Category: Law

Restraining Calls on Performance Bonds

Case Commentary [Contract Law / Performance Bonds / Evidence] In the decision by the #Singapore Court of Appeal (the “SCA“) in Bintai Kindenko P/L v Samsung C&T Corp and Anor [2019] SGCA 39 (the “Judgment“) the SCA upheld the High Court’s decision to discharge an interim *preventing* a party from calling on […]

Till Annulment Do Us Part

An examination of the grounds on which a marriage is considered void under the Women’s Charter.

Specifically, an evaluation as to whether a registered marriage may subsequently be annulled by the Registrar of Marriages due to gender reassignment of one of the parties to the registered marriage.

Determining The Nature of Security – Case Commentary: Qilin World Capital Ltd v CPIT Investments Ltd and another appeal [2018] SGCA(I) 1 [Credit & Security]

In the Singapore Court of Appeal’s judgment in Qilin World Capital Ltd v CPIT Investments Ltd and another appeal [2018] SGCA(I) 1 (available as of 8 March 2018 on Singapore Law Watch here) (the “Judgment“), the Court was tasked to determine the nature of security granted by one party […]