Wallace Wong > Deacons > Hong Kong, Hong Kong > Lawyer Profile
5TH FLOOR, ALEXANDRA HOUSE
18 CHATER ROAD, CENTRAL
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Property practice group
Wallace has extensive experience in sales of Hong Kong residential and commercial development projects under Consent Scheme and Non-Consent Scheme (including Deed of Mutual Covenant preparation and approval applications and pre-sale consent applications) and in advising developers on compliance with Residential Properties (First-hand Sales) Ordinance.
Wallace has considerable experience in advising on Land Grants, development agreements, building mortgages, development project related security documents, management agreements and property management matters.
He also regularly advises on general sale and purchase, mortgages and tenancies of residential, commercial and industrial properties in Hong Kong.
Member, The Law Society of Hong Kong
LLB, University of Hong Kong
PCLL, University of Hong Kong
A firm founded in Hong Kong, Deacons offers a thorough knowledge of the market and local regulations, as well as the capability to advise on large developments and cross border transactions. The real estate practice is led by the ‘outstanding‘ Lilian Chiang, who advises on major development projects and is recommended for her ‘technically sound advice‘. Wallace Wong has over two decades of experience and has handled many large real estate M&A deals in that period. Consequently, Wong has developed strong and lasting relationships with several major developers in Hong Kong, including the Urban Renewal Authority. Karen Chan and Wai Tung Yu are also key names to note. They assist on property transactions involving mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and property investment.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Commercial, corporate and M&A: independent Hong Kong law firms
- Intellectual property
- Investment funds
- Labour and employment
- Real estate
- Antitrust and competition
- Capital markets (debt)
- Capital markets (equity)
- Corporate (including M&A)
- Dispute resolution: international arbitration
- Dispute resolution: litigation
- Domestic and International Corporate Tax
- Private Client and Family
- Banking and finance