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Cases That Touched Our Lives, Singapore Edition

This book contains a compilation of cases that have been selected to portray how the law affects various aspects of the lives of Singaporeans and those who work and live in Singapore. The aim of this book is to make the judgments of the Singapore Courts more accessible to the public.
Publisher: LexisNexis
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This book contains a compilation of cases that have been selected to portray how the law affects various aspects of the lives of Singaporeans and those who work and live in Singapore. The aim of this book is to make the judgments of the Singapore Courts more accessible to the public. Even though the reading of judgments is part of the day-to-day work of lawyers and those in the legal field, the public seldom gets a chance to experience reading the judgments of the courts. Even when they do, it is quite a challenge to locate the more interesting cases to read.

LexisNexis, as publishers of legal, tax and regulatory matters would like to open up this area to the public at large. With the help of a few prominent members of the legal fraternity in Singapore, we have carefully selected these cases and have presented them here in an easy-to-read format.

This book contains an eclectic mix of cases. They were selected so as to cover as many issues with regard to the man in the street. This way, we hope, that by reading the judgments, you can gain more insight and understanding to the legal system here in Singapore.

Table of contents

Chapter 1: Garnishee orders against wages and salaries prohibited
American Express Bank v Abdul Manaff bin Ahmad and another and two other appeals [2003] 4 SLR(R) 780; [2003] SGHC 256

Chapter 2: Personal right to be protected from harassment recognised
Nicholas Huge Bertram Malcomson and Another v Naresh Kumar Mehta [2001] SGHC 309

Chapter 3: Brother not present at scene of crime spared the gallows
Muhammad bin Kadar and another v Public Prosecutor [2011] 3 SLR 1205; [2011] SGCA 32

Chapter 4: What's this occupier’s liability?
See Toh Siew Kee v Ho Ah Lam Ferrocement (Pte) Ltd and others [2013] 3 SLR 284; [2013] SGCA 29

Chapter 5: When the bough breaks
Public Prosecutor v AFR [2011] 3 SLR 833; [2011] SGCA 27

Chapter 6: Can a Muslim will away a portion of his estate?
Mohamed Ismail bin Ibrahim and another v Mohammad Taha bin Ibrahim [2004] 4 SLR(R) 756; [2004] SGHC 210

Chapter 7: When HDB attempted to double dip
Re Ng Lai Wat; Official Assignee v Housing and Development Board [1996] 2 SLR(R) 261; [1996] SGHC 112

Chapter 8: Flouting the three-quarter tank rule and its punishment
Yang Suan Piau Steven v Public Prosecutor [2013] 1 SLR 809; [2012] SGHC 224

Chapter 9: Of ThumbDrives and copycats
Trek Technology (Singapore) Pte Ltd v FE Global Electronics Pte Ltd and others and other suits [2005] 3 SLR(R) 389; [2005] SGHC 90

Chapter 10: Singapore's first anti-tax avoidance case
Comptroller of Income Tax v AQQ and another appeal [2014] 2 SLR 847; [2014] SGCA 15

Chapter 11: Defence of responsible journalism in defamation suit
Review Publishing Co Ltd and Another v Lee Hsien Loong and Another Appeal [2010] 1 SLR 52; [2009] SGCA 46