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621.  JULY 1999 Issue
p.265

Liability for Pure Psychiatric Injuries - "Thus Far and No Further"? White and Others v Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police and Others
Leong, HS Susanna & Lan, Luh Luh  •  [1999] Sing JLS 265 (Jul)

622.  JULY 1999 Issue
p.281

Book Review: Blackstone's Guide to the Competition Act 1998 by Susan Singleton
Phang, Andrew  •  [1999] Sing JLS 281 (Jul)

623.  JULY 1999 Issue
p.282

Book Review: Trusts Law in Australia by Denis SK Ong
Abdullah, Aedit  •  [1999] Sing JLS 282 (Jul)

624.  JULY 1999 Issue
p.285

Book Review: Introduction to Company Law by Avtar Singh
Chew, Margaret  •  [1999] Sing JLS 285 (Jul)

625.  JULY 1999 Issue
p.286

Book Review: Singapore and Malaysian Edition of Cheshire, Fifoot and Furmston's Law of Contract (2nd Edition)
Tjio, Hans  •  [1999] Sing JLS 286 (Jul)

626.  JULY 1999 Issue
p.290

Book Review: The Singapore Legal System by Kevin YL Tan (2nd edition)
Bartholomew, G.W.  •  [1999] Sing JLS 290 (Jul)

627.  DECEMBER 1998 Issue
p.215

The Process of Proof: Nature, Purposes and Values
Ho, Hock Lai  •  [1998] Sing JLS 215 (Dec)
This article looks at the process of proof at a common law trial. It will discuss (i) some chief characteristics of the process as a whole, (ii) the purposes which that process serves, and (iii) the values which underlie it. Seen in the larger context, the present heavy emphasis on-or, it might even be said, the obsession with-the rules of admissibility of evidence is hard to justify.

628.  DECEMBER 1998 Issue
p.238

The Role of Ex Turpi Causa in Tort Law
Fordham, Margaret  •  [1998] Sing JLS 238 (Dec)
The defence of ex turpi causa is well-established in contract law, but its application in the realm of tort law is less certain. This article examines the various criteria applied by courts when considering whether or not to invoke the maxim in tort cases, and it also considers the differing approaches taken by courts in determining both the stage at which ex turpi causa should be invoked and the specific role which policy should play in ex turpi causa situations. The article also questions the appropriateness of making ex turpi causa a full, rather than a partial, defence in actions in tort.

629.  DECEMBER 1998 Issue
p.260

Section 5 of the Official Secrets Act, Bridges and Beyond
Chan, Wing Cheong  •  [1998] Sing JLS 260 (Dec)
The recent cases on the Official Secrets Act have, to a certain extent, clarified and limited the scope of criminal liability under section 5 of the Act. This article examines the local decisions and contrasts them with Malaysian and English developments on the subject. Some suggestions for further improvement in this area of the law are made.

630.  DECEMBER 1998 Issue
p.299

Restitution for Wrongs
Wan, Wai Yee  •  [1998] Sing JLS 299 (Dec)
This article examines the theoretical justifications in awarding restitutionary damages for civil wrongs and argues that restitutionary damages should be available as of right so long as appropriate rules of causation and remoteness to the different kinds of wrongs are developed as well. In addition the scope of proprietary remedies should be rationalised and should only be explicable on institutional constructive trust principles. Only exceptionally should the remedial constructive trust be invoked.

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