- Same sex marriage is not legal in Hong Kong
- Case involves a gay couple who registered their marriage in London but property owned is in Hong Kong
- Current law does not recognize foreign same-sex marriage and thus, partner won’t be able to inherit estate in the absence of a will, won’t be entitled to first priority in obtaining grant to the administration and others
- Case still ongoing
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