[2015] Singapore Construction Adjudication Review



The Singapore Construction Adjudication Review series is the authoritative report of adjudication determinations made under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act. Each volume contains commentary and reports on adjudication determinations made with respect to adjudication applications lodged with the Singapore Mediation Centre. This volume focuses on adjudications between 1 January 2015 and 31 December 2015.

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Law of Evidence in Singapore



The Law of Evidence in Singapore presents to lawyers the classical topics of evidence law with clarity and depth. The book, which arranges the topics in the most thematically logical structure, combines straightforward explanations with scholarly analyses of the Evidence Act, local case law, and developments in other jurisdictions.

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Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s):Chen Siyuan and Lionel Leo
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The Law & Practice of Family Law in Singapore



Law and Practice of Family Law in Singapore provides a clear picture of the law and practice relating to family proceedings in the Family Court and the High Court. The book covers the entire range of family business and contains all the essential materials you need to practise in the Family Court. It provides comprehensive coverage of Family Law written by a respected and authoritative team including judicial officers. Fully updated to include the latest case law, as well as full coverage of new and amended legislation, this book is one not to be missed by practitioners of family law. Format : DUO (Hardback + ProView eBook)

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Singapore Journal of Construction Law



This journal serves as a report on cases which are considered to be relevant to the practice of construction law and a forum for analysis and discourse on subjects of contemporary interest in this area of law. While the presentation of the reports and editorial materials in each issue will be familiar to construction lawyers and specialist advisers, several features have been introduced to ensure that the contents are easily accessed by contract administrators, architects, quantity surveyors and engineers who have to deal with construction contracts. For this reason each reported case is fronted by a case digest pointing out the salient aspects of the decision as well as its practical implications. Similarly the articles and commentaries are published on the basis of topicality and the significance of the subjects for practitioners at large.

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Global Technology Law Conference 2015 : The Future of Money and Data



The Global Technology Law Conference 2015, held over two days on 29 and 30 June 2015, is the second in a series of international conferences delving into the issues thrown up by the collision of law and disruptive technologies. The conference grappled with legal and regulatory issues in the wake of financial technologies, or Fintech, and the challenges to data protection and intellectual property law associated with big data. This book collects a series of articles that deal with these topics in much greater depth. The views articulated at the conference form the bedrock of these articles. It is hoped that the ideas and views captured between these covers will contribute to the development of jurisprudence in this exciting and everchanging area of law.

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Reading Law - The Interpretation of Legal Texts



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[2014] Singapore Construction Adjudication Review



The Singapore Construction Adjudication Review series is the authoritative report of adjudication determinations made under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act. Each volume contains commentary and reports on adjudication determinations made with respect to adjudication applications lodged with the Singapore Mediation Centre. This volume focuses on adjudications between 1 January 2014 and 31 December 2014.

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Singapore Civil Procedure 2016 (Hardback and Proview eBook)



The Singapore Civil Procedure 2016 is an essential court book that is on the desk of judges and lawyers. This 2016 edition becomes a must-have copy so that you share the same perspective as the judges on the latest up-to-date workings of the Rules of Court when preparing for and in court. It has been written by a brand new author team of mostly contributors from Singapore's top law firms, led by a new Editor-in-Chief, giving you the reliability and confidence that the content is written in the best way with a fresh perspective meant for practitioners.

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Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s):Editor-in-Chief Judicial Commissioner Foo Chee Hock and a team of expert contributors
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Rule of Law Symposium 2014



This book is the result of the Rule of Law Symposium that was convened in Singapore in May 2014 to consider the implications of the rule of law for development both in the South-East Asia region and globally. The chapters in this book represent a conversation between senior judges, scholars and lawyers from the worlds of business and private practice. There are four thematic sections, which address: the rule of law and development from a legal and policy perspective; the implications of the rule of law for business and finance; the rule of law in international investment disputes; and judicial reflections from the past or present heads of the Judiciary in England and Wales, Hong Kong and Singapore. The thematic sections are followed by individual contributions from former UN Legal Counsel, Ambassador Patricia O’Brien; Singapore’s Minister for Law and Foreign Affairs, Mr K Shanmugam, and The Honourable Solicitor-General Lionel Yee.

