Gilt Chambers

LC is a barrister and has a civil practise with an emphasis on land, trust, probate and commercial matters.

On the probate side, he has acted for administrators, beneficiaries and creditors of sizeable and complex estate.  He regularly advises on matters relating to the removal of personal representatives (“PR”), breach of PR’s duties, lost will, inventory and accounts, making of proper administration decision etc.

On land matters, he has advised in a wide spectrum of cases, including Chinese customary law (T’so and T’ong), adverse possession (both landlord and squatter), conveyancing, building management matters and VP Summons.

Aside from his Chancery practice, LC also advises on insolvency and liquidation proceedings, appointment of receivers, winding-up petitions, injunction applications, jurisdictional challenge/conflict of laws issues under RHC O.12 r.8, other cross-border disputes, guarantee actions, security for costs, stay of execution, leave to appeal and tribunal appeals.

LC is also a Contributing Editor of the Hong Kong Civil Procedure (“the White Book”).