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CPD/CPT Course:
Freezing Injunctions

Presented by
Mr. Clemence Yeung,
Barrister-at-Law

Freezing Injunctions
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Code: EVT000000078 Level: Intermediate
Date: 12 October 2015 (Monday) Language: English
Time: 14:30 - 17:45
(Reception starts at 14:00)
Accreditation(s): LSHK 3.0 CPD Points
(LSHK Allocated Number: 20152262)
SFC 3.0 CPT Hours
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Presenter's Profile:
Mr. Clemence Yeung

Mr. Yeung was called to the Bar in 1997.  Prior to that he was admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales and in Hong Kong and practised as a solicitor in the litigation department of an international firm.  He was a contributor to Halsbury's Laws of Hong Kong Volume 18(1) Maritime Law (Butterworths) and has authored a book on the law of unjust enrichment in Hong Kong.

Course Outline:

This presentation sets out to explore both the Hong Kong and English case law on freezing injunctions.  It focuses predominately on the mareva injunction - from the earlier days after its invention to the very present, when there are emerging an increasing number of decisions which showcase its utility as a pre-emptive relief available here to litigants in foreign proceedings.  In the practical session participants will have the opportunity to consider a case study and review draft documentation for the application of a worldwide mareva injunction.

The Mareva and Proprietary Injunctions Distinguished

  • Polly Peck International plc. v Nadir and Ors (No.2) [1992] 4 All ER 769

Milestones in the Case Law on the Mareva Jurisdiction

  • Rahman (Prince Abdul) bin Turki al Sudairy v Abu Taba and Another [1980] 1 WLR 1268
  • Z Ltd. v A-Z and AA-LL [1982] QB 558
  • Derby Co Ltd. v Weldon (No.1) [1990] Ch 48
  • Babanaft International Co. SA v Bassatne [1990] Ch 13
  • Derby & Co. v Weldon (No. 3 & 4) [1990] Ch 65
  • Bank of India v Murjani and others [1989] 2 HKLR 318
  • Illustrious Assets Ltd. v Lu Chung Chun [2008] 3 HKC 313
  • Dadourian Group International Inc. v Simms [2006] 3 All ER 48

Risks of Dissipation

  • Felixstowe Dock & Railway Co. v United States Lines [1958] QB 360
  • Honsaico Trading Co. Ltd. v Hong Kong Yiah Seng Co. Ltd. [1990] 1 HKLR 235
  • Ketchum International plc. v Public Relations Holding Ltd. [1997] 1 WLR 4

Full and Frank Disclosure

  • Bank Mellat v Nikpour [1985] FSR 87
  • Citibank NA v Express Ship Management Services [1987] HKLR 1184
  • Standard Chartered Securities Ltd. v Lai Arthur & Ors [1993] 1 HKC 375
  • Memory Corporation plc. v Sidhu (No.1) [2000] 1 WLR 1443
  • RACP Pharmaceutical Holdings Ltd. v Li Xiaobo 14 April 2008 HCA 490/2007

Documentation for the Application

  • Practice Direction 11.2 and Sample Order
  • Draft endorsement of Writ of Summons
  • Supporting Affirmation
  • Skeleton argument for worldwide freezing injunction

Discovery Orders Against the Defendants and Third Parties

    1. Policing the injunction
    2. The position of banks
  • Bankers Trust Co. v Shapira [1980] 1 WLR 1274
  • A and B v C [1981] QB 956
  • Z Ltd. v A and Ors [1982] 1 All ER 556
  • Gidrxslme Shipping Co. Ltd. v Tantamar-Transportes Maritimos Lda [1994] 4 All ER 507
  • Dadourian Group International Inc. and others v Simms and another [2007] 2 All ER 329
  • Chen Wenjun v Liu Luyuan [2014] HKEC 1457
  • Customs & Excise Commissioners v Barclays Bank plc. [2004] 2 All ER 789

Injunction and Ancillary Disclosure Order Against Non Party

Injunction Against Non Party in Aid of Execution

  • TSB Private Bank International AS v Chabra [1989] 1 Lloyd’s Rep 250
  • C Inc. plc. v L [2001] 2 Lloyds Rep 459
  • Yukong Line V Rendsburg [2001] 2 Lloyds’ Rep 113

Gagging Orders

  • A Co v B Co. [2002] 2 HKC 497

Freezing Injunctions in Aid of Foreign Proceedings

  • Siskina (Owners of cargo lately laden on board) v Distos Compania Naviera SA (The Siskina) [1979] AC 210
  • s.21M High Court Ordinance
  • s.2GC Arbitration Ordinance
  • English Cases
    1. Republic of Haiti and Ors v Duvalier and Ors [1990] 1 QB 202
    2. Credit Suisse fides Trust SA v Cuoghi [1998] QB 818
    3. Refco Inc. & Ors v Eastern Trading Co. & Ors [1999] 1 Lloyds Rep 157
    4. Motorola Credit Corp. v Uzan & Ors [2004] 1 WLR 113
    5. Belletti & Ors v Morici & Ors [2009] 2 C.L.C 525
    6. JSC Mezhdunarodniy Promyshlennity Bank, State Corporation “Deposit Insurance Agency” v Sergei Viktorovich Pugachev [2014] EWHC 4336
  • Hong Kong Cases
    1. Deiulemar Shipping SpA v Transfield ER Futures Ltd. [2011] 1 HKLRD 75
    2. JSC BTA Bank v Mukhtar Kabulovich Ablyazov 17 February 2014 HCMP 341/2014
    3. Pacific King Shipping Holdings Pte. Ltd. V Huang Ziqiang [2015] 1 HKLRD 830
    4. Ming Hsieh v Xu Zhe and Ors 10 April 2015 HCMP 3027/2014
    5. Campania Sud Americana De Vapores SA v Hin-Pro International Logistics Limited (in Receivership) 11 March 2015 CACV 243/2014

This course is jointly provided in partnership with:  Kornerstone Limited
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