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2006

Contracts

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Contract Law, Chee Ho Tham, Pearlie Koh, Pey Woan Lee Jul 2006

Contract Law, Chee Ho Tham, Pearlie Koh, Pey Woan Lee

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The Public Policy And Mandatory Rules Of Third Countries In International Contracts, Adeline Chong Apr 2006

The Public Policy And Mandatory Rules Of Third Countries In International Contracts, Adeline Chong

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While party autonomy has risen in the field of contract, this autonomy is not unfettered. Parties are allowed to choose the governing law of the contract but limitations on party choice can be seen through the operation of public policy and mandatory rules. The public policy and mandatory rules of three laws may be imposed onto the contract: that of the lex fori, the governing law of the contract and the law of a third country with a connection to the contract. It is generally accepted that the public policy and mandatory rules of the forum have a legitimate role ...


Contract Law, Chee Ho Tham, Pearlie Koh, Pey Woan Lee Jan 2006

Contract Law, Chee Ho Tham, Pearlie Koh, Pey Woan Lee

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The issue of contract formation arose in the unusual context of civil procedure in Wellmix Organics (International) Pte Ltd v Lau Yu Man [2006] 2 SLR 117 (see also para 10.60 on “Mistake”). The plaintiff in this case unsuccessfully sought to enforce a consent unless order against the defendant. Andrew Phang Boon Leong J (as he then was) emphasised that, keeping in view its very drastic consequence of depriving a party of his cause of action, such an order will only be established where the terms of the agreement are clear and unambiguous. It was clear on the facts ...


Contract Law, Pey Woan Lee, Pearlie Koh, Chee Ho Tham Jan 2006

Contract Law, Pey Woan Lee, Pearlie Koh, Chee Ho Tham

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The issue of contract formation arose in the unusual context of civil procedure in Wellmix Organics (International) Pte Ltd v Lau Yu Man [2006] 2 SLR 117 (see also para 10.60 on “Mistake”). The plaintiff in this case unsuccessfully sought to enforce a consent unless order against the defendant. Andrew Phang Boon Leong J (as he then was) emphasised that, keeping in view its very drastic consequence of depriving a party of his cause of action, such an order will only be established where the terms of the agreement are clear and unambiguous. It was clear on the facts ...