Ho, Albert Chun Yan 何俊仁

Chow Hang Tung v Secretary for JusticeMagistrates Ordinance s87A
HK Court of First Instance, 2-Aug-2022
Justice Alex Lee Wan Tang rules that Magistrate Peter Law Tak Chuen was wrong: s87A(2) of the Magistrates Ordinance means what it says. Reporting restrictions on commital proceedings must be lifted when the defendant applies for that.
David Perry QC withdraws from prosecuting pan-dems
HK Government, 20-Jan-2021
4 days after we queried how he proposed to get to HK given the ban on travel from the UK, Mr Perry withdraws, partly because of "the exemption of quarantine". By the way, this case involves alleged offences under the Public Order Ordinance, not the National Security Law. UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab was wrong on that point, but it's an easy mistake to make given that over 50 pan-dems were arrested under suspicion of NSL offences 2 weeks ago.
Re David Perry QC
HK Court of First Instance, 12-Jan-2021
Mr Perry is approved to visit HK and prosecute leading pan-democrats for unauthorised assembly. Trial begins 16-Feb, but all arrivals from UK are currently banned - will the Govt exempt him, or is he already here? Like HK residents stranded in the UK, he could go somewhere else for 21 days and then do 21 days quarantine in HK, but that's 42 days of taxpayers' fees before he starts, not before 24-Feb.
Lam & Lai Solicitors v Albert Ho Chun Yan
HK Court of First Instance, 5-Jul-2017
Former CE candidate Albert Ho Chun Yan wins his appeal against the decision of the unnamed taxation Master to allow his soilcitors to charge for a duplication of work by 2 partners of the firm (Raymond Lam Wai Chin and Alfie Elden Lai Chi Chiu). The cost of 64 objected items totalled 367 hours and amounted to HK$1.46m. Nice work if you can get it.
Legislator Albert Ho Chun Yan's trip with wife to France on Cathay Pacific Airways
HK Legislative Council, 23-Aug-2013
Lawmakers fly into storm over Cathay trip to France
HK Standard, 22-Aug-2013
Apparently some lawmakers think that if you declare a gift then it is OK to receive it. James To says he needed to find out about Cathay's investment in Airbus planes. Why? Is he a Cathay shareholder? And if he is, then can't he just read the accounts? Presumably learning more about Cathay is only relevant to legislators if they have some involvement in decisions which affect Cathay, such as approving financing for a 3rd runway, and hence, the conflict of interest. Missing from the list is Andrew Leung Kwan Yuen, who took a similar trip with his wife on 18-21-July, and Abraham Shek Lai Him, who was apparently on the same trip, which he records as 19-20-July. His 2nd trip in 2 years.
Webb on "Backchat" re policy address
RTHK, 17-Jan-2013
With Starry Lee (Executive Council, LegCo, DAB), Albert Ho (LegCo, DP) and Nick Brooke (Harbourfront Commission, Science and Technology Parks Corp).
Albert Ho Chun Yan v Leung Chun Ying
HK Court of First Instance, 5-Oct-2012
Albert Ho Chun Yan v Leung Chun Ying
HK Court of First Instance, 12-Sep-2012

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