Economic Duress and a Drop of Fairness: A Singapore Perspective
The Singapore High Court considered the doctrine of economic duress recently in the case Sharon Global Solutions Pte Ltd v L G International (Singapore) Pte Ltd. This note considers the issues surrounding the relevant test for economic duress as well as the factors that should be present before a finding of economic duress can be substantiated. It is argued that the test, in the interest if clarity of analysis, should be a bifurated one, and further, that unconscionable conduct, as a factor of duress, has a crucial role to play.
Coercion, Economic duress, Singapore, Unconscionability
Asian Studies | Commercial Law | Contracts
Journal of Business Law
Sweet and Maxwell
Economic Duress and a Drop of Fairness: A Singapore Perspective. (2003). Journal of Business Law. 2003, (6), 572-583. Research Collection School Of Law.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/sol_research/687
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