Not really, and definitely not in the way Delaware does, at least according to this 2013 analysis.

Hong Kong lacks a general appraisal remedy; instead, at least for public companies, the takeover must be evaluated by an independent advisor and those finding made available to shareholders.

Considering Canadian and Cayman Islands appraisal rules, we see great diversity across appraisal regimes worldwide, even among jurisdictions that have a common legal-ancestor (English common law).

**Lowenstein Sandler does not practice in Hong Kong.  Consult a Hong Kong attorney for questions regarding Hong Kong law.

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Rich is an experienced securities litigator focusing on value-generating legal strategy.  Rich brings to each matter a deep knowledge of the quantitative methods side of securities litigation, especially damages computation, event studies, econometrics/economics and the theories, tools, and strategies involved in the preservation…

Rich is an experienced securities litigator focusing on value-generating legal strategy.  Rich brings to each matter a deep knowledge of the quantitative methods side of securities litigation, especially damages computation, event studies, econometrics/economics and the theories, tools, and strategies involved in the preservation and maximization of the value of client’s securities claims.