No damages for singer in botched property sale Singer Jenny Tseng, better known as Yan Nei, will not have to pay any damages after a court ruled in her favour in a case in which a potential buyer of a property she owned sought HK$1 million in damages for a botched sale. Tseng had said she did not authorise a friend, Francis Hung Tung-kit, to sign a preliminary sale-and-purchase agreement for the property, in Tai Tam's Pacific View, for HK$22 million. The Court of First Instance found Hung was imprudent to sign without obtaining Tseng's agreement to the express terms, and ordered him to pay the buyer, Wisecal, HK$1.1 million for breach of warranty and of authority. Ex-student loses language appeal A former Chinese University student lost an appeal against its language policy. The Court of Appeal ruled against Lee Yiu-kee, who had wanted the court to quash the university's adoption of a policy he said allowed English to become its dominant language of instruction. Lee argued the Chinese University Ordinance required it to ensure most teaching was in Chinese. Tourist hurt in airport jump A Dutch visitor who had a row with her boyfriend climbed over a guardrail on the sixth floor of terminal one at Hong Kong airport and jumped down a floor. The 46-year-old suffered injuries to her left side and was taken to Princess Margaret Hospital for treatment. Doctor sued over amputation A woman has sued a doctor for negligence over the treatment given to her 14-month-old son, which led to one of his fingers being amputated. Lam Po-yee filed a writ for damages for her son, Bosco Law Yin-pok, in the Court of First Instance this week against Dr Alvin Chan Yee-shing.