Hong Kong Public Law Reports, Vol.2 (1992)
Hong Kong University Press, Jul 1, 1995 - Law - 836 pages
The Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance came into force in June 1991, ushering in an important new stage of development in the Hong Kong legal system. This series contains all the judgements in which Bill of Rights issues are decided, and is thus an invaluable reference for legal practitioners.
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