Unwritten Constitutional Norms: Finding the Singapore Constitution
This article examines the judicial articulation of unwritten constitutional norms in Singapore over the last few years. It takes as its starting point that the constitution is underpinned by foundational norms and the articulation of such norms is important to
Administrative Law in Singapore: Recent Developments and Looking Ahead
There has been an increased interest in the field of administrative law in Singapore in recent years. This has been triggered by a number of significant developments in the field.
Double Standards of Rationality
The review of decisions on grounds of irrationality (rationality review) is central to modern administrative law. Thus, Singapore’s courts have affirmed a general standard of rationality review, applicable regardless of a decision-maker’s office or the field he purports to have
How to Avoid Getting “Clubbed” to Death: A Survival Guide
The activities of clubs span the gamut of human experience. It is therefore unsurprising that they are often embroiled in disputes. This article examines the appropriate legal avenues and grounds for challenging the decisions of clubs. It suggests that since
Raising New Issues at Judicial Review: When Might Late be Too Late?
An examination of the recent ruling of the Court of Appeal in AXY & Ors v Comptroller of Income Tax  SGCA 23 on the admissibility of subsequent matters in judicial review proceedings. The recent decision of the Court of Appeal