They seek court order to declare him legally dead after all search efforts come up blank.
A delivery driver who failed to convince a High Court judge that he did not know he was delivering drugs has been handed the death penalty after being convicted of drug trafficking.
But relief may not be long-lasting, court orders can be contested.
A group of academics has said it cannot accept the Ministry of Education's (MOE) assurances that the proposed law against online falsehoods will not affect their work.
Singapore's draft law to curb the spread of online falsehoods does not restrict opinion and will not affect academic research work, the Ministry of Education (MOE) said in response to concerns raised by a group of academics.
Lawyer for investor suing aesthetics doctor Georgia Lee calls the arrangement a 'sham'.
The High Court heard that the girl was taking the train with her grandparents when the accused, who was in the same carriage, noticed her.
The society has been invited to give feedback to the Government on the draft Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act and will be sharing its perspectives with the policymakers: Law Society president Gregory Vijayendran
Effective: 12 Apr 2019
Published: 12 Apr 2019
Effective: 15 Apr 2019
In Koh Kim Teck, Smiling Sun Limited v Credit Suisse AG, Singapore Branch  SGHC 82, the SHC found that there was no any investment advisory duty owed by the bank to its customer in either contract or tort.
The Principal Assisant Registar held that the Applicant has not established that the average consumer in Singapore would understand the Subject Mark (especially the French word element “Patissier”) to have a meaning in Singapore at the date of registration.
The IP Adjudicator found that that there was no evidence of any use of the Subject Mark in the exact form in which it had been registered.