|881. ||JULY 1993 Issue|
|Discharging an Instalment Sale Contract for Breach Additive Circuits (S) Pte Ltd v Wearnes Automation Pte Ltd|
Neo, SS Dora  Sing JLS 123 (Jul)
This article examines the issues to be considered in deciding whether an installment sales contract can be discharged for breach. It uses the above recent High Court case as a framework for discussion and suggests an alternative analysis of the facts of that case.
|882. ||JULY 1993 Issue|
|Claiming a Pound of Flesh as a Contingent or Prospective Creditor under the Companies Act|
Lee, Beng Tat  Sing JLS 144 (Jul)
This article examines the concepts of a "contingent" creditor and a "prospective" creditor in the Companies Act and the Companies (Winding Up) Rules 1969 in the light of existing case authority. In the process, it attempts to define the outer boundaries of these concepts. Some practical considerations and problems in making a claim against a company as a contingent or prospective creditor are also examined. Particular attention is paid to the problem of proving non-contractual claims for unliquidated damages in the winding up of the insolvent company.
|883. ||JULY 1993 Issue|
|The Effect of Non-Compliance with Rules of Procedure: A Survey of Recent Cases|
Pinsler, Jeffrey D  Sing JLS 187 (Jul)
This article is concerned with recent cases in which the Courts have made pronouncements on the scope and effect of Order 2 of the Rules of the Supreme Court. Order 2 governs the orders and directions which a court may give when there has been a failure to comply with the requirements of the rules of court.
|884. ||JULY 1993 Issue|
|Rethinking the Personal and Proprietary Distinction The Sumitomo Bank Ltd v Kartika Ratna Thahir & Ors|
Tjio, Hans  Sing JLS 198 (Jul)
This article examines the emergence of the remedial constructive trust in Singapore, and the consequential need to rethink the distinction between personal and proprietary claims. The focus will be on the implications of the constructive trust for the insolvency or bankruptcy regime.
|885. ||JULY 1993 Issue|
|Illegal Contracts in the Conflicts of Laws: Some Recent Developments in Singapore|
Toh, Kian Sing  Sing JLS 214 (Jul)
This article examines, from the perspective of the conflicts of laws, a cluster of recent local decisions on illegal contracts. Particular attention will be paid to the Foster and (supposed) Ralli principles and the manner in which the courts have applied these principles.
|886. ||JULY 1993 Issue|
|Documentary Letters of Credit: The Bank's Duty to Bring Up All Discrepancies Amixco Asia (Pte) Ltd v Bank Bumiputra Malaysia Berhad|
Hsu, Locknie  Sing JLS 226 (Jul)
|887. ||JULY 1993 Issue|
|Cutting the Thread of Life - The Right to Cease Medical Treatment Airedale NHS v Bland|
Fordham, Margaret & Choo, Han Teck  Sing JLS 235 (Jul)
|888. ||JULY 1993 Issue|
|Foreign Law in Bills of Lading Pacific Electric Wire & Cable Co Ltd & Anor v Neptune Orient Lines Ltd & Ors|
Yeo, Tiong Min  Sing JLS 245 (Jul)
|889. ||JULY 1993 Issue|
|Agreements to Refer Disputes to Arbitration|
Chong, Gek Sian David  Sing JLS 261 (Jul)
|890. ||JULY 1993 Issue|
|The Commission on Sustainable Development: First Substantive Session, New York, 14-25 June 1993|
Foo, Kim Boon  Sing JLS 274 (Jul)