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Supreme Court Case Summary: Kiri Industries Ltd v Senda International Capital Ltd and another [2019] SGHC(I) 02

This case arose out of directions issued by the Court at a case management conference held on 23 Nov 2018.

High time Singapore sets up proper whistleblower laws, protection

High time Singapore sets up proper whistleblower laws, protection

Whistleblower policies in corporate Singapore are currently of the "optional", "best practices" variety.

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Abhilash s/o Kunchian Krishnan v Yeo Hock Huat and another [2019] SGCA 14

Companies — Oppression

Companies — Oppression

Supreme Court Case Summary: Abhilash s/o Kunchian Krishnan v Yeo Hock Huat and another [2019] SGCA 14

The CA dismisses appeal to value a company on the basis of a third-party offer.

Revision of the Singapore Code of Corporate Governance

This article looks at the implications of the new requirements under the revised Code to the corporate governance framework in Singapore. 

Six years of hell for family of dead woman sued for $1.6m, but relief after court dismisses suit

Six years of hell for family of dead woman sued for $1.6m, but relief after court dismisses suit

Relief for family of woman sued for $1.6m after court dismisses suit.

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Acra to overhaul portal after rogue agents misused services

Acra to overhaul portal after rogue agents misused services

The Acra will introduce measures in the second half of the year to ensure that registered filing agents carry out transactions on behalf of only their own clients, a spokesperson told The Business Times.

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Company director hit with record $113,400 fine

Company director hit with record $113,400 fine

His breaches of Companies Act include failure to hold AGMs and not filing annual returns for nine firms.

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Healthstats founders lose bid to sue directors

Healthstats founders lose bid to sue directors

Judge rules that the ousted duo brought up the suit to retaliate against their removal.

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Singapore Court of Appeal allows application by director to inspect company records pursuant to section 199 of Companies Act, finding no ulterior motive

In Mukherjee Amitava v DyStar Global Holdings (Singapore) Pte Ltd & Ors [2018] SGCA 57, the Court held that a director has an almost-presumptive right to inspect the company documents to the extent these fall within the ambit of s199 of the Companies Act. 

Revised code of corporate governance and consequential amendments to the SGX listing rules

This article discusses some of the key changes to the Code, and the corporate governance advisory committee which the MAS expects to establish by the end of this year.

Re IM Skaugen SE and other matters [2018] SGHC 259

Companies — Schemes of arrangement

Companies — Schemes of arrangement
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