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Justice supplied (12 Dec 2002)

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The time and expense in going to court has driven the judiciary in Hong Kong to explore major reforms. At the judiciary's urging, one can skip court altogether on some matters and bring in a mediator to settle your dispute. Or one could spend someone else's money to enforce his legal rights in return for a share of whatever they recover for him in a settlement, or through a trial. This program explores the alternatives to a big legal bill.

Program: 
Pearl Report
Publish Date: 
Thursday, December 12, 2002
Station: 
TVB
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