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Offences against the Person Ordinance (Cap. 212) Contents Section Page 1. Short title 2 Homicide 2. Murder 2 3-4. (Repealed) 2 5. Conspiring or soliciting to commit murder 2 6. (Repealed) 4 7. Manslaughter 4 8. Excusable homicide 4 8A. Alternative verdicts 4
OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON To consolidate and amend the laws relating to offences against the person. [14 June 1865.] 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Offences against the Person Ordinance. (Amended, 5 of 1924, s. 6) HOMICIDE 2. Any felon.
The Historical Laws of Hong Kong Online is a full-text image database providing access to past revised editions of Hong Kong Laws. The database comprises a total of seven consolidations of the laws of Hong Kong: 1890, 1901, 1912, 1923, 1937, 1950, and 1964
Charges can be brought under section 36 of the Offences against the Person Ordinance, Cap 212 or section 63 of the Police Force Ordinance, Cap 232 and there are implications in relation to sentencing depending upon which provision a person is charged under.
No. 2 of 1865. To consolidate and amend the laws relating to Offences against the Person. [14th June,1865.] 1. The Offences against the Person Ordinance,1865. Homicide. 2. Every person conviction for murder the Court shall suffer death as a felon. 3. On
ORDINANCE NO.2 OF 1865. Offences against the Person Ordinance, 1865. AN ORDINANCE to consolidate and amend the laws relating to offences against the person. [14th June, 1865.] BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong , with the advice of the
CHAPTER 212 OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON 1. The Offences against the Person Ordinance is amended-(1)in section 5 by repealing ‘a misdemeanor, and shall be liable to imprisonment for 10 years’ and substituting ‘an offence and shall be liable to
Offences against the Person Ordinance 繁：侵害人身罪條例 简：侵害人身罪条例 0 Tags: Cap 212 Offences Against the Person Ordinance 香港法例第212章侵害人身罪條例 Category All Terms 全部詞彙 Business, Economy and Finance 商業、經濟與金融
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Offences Against the Person Ordinance (Cap 212 s 36) 繁：侵害人身罪條例 (第212章第36條) 简：侵害人身罪条例 (第212章第36条) 在保障警察執行職務方面，根據《侵害人身罪條例》（第212章）第36（b）條，任何人襲擊、抗拒或故意阻撓在正當執行職務的任何警務人員或在協助該警務人員的人，循簡易或公訴程序
3. Possessing anything with intent to destroy or damage property (S.62 Crimes Ordinance) If a person has anything in his custody or under his control and intends to have it used whether by himself or others to destroy or damage any property belonging to some
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Переводы фразы THE OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON ORDINANCE с английского на русский и примеры использования “THE OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON ORDINANCE” в предложение с их переводами: The offences against the person
Force then used against a staff member who had seen the theft would not be robbery but a separate offence of assault or assault with intent to resist lawful apprehension contrary to Sections 36, 39 or 40 of the Offences Against the Person Ordinance ().
The Offences against the Person Ordinance (Cap.212)  and the Homicide Ordinance (Cap.339) are the main statutes that govern homicide. However, no definition of any type of unlawful homicide is available in the Ordinances. As a result, common law definitions remain largely relevant to Hong Kong.
VI. Possible criminal charges against a stalker under the Summary Offences Ordinance A. Offences in connection with telephone calls or messages, or telegrams Section 20 of the Summary Offences Ordinance ( Cap. 228) may provide some protection from telephone calls made by a stalker.
III. Possible criminal charges against a stalker under the Offences Against the Person Ordinance A. Offences relating to assault A person convicted of a common assault contrary to section 40 of the Offences Against the Person Ordinance (OAPO) ( Cap. 212) is liable to a maximum punishment of imprisonment for one year.
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[reg. 3.] FORM 1 CONFIDENTIAL Not to be destroyed within five years of the date of operation OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON ORDINANCE (Chapter 212) CERTIFICATE TO BE COMPLETED IN RELATION TO THE TERMINATION OF A
Offences Against the Person Act (with its variations) is a stock short title used for legislation in the United Kingdom, in the Republic of Ireland, in Hong Kong, in New Zealand, in Tasmania, in Jamaica, and in Antigua and Barbuda, relating to offences against the person. It seems to have been derived from the long title of the Act which has
ICAC officers are given different sources of powers of arrest. They can arrest a person during an investigation without a warrant under section 10 of the ICAC Ordinance if they reasonably suspect that person has committed a bribery or corruption offence.
