Zhi, Charles

Fung Chuen v Sandmartin (0482)
HK Court of First Instance, 17-Oct-2017
The court grants inspection of documents relating to dubious deals by Sandmartin. Deputy Judge Alex Lee writes "I am satisfied that... a reasonable case for investigating whether the loans advanced to the two Nepalese Debtors were a pretext by the Company’s directors for siphoning off the Company’s funds to the detriment of its various stakeholders including the minority shareholders".
Chi Dong Eun v L & A (8195) and others
HK Court of First Instance, 23-May-2017
The winding-up petition is struck out, as Mr Chi was not a registered shareholder for 6 of the 18 months before filing, as required by law. In a Feb-2017 hearing, Chi produced a share certificate in the name of Liu Longcheng, a plaintiff in another case against L&A. Judge Anthony Chan refers his judgment to the Director of Public Prosecution, as the evidence "invites the investigation…as to whether any of the common law offences of maintenance and champerty has been committed." We note that most investors in HK are not on the share register due to the central depository system, making the law on winding-up unavailable to them.
Mining expert’s expulsion raises questions about HK firms
Bloomberg, 10-Aug-2016
Charles Li v SEHK and various listed companies and auditors
HK Court of First Instance, 28-Jun-2016
There is not a single listed company amongst the defendants in which we would invest.
Charles Zhi v Siberian Mining (1142) & others
HK Court of First Instance, 1-Sep-2015
Charles Zhi v Siberian Mining (1142) & others
HK Court of First Instance, 26-Aug-2015
Legal battles shroud future of Siberian Mining Group
South China Morning Post, 2-Dec-2014

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