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Author Nissim, Roger.

Title Land administration and practice in Hong Kong / Roger Nissim.

Published Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press ; London : Eurospan [distributor], 2012.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Law  KT 4243 NISS    AVAILABLE
Edition 3rd ed.
Physical description x, 222 pages : colour maps ; 23 cm
Notes Previous ed.: 2008.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: Section I Historical Development of Land Administration -- 1.The First Land Sales, 1841-1842 -- 2.The Early Years, 1843-1898 -- 3.1898 Onwards --- The New Territories Lease -- 4.The Sino-British Joint Declaration 1984 and Basic Law 1990 -- 5.Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government -- Section II Present-Day Land Administration -- 6.Economic Background and Land Needs -- 7.Lands Department Functions Under Administrative Law -- 8.Land Exchange and Lease Modifications -- 9.Development Control in Older Lease Conditions -- 10.Access Arrangements and Rights of Way -- 11.Town Planning Controls and Development Restrictions in Lease Conditions -- 12.Land Management and Lease Enforcement -- Section III Land Administration Problems and Practice Associated With the New Territories -- 13.Land Exchange Entitlements (Also Known as Letters A/B) -- 14.Small House Policy and the 300-Foot Rule -- 15.Limitations Ordinance and Adverse Possession --
Contents note continued: 16.Tsos and Tongs and Their Impact on Land Assembly -- 17.Succession -- 18.Fung Shui and Graves -- 19.Boundary Disputes, Missing Lots and Missing Documents -- Section IV Future Developments in Land Administration -- 20.How Planning and Land Policy Could Be Used to Enhance Conservation in Hong Kong -- 21.The Land Titles Ordinance 2004.
Subject Land use -- China -- Hong Kong -- Management.
Land use -- Government policy -- China -- Hong Kong.
Land tenure -- Government policy -- China -- Hong Kong.
Leases -- China -- Hong Kong -- Management.
Real estate development -- Government policy -- China -- Hong Kong.
ISBN 9789888083800 (paperback)
9888083805 (paperback)