Awards 751
Multipliers 761
REVIEW ARTICLES
Bribery and Corruption Law in Hong Kong, Ian McWalters Anne Carver 769
Sentencing in Hong Kong, I Grenville Cross and Patrick W.S. Cheung (in collaboration with Elaine Y.L. Tsui) Simon Young 773
Cyber-Crime: The Challenge in Asia, Roderic Broadhurst and Peter Grabosky Yee Fen Lim 778


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