Cases of right of abode claimants giving false information to obtain legal aid will be investigated and procedures improved. Chief Secretary for Administration Anson Chan Fang On-sang said rules were in force to prevent such problems, but admitted the system could be improved. 'Actions will be taken against any inaccurate information provided. We will look into the problem,' she added. There were 7,666 cases of mainlanders applying for legal aid for right of abode in the first nine months of this year; 94 per cent of the cases were received between July 7 and July 31.