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Court of Appeal Rules on Implied Easements for Neighboring Properties

Australia - December 22 2015 Generally, for an easement to arise in connection with registered land, it must be acquired by registration in accordance with the provisions of the...

Ang Leong Hao, Yan Yijun.


What constitutes a valid compromise agreement

Singapore - September 28 2011 Compromise agreements are essentially contracts through which parties settle their disputes before they reach final adjudication....

Andrea Baker.


Arbitrators are bound by pleadings of the parties

Singapore - August 17 2011 The rules of procedural validity for arbitration and litigation differ in many ways....

Andrea Baker, Jansen Chow.


The scope of a director’s right to inspect company accounts

Singapore - June 16 2011 A director of a company has the right to inspect the company’s accounting documents....

Nelson Goh.


Restarting an action after being struck out for non-compliance with unless order

Singapore - June 2 2011 In Doctor's Associates Inc v Lim Eng Wah (trading as Subway Niche) 2011 SGHC 104, the Plaintiff brought proceedings against the Defendant for infringement and passing off of trade mark....