The subject of non-delegable duty has troubled courts for some time. The recent UKSC decision in Woodland v STA has clarified the law somewhat. In the recent decision MCST No. 3322 v Tiong Aik, the Singapore Court of Appeal endorsed the UK position and made clarifications on the Singapore position. This article examines the Singapore position as expressed by the SGCA.
Tort of negligence, non-delegable duty, Singapore
Asian Studies | Contracts
Public Interest Law, Community and Social Justice
Singapore Law Gazette
LexisNexis Asia Pacific
LOW, Kee Yang and MAH, Ian Hao Ran.
Non-delegable duty after Tiong Aik. (2017). Singapore Law Gazette. 23-28. Research Collection School Of Law.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/sol_research/2587
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