Tsang, Florence Chiu Wing 曾昭穎

Florence Tsang Chiu Wing v Samathur Li Kin Kan & Samuel Tak Lee
HK Court of Final Appeal, 10-Feb-2015
Secretary for Justice v Florence Tsang Chiu Wing & others
HK Court of Final Appeal, 6-Nov-2014
TCWF v LKKS, STL & OIL
HK Court of Appeal, 10-Jun-2014
The Court of Appeal declines applications from Florence Tsang and Samuel Lee to refer different aspects of the case to the Court of Final Appeal, and complains about the length of the submissions.
Secretary for Justice v FTCW, SLKK, STL & OIL
HK Court of Final Appeal, 23-Apr-2014
TCWF v LKKS, STL & OIL
HK Court of Appeal, 14-Apr-2014
Florence Tsang Chiu Wing succeeds in getting interest at the judgment rate (8%) on the balance of her lump sum settlement from Samathur Li Kin Kan.
Secretary for Justice v FTCW, SLKK, STL & OIL
HK Court of Appeal, 4-Mar-2014
Court slashes record divorce payout for property scion’s ex-wife
South China Morning Post, 10-Jan-2014
Secretary for Justice v FTCW, SLKK, STL & OIL
HK Court of Appeal, 10-Jan-2014
TCWF v LKKS, STL & OIL
HK Court of Appeal, 10-Jan-2014
Property tycoon Samuel Tak Lee challenges HK$1.4b awarded to son’s ex-wife Florence Tsang Chiu-wing
South China Morning Post, 21-Oct-2013
TCWF v LKKS, STL & OIL
HK Court of Appeal, 19-Sep-2013
Secretary for Justice v FTCW, SLKK, STL & OIL
HK Court of Appeal, 29-Jul-2013
TCWF v LKKS, STL & OIL
HK Court of Appeal, 29-Jul-2013
In relation to open justice, this judgment in the Florence Tsang and Samathur Li case contains the following guidance: "In the matrimonial context, the [current] practice in Hong Kong is that even though an appeal is heard in open court, the names of the parties are anonymized in the daily cause list and the judgment of the court. This is particularly so in children cases. This gives some protection to the privacy of the parties. However, unless the court grants a specific injunction, it is not against the law to publish the names of such parties if their identities were known. This is the position even if the proceedings take place in private, see Sections 3 and 5 of the Judicial Proceedings (Regulation of Reports) Ordinance, Cap 287."
Property tycoon fails to hush up son's HK$1.2b divorce appeal
South China Morning Post, 17-Jul-2013
TCWF v LKKS, STL & OIL
HK Court of Appeal, 24-Dec-2012
These are the detailed reasons for the decision referred to in the SCMP's article of 7-Dec-2012; the Court of Appeal says that the matter of disclosure of the earlier judgment for enforcement purposes is for the Court of First Instance to decide. Upholding open justice, the court declines to hold this hearing in private: "Whatever might be said in this hearing should not (and we have made sure it did not) reveal...more than that which is already in the public domain."
Court rejects Florence Tsang's bid for documents
South China Morning Post, 22-Dec-2012
Samuel Tak Lee v Florence Tsang Chiu Wing
HK Court of First Instance, 14-Dec-2012
Samathur Li Kin-kan's ex-wife Florence Tsang loses bid for court delay
South China Morning Post, 7-Dec-2012
Hunt on for foiled gang
HK Standard, 27-Apr-2012
School kidnap foiled
HK Standard, 26-Apr-2012
Ex-wife awarded US$154m in Hong Kong payout
BBC, 2-Dec-2011
Ex-wife wins HK$1.2b battle
HK Standard, 2-Dec-2011
Ex-wife wins HK$1.2b divorce settlement
RTHK, 1-Dec-2011
TCWF v LKKS, STL & OIL
HK Court of First Instance, 1-Dec-2011
Samuel Tak Lee v Florence Tsang Chiu Wing
HK Court of First Instance, 17-Oct-2011
The parties in this case are (almost certainly) the STL, TCWF and LKKS referred to in the ongoing HK$5.5bn divorce case.
'Playboy' in HK$1.1b court fight
HK Standard, 12-Oct-2011

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