SECRETARY FOR JUSTICE v. CHOY BING WING

HCMP 4694/2003, HCMP 129/2007,
CACV 11/2004 and CACV 193/2005

HCMP 4694/2003

IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE

HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION

COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

MISCELLANEOUS PROCEEDINGS NO. 4694 OF 2003

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BETWEEN

SECRETARY FOR JUSTICE Judgment Creditor
and
CHOY BING WING Judgment Debtor

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AND

HCMP 129/2007

IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE

HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION

COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

MISCELLANEOUS PROCEEDINGS NO. 129 OF 2007

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BETWEEN

THE SECRETARY FOR JUSTICE Judgment Creditor
and
CHOY BING WING Judgment Debtor

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AND

CACV 11/2004

IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE

HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION

COURT OF APPEAL

CIVIL APPEAL NO. 11 OF 2004

(ON APPEAL FROM HCMP NO. 4694 OF 2003)

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BETWEEN

CHOY BING WING Applicant
(Judgment Debtor)
and
THE SECRETARY FOR JUSTICE
HONG KONG SAR
Respondent
(Judgment Creditor)

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AND

CACV 193/2005

IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE

HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION

COURT OF APPEAL

CIVIL APPEAL NO. 193 OF 2005

(ON APPEAL FROM HCMP NO. 129 OF 2007)

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BETWEEN

THE SECRETARY FOR JUSTICE
HONG KONG SAR
Applicant
(Judgment Creditor)
and
CHOY BING WING Respondent
(Judgment Debtor)

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(Heard Together)

Before: Deputy High Court Judge Carlson in Chambers

Date of Hearing: 22 January 2010

Date of Ruling: 22 January 2010

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R U L I N G

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1. Well, in these circumstances it seems to me that it’s entirely proper that the orders nisi should now be made absolute, and thatis the order that I propose to make, with costs to be taxed if not agreed.

(Ian Carlson)
Deputy High Court Judge

Louie Wong GC, of the Department of Justice for the Judgment Creditor

The Judgment Debtor in person, present