DANIEL H.K. KUAN

DANIEL H.K. KUAN

PRACTICE PROFILE

Currently a barrister of 6 years call practising at K. M. Chong’s Chambers, and has engaged in both civil and criminal matters with particular experience on land and conveyancing disputes, adverse possession, chinese customary law, defamation, company matters and money laundering. As an advocate, he has appeared as a junior counsel or as an advocate in his own right before the Court of Appeal, the Court of First Instance, the District Court and the Magistrates’ Courts. He has also written advices on or handled matters involving probate, land, adverse possession, shipping, cross-border claims and jurisdictional issues (the latter of which was adopted by the Chinese Courts in the case of (2017) Guangdong 12 Minchu No. 5).

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

PCLL (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

LLB (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

YEAR OF CALL:

2014 (HK)

SELECTED CASES

HKSAR v. Tabagua Valerian (DCCC130/2014, 10 September 2015)

HKSAR v. Tabagua Valerian (CACC238/2014, 9 March 2015)

Patrick Hung Hing Yu v Ho Yin Man [2018] HKCFI 1015

Lam Suk Yee v Incorporated Owners of Kam Kin Mansion [2018] HKCFI 2760

Lam Suk Yee v Incorporated Owners of Kam Kin Mansion [2019] HKCA 1289

LANGUAGES

English (Native)
Cantonese (Native)
Mandarin (Professional
Proficiency)