Section 112 of the Women’s Charter1 is the main provision that governs the power of a court to order division of matrimonial assets; relevant for present purposes is sub-section 4 in particular, which states: “The court may, at any time it thinks fit, extend, vary, revoke or discharge any order made under this section, and may vary any term or condition upon or subject to which any such order has been made.” The Court of Appeal had the opportunity to discuss this rather controversial sub-section in AYM v AYL.2
Family Law | Law and Gender
The Power of the Court to Change an Order for the Division of Matrimonial Assets. (2012). Research Collection School Of Law (SMU Access Only).
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/sol_research_smu/41