SICC orders the defendant to provide particulars on the gist of what was stated by the relevant persons in giving rise to the understandings or agreement pleaded in the defence.
Civil Procedure – Pleadings
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The case, which opened in the High Court yesterday, is the latest legal tussle involving Mr Murjani and TWG Tea.
Defence discloses that $10,000 was returned; witness had earlier called remittance a bribe.
New company harnesses AI-driven technology to deliver legal services digitally.
Prof Robert Merges will discuss enforcement issues surrounding IP disputes, including arbitration and other non-court dispute resolution forums.
On 1 Oct 2018, the Goods and Services Tax (Amendment) Bill was tabled in Parliament for first reading.
Other changes include recovering interest from taxpayer who fails to comply with remission conditions; relief from stamp duty for corporate restructuring…
Building and construction law – Suspension of performance
The proposed introduction of litigation scale costs may hurt Republic's standing as a global litigation hub.
Assigned solicitors, who are private sector lawyers registered with the bureau, will be able to browse and select the relevant cases they wish to work on via its revamped website.
Cyber-security chief urges healthcare sector to change how IT security incidents are reported.
He details Singapore judiciary's position on constitutional challenges at US law lecture.
He posed as HDB officer to trick girl to his flat, then forced her to call younger sister over too.
Calling it a "very sad" case, a High Court judge said the 35-year-old technician had betrayed the trust of his daughter, effectively driven her out of their home and displayed no remorse at all by making her go through a trial.