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Core Values of an Effective Judiciary



This book is a compendium of principal papers and commentary papers which were presented at the 15th Biennial Conference of Chief Justices of Asia and the Pacific which was held in Singapore. The focus of this Conference was on the search for ways to achieve the establishment of the core values of an effective judiciary, such as integrity, independence, transparency and securing access to justice, as well as the role of the Judiciary in supporting the growth of transnational commerce. These five core values became the tenets of this Conference upon which each session was based. Core Values of an Effective Judiciary pays tribute to the contributions of the speakers and is a record of the discussions and the diverse viewpoints and experiences that were shared on various judicial issues during the Conference. The papers are published according to the conference sessions and core values. In addition, to lead each session, an introductory paper was prepared that synthesised the thoughts, expressions and ideas presented in that session. The papers and their titles have been edited for publication Highlights:- •Contributions by eminent members of the Judiciary from Australia, Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Nepal, New Zealand, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand and the US •Diverse viewpoints and insights from different countries collated into one, conveniently accessible publication

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[2013] Singapore Construction Adjudication Review



The Singapore Construction Adjudication Review series is the authoritative report of adjudication determinations made under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act. Each volume contains commentary and reports on adjudication determinations made with respect to adjudication applications lodged with the Singapore Mediation Centre. This volume focuses on adjudications between 1 January 2013 and 31 December 2013.

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10th ANNIVERSARY:Law of Trade Marks and Passing off in Singapore (Third Edition)



This book provides an authoritative and insightful commentary on the entire range of issues concerning trade marks and passing off in Singapore, including those generated by the Internet and social media.

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Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s):Tan Tee Jim, S.C.
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Arbitration in Singapore



Arbitration has over recent years become the preferred mode of dispute resolution among parties entering into cross-border transactions, providing a flexible and efficient mechanism for the resolution of disputes between parties from different legal and cultural backgrounds. As Singapore continues to grow and position itself as a centre for dispute resolution, not only locally and regionally, but also internationally as a centre of arbitration and mediation excellence, arbitration has thus become one of the fastest growing areas of law in this country. Arbitration in Singapore: A Practical Guide is a comprehensive how-to text guide written by the practitioners for practitioners. The book discusses the role of the Singapore court during and after arbitration, providing guidance on when the court can intervene in proceedings, enforce, and entertain a challenge to an award. Each stage of arbitration is explained clearly, from the appointment of the tribunal and its powers, to the relief and remedies it may award. It covers the key features of arbitration agreements and examines the subject through expert commentary and analysis.

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Construction Contracts Dictionary 2nd ed



This dictionary is intended to be a quick reference originally for terms which appear in construction contracts and in matters arising from construction claims. This new second edition has seen a 20% expansion in the number of entries but retains the coverage as originally envisaged for this work. Having been cited in a number of leading decisions relating to contract formation, delays, frustration and performance bonds in Singapore and Malaysia, this dictionary consists of a readily accessible A – Z glossary of definitions of construction contract terms arising from the business side of contracting as well as technical and engineering terms where these have not been defined in codes of practice or industrial standards used in the industry, with over 100 new entries: • terms and expressions encountered in relevant statutes and standard forms; • common technical terms found in contract documents; • terms applied in leading construction decisions; and • terms and expressions encountered in construction arbitration and adjudication. It also includes key feature like footnotes that complement many of the entries to facilitate reference to authorities, source documents and other instructive reference materials. Construction Contracts Dictionary has received outstanding reviews as an unrivalled compendium for owners, contractors, architects, quantity surveyors, engineers, project managers, contract administrators and other members of the construction professions.

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LAW OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY - 2nd Edition



Law of Intellectual Property of Singapore 2nd Edition aims to help practising lawyers (both in and outside Singapore) and law students navigate through this complex IP landscape. This title provides the reader with the fundamentals of the major IP rights in Singapore - Copyright and related rights (registered designs, performers' rights); Trade Marks (passing off¬ and the Trade Marks Act); Patents; Trade Secrets, other Confidential Information and more. There have been many important developments since its last edition thus it is imperative that the Legal practitioners and students in Singapore are fully aware of these developments.

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Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s):Ng-Loy Wee Loon - Professor, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
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[2012] Singapore Construction Adjudication Review



The Singapore Construction Adjudication Review series is the authoritative report of adjudication determinations made under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act. Each volume contains commentary and reports on adjudication determinations made with respect to adjudication applications lodged with the Singapore Mediation Centre. This volume focuses on adjudications between 1 January 2012 and 31 December 2012.

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An Introduction to Singapore's Constitution (Third Edition)



Law is one of the most jargon-filled and least-understood of disciplines, and among its sub-branches, constitutional law is considered one of the most difficult and arcane. Yet, the Constitution affects every one of us in ways we seldom contemplate. In this volume, the reader is quickly introduced to the basic concepts of constitutionalism, such as the separation of powers, the rule of law and the principle of judicial review. In twelve succinct chapters, this book covers the basic structure of government in Singapore as well as the fundamental liberties protected under the Constitution. Written with a minimum of fuss and jargon, this book provides the student and layperson with a compact and accessible guide to Singapore’s Constitution. A comprehensive reading list, glossary and list of cases cited is included for those interested in a more in-depth exploration of this topic. This third edition states the law as of July 2013. Publisher: Talisman Publishing

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Law and Practice of Construction Contracts (Fourth Edition, Vols 1 & 2)



Publication Year : 2012 Publisher : Sweet & Maxwell Asia This work has been established in Singapore as one of the leading texts for practitioners and students of the subject for nearly a quarter of a century. The new edition, published in a two-volume format, expands the work to cover additional aspects of the subject and to take into account some far reaching developments of the subject since the previous edition.

