|761. ||DECEMBER 1994 Issue|
|Recent Developments in Indonesia Asia-Pacific Rim|
Gautama, Sudargo; Wignyosastro, Sri Hanifah; Jatim, Fatimah  Sing JLS 531 (Dec)
This report is a continuation of the survey on the more important developments in the area of commercial law in Indonesia published in previous editions of the Singapore Journal of Legal Studies. The present survey covers the period from January 1992 to May 1994.
|762. ||DECEMBER 1994 Issue|
|Book Review: The Maltese Constitution and Constitutional History Since 1813 by JJ Cremona|
Phang, Andrew  Sing JLS 547 (Dec)
|763. ||DECEMBER 1994 Issue|
|Book Review: Obtaining Security in Maritime Cases - A Survey of Pacific Rim Jurisdictions|
Chong, Gek Sian David  Sing JLS 551 (Dec)
|764. ||DECEMBER 1994 Issue|
|Book Review: Civil Procedure by Jeffrey Pinsler|
Chua, Lee Ming  Sing JLS 552 (Dec)
|765. ||DECEMBER 1994 Issue|
|Book Review: The Sources of Hong Kong by Peter Wesley-Smith|
Phang, Andrew  Sing JLS 553 (Dec)
|766. ||JULY 1994 Issue|
|The Definition of Murder under the Penal Code|
Sornarajah, M  Sing JLS 1 (Jul)
This article examines the law of murder under the Penal Code of Singapore. It looks at the law in a comparative and historical context. It argues that the definition of murder is based on a fine balance between objective and subjective factors and that this balance should not be upset by the courts. It questions the more frequent resort that is being made to section 300(c) in the drafting of charges for murder.
|767. ||JULY 1994 Issue|
|The Incomprehensible Burden of Proof|
Tan, Yock Lin  Sing JLS 29 (Jul)
|768. ||JULY 1994 Issue|
|Environmental Protection of the Seas in Singapore|
Lim, Aeng Cheng Charles  Sing JLS 52 (Jul)
"In the light of growing awareness of the damaging effects of oil pollution on a national as well as a global scale, and in order to combat this, it is imperative that the courts regard offences of pollution with utmost gravity." per Yong Pung How CJ in Jupiter Shipping v PP.
|769. ||JULY 1994 Issue|
|The Powers of the Supreme Court of Singapore in Awarding Damages and Interest|
Soh, Kee Bun  Sing JLS 91 (Jul)
This article examines the powers of the Supreme Court of Singapore in awarding damages and interest. The powers were recently clarified and expanded by amendments to the Supreme Court of Judicature Act. The changes are examined with reference to the law prior to the amendments, and some suggestions are made for the exercise of the new powers.
|770. ||JULY 1994 Issue|
|Making Sense of Documentary Evidence (Part II) [Continued from  SJLS 504 - 537]|
Tan, Yock Lin  Sing JLS 111 (Jul)
Part II of the article completes the discussion of the scope of section 93. It goes on to demonstrate the difficulties in the inter-relations of real evidence and documentary evidence.