Belt and Road - Asset Preservation
30 November 2017

Belt and Road Practical Guide: How to get your money back? Asset preservation in Hong Kong

China’s Belt and Road initiative fosters both new investment opportunities and commercial activities. Along with opportunities, issues may surface, of course, and so the demand for dispute resolution services may increase. Should disputes arise, any investor would want to be assured that there are assets against which it could recover its loss from the other party. Where assets are located in Hong Kong, the investor would have to resort to the Hong Kong legal system for protection and preservation. As the interface between the PRC and the rest of the world, Hong Kong provides one of the best platforms for resolving disputes that may arise from the various multi-national activities involved in the Belt and Road initiative.


This publication outlines the asset preservation method and enforcement of judgment / arbitral awards in Hong Kong available for participants of the Belt and Road initiative to protect their legal interests in Hong Kong.




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