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  1. Law on Carriage of Goods By Sea - 3rd Edition

    After the second edition of this book was published in 1994, the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act was amended to give the Hague-Visby Rules the “force of law”. This brought the Singapore position on the effect of these Rules in line with UK law. Furthermore, the effect of the provisions of the Bills of Lading Act (“BLA”), and the corresponding UK statute, namely, the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1992, has been explained in many cases in Singapore and the UK. Since the last edition, other aspects of the law on carriage of goods by sea have also been clarified and there have been many important judicial pronouncements on the effect of the Hague Rules and the Hague-Visby Rules.

    Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s): Tan Lee Meng

    Year of Publication: 2018

    Page Extent: 744 pages 

    Member's Price: $90.00 (before GST)

    Associate Student's Price: $72.00 (before GST)

    Non-Member's Price: $135.00 (before GST)

  2. PDF ONLY Employment Law in Singapore - Cases and Materials Digital

    Please note that the digital copy can only be read on Academy Library, SAL’s proprietary eBook reader. It is not available in any other format (e.g. PDF). For more information, please visit our FAQ page.

    Employment has been an area of especial focus in Singapore even before her independence, given its extensive impact on the general population. Various employment legislation enacted since the founding of Singapore sought to deal with pertinent issues of the time, be it the influx of immigrants in the 19th century, the industrial unrests in the 1950s, or the economic restructuring in the 1980s. Employment Law in Singapore – Cases and Materials consolidates and traces the development of the various legislation which regulate employment practices in Singapore (including the Employment Act, the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act, the Employment Agencies Act, the Work Injury Compensation Act, the Workplace Safety and Health Act and the Foreign Employee Dormitories Act 2015) which as a whole seeks to strike a delicate balance between the competing needs of the various stakeholders such as workers, employers, employment agencies, insurers, and the general public. Cases featured in this book include not only those pertaining to employment offences, but also administrative infringements and work injury compensation. It will serve as a useful handbook to practitioners and persons interested in the regulatory aspect of employment law in Singapore.

    Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s): Benjamin Yim

    Year of Publication: 2016

    Page Extent: 396 pages 

    Member's Price: $60.00 (before GST)
    Associate Student's Price:
    $48.00 (before GST)
    Non-Member's Price: 
    $90.00 (before GST)

  3. PDF ONLY Contract Laws of Asia – Indemnities

    Contract Laws of Asia – Indemnities (Softcopy)

     

    This fully-cited and internally-hyperlinked publication covers 12 key jurisdictions for cross-border contracting for parties in the Asia Pacific: Australia, China, England and Wales, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New York law, the Philippines, Singapore Thailand and Vietnam.

    Across 177 pages, the publication focuses on:

    • Operation of indemnity clauses in contracts in the common law jurisdictions considered, such as when such clauses are commonly sought, the advantages and disadvantages of an indemnity, and how a claim under an indemnity clause differs from a claim for damages for breach of contract
    • Whether the common law concept of indemnity exists in the civil law and hybrid jurisdictions considered, and if this concept does not exist, where are the analogous remedies available in those jurisdictions.

    Date of Publication: September 2022

    Publication Format: Softcopy (PDF) only

    Access: PDF will be emailed to your email address registered with SAL separately. There is no download option.

    Contract Laws of Asia – Indemnities
    SGD 50.94
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  4. Pursuing Justice and Justice Alone – The Heart and Humanity of Andrew Phang’s Jurisprudence

    Pursuing Justice and Justice Alone was commissioned by The Honourable the Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon, and the book was edited by Judicial Commissioner Goh Yihan. The authors were specially commissioned to contribute essays honouring Justice Andrew Phang’s contributions to the Singapore legal system in general and, of particular note, his contributions to local jurisprudence over the course of 18 years on the Bench. Each of the individual contributors are themselves experts in their field of law.

     

    This book is a tribute to the exceptional legacy Justice Andrew Phang leaves behind. It is a book that will inspire all aspiring jurists, while it is a record of memories of the phenomenal work done by Justice Andrew Phang. It is an excellent and engaging read for those who want a glimpse into the heart and humanity of Justice Phang’s jurisprudence.

     

    Year of Publication: 2022

    Page Extent: 520 pages 

  5. Singapore Rules of Court – A Practice Guide (2023 Edition)
  6. Youth Justice in Singapore – Rehabilitation, Reintegration, Restoration

    The guiding philosophy of the youth justice system in Singapore is that youth offending is best contained and prevented through rehabilitation of the youth offender. This involves re-integrating the youth offender with his family and the community, and necessitates the youth offender taking responsibility both for his wrongdoing as well as his future.

