Tag Archives: SGHC

A Pragmatic Stay Of Proceedings: The High Court Declines Jurisdiction Under Its Insolvency Regime In Favour Of Overlapping Arbitral Proceedings

In a recent decision Takenaka Corporation v Tam Chee Chong and another [2018] SGHC 51, Justice Aedit Abdullah granted a stay of proceedings under the Arbitration Act of Singapore (Cap 10, 2002 Rev Ed) (the “Arbitration Act“), for an appeal against the judicial managers’ rejection of a creditors’ proof of debt pursuant to Section 75 of the […]

Singapore High Court holds mandatory arbitration agreement in company constitution operative despite earlier litigation

The Singapore High Court (“Singapore Court”) has clarified a number of issues concerning the content, scope and operability of arbitration agreements. Of particular note is the Singapore Court’s view on the extent to which a party’s choice to subject a dispute, which may otherwise be the subject of an arbitration agreement, to litigation may act […]