3. Unlawful assembly (S.18 Public Order Ordinance) An unlawful assembly is when 3 or more people assemble together and behave in a disorderly, intimidating, insulting or provocative manner that causes a reasonable fear that a breach of the peace may result of
III. Offences under the Marriage Ordinance Under sections 29 and 30 of the Marriage Ordinance, any person, minister or civil celebrant who, knowing that a written consent from the proper person has not been obtained, marries or assists or procures any other person to marry a person under the age of 21 years who is not a widow or widower commits an offence and shall be liable to a fine at level
Offences against Property Forcible entry (S.23 Public Order Ordinance) 4. Forcible entry (S.23 Public Order Ordinance) If a person enters into any premises, whether or not he is entitled to enter the premises, in a violent manner, he is liable to a fine of $5,000
Offences against Property Threats to destroy or damage property (S.61 Crimes Ordinance) — Please select — I. Freedom of assembly, procession and demonstration Nature, extent and limitations Positive obligations on the Government II.
Other related legislation Guardianship of Minors Ordinance (Cap. 13) Separation and Maintenance Orders Ordinance (Cap. 16) Crimes Ordinance (Cap. 200) Offences Against the Person Ordinance (Cap.212) Protection of Children and Juveniles Ordinance
Unlawful and malicious wounding or inflicting any grievous bodily harm is an offence contrary to section 19 of the Offences Against the Person Ordinance ( Chapter 212). There are two offences under this section: i) inflicting serious bodily harm and ii) wounding.
II. Violence against children A. Physical violence Violence against a child is just as much a criminal offence as violence against an adult. The Offences Against the Person Ordinance (“OAPO”), Cap. 212, contains a number of offences relating to the unlawful use of force.
Drink Driving, Careless/Dangerous Driving, Speeding, Driving without 3rd Party Insurance, Driving whilst Disqualified, Failing to provide screening specimen and failure to stop and report. The main legislation governing road traffic offences is found in the Road Traffic
Most sexual offences are to be found in the Crimes Ordinance, Cap 200. In September 2012 the Law Reform Commission published a consultation paper making proposals for the reform of some of the sexual offences found in the Crimes Ordinance, pointing out that
2. Disorder in public places (S.17B Public Order Ordinance) There are 2 offences under s.17B of the Public Order Ordinance: · Disorderly conduct for the purpose of preventing the transaction of the business of any public gathering (s.17B(1) Public Order Ordinance
10/10/2019 · Police have the right to enter any premises upon reasonable doubt that a crime has occurred. The force issued a statement today in response to concerns after Police arrested security guards. The statement said according to the Police Force Ordinance, Police
Although this Ordinance is still on the statute books, it has now been substantially overtaken by OSCO. Section 25 of this Ordinance makes it an offence for any person to deal in property (whether it be cash, real estate, shares or whatever) where he/she has
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Offences Against the Person Ordinance (Cap 212) deals with non-fatal injury to the person. In contrast, the general part is still predominantly case law. 1.6 A successful code would: (a) increase accessibility in that it would no longer be necessary to consult a
the proposed new offences involving PMIs should apply to a mentally disordered person or mentally handicapped person (as defined in the Mental Health Ordinance (Cap 136)) whose mental disorder or mental handicap, as the case may be, is of a nature or (11)
The Offences Against the Person Ordinance (Chapter 212) requires: i. a registered medical practitioner who certifies the ground for termination of the pregnancy to complete a certificate of opinion referred to in Section 47A(1) of the ordinance before the as may be
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Police Reference : (8) in CP CRM CRB 1-125/3/1 Pt.2 (as at 2015-12-01) (p.1) List of Offences (as at 2015-12-01) Persons who are convicted of the following offences by the courts of Hong Kong will be recorded by Police :- Abduction offences, ‘all’;
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Annex Offences Relating to Trafficking in Persons, Forced Labour and Slavery Legislation Section Offence Maximum Penalty Employment Ordinance (Cap 57) 60(6) Unlicensed operation of employment agency A fine of $350,000 and imprisonment for 3 years
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28, 29, 30, 36 or 42 of the Offences Against the Person Ordinance (Cap 212). s10 Administering poison or wounding with intent to murder s11 Destroying or damaging building with intent to murder s12 Setting fire to or casting away ship with intent to murder
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date of last termination of pregnancy under the Offences against the Person Ordinance .. of the Crimes Ordinance (Cap. 200) within a period not exceeding 3 months after the date upon which she alleged that any such offence was committed? Yes No
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2 Hon YEUNG’s bill proposes to amend the Offences against the Person Ordinance to make provision for extra-territorial effect over offences related to homicide and serious offences against the person. As regards Rule 51(3) of RoP, we are of the view that
The person who operated upon Yen has committed an offence under Section 47A of the Offences Against the Person Ordinance (Chapter 212). That person is not a registered medical practitioner and the clinic where the operation took place is an illegal clinic.
Like Chi he is aiding and abetting an unlawful fight in public contrary to Section 25 of the Public Order Ordinance (Chapter 245). Hung Chai could face a charge of common assault contrary to Section 40 of the Offences Against the Person Ordinance (Chapter 212