Topical Issues in Tenancy Disputes and Building Management – 10 December 2020 (Thursday), 3pm – 4pm
More and more landlords and tenants are saying “see you in Court” as tenancy disputes soar in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. Disputes over the use of common parts involving incorporated owners of buildings are also becoming increasingly prevalent. Stay abreast of the latest legal developments in this area with Henry Cheng and Isabel Tam, who will offer updates, case analysis and insights on a practical selection of topical issues.
|10 December 2020 (Thursday)
|3pm – 4pm
|Henry Cheng & Isabel Tam
In this webinar, you will get up to speed on:
• Tenancy disputes – strategies for landlords vs strategies for tenants
• Guidance on summary proceedings
• Pros and cons of pursuing distraint proceedings
• Powers of incorporated owners – power to approve breaches of DMC vs. statutory duty to enforce the DMC
• Interaction between the DMC and the Building Management Ordinance, and more.
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He has also provided legal opinions on Hong Kong law in a number of listing applications to The Hong Kong Stock Exchange Limited, including on the compliance with the Companies Ordinance and the Competition Ordinance. His practice also includes other areas of civil matters such as personal injuries litigation, insurance disputes, defamation disputes, and disputes involving equity and trusts.
Called to the Bar in 2013, Isabel practises in a wide range of areas, with an emphasis on building management and property law, public law, family law, commercial law and regulatory matters. Her experience in building management includes: trials and hearings on adverse possession, management fees, disputes over common parts, IO meeting procedures, charging orders, and unauthorized building works.
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