Hong Kong's Young Industrialist of the Year has been forced to go to court to prove his business is actually an 'industry'. Yau Wah-yau, managing director of Raider, a company which includes pager service Realink Group, faces being turfed out of his Kwun Tong premises unless he can convince a judge. The judge will have to lay down the law in terms of the strict definition of an industry - and whether this has changed over time in terms of modern business. Months after he moved to the premises in 1995, the District Lands Office wrote to Mr Yau informing him he was in breach of the conditions of his lease. Although Mr Yau manufactures pagers, his business includes a pager centre - along with a customer services department and repair facilities. The Lands Department does not consider this to be a strict 'industry' and hence the lease would not apply, it was argued at the Court of First Instance. Barrister for Mr Yau, John Scott SC, pointed out to Mr Justice James Findlay that his client had earned the title of Young Industrialist of the Year 1998 - awarded by the Federation of Hong Kong Industries - for a reason. 'This was an indication that somebody recognises these [pager] services as industrial,' he told the court. Mr Yau is seeking a declaration from the court that he is not breaching the conditions of his lease and that the premises are being used for industrial purposes.