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Personal Injury Tables Hong Kong 2016, 4th Edition

 

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Personal Injury Tables Hong Kong 2016
May 2016
DUO (Softcover)


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SGD258.00
9789626618936

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THE ONE RESOURCE YOU’LL TURN TO FOR EVALUATING DAMAGES COVERING BOTH MULTIPLIER AND ACTUARIAL PRECEDENTS

Respected and authoritative
• General Editor: Neville Sarony, QC, SC, Pi Chambers
• Continually Cited in Court

Personal Injury Tables Hong Kong 2016 updates and revises the essential reference information for calculating damages in personal injury and fatal accident cases. This is the only compilation of actuarial and multiplier precedent tables in Hong Kong and has been continually cited in Court. These actuarial tables in this book have been accepted by the Court as the starting point for calculating multiplier in regards to damages owed and deserving to the victim: every Personal Injury practitioner must now have a copy of this publication.

This new 2016 edition has been fully updated and contains a wide range of information. The actuarial tables have been updated to take into account recent Hong Kong mortality projections by the Census and Statistics Department. The quantum of damages table has also been fully updated.

Only compilation that covers both accepted regimes
• Multiplier precedents
• Actuarial precedents

Fully revised and updated content
• Takes into account the previous 2012 Hong Kong mortality projections by the Census and Statistic Department
• Fact that quantum damages tables are no longer required and are no longer necessary as a multiplier - Actuarial tables have now been formally adopted by the Court of First Instance (Chan Pak Ting) and the Court of Appeal (Chan Wai Ming) as the means of ascertaining the relevant multipliers

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