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Singapore Case Note: Interpretation of MSAs and Inadmissibility of Evidence from Mediation

Monday, 19th March 2019

"As the practice of cross-border mediation grows, it is imperative for legal and other professional advisers involved in drafting mediated settlement agreements (MSAs) to become familiar with how different courts deal with litigation about MSAs. In this post, we look at a recent 2019 decision of the Singapore High Court, Jumaiah bte Amir and Another v Salim bin Abdul Rashid. The decision is directly relevant to the drafting of MSAs as it deals with interpretation; it is also indicative of the Singapore courts’ approach to mediation confidentiality.

First, we set out the facts and claims relevant to mediation, followed by the Court’s decision, and then finally lessons learnt."

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Language: English
Contact: Nadja Alexander (Editor), Shou Yu Chong (Singapore International Dispute Resolution Academy)

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