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  • 117A Jalan Sultan, Singapore 199007

About

Fazal Hamid is a Senior Associate of I.R.B. Law LLP. He received his Bachelor of Laws in 2012 from the University of Tasmania, Australia and was called to the Singapore Bar in 2014.

Fazal’s practice as a litigation lawyer encompasses civil, criminal and matrimonial law. His experience in civil litigation includes, among other things, contractual disputes, breaches of directors’ duties, debt recovery and claims involving insurance (personal, motor and work injury).

With regard to criminal law, he has taken on cases involving sexual offences, drug offences, money laundering, unlicensed money-lending, house-breaking, theft and fraud. Fazal also represents various clients for a myriad of matrimonial disputes including contentious civil and Syariah divorces, maintenance as well as Personal Protection Orders (PPOs). He also has experience in proceedings involving the MUIS Board of Appeal.

Fazal also does non-contentious work such as the drafting of commercial contracts, wills (civil and Muslim), Powers of Attorney and applying for Letters of Administration and Grant of Probate.

Fazal is a member of the Muslim Law Practice Committee. In his capacity as a member, he has represented the Committee in giving talks to litigants at the Syariah Court, sharing his knowledge on topics such as divorce proceedings and issues related to families and children.

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Criminal Defence

Fazal has taken on cases involving sexual offences, drug offences, money laundering, unlicensed money lending, house breaking, theft and fraud.

Civil Litigation

Fazal's experience in civil litigation includes, among other things, contractual disputes, breaches of directors’ duties, debt recovery and claims involving insurance (personal, motor and work injury).

Divorce

Fazal also represents various clients for a myriad of matrimonial disputes including contentious civil and Syariah divorces, maintenance as well as Personal Protection Orders (PPOs). He also has experience in proceedings involving the MUIS Board of Appeal.

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