Category: Case Commentary

Purchaser’s (of land) Lien Constitutes A Security Interest That May Be The Subject Matter of a Caveat Against The Relevant Property [Land Law] [Credit & Security]

In the recent Singapore High Court decision in PACC Offshore Services Holdings Ltd v Kensteel Engineering Pte Ltd [2017] SGHC 175 , Justice Tan Siong Thye held that a purchaser’s (of land) lien over monies paid as a deposit creates a security interest that is capable of being […]

Invoking The Inherent Jurisdiction Of The Singapore Court In Aid Of Foreign Restructuring Proceedings [Insolvency Law] [Cross-Border Jurisprudence]

*Case Commentary: Re Taisoo Suk (as foreign representative of Hanjin Shipping Co Ltd) [2016] SGHC 195 In the unreported decision of Re Taisoo Suk (as foreign representative of Hanjin Shipping Co Ltd) [2016] SGHC 195 (released on 13 September 2016), the Singapore High Court exercised its inherent jurisdiction […]