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511.  JULY 2002 Issue
p.388

Restitutionary Recovery Ex Æquo Et Bono
Grantham, Ross  •  [2002] Sing JLS 388 (Jul)

512.  JULY 2002 Issue
p.403

Demise of Deferred Indefeasibility under the Malaysian Torrens System
Teo, Keang Sood  •  [2002] Sing JLS 403 (Jul)

513.  JULY 2002 Issue
p.409

Equity Trumps the Torrens System
Crown, Barry C  •  [2002] Sing JLS 409 (Jul)

514.  JULY 2002 Issue
p.416

Facets of Communal Living under the Land Titles (Strata) Act: Common Property, Rights of Subsidiary Proprietors of Individual Lots and the Role of the Management Corporation
Tan, Sook Yee  •  [2002] Sing JLS 416 (Jul)

515.  JULY 2002 Issue
p.431

Suicidal Prisoners and the Duty of Care in Negligence
Fordham, Margaret  •  [2002] Sing JLS 431 (Jul)

516.  DECEMBER 2001 Issue
p.248

The Land Titles (Amendment) Act 2001
Tan, Sook Yee  •  [2001] Sing JLS 248 (Dec)

517.  DECEMBER 2001 Issue
p.259

Damages to Protect Performance Interest and the Reasonableness Requirement Alfred McAlpine v Panatown
Loke, Alexander F H  •  [2001] Sing JLS 259 (Dec)

518.  DECEMBER 2001 Issue
p.268

Grounds of Economic Duress - Further Clarification or Further Confusion? Sharon Global Solutions Pte Ltd v LG International (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Tan, Daniel  •  [2001] Sing JLS 268 (Dec)

519.  DECEMBER 2001 Issue
p.280

The Revenue Rule in the Conflict of Laws:Time for a Makeover
Briggs, Adrian  •  [2001] Sing JLS 280 (Dec)
An ancient rule of the conflict of laws holds that a court will not enforce the revenue law of a foreign country. It is capable of producing peculiar results, especially when it is recalled that there is no equivalent bar to the recognition of a foreign revenue law and the line which separates the two techniques is far from bright. Moreover, it produces manifestly unsatisfactory results when a fraudster, looter, or smuggler deploys it as a meretricious shield against an investigation of the illegality of his conduct. This paper attempts to ask where existing law might have gone wrong, and whether it might yield to a spot of gentle reinterpretation, by drawing on the broader doctrines of the common law conflict of laws in the hope of producing more rational results.

520.  DECEMBER 2001 Issue
p.300

Wrong and Remedy: A Sticky Relationship
Wright, David  •  [2001] Sing JLS 300 (Dec)
This article critiques Birks' "The Law of Unjust Enrichment: A Millennial Resolution." It attempts to articulate the problems inherent in Birks' proposed taxonomy for today's legal system. It puts forward an alternative model of the relationship between wrong and remedy - allowing for flexibility and the concept of appropriateness. Wrong and remedy are not completely independent from each other. They exist in a "sticky" relationship that guides the relief granted in each situation. A hard and fast taxonomy is doomed to failure. This article presents a solution to this problem where taxonomy is based on a loose and dynamic federation of remedies.

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