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[2011] Singapore Construction Adjudication Review



The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act was enacted in 2005 to facilitate payments for construction work done or for related goods or services supplied in the building and construction industry. The Act states that any party who has carried out construction work or supplied related goods or services in the building and construction industry under a contract made in writing has a statutory right to receive progress payment, even in the absence of such provision in the contract. In a dispute, an independent adjudicator, whose determination is binding, decides the amount to be paid in a claim made under the Act and the adjudicated amount must be paid by the due date. The Singapore Construction Adjudication Review series is the authoritative report of adjudication determinations made under the Act.

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Model Commercial Contracts and Letters (Third Edition)



Publication Date: January 2012 Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Asia This book, which offers a comprehensive discussion on a wide range of topics arising from the day-to-day tasks within a business, serves as a quick reference guide in understanding various areas of the law. It is aimed at providing practical assistance, in matters regarding the drafting of contracts and letters, to the various individuals who plays different roles in a corporate structure. There is an introduction or short commentary of the law to each chapter and a discussion on the use of forms and precedents and suggested checklists, where appropriate. This book is a useful guide for legal managers, in-house legal counsel, human resource professionals, administrators and businesspersons.

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[2010] Singapore Construction Adjudication Review



The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act was enacted in 2005 to facilitate payments for construction work done or for related goods or services supplied in the building and construction industry. The Act states that any party who has carried out construction work or supplied related goods or services in the building and construction industry under a contract made in writing has a statutory right to receive progress payment, even in the absence of such provision in the contract. In a dispute, an independent adjudicator, whose determination is binding, decides the amount to be paid in a claim made under the Act and the adjudicated amount must be paid by the due date. The Singapore Construction Adjudication Review series is the authoritative report of adjudication determinations made under the Act.

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[2009] Singapore Construction Adjudication Review



The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act was enacted in 2005 to improve cash-flow by helping to speed up payment in the building and construction industry. Under the Act, any party who has carried out construction work or supplied related goods or services in the building and construction industry under a contract made in writing will have a statutory right to receive progress payment. Applying to both private and public sector projects, under the Act the right to progress payment is available even where the contract has no provision for progress payment. The Act provides for statutory adjudication which is a simple process to resolve disputes in a quick and relatively low-cost manner. In an adjudication, an independent adjudicator decides on the amount to be paid for a claim made under the Act. The adjudicator’s decision (known as a determination) is binding and the adjudicated amount must be paid by a stipulated due date. This volume of the series contains all the determinations of the year 2009.

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[2008] Singapore Construction Adjudication Review



The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act was enacted in 2005 to improve cash-flow by helping to speed up payment in the building and construction industry. Under the Act, any party who has carried out construction work or supplied related goods or services in the building and construction industry under a contract made in writing will have a statutory right to receive progress payment. Applying to both private and public sector projects, under the Act the right to progress payment is available even where the contract has no provision for progress payment. The Act provides for statutory adjudication which is a simple process to resolve disputes in a quick and relatively low-cost manner. In an adjudication, an independent adjudicator decides on the amount to be paid for a claim made under the Act. The adjudicator’s decision (known as a determination) is binding and the adjudicated amount must be paid by a stipulated due date. This second volume of the series contains all the determinations of the year 2008.

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[2005-2007] Singapore Construction Adjudication Review



The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act was enacted in 2005 to improve cash-flow by helping to speed up payment in the building and construction industry. Under the Act, any party who has carried out construction work or supplied related goods or services in the building and construction industry under a contract made in writing will have a statutory right to receive progress payment. Applying to both private and public sector projects, under the Act the right to progress payment is available even where the contract has no provision for progress payment. The Act provides for statutory adjudication which is a simple process to resolve disputes in a quick and relatively low-cost manner. In an adjudication, an independent adjudicator decides on the amount to be paid for a claim made under the Act. The adjudicator’s decision (known as a determination) is binding and the adjudicated amount must be paid by a stipulated due date. The first volume contains all relevant adjudication determinations decided from 2005 to 2007. The annual review includes the full determinations of the adjudicators and commentary review of pertinent points which had been highlighted in the determinations.

