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861.  DECEMBER 1993 Issue
p.452

Tracing and Three-Party Restitution
Yeo, Tiong Min  •  [1993] Sing JLS 452 (Dec)
The writer argues that tracing claims, whether at law or equity, are restitutionary in nature, and a restitutionary framework can be used to rationalize this area of the law. In consequence, the threshold for tracing in equity and some of the received learning on common law tracing require re-examination, and the divergent outcomes at law and equity after a successful tracing exercise should be rationalized. In addition, the restitutionary liability of the agent who receives a bribe and the recipient who claims from such an agent is explicable on tracing principles.

862.  DECEMBER 1993 Issue
p.491

Debt Subordination
Tan, Cheng Han  •  [1993] Sing JLS 491 (Dec)
This article examines a method of debt financing which is relatively new in Singapore although it has been used in the United States since the 1930s and in England from the 1960s. Part of the reason for this may be attributed to the uncertainty over whether arrangements for subordinated debts will survive the insolvency of the debtor. This article will therefore focus primarily on the enforceability of the debt subordination agreements in the context of certain rules in the law of insolvency

863.  DECEMBER 1993 Issue
p.504

Making Sense of Documentary Evidence (Part I)
Tan, Yock Lin  •  [1993] Sing JLS 504 (Dec)
In Part I of this two-part article, the scope of the best evidence rule, both as it is understood at common law and as it is embodied in the Evidence Act, is clarified. Detailed consideration is particularly given to one of the expressions of the best evidence rule, namely, section 93. Part II will continue with a discussion of the inherent limitations in section 93 as opposed to its exceptions which are set out in section 94. The contention and demonstration that the Evidence Act is deficient in the treatment of mechanical, electrical and electronic recordings of relevant facts completes Part II.

864.  DECEMBER 1993 Issue
p.538

The UNCITRAL Model Law on International Credit Funds Transfers
Lim, Aeng Cheng Charles  •  [1993] Sing JLS 538 (Dec)

865.  DECEMBER 1993 Issue
p.557

Supreme Court of Judicature (Amendment) Act 1993
Tan, Yock Lin  •  [1993] Sing JLS 557 (Dec)

866.  DECEMBER 1993 Issue
p.578

The Retirement Age Act 1993 and Damages for Loss of Future Earnings
Soh, Kee Bun  •  [1993] Sing JLS 578 (Dec)

867.  DECEMBER 1993 Issue
p.582

Beyond Restitution and into Public Law Woolwich Equitable Building Society v Inland Revenue Commissioners
Ho, Hock Lai  •  [1993] Sing JLS 582 (Dec)

868.  DECEMBER 1993 Issue
p.589

Implied Terms Override Agent's Duty to Obtain Best Possible Price Horace Brenton Kelly v Margot Cooper & Another
Jeremiah, Joanna R  •  [1993] Sing JLS 589 (Dec)

869.  DECEMBER 1993 Issue
p.594

Demand Bonds and Injunctions Kvaerner Singapore Pte Ltd v UDL Shipbuilding (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Hsu, Locknie  •  [1993] Sing JLS 594 (Dec)

870.  DECEMBER 1993 Issue
p.602

Legislation and Judicial Decisions on International Law Singapore and International Law
 •  [1993] Sing JLS 602 (Dec)

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