Stephen D. Mau
This book focuses on the rules regulating property and conveyancing which apply in the territory and is intended for use by the non-lawyer. The organizational structure and concise text reflect this goal. For readers desiring additional information, an extensive notes section provides more comprehensive and detailed explanations as well as Chinese translations of key legal terms.
As a survey, this text is appropriate for students of law, non-law professionals who need an overview of the subject, and general readers.
Stephen D. Mau, BA, JD, LLM is a US-qualified attorney at law who formerly taught international commercial arbitration as an assistant professor of law in City University of Hong Kong’s MA programme in arbitration and dispute resolution. He is presently an assistant professor of law in the Faculty of Construction and Environment at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University where he is the deputy award coordinator for the Master of Science/Postgraduate Diploma in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution programme in the Department of Building and Real Estate. He continues to be involved in the dispute resolution field and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a member of the American Arbitration Association, as well as a HKMAAL accredited mediator. He has also published articles in international arbitration journals as well as several books on general Hong Kong legal principles.