By Yash Ghai (auth.), Jorge Costa Oliveira, Paulo Cardinal (eds.)
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Even the Chinese laws that are applicable have to be enforced either through local legislation or promulgation. Implementation through local legislation enables the adaptation to common law procedures (and to the framework of the Basic Law). The law on treason and subversion against the Central People’s Government that the Basic Law requires has to be enacted by the Hong Kong legislature (Article 23), thus broadly within the parameters of the common law. Several provisions expressly provide for the application of the common law and the continuation of the previous legal and judicial systems (Articles 8, 18, 19, 80–96, and 160).
The whole system, it was assumed, was marked by capriciousness, the very opposite of predictability and fairness of the common law. In negotiations with China over the return of Hong Kong, the British government was insistent on the preservation of the common law system. Britain itself had massive commercial interests in Hong Kong which needed a fair and effective legal system. Beijing’s Hong Kong advisers recommended the retention of the legal system. It would seem that China did not need much persuasion, for with its new found enthusiasm for the market as the instrument for the modernisation of its own economy, it was becoming aware of the importance of an effective legal system.
According to him, the common law no longer applied because the provision for its continuation was made by the Provisional 11 HKSAR v Ma Wai Kwan David  HKLRD 761,  2 HKC 315.  HKLRD 1081,  3 HKC 64. 13 Cheung Lai Wah v Director of Immigration  1 HKC 617 (part 1 of the judgment),  2 HKC 382 (part 2 of the judgment). 14  1 HKLRD 315. 15 5 US 137 (1803). 12 The Intersection of Chinese Law and the Common Law 23 Legislative Council which was established by the SAR Preparatory Committee (which itself was by the NPC the pursuant to an NPC decision dated 4 April 1990) in disregard of the Basic Law.
One Country, Two Systems, Three Legal Orders - Perspectives of Evolution by Yash Ghai (auth.), Jorge Costa Oliveira, Paulo Cardinal (eds.)