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Hong Kong

Arbitration Law Handbook

Hong Kong OVERVIEW Hong Kong law is a common law system and many of its laws are historically based on English law. Despite the change of sovereignty which took place in 1997, the existing Hong Kong laws relating to arbitration have not changed, and are not expected to change in the foreseeable future.

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