This digest examines the intersection between the act of State doctrine, and thepower of Singapore courts under Singapore's International Arbitration Act ("IAA")to grant interim relief. It is well settled that this private international law doctrinecan be applied by courts at common law when they examine purported sovereignacts of a foreign government to decide on whether they ought to assume or declinejurisdiction.
Asian Studies | Law
JOURNAL OF EAST ASIA AND INTERNATIONAL LAW
A vanishing silhouette: Acts of state doctrine(s) and interim relief In Singapore. (2016). JOURNAL OF EAST ASIA AND INTERNATIONAL LAW. 9, (1), 234-251. Research Collection School Of Law.
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