Protection of property rights is never easy. It is even more important in Hong Kong, where space is at a premium and record prices for land transactions are constantly being set. Conveyancing and Property Litigation in Hong Kong provides readers with an overview of the legal issues that may affect a property. The book covers topics at every stage of a conveyancing transaction – before a sale of property, enjoyment of the property, and disposal of the property. With a unique character of land law from other Commonwealth jurisdictions, conveyancing practice in Hong Kong can be challenging for those unfamiliar with it. This book is written to guide practitioners through many of the common issues that may arise in conveyancing disputes, including adverse possession, easements over neighbouring land, building management disputes, and restrictive covenants in Government leases. Each topic is analysed through the lens of Hong Kong’s system of land holding with extensive reference to practical evidential and procedural issues. Conveyancing and Property Litigation in Hong Kong is written in a succinct and structured style, which makes it not only useful for practitioners, but for estate agents and investors as well.