The Oppression Remedy: Clarifications on Boundaries
The impetus behind the introduction of the statutory provision was the perceived need to protect the vulnerable minority shareholder against the unfair manipulation of the majority rule. Its raison d’être is clearly personal. And, as it is an important tool in the minority shareholder's arsenal, it is necessary that the scope of its application be sufficiently wide. The provision is therefore couched in expansive terms. This has led to questions being raised as to the scope of its application. Specifically, can a shareholder attempt to vindicate corporate claims through the provision? This short paper considers this issue against the background provided by the recent Singapore Court of Appeal decision of Ng Kek Wee v Sim City Technology Ltd.
Commercial Law | Law
Corporate, Finance and Securities Law
Journal of Corporate Law Studies
Taylor & Francis (Routledge): SSH Titles - no Open Select
KOH, Pearlie M. C..
The Oppression Remedy: Clarifications on Boundaries. (2015). Journal of Corporate Law Studies. 15, (2), 407-415. Research Collection School Of Law.
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