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Small Claims Tribunal

CSL says no to transparency in billing at hearing of Small Claims Tribunal

Mobile telephone operator CSL refused to agree to provide billing transparency to one of its customers during a hearing at the Small Claims Tribunal yesterday.

Tuesday, 13 November, 2012, 4:13am 1 comment

Tenants seek payouts over policy shift

Three public housing estate tenants whose flats had no gate installed because of a change in policy between 2003 and last year are seeking compensation from the Housing Authority. The three, among 70,000 households affected, submitted a claim to the Small Claims Tribunal yesterday seeking a gate installation fee of up to HK$1,800.

31 Dec 2010 - 12:00am

Letters

Tribunal denies justice to Citic's small investors

It was a great disappointment to read the report ('Investors give up Yung claims', January 26).

29 Jan 2010 - 12:00am

Claim on swimming tuition fees

Discontented parents are seeking the return of tuition fees for their children's summer swimming courses in the Small Claims Tribunal, accusing the swimming club of breaching the contracts.

Thirty-five claims in relation to about 40 former students of Sunny Swimming Club were filed yesterday, asking the club to refund about HK$1,200 for each student.

9 Aug 2007 - 12:00am

Teenager sues salon over slimming contracts

A teenage girl is suing slimming salon Be A Lady to recover HK$27,000 at the Small Claims Tribunal. Chan Tak-shan, 19, claimed she signed a contract early this year for a programme that promised a refund and appearances in salon promotions if she lost 9kg in two months.

22 May 2007 - 12:00am

Woman sues restaurant over $12 charge

A disgruntled customer is suing a restaurant chain for $37 after a row over a $12 'minimum charge' that led to police being called in.

However, Nicole Ho Pui-chong was forced to withdraw her initial claim yesterday after it was revealed she had taken action against the wrong restaurant.

19 Apr 2002 - 12:00am

Suicide attempt woman settles car damage claim

A mother-of-two who landed on a car when she attempted suicide by jumping from the top of a building settled a damages claim out of court yesterday with the owner of the vehicle.

12 Apr 2002 - 12:00am

Jobseeker sues over pain of rejection

A jobseeker who queued for an entire day at the Hunghom Winter Carnival's open recruitment drive last December but failed to find work took the organiser to the Small Claims Tribunal yesterday claiming he suffered from hurt feelings.

9 Feb 2002 - 12:00am

Tour guide ruined trip, pair claim

A businessman and his wife were insulted and intimidated by a tour guide during a trip to Japan after they refused to buy items he was trying to sell, the Small Claims Tribunal heard yesterday.

The guide also refused to take the couple to scheduled sightseeing stops, they said.

2 Jun 2001 - 12:00am

Wasted holiday

Two tourists took Hong Thai Citizens Travel Services to the Small Claims Tribunal, describing their two-day mainland trip to Dongguan and Qingyuan as 'an annoying experience' and a 'total waste of time'.

15 Jun 2000 - 12:00am

Net loss

A woman is taking action in the Small Claims Tribunal to recover money that she says she lent to a man she met on the Internet. Lai Wai-king says she gave the man $7,300 to join a package tour to Japan.

7 Dec 1999 - 12:00am

Aspiring male models take on agency in fee face-off

Three aspiring male models yesterday claimed more than $36,000 from a modelling agency which they allege promised to plaster their faces on television and in magazines.

The case, before the Small Claims Tribunal, marks the first time the Consumer Council Legal Action Fund has initiated legal proceedings.

27 Mar 1997 - 12:00am

Clarification

ON March 28, 1995, we published an article which reported allegations made in the Small Claims Tribunal by Bryan Levinge about the firm of solicitors Alsop Wilkinson and its partner Camille Jojo.

Alsop Wilkinson have said that our article was neither a fair nor full account of the proceedings before the tribunal.

5 Apr 1995 - 12:00am

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