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Hong Kong property cooling measures unfair, argues homeowner stung for $273k when upsizing for his growing family
‘Wah! The same again!’ Hong Kong pupil alerts teacher to possible test paper leak
Man told he could pay off debt by ‘cooking’ cocaine, Hong Kong court told
Judge rejects judicial review bid over plumbing work at lead-tainted estates
Boy, 3, injured in Cafe de Coral restaurant acid attack after man rejected for sex by masseuse
‘Police told me to stop playing’: after 22 years on the run, Hong Kong robber turns himself in
Fight for equality in Hong Kong: gay civil servant sues to claim same employee benefits as heterosexual couples
Filipina drug mule who carried HK$1.77m worth of cocaine to Hong Kong while pregnant jailed for 14 years
Smartphone data stored in Cloud is beyond reach of Hong Kong law, lawyer argues in July 1 protester case
Former TVB boss Stephen Chan found guilty in Hong Kong bribery case, fined HK$84,000
Ovens still fired up – but trademark fragrant dishes could be at risk
Yung Kee goose restaurant can live on, Hong Kong family member says after meeting company receiver
Last-ditch effort to save Yung Kee fails as roast goose restaurant loses bid to delay court order
Yung Kee family feud: Iconic roast goose restaurant’s future uncertain as struggles to reach deal continues
Hong Kong appeal judges accuse former TVB general manager  of putting cart before the horse
Family of 'big-hearted billionaire' who owned Bruce Lee’s Hong Kong mansion in dispute over will
Former TVB boss Stephen Chan loses request to delay sentencing in bribery case
Hong Kong developer and 11 villagers jailed for deceiving government in rural housing scam
Trustees chase HK$15 million from Rafael Hui, former Hong Kong chief secretary, and his wife Teresa Lo Mei-mei
Hong Kong’s legal system 'misused' and 'drowning in irrelevance', says former top judge
Court allows internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom to access Hong Kong funds

The High Court has allowed internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom to access some of his restrained Hong Kong assets to pay part of his legal costs and for living expenses.

 

2 Dec 2015 - 6:15PM

The High Court has allowed internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom to access some of his restrained Hong Kong assets to pay part of his legal costs and for living expenses.

 

Court allows internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom to access Hong Kong funds
Kim Dotcom asks Hong Kong court to release restrained funds to cover legal and living costs
Hong Kong Disneyland site being used for concrete plant is challenged in court
Big money: Shenzhen driver jailed for six years after Hong Kong account he set up laundered HK$2.5b
Big trouble over small houses: Hong Kong developer, villagers convicted after illegally netting HK$4.3m in scheme
Psychotic Hong Kong ‘monster  killer’ who chopped mother to death is jailed for 10 years
Seven years in jail for elderly Hong Kong man who beat wife to death with hammer
Top economist from exclusive bank forced to change Hong Kong schools over daughter's bullying: claims HK$500,000 spent in ordeal
Hong Kong gag order: Don’t restrict media over university controversy on appointment of top manager, urges barrister
Hong Kong man, 41, admits taking indecent photographs and molesting girl, 13, at Mong Kok guest house