Two former members of a political party are being sued for the return of more than $400,000, including loans from the party and contributions they allegedly agreed to pay. The Association for Democracy and People's Livelihood has issued High Court writs against former vice-chairman Leung Kwong-cheong and former member Ting Hin-wah, claiming $275,660 and $131,657 respectively. The party says the money Mr Leung owed includes monthly contributions from his salary as a district board member and regional councillor for the past three years. The rest was funds allocated to Mr Leung to run in the 1994 district board election and to run his district board office in Kwai Tsing. The money should have been reimbursed after Mr Leung won the election, the writ says. For Mr Ting, the money allegedly owed included monthly contributions as a district board member and regional councillor and funds for running in the 1995 Legco poll.