Financial Secretary Paul Chan reminded people that it is a criminal offence to split residential property purchases by using other people’s entitlements. Photo: Jonathan Wong Financial Secretary Paul Chan reminded people that it is a criminal offence to split residential property purchases by using other people’s entitlements. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Financial Secretary Paul Chan reminded people that it is a criminal offence to split residential property purchases by using other people’s entitlements. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Tony Tse
Opinion

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Concrete Analysis by Tony Tse

Hong Kong should jail those who abuse first-time flat buyer entitlements

Financial Secretary Paul Chan reminded people that it is a criminal offence to split residential property purchases by using other people’s entitlements. Photo: Jonathan Wong Financial Secretary Paul Chan reminded people that it is a criminal offence to split residential property purchases by using other people’s entitlements. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Financial Secretary Paul Chan reminded people that it is a criminal offence to split residential property purchases by using other people’s entitlements. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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Tony Tse

Tony Tse

Tony Tse Wai Chuen is the founder of the non-profit organisation Hong Kong Seek Road.