     

    This book sets out and analyses the relevant laws and procedures, case-law and court processes in the youth justice arena. In addition to the legal materials, the book explores the roles played by various parties in the rehabilitation of the youth offender, including probation officers, social workers, institutional staff, family members, and school personnel. It sets out key youth justice programmes, practices, relevant research, and case studies.

     

    Containing a wealth of useful information, insights and analysis, this book is an excellent guide and resource for anyone working with youths, from lawyers to youth workers, educators to parents, and more generally, anyone who is interested in learning more about the youth justice system in Singapore.

     

    Year of Publication: 2023

    Page Extent: 282 pages 

     

    Member’s Price: $60.00 (before GST)

    Non-member price: $90.00 (before GST)

    Associate Student Price: $48.00 (before GST)

  7. [Bundle] Youth Justice in Singapore – Rehabilitation, Reintegration, Restoration (Print + Digital)

    Please note that the digital copy can only be read on Academy Library, SAL’s proprietary eBook reader. It is not available in any other format (e.g. PDF). For more information, please visit our FAQ page.

     

    This book sets out and analyses the relevant laws and procedures, case-law and court processes in the youth justice arena. In addition to the legal materials, the book explores the roles played by various parties in the rehabilitation of the youth offender, including probation officers, social workers, institutional staff, family members, and school personnel. It sets out key youth justice programmes, practices, relevant research, and case studies.

     

    Year of Publication: 2023

    Page Extent: 282 pages 

     

    Member’s Price: $78.00 (before GST)

    Non-member price: $117.00 (before GST)

    Associate Student Price: $62.40 (before GST)

     

  8. Singapore Rules of Court – A Practice Guide (2023 Edition) Digital

    Please note that the digital copy can only be read on Academy Library, SAL’s proprietary eBook reader. It is not available in any other format (e.g. PDF). For more information, please visit our FAQ page.

    Editor-in-Chief: The Honourable Justice Chua Lee Ming

    General Editor: Judge Paul Quan

     

    A publication by Academy Publishing in collaboration with the Singapore Judicial College, Singapore Rules of Court: A Practice Guide offers incisive commentaries on the Rules of Court 2021 written by a select group of contributing authors. The commentaries offer valuable insight into and understanding of the thinking behind these rules, as most of the authors did work involving this revolutionary set of civil procedure rules before it came into effect on 1 April 2022. The editors, Justice Chua Lee Ming and Judge Paul Quan, provided guidance, lending their first-hand knowledge of and experience with the new rules in the Civil Justice Commission and subsequently in the Rules of Court Implementation Team. True to its form, Singapore Rules of Court: A Practice Guide features a quick reference format that, together with the succinct commentaries, makes it a handy court companion for the bench and practitioners. The legislation reproduced in this edition is up to date as of 29 November 2022.

    Year of Publication: 2023

    Page Extent: 1,048 pages

  9. [Bundle] Singapore Rules of Court - A Practice Guide (2023 Edition) (Print + Digital)

    Please note that the digital copy can only be read on Academy Library, SAL’s proprietary eBook reader. It is not available in any other format (e.g. PDF). For more information, please visit our FAQ page.

    Editor-in-Chief: The Honourable Justice Chua Lee Ming

    General Editor: Judge Paul Quan

     

    A publication by Academy Publishing in collaboration with the Singapore Judicial College, Singapore Rules of Court: A Practice Guide offers incisive commentaries on the Rules of Court 2021 written by a select group of contributing authors. The commentaries offer valuable insight into and understanding of the thinking behind these rules, as most of the authors did work involving this revolutionary set of civil procedure rules before it came into effect on 1 April 2022. The editors, Justice Chua Lee Ming and Judge Paul Quan, provided guidance, lending their first-hand knowledge of and experience with the new rules in the Civil Justice Commission and subsequently in the Rules of Court Implementation Team. True to its form, Singapore Rules of Court: A Practice Guide features a quick reference format that, together with the succinct commentaries, makes it a handy court companion for the bench and practitioners. The legislation reproduced in this edition is up to date as of 29 November 2022.

     

    Member’s Price: $195.00 (before GST)
    Non-member price: $292.50 (before GST)
    Associate Student Price: $156.00 (before GST)