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Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s):Chow Kok Fong, Christopher Chuah and Mohan Pillay (general editors)
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Law Relating to Specific Contracts in Singapore



Publication Date: 2008 Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Asia This book covers contracts for nearly every commercial situation, with specific sections on a range of contracts from agency to suretyship. Whenever you draft a contract, there is expert interpretation of the legal position, ensuring you have taken every eventuality into account. As you negotiate with the other party you can check that you aren't missing anything vital, using Law Relating to Specific Contracts in Singapore to back up your arguments. Whatever the dispute, if it involves contracts, this publication will help. You'll be able to easily refer to the relevant legislation. What's more, you'll have expert interpretation of relevant legislation and cases to refer to. Just as contract law is one of the pillars of the law, Law Relating to Specific Contracts in Singapore will be the cornerstone of expert contract law commentary for Singapore which you can rely on. Under the guidance of Editor-in-Chief, Mr Michael Hwang S.C., and General Editor, Prof Yeo Tiong Min, the Chapters have been set out to give the best possible range of coverage of issues relating to specific contracts.

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Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s):Michael Hwang SC (editor-in-chief) and Prof Yeo Tiong Min (general editor)
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Business Guide to Competition Law: Managing your Risks



Publication Date: March 2011 Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Asia The Singapore Competition Act which was introduced in 2005, marked a new era for businesses. One of the policy aims of competition law is to positively affect the behaviour of businesses. This Guide aims to help Singapore businesses understand competition principles and how to comply with the law so that businesses can avoid the significant risks of infringement which can adversely affect their financial position and reputation. Key Features: - Written by well-known lawyers who have significant expertise on the subject of competition law. - Practical coverage and application of law to everyday transactions and scenarios. - Checklists of things to look out for to avoid non-compliance, and FAQs for Sections 34, 47 and 54 prohibitions.

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Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s):ATMD Bird & Bird LLP, Susan de Silva, Sheena Jacob Sandra Seah, L Kuppanchetti & Simon Bishop
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Encounters with Singapore Legal History



Professor Geoffrey Bartholomew (1927-2005) taught law in Singapore for only 13 years but he spent a life-time studying Singapore’s legal system and history. His profound knowledge of Singapore’s legal system and its history is recognised in this volume of 16 essays published in his memory. Historical and contemporary aspects of Singapore Law, the role of legal personalities, the interplay of legal and other issues in the country's development are among the subjects explored in this collection of accessibly written dissertations. Anyone who wishes to understand the workings of Singapore’s legal system and legal history will inevitably encounter the name of Bartholomew at some point. This book provides valuable insight to the man and Singapore’s legal history. Publisher: Singapore Journal of Legal Studies

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Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s):Edited by Kevin Y. L. Tan and Michael Hor
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A Civil Practice - Good Counsel for Learned Friends



Authored by practitioners and a senior assistant registrar, with input from litigation practitioners, judicial officers and law academics, this guide is lighthearted yet serious in import. It offers sound counsel on proper etiquette outside and within a courtroom, encompassing a wide range of situations with instructive illustrations and examples. Especially useful is the table of words, phrases and modes of address which provides sample terms and expressions of common courtesy and respect which should be accorded to fellow members of the legal fraternity. Suitable for both junior and seasoned practitioners, the book provides invaluable guidance on conduct becoming of a member of a noble and honourable profession.

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Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s):Vinodh Coomaraswamy SC, Stanley Lai SC, Adrian Tan, Teh Hwee Hwee, Anand Nalachandran. Illustrator: Locknie Hsu
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Marshall of Singapore - A Biography (hardcover edition)



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Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s):Kevin Y L Tan
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Walter Woon on Company Law (Revised Third Edition)


Publication Date: 2009 Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Asia This Revised Third Edition, which includes changes to the law and cases since the publication of the Third Edition in 2005, provides the most comprehensive update on the current position of Company Law in Singapore. Namely, the Limited Liability partnership Act and amendments to the Companies Act. This edition is updated by the authors responsible for the Third Edition - all of whom are lecturers from the NUS Law School, and headed by the Dean of the NUS Law School, Prof Tan Cheng Han. Whether you are a legal practitioner, an in-house counsel, a professional from the accountancy and consultancy fields, or a law student, Walter Woon on Company Law (Revised Third Edition) provides you with an up to date commentary on the state of the corporate statutory and regulatory regime in Singapore.

 
 
Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s):Tan Cheng Han (general editor)
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Media Law in Singapore (Third Edition)


Publication Date: December 2011 Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Asia With the growth of the local media and entertainment industry in recent years, the third edition of this book is updated to reflect the significant developments in the law in respect of this industry in Singapore. The primary purpose of this book is to act as a concise and practical reference guide for media students and practitioners in respect of legal issues attendant on the various aspects of media production. This book seeks to achieve the following objectives: - Explain the regulatory framework that the local media and entertainment industry operates in - Explain the relevant substantive laws and regulations simply and concisely, in the context of the various aspects of media production - Enable readers to recognise situations where there are possible legal implications to their actions and to adopt practical measures to minimise such liability Also included are sample media production agreements.

 
 
Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s):Teo Yi-Ling
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