Financial Disincentives and Restraints on Trade
At common law, restrictive covenants are viewed with disfavour; the are prima facie unenforceable unless shown to be reasonable for the protection of legitimate interests. This is because public policy dictates that a person should be free to make a living through the use of his skill or labour.
bonus payments, contracts of employments, forfeiture, non-competition covenants, reasonableness, restraint of trade, Singapore
Asian Studies | Business Organizations Law | Commercial Law
Journal of Business Law
Sweet and Maxwell
LEE, Pey Woan.
Financial Disincentives and Restraints on Trade. (2013). Journal of Business Law. 2013, (6), 642-651. Research Collection School Of Law.
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