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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Judicial Review in Hong Kong 2nd ed isbn 9789888147717

Judicial Review in Hong Kong


ISBN13: 9789888016488
New Edition ISBN: 9789888147717
Published: July 2009
Publisher: LexisNexis Singapore
Country of Publication: Hong Kong
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Judicial Review in Hong Kong is a clear and comprehensive exposition of the law and practice relating to judicial review as it is conducted in Hong Kong. Written by two practising members of the Bar (an English Queen's Counsel and a Hong Kong Senior Counsel) it takes account of the fast-moving changes that have taken place in Hong Kong including the recent Civil Justice reforms insofar as they affect judicial review.

There have been a plethora of new decisions and, in particular, judicial review has seen an expansion due to judges applying the remedy to an increasing range of public bodies. The proliferation of constitutional challenges and developing principles relating to fundamental rights have also provoked reappraisal of the methods by which executive review is conducted as well as raising new and challenging issues for those practising and deciding cases in this field.

Judicial Review in Hong Kong addresses, in logical order, law and procedure, constitutional challenges and judicial review in specific areas of practice. It includes coverage on:-

  • Commercial Judicial Review
  • Procurement
  • Planning and the Environment
  • Right of abode
  • Constitutional challenges
  • Telecommunications and Competition
  • Criminal Judicial Review
  • Licensing decisions
  • Fundamental rights challenges
  • Practice and procedure