Litigation and Dispute Resolution
While Singapore is not known as a litigous society, it would serve one well to know the intricacies and process of litigation and dispute resolution in case one should ever have the ill-fortune of having to make a claim, or having to be at the receiving end of one. This guide will help you manage sticky issues related to dispute resolution – a potentially long, tedious and costly process.
Before making a claim
- Differences between Criminal Law and Civil Law
- Limitation periods limiting the right to sue - the Limitation Act in Singapore
- Mediation in Singapore
- Arbitration and Mediation: When They Can be Useful for Business Disputes
- 6 things you need to know about third-party funding in international arbitration
- Can I sue a foreigner in Singapore?
- Should You Sue? 8 Things to Think About Before Suing
- What to Do If Someone Sues Your Singapore Business
Making a claim - the beginning of a dispute
- Law on Writ of Summons in Singapore
- Engaging a Queen’s Counsel in Singapore
- Letters of Demand and Their Usages in Singapore
- How Do I Make a Small Claim in the Small Claims Tribunal in Singapore?
- Security of Payment Act: Claiming Progress Payments for Construction Work Done
- Negotiating a Settlement in a Business Dispute
- What if I Cannot Find the Party I Want to Sue?
- First Meeting With Your Business Dispute Lawyer: What to Expect
- Received a "Without Prejudice" Letter? Here’s What It Means
The Litigation Process
- Admissibility of Evidence in the Singapore Courts
- Civil Litigation in Singapore
- Gag orders – the law in Singapore
- Default Judgments and Summary Judgments in Singapore
- After the Lawsuit: Who Has to Pay Whom, and How Much?
- Affidavits in Singapore: What are They, How to Prepare One and What Happens After That
- How to Get a Writ of Seizure and Sale to Enforce a Judgment
- Remedies available