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This book explores legal and constitutional issues in Hong Kong's relationship with mainland China through an analysis of the litigation on the right of abode of the children of Hong Kong residents who are born and live in the mainland.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Frontmatter
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-vii
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  1. Preface
  2. pp. ix-xii
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  1. Acknowledgements
  2. pp. xiii-xiv
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. xv-xvi
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  1. Part 1. Academic Analysis
  2. p. 1
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  1. Litigating the Basic Law: Jurisdiction, Interpretation and Procedure
  2. pp. 3-52
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  1. Why the Court ofFinal Appeal Was Wrong: Comments of the Mainland Scholars on the Judgment of the Court of Final Appeal
  2. pp. 53-59
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  1. Judicial Independence: A Reply to the Comments of the Mainland Legal Experts on the Constitutional Jurisdiction of the Court of Final Appeal
  2. pp. 61-71
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  1. The Court of Final Appeal's Ruling in the 'Illegal Migrant' Children Case: Congressional Supremacy and Judicial Review
  2. pp. 73-96
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  1. Supremacy of a Different Kind: The Constitution, the NPC and the Hong Kong SAR
  2. pp. 97-111
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  1. The Court of Final Appeal's Ruling in the 'Illegal Migrant' Children Case: A Critical Commentary on the Application of Article 158 of the Basic Law
  2. pp. 113-141
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  1. The Reference to the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress under Article 158 of the Basic Law: The Question of Methodology
  2. pp. 143-150
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  1. The Proper Law for the Conflict between the Basic Law and Other Legislative Acts of the National People's Congress
  2. pp. 151-170
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  1. What the Court of Final Appeal Has Not Clarified in Its Clarification: Jurisdiction and Amicus Intervention
  2. pp. 171-181
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  1. Interpretation of Law by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
  2. pp. 183-197
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  1. The NPC Interpretation and Its Consequences
  2. pp. 199-215
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  1. Part 2. Public Debate
  2. p. 217
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  1. Reaction to the CEA Decision
  2. pp. 219-245
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  1. Reaction to the Clarification
  2. pp. 246-258
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  1. Impact Assessment of the Government
  2. pp. 259-304
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  1. Impact Assessment of the Government
  2. pp. 305-412
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  1. Part 3. Cases and Documents
  2. p. 413
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  1. Ng Ka Ling and Others v Director of Immigration [1999] 1 HKLRD 315
  2. pp. 415-460
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  1. Ng Ka Ling and Others v Director of Immigration (No 2) [1999] 1 HKLRD 577
  2. pp. 461-462
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  1. Chan Kam Nga and Others v Director of Immigration [1999] 1 HKLRD 304
  2. pp. 463-473
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  1. The Chief Executive's Report to the State Council Concerning the Right of Abode
  2. pp. 474-477
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  1. The Speech by Mr Qiao Xiaoyang in the NPC Standing Committee
  2. pp. 481-486
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  1. Lau Kong Yung and Others v Director of Immigration, Final Appeal Nos. 10 and 11 of 1999 (Civil) (On Appeal From CACV Nos. 108 and 109 of 1999)
  2. pp. 487-532
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Additional Information

ISBN
9789882201767
Related ISBN
9789622095090
MARC Record
OCLC
654124470
Pages
548
Launched on MUSE
2012-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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