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Hyflux hopes to present rehabilitation scheme to creditors by April, 2019

Hyflux hopes to present rehabilitation scheme to creditors by April, 2019

Hyflux is likely to seek an additional four months of reprieve from creditors before its current court-approved debt moratorium expires on Dec 18.

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Lessons from the Jurong Aromatics case: non-assignment, crystallisation and set-off

The case of Jurong Aromatics Corp Pte Ltd (receivers and managers appointed) and others v BP Singapore Pte Ltd and another matter [2018] SGHC 215 is significant as it makes important distinctions.

China sportswear manufacturer is the first foreign company to be placed under judicial management in Singapore

The case is the first of its kind under the new amendments to the Companies Act introduced in 2017, which extended Singapore’s judicial management regime to foreign companies.

Re Aathar Ah Kong Andrew [2018] SGHC 227

Insolvency Law — Bankruptcy

Yashwant Bajaj v Toru Ueda [2018] SGHC 229

Insolvency Law — Bankruptcy

Supreme Court Case Summary: Douglas Foo Peow Yong v ERC Prime II Pte Ltd and another appeal and other matters [2018] SGCA 67

CA allowed the winding up of ERC Prime II and Gryphon Real Estate Investment Corporation on the basis that the applicants had justifiably lost confidence in the management of these companies.

Voting rights of bondholders and trustees in restructuring proceedings

In Re Swiber Holdings Ltd [2018] SGHC 211, the SHC dealt with novel issues arising from when the bond issuer enters judicial management, or seeks  a to restructure its debt in a scheme of arrangement.

Re Swiber Holdings Ltd [2018] SGHC 211

Companies — Receiver and manager

Enhancing the existing insolvency legal framework – Ipso facto clauses

This short note seeks to focus on the potential impact of the new Omnibus Bill on ipso facto clauses which are commonly found in many commercial contracts.

Wheeler, Mark v Standard Chartered Bank (Singapore) Limited [2018] SGHC 205

Insolvency Law – Bankruptcy

Insolvency Law – Bankruptcy

Bill introduced to consolidate and update insolvency and bankruptcy laws

In this Update, we take a look at the key elements of the Bill and the implications of the upcoming changes.

Journals Online: Creditor schemes of arrangement and dissenting creditor protection

This article looks at three of the legislative changes to scheme of arrangement provisions in the debt restructuring regime in Singapore, namely, the headcount test, cram-downs and pre-packs.

Judicial management – The effect of creditors’ third-party security on their voting rights

Judicial management – The effect of creditors’ third-party security on their voting rights

The case of Re Swiber Holdings Ltd and another matter [2018] SGHC 180 is a welcome addition to the body of case law that complements and supplements the insolvency legislation of Singapore.

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