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741.  JULY 1995 Issue
p.256

Defects in Property Causing Pure Economic Loss Management Corp Strata Title Plan No 1272 v Ocean Front Pte Ltd
Ong, Siew Ling Debbie  •  [1995] Sing JLS 256 (Jul)

742.  JULY 1995 Issue
p.271

Book Review: Cheshire, Fifoot and Furmston's Law of Contract (Singapore and Malaysian Edition) by Andrew Phang
Koh, Philip  •  [1995] Sing JLS 271 (Jul)

743.  JULY 1995 Issue
p.275

Book Review: Take-overs and Mergers by Chidambaram Chandrasegar
Lee, Eng Beng  •  [1995] Sing JLS 275 (Jul)

744.  JULY 1995 Issue
p.278

Book Review: Principles of Singapore Land Law by Tan Sook Yee
Menon, TPB  •  [1995] Sing JLS 278 (Jul)

745.  JULY 1995 Issue
p.280

Book Review: Supreme Court Yearly Digest, 1994 by Surendra Malik
English, Peter  •  [1995] Sing JLS 280 (Jul)

746.  DECEMBER 1994 Issue
p.263

Offences Created by the Computer Misuse Act 1993
Lee, Christopher  •  [1994] Sing JLS 263 (Dec)
This article examines the terminology used in defining the offences created by the Computer Misuse Act 1993. Comparison is made with similar legislation from other jurisdictions which influenced its drafting, particularly in the United Kingdom Computer Misuse Act 1990. It appears that the guiding principle behind the drafting of this Act is comprehensiveness - the offences are framed so as to cover every conceivable misuse of computers but this has been achieved only at the cost of ease of interpretation.

747.  DECEMBER 1994 Issue
p.332

The Legal Position of Parents and Children in English Law
Lowe, Nigel  •  [1994] Sing JLS 332 (Dec)
This article examines the changing nature of the legal position of parents and children under English law from the nineteenth century to the present day. The article discusses the leading cases and considers both the significance of the Children's Act 1989 and the possible impact of the UN Convention of the Rights of the Child. It concludes that notwithstanding the radical change over the last century, English law still essentially takes an "adult view" of what is best for the child and does not accord mature children autonomy rights.

748.  DECEMBER 1994 Issue
p.347

Compensating the Young Person for Loss of Future Earnings: Subjective Considerations in Assessing the Multiplicand
Soh, Kee Bun  •  [1994] Sing JLS 347 (Dec)
This article examines the problems in quantifying the future periodic income loss of a young plaintiff who is entitled to damages for lost future income. Most young plaintiffs would not have a relevant pre-injury salary that could be used in the computation. It is argued that a national "average" wage should be used unless there is evidence to support a different figure.

749.  DECEMBER 1994 Issue
p.369

Of Warranties and Terms Delimiting Risks in Insurance Contracts
Yeo, Hwee Ying  •  [1994] Sing JLS 369 (Dec)
The term "warranty" in insurance law (more so than its counterpart in general contract law) is a critical term entailing severe consequences. Accordingly, many a sympathetic judge has often been constrained to construe a warranty to be a lesser term - in particular, a term delimiting a risk which functions a suspensive condition. The paper attempts to examine when it is possible to distinguish one from the other, to explore the consequences of the breach of such a warranty , and to determine whether there is a distinction in this regard between the marine and non-marine regimes.

750.  DECEMBER 1994 Issue
p.387

The Adoption of the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration in Singapore
Hsu, Locknie  •  [1994] Sing JLS 387 (Dec)
The article examines the provisions of the International Arbitration Act, which introduces the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration to Singapore. It considers various issues which arise under the Act and compares its provisions with the existing Arbitration Act.

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