Maybank to appoint receivers, managers for Tuaspring assets excluding desalination plant.
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.
An enhanced study (from the 2015 edition) was commissioned by SAL's Promotion of Singapore Law Committee to understand the changes in perception towards governing law & jurisdictional choices in cross-border transactions, as well as to cover a broader scope and wider reach.
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Banking — Electronic banking
Lawyer for investor suing aesthetics doctor Georgia Lee calls the arrangement a 'sham'.
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.
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Building and construction law — Construction torts
In a statement yesterday, the police said this is the first case of its kind.
The case, which opened in the High Court yesterday, was described by Ms Hatta's lawyer as "a high-society game of bait and switch".
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In Mitsubishi Corp RTM International Pte Ltd v Kyen Resources Pte Ltd  SGHCR 6, the Court held that a seller could bring an action for the price of unapid goods under SOGA even though the seller retained title in the goods.
Rosewood logs worth US$50 million were imported by Singaporean Wong Wee Keong and his firm Kong Hoo from Madagascar without a permit.
In this article, we will explore how Force Majeure clauses may be invoked to avoid the obligation to perform an agreement that is no longer workable in a tariff or quota situation.