Lawyers for man barred from living with his husband in subsidised Hong Kong housing describe policy as ‘blatantly discriminatory’

Apr 19, 2021 | INVESTING

Lawyers for a man barred from living with his husband in subsidised housing have described the Hong Kong government’s policy on authorised occupants as “blatantly discriminatory” and said the couple suffered a “very real sense of injustice”. Henry Li Yik-ho also lived in fear of eviction from a Home Ownership Scheme (HOS) flat upon learning the policy since his now-deceased husband, Edgar Ng Hon-lam, bought it for HK$5.45 million in 2018, Jin Pao SC told the High Court on Monday. The…

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