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[Bundle] (Singapore Report) Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Asia + Asian Principles for the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments

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Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Asia – Singapore report

Reporter: Dr Adeline Chong

[Publisher's Note] Following the publication of the Singapore report in early 2018, amendments to Singapore's Reciprocal Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act (REFJA) came into force on 3 October 2019. Further, the Reciprocal Enforcement of Commonwealth Judgments Act (RECJA) was repealed by Act No 24 of 2019 with effect from a date to be determined by the Government.

Readers are thus advised to read the Singapore report together with the Asian Principles for the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments to learn about the latest provisions on REFJA, and are reminded that references to RECJA in the Singapore report are no longer valid. 

Index

A. INTRODUCTION

B. COMMON LAW RULES, THE RECIPROCAL ENFORCEMENT OF COMMONWEALTH JUDGMENTS ACT AND THE RECIPROCAL ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN JUDGMENTS ACT

i In personam judgments
ii In rem judgments

C. PART 3 OF THE CHOICE OF COURT AGREEMENTS ACT 2016



Asian Principles for the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments

Project Lead and Editor: Dr Adeline Chong

Index

Foreword (pp. v–vii)

Andrew Phang JA

Introduction (pp. xi–xx)

Dr Adeline Chong

Asian Principles for the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments (pp. xxi–liii, in multiple languages)

Principle 1. General Principle (pp. 1–17) 

Lead Author: Dr Adeline Chong

Principle 2. Jurisdiction (pp. 18–39)

Lead Author: Dr Adeline Chong

Principle 3. Finality (pp. 40–52)

Lead Author: Dr Bích Ngọc Du

Principle 4. Merits (pp. 53–56)

Lead Author: Dr Yujun Guo

Principle 5. Reciprocity (pp. 57–76)

Lead Author: Dr Yujun Guo

Principle 6. Money judgments (pp. 77–84)

Lead Author: Dr Poomintr Sooksripaisarnkit

Principle 7. Non-money judgments (pp. 85–99)

Lead Author: Dr Poomintr Sooksripaisarnkit

Principle 8. Fraud (pp. 100–111)

Lead Author: Narinder Singh 

Principle 9. Public policy (pp. 112–129)

Lead Author: Dr Yu Un Oppusunggu

Principle 10. Due Process (pp. 130–155)

Lead Author: Dr Yu Un Oppusunggu 

Principle 11. Inconsistent Judgments (pp. 156–173)

Lead Author: Dr Colin Ong QC

Principle 12. In rem judgments (pp. 174–184)

Lead Authors: Narinder Singh and Dr Adeline Chong

Principle 13. Severability (pp. 185–187)

Lead Author: Dr Poomintr Sooksripaisarnkit

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