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Hong Kong Judiciary: Judgments and Legal Reference

Judgments from the following courts delivered between 1946 and 1948, and from 1968 onwards are available on this web site :

  • Court of Final Appeal (since its establishment in 1997)
  • Court of Appeal of the High Court
  • Court of First Instance of the High Court
  • District Court
  • Family Court
  • Lands Tribunal
  • In the normal course of event, a judgment will be available on this web site within 72 hours of its handing down. Cases of great importance or public interest will be put under "New Judgments" on the same day of their delivery.

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    The Laws of Hong Kong: BLIS

    This has been the Bilingual Laws Information System (BLIS) on the Internet prepared and hosted by the Department of Justice of Hong Kong for free public access since November 9, 1997. BLIS contains the Laws of Hong Kong in both Chinese and English.

    Users can search and retrieve the Ordinances and Sub-Legislation from BLIS. This service is free of charge. 

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    Hong Kong Legal Information Institute (HKLII)

    Hong Kong Legal Information Institute (HKLII)

    The Hong Kong Legal Information Institute (HKLII - pronounced 'H K Lee') is a free access legal information system developed and jointly operated by the University of Hong Kong Department of Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS) and Faculty of Law, with the kind assistance of the Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII).

    HKLII's mission is to provide free access to primary legal materials from Hong Kong (and some publicly available secondary materials) by use of technology that is both easy to use and powerful in the diversity of materials that it covers.

    The system is based on data obtained from sources in Hong Kong and the region. Mark-up, processing, database structure, search engine facilities, and some other aspects of technical infrastructure are adapted from software provided by AustLII. The Hong Kong, China and Taiwan pages (and some subject pages) of the World Law index are jointly prepared by HKU Faculty of Law and AustLII. The day to day operation of HKLII is carried out by HKU CSIS Department. The overall facility is managed jointly by HKU CSIS Department and Faculty of Law.