This article examines (a) the circumstances in which gifts and Inheritances (normally excluded assets) can fall into the matrimonial pool
Lessons from Lian Chee Kek Buddhist Temple v Ong Ai Moi and others  SGHC 172 Cases relating to charitable trusts do not frequently come before the courts in Singapore. This article examines the recent decision of Lian Chee Kek Buddhist
This article examines the lesser known types of costs that are potentially direct contributions under a presumption of resulting trust, namely (a) renovation or repair costs; and (b) legal fees and stamp duty. It is argued that the amount of
Three years after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bench & Bar Games resumed across the first weekend of September 2023. This coincided with the extended weekend of Singapore’s sixth Presidential Election and Malaysia’s 66th National Day. As the
In recent times, an increasingly common issue for advocates and solicitors is the issue of whether their clients have the capacity to commence and or continue litigation proceedings.
The validation principle has been framed in both positive and negative terms. The former seeks to impute an implied choice of law that would validate the arbitration agreement while the latter operates to negate an implied choice of law that
In this primer, we explain the current law in Singapore regarding the sterilisation of persons who lack mental capacity (P) and the relevance of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. This is adapted from a longer