The Singapore Legal System

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Kevin Tan
NUS Press, 1999 - 531 pages
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This is the second edition of the highly successful book first published in 1989. However, it has been extensively revised in content and updated: Eight out of 14 chapters are new including chapters such as The Constitutional Framework of Powers, Alternative Dispute Resolution, and The Singapore Legal System and International Law; and the law on all subjects has been updated.
 

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Chapter 4 is the core.

Contents

The Singapore Legal System in Context
1
A Short Legal and Constitutional History of Singapore
26
The Constitutional Framework of Powers
67
Parliament and the Making of Law in Singapore
123
Law and the Administrative State
160
The Applicability of English Law in Singapore
230
Jurisdiction of the Singapore Courts
249
The Doctrine of Judicial Precedent
297
The Past Present
325
The Structure of the Legal Profession
368
Duties and Privileges of Advocates and Solicitors
391
The ADR Movement in Singapore
414
Provision of Legal Aid in Singapore
446
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