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35 Hong Kong L.J. [i] (2005)

handle is hein.journals/honkon35 and id is 1 raw text is: HONG KONG LAW JOURNAL *49W T1
Founded 1971; incorporating commentaries on Chinese law
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]. Morris                 17
Reforming the Law of Child Custody and Access: A Comment
Michael Freeman                                                 29
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
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 NgJia 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
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 Lalonac Roussy (eds)
Fu Hualing                                                     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
VOLUME 35 m PART 1 m 2005

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