Contract Law in Hong Kong

 

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Contract Law in Hong Kong
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9789626614402
Sep 2011
Softcover, 500 pp

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“Provides a clear and comprehensive account of the modern law of contract as applied and practiced in Hong Kong … Explains the underlying principles of contract law, with sufficient detail for a proper understanding of the subject, as well as elucidating some of the more intricate aspects of the subject … covers all the major areas of contract law … ideal … for law students and for practitioners as a reference text.”

Lee Mason, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Hong Kong

Written by an expert in contract law – Mr Lee Mason
  • Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Hong Kong, teaches primarily in the area of Contract Law on both the JD and LLB programmes
  • Has written extensively on contract law
 
“Demystifies” complex principles
  • Explains the underlying principles of contract law
  • Elucidates some of the more intricate aspects of contract law
 
Focuses on local law and application in particular
  • Provides a clear and comprehensive account of the modern law of contract, written in the context of Hong Kong setting
  • High relevance to Hong Kong’s contract law practice
 
Full Description:
Contract law in Hong Kong has become substantially localized in recent years. There have been many important local cases, including seminal judgments in key areas such as undue influence. Hong Kong’s legislation has unique aspects, such as the Unconscionable Contracts Ordinance. What’s more, the application of contract law has to be understood in the context of a Hong Kong setting. “Contract Law in Hong Kong” is therefore a very welcome and timely publication. Written by an expert, Mr Lee Mason, it is comprehensive in scope, emphasizes the large body of local law, and is written in a clear style that “demystifies” intricate areas of law.