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1. Chan Wing Cheong
2. Warren B Chik & Pang Keep Ying Joey
3. Chin Tet Yung
4. Knut Fournier
5. Nelson Goh
6. Leong Wai Kum
7. Peggy Pao-Keerthi Pei Yu
8. Khushboo Hashu Shahdadpuri
9. Tan Yock Lin
10. Charles Tay Kuan Seng
11. Zhuang WenXiong

 

 

Comments and Case Notes by

1. Chen Siyuan & Eunice Chua Hui Han
2. Goh Yihan & Yip Man
3. Tan Ruo Yu
4. Darius Tay Kang-Rui
5. Wee Meng Seng
6. Daryl Xu


Book Reviews by

1. The Honourable Justice Choo Han Teck
 

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1. The New Offence of “Unlawful Stalking” in Singapore
2. The Meaning and Scope of Personal Data under the Singapore Personal Data Protection Act
3. Hearsay Reforms – Simplicity in Statute, Pragmatism in Practice?
4. The Qantas/Emirates Decision – How the Competition Commission of Singapore Used the Net Economic Benefits Exclusion to Regulate the Air Passenger Market
5. Navigating the Minefield of Equity Release Products for Elders
6. Prohibiting Parental Physical Discipline of Child in Singapore
7. Looking Beyond Prospective Guidance – Sentencing Discretion in Capital Drug Framework and Lessons from the US
8. The Natural Justice Fallibility in Singapore Arbitration Proceedings
9. Good Faith Intermediation in the Law of Conversion
10. Substantive Legitimate Expectations – The Singapore Reception
11. The (Quistclose) Resulting Trust as a Proprietary Response to Unjust Enrichment – A Bridge Too Far?

Comments and Case Notes

1. Recent Developments in the Offer to Settle Regime in Singapore – Accepting an Offer to Settle before Damages are Assessed and the Contra Proferentem Rule: Ong & Ong Pte Ltd v Fairview Developments Pte Ltd [2014] 2 SLR 1285
2. The Protection from Harassment Act 2014 – Legislative Comment
3. Causation in Equitable Compensation – The Brickenden Rule in Singapore: Then Khek Koon v Arjun Permanand Samtani [2014] 1 SLR 245
4. When does One Cross the Rubicon of Submission? Broadcast Solutions Pte Ltd v Zoom Communications Ltd [2014] 1 SLR 1324
5. The Avoidance of Unregistered Charge and Extension of Time to Register: Media Development Authority of Singapore v Sculptor Finance (MD) Ireland Ltd [2014] 1 SLR 733
6. The Statutory Derivative Action – What of the Notice Requirement? Teo Seng Ho v IDV Concepts Pte Ltd [2013] SGHC 269 and Lee Seng Eder v Wee Kim Chwee [2014] 2 SLR 56

Book Reviews

1. Robert A Ferguson, Inferno: An Anatomy of American Punishment (Oxford University Press, 2013)
 
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ISBN MCI (P) 041/06/2014
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Articles by 

 

1. Chan Wing Cheong
2. Warren B Chik & Pang Keep Ying Joey
3. Chin Tet Yung
4. Knut Fournier
5. Nelson Goh
6. Leong Wai Kum
7. Peggy Pao-Keerthi Pei Yu
8. Khushboo Hashu Shahdadpuri
9. Tan Yock Lin
10. Charles Tay Kuan Seng
11. Zhuang WenXiong

 

 

Comments and Case Notes by

1. Chen Siyuan & Eunice Chua Hui Han
2. Goh Yihan & Yip Man
3. Tan Ruo Yu
4. Darius Tay Kang-Rui
5. Wee Meng Seng
6. Daryl Xu


Book Reviews by

1. The Honourable Justice Choo Han Teck
 

Contents

Articles

1. The New Offence of “Unlawful Stalking” in Singapore
2. The Meaning and Scope of Personal Data under the Singapore Personal Data Protection Act
3. Hearsay Reforms – Simplicity in Statute, Pragmatism in Practice?
4. The Qantas/Emirates Decision – How the Competition Commission of Singapore Used the Net Economic Benefits Exclusion to Regulate the Air Passenger Market
5. Navigating the Minefield of Equity Release Products for Elders
6. Prohibiting Parental Physical Discipline of Child in Singapore
7. Looking Beyond Prospective Guidance – Sentencing Discretion in Capital Drug Framework and Lessons from the US
8. The Natural Justice Fallibility in Singapore Arbitration Proceedings
9. Good Faith Intermediation in the Law of Conversion
10. Substantive Legitimate Expectations – The Singapore Reception
11. The (Quistclose) Resulting Trust as a Proprietary Response to Unjust Enrichment – A Bridge Too Far?

Comments and Case Notes

1. Recent Developments in the Offer to Settle Regime in Singapore – Accepting an Offer to Settle before Damages are Assessed and the Contra Proferentem Rule: Ong & Ong Pte Ltd v Fairview Developments Pte Ltd [2014] 2 SLR 1285
2. The Protection from Harassment Act 2014 – Legislative Comment
3. Causation in Equitable Compensation – The Brickenden Rule in Singapore: Then Khek Koon v Arjun Permanand Samtani [2014] 1 SLR 245
4. When does One Cross the Rubicon of Submission? Broadcast Solutions Pte Ltd v Zoom Communications Ltd [2014] 1 SLR 1324
5. The Avoidance of Unregistered Charge and Extension of Time to Register: Media Development Authority of Singapore v Sculptor Finance (MD) Ireland Ltd [2014] 1 SLR 733
6. The Statutory Derivative Action – What of the Notice Requirement? Teo Seng Ho v IDV Concepts Pte Ltd [2013] SGHC 269 and Lee Seng Eder v Wee Kim Chwee [2014] 2 SLR 56

Book Reviews

1. Robert A Ferguson, Inferno: An Anatomy of American Punishment (Oxford University Press, 2013)
 
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Products specifications
Article Type SAL Journal 2014
ISBN MCI (P) 041/06/2014
Publication Type JOURNALS
Shipping Rate To Singapore FREE
Weight 0.48000
Depth 2.00000
Height 24.00000
Width 15.00000
C$ Redeemable No
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