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The new Rules of Court have been in the making for some time and were previously slated to come into operation by end 2021. On 1 December 2021, the new Rules of Court (ROC 2021) were gazetted and were announced

This article critically examines the legal controversy that arose in a recent spate of cases on the proper interpretation of s 51(10) of the Housing and Development Act, which regulates resulting and constructive trusts over HDB properties. Introduction The past

This article provides an overview of statutory and court-ordered restrictions on publication of information, which are more commonly known as gag orders. With a focus on criminal proceedings, the article considers the extent to which gag orders should protect the

Twelve-year old Benyamin Ahmed recently launched two NFTs and made close to half a million dollars. He is not the only one to benefit from NFTs. The surging popularity of NFTs means that a greater understanding of NFTs would be

Dance as a metaphor connotes relationships between control and experimentation, order and improvisation, purpose and play. The Copyright Bill 2021 which was passed in September 2021, and is expected to come into force before the end of the year, is

The Challenging Case of Khan v Meadows The tort of negligence has evolved into a sophisticated and calibrated framework. Even then, aspects of this elaborate structure are constantly being tweaked and, sometimes, challenged. Most recently, in the UKSC decision of Khan

Standards of Proof in Criminal Proceedings and What They Mean for the Accused The recent cases of Parti Liyani v PP and PP v Yeo Sow Nam have thrown the spotlight on what it means to be acquitted. This article examines how

2021 marks an interesting year for China’s data protection scene. On one hand, China reported close to 989 million internet users at the end of 2020. At the same time, 2021 saw the coming into force of two important pieces

China is likely to be the first major economy to issue central bank digital currency (CBDC). China’s CBDC, e-CNY, may lead to a new ecosystem that would profoundly affect business, product offerings and business practice. E-CNY is likely to affect

Navigating the Seas of International Commercial Disputes This article offers a practitioner’s perspective on China’s ambitious Belt and Road Initiative, as well as how and why the Singapore International Commercial Court is well positioned to play a bigger role in BRI