An analysis of the interplay between defects liability provisions and a claimant’s common law right to sue for damages for breach of contract.
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  SGCA 39 (the “Judgment“) the SCA upheld the High Court’s decision to discharge an interim *preventing* a party from calling on […]
Enforcing Foreign Interlocutory Judgments or Injunctive Relief In Singapore
The recent Singapore Court of Appeal judgment in Pathfinder Strategic Credit LP v Empire Capital Resources Pte Ltd  SGCA 29 (the “Judgment“) – accessible here – is a timely reminder of a corporate debtor’s obligations when applying to restructure its debts under Singapore’s Companies Act (the “Act“). […]
A case commentary on the Singapore Court of Appeal decision in Perennial (Capitol) Pte Ltd and Anor v Capitol Investment Holdings Pte Ltd and Ors  SGCA 11, as well as certain legal and practical takeaways.
Determining The Nature of Security – Case Commentary: Qilin World Capital Ltd v CPIT Investments Ltd and another appeal  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  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 […]
Case Commentary: Perennial (Capitol) Pte Ltd and Anor v Capitol Investment Holdings Pte Ltd and Ors  SGCA 11 [Insolvency Law] [Just & Equitable Winding Up Applications] [Shareholders’ Disputes] [Management / Shareholder Deadlock]
A review of – and commentary concerning – the Singapore Court of Appeal’s decision in Perennial (Capitol) Pte Ltd and Anor v Capitol Investment Holdings Pte Ltd and Ors  SGCA 11, concerning what constitutes “deadlock” in the context of an application to wind up a company on just and equitable grounds where shareholders have fallen out.
This post concerns the Singapore High Court’s recent decision in Law Beng Chong Gary v The Wellness Group Pte Ltd  (published on Singapore Law Watch here) (the “Judgment“) concerning principles of contractual construction. Justice Hoo Sheau Peng reiterated the principles applicable to contractual interpretation at  of […]
As of 11 October 2017, foreign companies meeting the relevant criteria may “re-domicile” in Singapore, effectively becoming Singapore companies. This is in line with the amendments to the Companies Act made earlier in March this year. Apart from the consequences of re-domiciliation highlighted in the Business Times article […]
The Singapore High Court opines on what an employer’s duty is to conduct “due inquiry” prior to exercising its right of summary termination.