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The Annotated Singapore Companies Act, Second Edition

The Annotated Singapore Companies Act provides invaluable section-by-section annotations to the Singapore Companies Act, Cap 50 throwing light on the application and interpretation of the provisions of the Act.

The high-quality annotations are insightful, practical and authoritative, enabling a confident understanding of the workings of the Act. The key terms and phrases in each section are explained by reference to local and foreign case law as well as academic writing.

This publication facilitates quick and easy research with the inclusion of cross-references from the provision being annotated to related provisions which work together with it.

The impact of the wide-ranging amendments brought in by the Companies (Amendment) Act 2014 as well as the Companies (Amendment) Act 2017, and the consolidation of the relevant sections on corporate rescue and insolvency with the Bankruptcy Act, Cap 20 into the Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act, 2018 is covered to make this publication fully up-to-date.

Significant amendments to the Act, covered in this title:

1. Establishes a new regime to enable a foreign corporate entity to transfer its registration to Singapore

2. Simplifies the timelines for holding of an AGM and filing of returns and reduces regulatory burdens for companies

3. Introduces a new corporate vehicle through the Variable Capital Companies Act 2018 which serves as a structure for both open and closed-ended investment funds in Singapore.

4. Updated the previous edition with recent local and foreign cases from 2017 to June 2023.


Key features

1. Provides insightful annotations to the Companies Act

2. Includes amendments made by the Companies (Amendment) Act 2014 and the Companies (Amendment) Act 2017 and the impact of the Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act, 2018

3. Prepared by an author with both broad academic and practical experience

4. Contains rich citation of local and foreign case law

5. Comprised of general overview, explanation of key terms/phrases, definitions, and cross-reference to related provisions

Damages, Expert Evidence and Valuation in Commercial Disputes in India

Jurisprudence surrounding the law of damages and valuation has remained constantly in flux. However, despite being at the forefront of commercial litigation and arbitration landscape, there is a lack of dedicated and reliable authorities devoted to the study of this area of law in India. The central objective of Damages, Expert Evidence and Valuation in Commercial Disputes in India is to bridge that gap. With contributions authored by practitioners across several common law jurisdictions in addition to India, there is a conscious attempt to produce a body of work that, though Indian law–facing, is well contextualized within the developments in common law jurisdictions and provides a comparative analysis wherever appropriate.

The book is aimed at practitioners, legal academics, and judges in the hope that it will be useful in shaping the jurisprudence surrounding damages, its quantification, and the use of expert evidence in India. 

Singapore Civil Procedure 2024

Editor-in-Chief: Cavinder Bull

With a team of expert contributors

Helmed by General Editor, Cavinder Bull S.C., this publication is annotated by some of the pre-eminent practitioners in the field.

It is the leading title of its kind, presenting the most comprehensive coverage of Singapore Civil Procedure in both print and electronic format. This title provides the new Rules of Court in an annotated format and supplies supporting legislation and other material of significance.

Construction Arbitration

In the construction industry, arbitration is the major means of dispute resolution, particularly for large, complex projects. This new book addresses the process from the perspectives of both the parties involved and that of their advisers. It discusses ways to improve results of the process and the management of costs and time and a purposive approach to manage a construction arbitration.



Personal Injury Reports (Consolidated Tables 2019-2023)

Providing an invaluable key for quick and accurate access to personal injury quantum awards

All Malaysia Tax Cases (AMTC) 2022

Reports important cases central to revenue law in Malaysia

Cyber Law in Malaysia: Principles and Practices

 Covers a wide range of legal issues in relation to the rapidly evolving digital landscape.

All Malaysia Reports 2023 Bound Volumes (AMR)

 Keeping in touch with Malaysian case law is greatly enhanced through the use of the All Malaysia Reports (AMR). Its fast and reliable reporting of appellate and High Court decisions make it an essential source of reference for all judges, lawyers, judicial officers, academics and law students. Careful selection of cases ensures that decisions with new and important points of law are brought to the attention of readers.

Every case is supported by a clear and easy-to-understand headnote. The issues raised in each case and the holding of the court are highlighted with relevant page, paragraph and line references. A systematic index facilitates research and retrieval of relevant case authorities.

The AMR is prepared by a dedicated and experienced team of in-house editors who ensure accuracy through rigorous editorial processes which include stringent proof and sense reading and checking of case citations prior to publication.

The AMR is certainly the essential series of Malaysian case reports.

AMR 2023 Bound Volumes comprises:
· 70 issues in print
· 8 binding indexes
· 8 Buckram binder covers
· An annual cumulative index
· AMR e-Alert
· The Law Review
o 4 issues
o 1 binding index
o 1 buckram binder cover

AMR E-Alert
AMR e-Alert informs AMR subscribers of cases that will be reported in forthcoming issues. It serves as an advance index of cases. At Thomson Reuters, we recognise the value of timely and relevant information to practitioners. Benefit from this service which is free of charge, when you subscribe to the AMR.
The AMR e-Alert is delivered via email every Monday.



Financial Institutions (Resolution) Ordinance (Cap. 628): Commentary and Annotations, 2nd Edition

The Second Edition of the Financial Institutions (Resolution) Ordinance (Cap 628): Commentary and Annotations provides updates to the Ordinance as well as subsidiary enacted Regulations and Rules. It fully examines and analyzes the law.  

Clough & Clough on Personal Injuries

 Clough & Clough on Personal Injuries provides an easy reference point for key areas of personal injuries (“PI”) litigation.

Archbold Hong Kong 2024

 The essential reference manual on criminal law, procedure, sentencing and practice in Hong Kong

Tort Law in Hong Kong, Fifth Edition

Tort Law in Hong Kong, now in its fifth edition, is both a learning tool for intending lawyers and the most up-to-date and comprehensive tort law resource for legal practitioners, academics and judges. The focus is on the Hong Kong law and context. The new edition provides critical analysis of more than 300 court decisions from Hong Kong and relevant overseas jurisdictions.



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