Published: 12 Nov 2018
The Singapore Civil Defence Force will propose legislation by next year to hold errant parties responsible if they cause panels to be used wrongly on building exteriors.
This is the second of two new Singapore initiatives designed to facilitate infrastructure development in Asia, the first being Infrastructure Asia.
Infrastructure development is a key national priority for Asian governments; however, there is still huge unmet need, and gaps which prevent more infrastructure projects from taking off.
This commentary looks at the case against the backdrop of decisions both prior to and in the wake of it and examines the ramifications of the Court of Appeal’s decision.
CA reverses HC's finding that adjudicator breached natural justice by applying “beyond reasonable doubt” standard in proceedings where parties did not address adjudicator on applicable standard of persuasion.
Parties in such projects will set up a Dispute Board of neutral experts to quickly resolve issues as they crop up.
Businessman seeks at least $2m in damages for 492 alleged defects in Sentosa Cove home.
The Bill seeks to improve the administration of the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act (“SOPA”) and proceedings under the SOPA.
This update includes summaries of notable cases such as Bintai Kindenko Pte Ltd v Samsung C&T Corp  SGCA 39 and The Wellness Group Pte Ltd v Paris Investment Pte Ltd & Ors  SGCA 47.
Published: 24 Sep 2018
Building and Construction Law — Damages
Introduced: 10 Sep 2018
Published: 31 Aug 2018
Building and Construction Law — Architects, Engineers and Surveyors