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Mareva Injunctions In Aid Of Foreign Court Proceedings
In many cases, the dispute has been referred to arbitration abroad or to a foreign court.
Singapore
13 Feb 2019
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Judicial Management – The Effect Of Creditors' Third-Party Security On Their Voting Rights
Bank creditors often take security in the form of guarantees or mortgages given by the borrower's parent or affiliated companies.
Singapore
29 Aug 2018
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Letters Of Credit – Issuing Bank vs Confirming Bank (Deutsche Bank AG v CIMB Bank Bhd)
Therefore, the question was whether a presentation made more than 21 days after the date of shipment but before the expiry date was a valid presentation.
Singapore
10 Jul 2018
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The House Of Cards That Came Tumbling Down: Singapore Court Of Appeal Sets Aside Order Sanctioning Schemes Of Arrangement
The CA held that the rejection of the JEI Proposal should have been disclosed and it was difficult to believe that the Scheme Companies were unaware of the same.
Singapore
13 Sep 2017
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Judicial Sale Of Ships – Order Of Priorities And Lessons For Mortgagees
The proceeds of a judicial sale of a ship are normally paid according to the following order:
Singapore
18 Jul 2017
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Letters Of Credit Incorporating UCP 600: Examining The Relationship Of The Banks Involved
The nature of the relationship between the issuing bank and the nominated bank, in a letter of credit arrangement incorporating the Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits 600, was put under the microscope.
Singapore
22 Jun 2016
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The Bunga Melati 5 – The Saga Ends
The saga began when Equatorial Marine Fuel Management Services Pte Ltd (the "Plaintiff") commenced an in rem action against the Bunga Melati 5 which was a ship belonging to MISC Berhad.
Singapore
13 Jun 2016
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When Is A Contract For The Sale Of Goods Not A Contract For The Sale Of Goods?
The office of an interpleading suit is not to protect a party against a double liability, but against double vexation in respect of one liability.
Singapore
4 Apr 2016
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The "Xin Chang Shu" – Malice Inferred
In a judgment that must serve as a model of clarity, Steven Chong J explained why justice demanded that the plaintiff had to compensate the defendant for its act in arresting the defendant's vessel.
Singapore
19 Feb 2016
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Appealing To The Singapore Court Of Appeal: Beware The Procedural Pitfalls
Two recent cases highlight the need for care when considering an appeal from the High Court to the Court of Appeal.
Singapore
19 Feb 2016
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The Chem Orchid: Proper Termination Of A Bareboat Charter Party
The recent decision of Justice Steven Chong addresses certain important issues which are of practical significance to ship-owners and bareboat charterers alike.
Singapore
17 Feb 2016
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