Hong Kong court declares adoption of COMI criteria for assessing recognition requests
Hong Kong’s Mr Justice Harris has made a case for the adoption of centre of main interest (COMI) criteria over place of incorporation when considering the recognition of foreign officeholders, in a 45-page decision that practitioners say aligns Hong Kong’s common law recognition regime with international standards.
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