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Lands Tribunal (Hong Kong)

Lands Tribunal
Country  People's Republic of China
Location  Hong Kong
Authorized by Hong Kong Basic Law
Decisions are appealed to Court of Appeal
Chief District Judge
Currently His Honour Judge LI

The Lands Tribunal is a tribunal in Hong Kong that deals with legal disputes over land. It was established by the Lands Tribunal Ordinance (Cap. 17).


It has three professional judges: a President who is a Judge of the Court of First Instance of the High Court and two Presiding Officers, who are District Judges. There is also a Member of the Tribunal who is a qualified surveyor. The President and a Presiding Officer may either sit alone or together with a Member in hearing cases. A Member may also sit alone in hearing cases.

Disputes not resolved at this level is taken to the Court of Appeal (Hong Kong).


External links

  • Official homepage

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