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721.  DECEMBER 1995 Issue
p.649

Nervous Shock to Primary Victims
Tan, Keng Feng  •  [1995] Sing JLS 649 (Dec)

722.  DECEMBER 1995 Issue
p.655

The Family Court of Singapore
Lai-Chia, Lee Mui Doris  •  [1995] Sing JLS 655 (Dec)

723.  DECEMBER 1995 Issue
p.661

Natural or Agreed Forum? The Kapitan Mezentsev
Tan, Yock Lin  •  [1995] Sing JLS 661 (Dec)

724.  DECEMBER 1995 Issue
p.670

Buy Now, Delivery on Request. An Added Hidden Risk in Investment? Re Goldcorp Exchange Ltd (in receivership)
Sethupathy, Joan E  •  [1995] Sing JLS 670 (Dec)

725.  DECEMBER 1995 Issue
p.682

Injunctions and Performance Bonds - A Return to English Orthodoxy Bocotra Construction Pte Ltd v Attorney-General (No 2)
Loke, Fay Hoong Alexander  •  [1995] Sing JLS 682 (Dec)

726.  DECEMBER 1995 Issue
p.701

Tax Law and Accounting Principles
Chandran, Ravi  •  [1995] Sing JLS 701 (Dec)

727.  DECEMBER 1995 Issue
p.714

Book Review: Land Law by WJM Ricquier
Teo, Keang Sood  •  [1995] Sing JLS 714 (Dec)

728.  DECEMBER 1995 Issue
p.715

Book Review: Administrative Law, IP Massey (Fourth Edition, Eastern Law Book Company)
Sornarajah, M  •  [1995] Sing JLS 715 (Dec)

729.  JULY 1995 Issue
p.1

The Demise of the Rule in Rylands v Fletcher?
Fordham, Margaret  •  [1995] Sing JLS 1 (Jul)
This article examines the rule in Rylands v Fletcher, and considers the prospects for its future role in tort law in the light of two recent decisions, one by the House of Lords in England, and one by the High Court of Australia, both of which suggest that its continued existence as a separate tort cannot be justified.

730.  JULY 1995 Issue
p.29

Common Intention and Murder under the Penal Code
Sornarajah, M  •  [1995] Sing JLS 29 (Jul)
This article contains a comparative study of the use of the doctrine of common intention to secure the conviction of joint offenders for murder where an homicide is committed in furtherance of their common intention. The cases appear to be in conflict but the conflicts can be explained on the basis of the policy objectives courts seek to achieve.

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