The SICC holds that the defendant, Barclays, is liable to reimburse the plaintiff for transferring a sum of US$871,085.61 to a 3rd party pursuant to a payment instruction which Barclays sent to the plaintiff but subsequently sought to cancel.
SGCA dismissed the accused’s appeal against the SHC's decision on conviction and sentence and the Prosecution’s appeal against the SHC's sentence for the offence of culpable homicide.
SGCA finds that there is no duty to call a by-election when a single vacancy arises in a GRC, but holds that the appellant need not pay costs to the respondent.
SGCA grants declaration that deceased had acquired title to land by adverse possession, prior to State acquisition; but holds that there is no legal basis under statute to award compensation.
SGCA determined that Madagascan rosewood logs brought by the applicants into Singapore were not imported but instead were in transit, and accordingly quashed the applicants’ convictions for importation without valid permits.
SGCA determines that Madagascan rosewood logs brought by the applicants into Singapore were not imported but instead were in transit, and accordingly quashes the applicants’ convictions for importation without valid permits.
The Court of Three Judges orders the respondent solicitor to be suspended for a period of three years for acting in conflict of interest in a criminal matter.
SGCA dismisses the appellant’s appeal, and upholds service out of jurisdiction of the committal papers on the appellant.
SGCA dismisses appeal against SHC's decision to value the respondents’ minority shares without providing for a discount.
The SCA explains the law on winding up a company on the just and equitable ground because it had lost its substratum.
SICC found the operator of a virtual currency exchange platform liable for breach of contract and breach of trust in reversing trades made at an abnormal exchange rate.
The SCA allows the appeal of one appellant's conviction on a charge of possession of diamorphine for the purpose of trafficking.
The SHC held that a writ of seizure and sale can be attached to a joint tenant’s interest in land.
This case arose out of directions issued by the Court at a case management conference held on 23 Nov 2018.
CA upholds sentence of reformative training for intellectually disabled teenager convicted of serious sexual offences and clarifies applicable sentencing principles.
HC reduces sentence for offences under s 6(c) of Prevention of Corruption Act, and clarifies approach to restitution as sentencing factor and sentencing for multiple offences.
The CA allows the appeal against decision that a common intention constructive trust had arisen over a property.
The CA dismisses appeal to value a company on the basis of a third-party offer.
CA held that CGH had failed to put in place a system for proper follow-up of radiological results and patient management, causing a delay in the paient's diagnosis of lung cancer.
SCA set aside the HC's decision and granted leave to Shanghai Turbo to serve the writ on the Mr Liu in China. SCA also restored the injunctions against him.