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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Family Law and Practice in Hong Kong 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9789626615720
Previous Edition ISBN: 9789626613627
Published: March 2014
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Hong Kong
Country of Publication: Hong Kong
Format: Hardback
Price: Price on Application

Family law is a delicate subject simply by virtue of the fact that it is about the breakup of the family. The tone of the book encourages doing what’s in the best interests of children at all times. Many precedents are attached to the main text which aim to help new practitioners in this area.

Important cases covered in this edition:

    The landmark decision of LKW v DD [2010] 13 HKCFAR 537 in the Court of Final Appeal — Sets out clear guidelines for the courts and practitioners to follow in respect of marital property division The Court of Final Appeal case of KEWS v NCHC [2013] concerning the financial support from third parties and categorically disapproved of previous family court decisions which allowed for ‘judicious encouragement’ which allowed the court to frame an order in such a way as to ‘encourage’ third parties to provide financial support to one of the parties

Includes a significant section on child maintenance where the parties are unmarried — an increasing trend in Hong Kong

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Other Jurisdictions , China
Jurisdiction of the Family Court – Divorce and Dissolution
Practice and Procedure of the Divorce Suit
Jurisdiction and Forum
Ancillary Relief: The Law;
Ancillary Relief: Orders That Can Be Made
Variation and Maintenance Pending Suit Applications
Ancillary Relief: Practice and Procedure
Nuptial Agreements
Trusts and Divorce
The Law in Relation to Children
Practice and Procedure in relation to Children
Other Applications Relating to Children
Hong Kong Law Reform Commission Report on Child Custody Access
Domestic Violence in Hong Kong
Injunctive Relief on Financial Matters
Enforcement of Judgments
Legal Aid
Family Mediation
International Overview of Matrimonial Finance in Other Jurisdictions.