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Singapore Court of Appeal: Derivative Actions by Shareholders not Available for Companies in Liquidation

Singapore - March 24 2016 The Court of Appeal has decided on an important and novel point of law regarding derivative actions. In Petroships Investment Pte Ltd v Wealthplus...

Tan Ruo Yu, Khelvin Xu.


Singapore court recognises good faith endeavours to agree

Singapore - September 7 2012 Although contractual negotiations are not inherently contentious, they do involve two sides each representing their own interests....

John Cordova.


Limits on a trustee's discretion to postpone the sale of property

Singapore - August 23 2012 Individuals can create trusts for sale of their assets, such as real property, in their wills....


When forfeiture clauses constitute restraint of trade

Singapore - August 14 2012 It is common today for employers to incorporate an incentive award plan into their employment contracts, or to have a separate agreement with the employee stipulting the terms of bonus payments....

Mrinalini Singh.


Singapore court of appeal discusses bank’s duty of care to customer

Singapore - September 2 2011 In light of the increasing number of bankercustomer disputes regarding investments which have gone awry, the Singapore Court of Appeal’s decision in Go Dante Yap v Bank Austria Creditanstalt AG 2011 SGCA 39 is timely....

Mohammed Reza, Alina Chia.