CA allows appeal against decision ordering a permanent restraint against the respondent relying on a foreign judgment obtained after parties obtained arbitral awards.
While CA found that the appellant had acted as a mere courier, he had not been issued a certificate of substantive assistance. The HC's mandatory death sentence was upheld.
CA allows luxury yacht dealer to retain pre-contract deposit paid by prospective buyer notwithstanding that he decided not to proceed with a purchase.
CA orders that the pool of matrimonial assets to be divided between the parties to be reduced from $38m to $35m.
SICC holds that the first plaintiff had the ability to fund a joint venture company.
SGCA held that initial innocent possession is not a requirement for a conviction under s 403 of the Penal Code for dishonest misappropriation.
SGCA found that the freight forwarder which imported counterfeit goods was not liable for trade mark infringement.
The High Court (Family Division) allows a gay man’s application to adopt his four-year-old biological son who was birthed through gestational surrogacy in the US.
CA by a 2:1 majority allows appeal against HC conviction of drug trafficking and abetment charges.
CA allows the AG to intervene on public interest privilege; grants extension of time for the CIT to request for further arguments and to admit further evidence to the HC.
CA dismisses appeal by the appellant against HC decision to award the respondent damages for the appellant’s breach of various terms under a settlement agreement.
CA affirms HC decision to set aside the trust deed for misrepresentation, mistake, undue influence and unconscionability.
The lawyer was struck off the roll by the Court of Three Judges on the basis of his conviction for providing false information to IRAS.
CA gives its reasons for dismissing an application for extension of time to appeal on the basis that the putative appeal would have no prospect of success.
CA rules that Permanent Court of Arbitration tribunal had no jurisdiction to hear their investment treaty claim against Lesotho.
CA clarifies that Sg law does not recognise claims in general damages for pre-trial losses of earning capacity, only claims in special damages for pre-trial losses of earnings.
In this case involving aesthetic doctors who negligently caused a patient’s death, the Court of Three Judges struck the lead doctor off the register and suspended the assisting doctor for 18 months.
CA awards damages of $1.3m and costs of $315k to respondents for appellants’ breaches of consent order intended to settle dispute on Turf City joint venture.
CA allows appeals against SHC's decision as to the division of matrimonial assets, and grants order for lump sum maintenance for children of marriage.