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Kam-hung has also been made many contributions to the community, as well as participating in numerous public committees including:
Advisor of Sustainable Development Center of the Macau University of Science and Technology
Advisor of GIREAA
Council Member of CIREAA
Council member of the Hong Kong Association of the Advancement of Real Estate & Construction Technology Limited
Council Member of Land & Development Advisory Committee
Council Member of HKTDC Infrastructure Development Advisory Committee
Member of the Construction Industry Council (CIC)
Member of the Advisory Board of the Business Valuation Forum
Council Member of the Business Valuation Forum
Council Member of Harbor-front Enhancement Committee
Council Member of Land & Building Advisory Committee
President of the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors
Senior Vice President of the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors
Chairman of Surveyors Registration Board
Inaugurating Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Business Valuation Forum
Vice President of HKIS
Chairman of General Practice Division Council of HKIS
“If we want to have a more beautiful world, we should know how to abandon our selfishness, how to help those people in need and how to contribute to our society.” – by Kam-Hung
Kam-hung has also been a committee member of the Cost Committee since 4 August 2010.
The Cost Committee is a judicial body which inputs roles for the provision of the remuneration of solicitors in respect of non-contentious business and other incidental matters as set out in section 74(3) of the Legal Practitioners Ordinance (Cap. 159).
The following rules are currently in force –
- Solicitors (General) Costs Rules (Cap. 159G) These provide for conveyancing scale fees; the fees for copying, certifying and producing certain documents, for administering oaths, affidavits and affirmations, and for marketing exhibits; and the ‘fair and reasonable’ principle for fees for other non-contentious business regulated under the above Rules.
- Solicitors (Trade Marks and Patents) Costs Rules (Cap. 159I) These prescribe the costs for specified non-contentious trade mark and patent business (e.g. application for registration of a trade mark); and the ‘fair and reasonable’ principle for other non-contentious business regulated under the above Rules.