This article examines whether the use of the criminal penalty as a 'default' sanction for regulating directors' core duties in Singapore is excessive, and if so, whether civil pecuniary penalties ought to be introduced in the reform of the existing sanctions regime. These questions are addressed principally by reference to the Australian experience.
Asian Studies | Business Organizations Law
Corporate, Finance and Securities Law
Common Law World Review
LEE, Pey Woan.
Regulating Directors' Duties with Civil Penalties: Taking a Leaf from Australia's Book. (2006). Common Law World Review. 35, (1), 1-23. Research Collection School Of Law.
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