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Court to review police actions in gay rally

A gay-rights demonstrator received court permission yesterday to proceed with a judicial challenge to police actions during a rally against homophobia in May last year.

Wednesday, 8 February, 2012, 12:00am

Revisions will make lawsuits easier to file

Mainlanders should have an easier time filing lawsuits over environmental concerns or consumer disputes under revisions the NPC Standing Committee may make to the law governing civil proceedings.

25 Oct 2011 - 12:00am

Rise in judicial charge blocked

Legislators blocked a proposed increase in a judicial fee but approved others they said were not related to people's livelihood.

Lawmakers voted to freeze the fee on filing an appeal against estate agents in the District Court as they said they opposed any rise in judicial charges.

15 Feb 2001 - 12:00am

E-filing system nears

A new filing system for the Companies Registry has been presented to legislators. The HK$130 million project, which will allow the online filing and retrieval of documents, aims to slash paperwork and costs. Legislators yesterday urged the Companies Registry to speed up its planned 2004 finish to go fully electronic.

12 Jan 2001 - 12:00am

US official warns of quick sanctions if talks on copyright violations fail

THE United States will not hesitate to proceed with sanctions on Chinese goods if renewed talks on China's intellectual property rights (IPR) violations - due to start tomorrow - fail to reach an agreement, a senior US official said yesterday.

The talks are expected to conclude on Friday.

17 Jan 1995 - 12:00am

$60m bid to reform system

LEGISLATORS will be asked to approve payment of $60 million for the Government to reform its 'messy' filing system.

A submission for funding of the 18-month project was distributed to councillors yesterday.

The budget covers expenses for staff, installation of machinery and facilities, and maintenance.

19 Nov 1994 - 12:00am