Corporate Drafting


A quick guide to Alternative Dispute Resolution: Arbitration

Typically, when there is a legal dispute between parties, trial is often the last stage that parties have to undergo to achieve an outcome. However, trials are a costly and time-consuming affair. As such, there are other methods of dispute resolution available for one to take.

Security Deposit

Deductions to Security Deposit

A security deposit refers to the sum of money typically provided by a tenant to a landlord when renting property or entering into a tenancy agreement. Typically, most residential tenancies in Singapore require deposits that are the total of 1-2 months’ rent, but may be negotiable depending on the individual landlord.

Employment In Singapore

Statutory Constructive Dismissal in Singapore

Discrimination and prejudice are painful things to experience, and it can come in many different forms. What happens if such discrimination and prejudice happen to you at your workplace? You may be ostracised at work by your superiors, or your salary withheld for vague reasons or may have your benefits and entitlements deprived.

Restraint of Trade Clauses

Restraint of Trade Clauses In Singapore

Restraint of trade clauses are common clauses which governs various commercial relationships. It is frequently deployed in employment contracts to restrain key employees of the company from competing with the company during and after the period of employment. Restraint of trade clauses are typically in the form of non-compete or non-solicitation clauses.

Tenancy Agreements

Common Terms You Will Find In Tenancy Agreements In Singapore – What Do They Mean?

This article aims to provide an overall guide as to common terms and obligations imposed on landlords and tenants.

It ought to be noted that whilst landlords and tenants may contract as they wish, and negotiate on any term in the tenancy agreement, there are some common terms found in most tenancy agreements. These shall be explored and explained further below.

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Advantages Of Having A Shareholders’ Agreement

A shareholders’ agreement is a contract between the persons (or even companies) who are parties to it, and set outs and regulates the different rights, powers and obligations of various parties. These include shareholders, directors and, if applicable, investors of the company.

A shareholders’ agreement may be enforced in other jurisdictions so long as it is set out inside the agreement and agreed upon. In Singapore, shareholders’ agreements are governed by Singapore Contract Law.

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