Carmen Ng

Partner | Litigation and Dispute Resolution

carmen.ng@deacons.com
+852 2825 9502
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Carmen has extensive experience in handling a wide range of civil cases and commercial disputes including contractual disputes; debt collection; tort; defamation; harassment; professional negligence; medical negligence; trust; competition; regulatory; employment; judicial review; injunctions; land disputes: adverse possession; property litigation: enforcement of deed of mutual covenant; landlord and tenant disputes: recovery of arrears and possession; insolvency: bankruptcy and winding up proceedings; enforcement proceedings and arbitration.

Highlights

  • Acting for DP World in Hong Kong’s first court case involving a Belt and Road project regarding a claim against a subsidiary of a well-known Chinese state-owned conglomerate concerning DP World’s exclusive port concession agreement with Djibouti, worth over US$1.5 billion.
  • Acting for the administrators of a deceased’s estate, particularly as defendants where two individuals claim to be concubine and natural daughter respectively
  • Acting for undertakings under investigation by the Competition Commission, including dawn raid, section 41 notices for documents and information, section 42 interviews and cooperation
  • Acting for the property manager of a number of developments in various enforcement actions to obtain injunctions and orders compelling owners and/or occupiers to rectify their breach of deed of mutual covenant
  • Acts for a service company for lifts & escalators in various investigations by the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department
  • Acted for a licensed person in a proposed disciplinary action by the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) in 2020. The SFC decided not to proceed with the proposed disciplinary action in 2021.

Case Highlights

  • DP World Djibouti FZCO & ors v China Merchants Port Holdings Company Limited, HCA 1951/2018, [2019] HKCFI 3104, 20 December 2019 (successfully opposed a forum non conveniens application)
  • The Ban Khi & ors v The Loei Beng & anor, HCMP 1312/2018, [2019] HKCFI 1492, 6 June 2019 (obtained an order for declaration of trust and sale of landed properties under the Trustee Ordinance)
  • Leung Chi Ching & anor v MTR Corporation Ltd, LDBM 53/2014 & LDBM 179/2016, [2018] HKLdT 76, 15 November 2018 and [2021] HKCA 500 (successfully defended a building management case and the application for leave to appeal in respect of LDBM 53/2014 was dismissed in CAMP 128/2019)
  • MTR Corporation Ltd v Young Shu Hang & others, LDBM101, 103-105, 107-110/2015 (Consolidated), 20 October 2016 (successfully claimed special fund contribution from owners)
  • Wong Tak Man, Stephen & anor v Cheung Siu Fai aka Dickson Cheung & anor [2015] 5 HKLRD 923 (successfully defended a claim of transactions at an undervalue and unfair preference)
  • Indian Overseas Bank v Vee Pee Global Ltd & ors, HCMP 2114/2011, 2 December 2014 (gave evidence as witness)

More about Carmen Ng

Member, The Law Society of Hong Kong

Member, Hong Kong Society of Notaries

Practising Solicitor Member, Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal Panel (October 2020 – September 2023)

Member, Inter-Pacific Bar Association

BA, University of Hong Kong, 2002

LLB, University of London, 2004

PCLL, University of Hong Kong, 2005

LLM (Chinese Law), University of Hong Kong, 2010

Languages

  • English
  • Cantonese

Jurisdictions

  • Solicitor, Hong Kong, 2007
  • Notary Public, Hong Kong, 2020
  • Solicitor, England and Wales (non-practising), 2009

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