Singapore Business Law 7th Edition
Now in its seventh edition, Singapore Business Law continues to be a leading text for business courses in Singapore degree and diploma programmes. Although written originally for accountancy and business students, it is now used by students in other disciplines who study business law at tertiary level. It also serves as a useful introduction for professionals who require an overview of the legal framework for business in Singapore.
The publisher is also pleased to offer students a subscription-based online study guide (businesslaw.sg) for Singapore Business Law. With chapter summaries and graded online quizzes, the study guide is designed to help students consolidate their learning and gain greater confidence for their examinations.
Following the format of earlier editions, this book contains numerous case summaries and useful diagrams. These have been updated to take into account recent changes in legislation and case law. In terms of coverage, the book has 19 chapters grouped under four main sections:
– Law and legal system: introduction to law and the Singapore legal system;
– Contact law: contract formation, vitiating, discharge and remedies;
– Business organisation: sole proprietorship and companies – including company formation, management, finance and insolvency;
– Commercial law: property (including intellectual property), sale of goods, agency, negotiable instruments, business torts and international business law.
About the Author
Benny Tabulujan, the original author of the book, worked with law firms in Australia and Hong Kong before joining Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University, where he was an award-winning lecturer. Now based in Australia and attached to the University of Melbourne, he remains active as an adjunct associate professor and consultant.
Valerie Du Toit-Low is Associate Professor of Law and Associate Dean at Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University, where she is am award-winning lecturer. Valerie previously worked as a lawyer and has contributed to Halsbury's Laws of Singapore and is co-author of a book on insurance law. She has also consulted to organisations and is an experienced external examiner for business law in tertiary and professional programmes.
Julie Huan practiced law at Allen & Gledhill before joining the Monetary Authority of Singapore. Thereafter, she continued her legal career at the Attorney-General's Chambers Legislation and the Law Reform Divison. Her academic pursuits at Columbia University, New Yolk, earned her the James Kent Scholar Award for Outstanding Academic Work. At NUS Business School, she teaches corporate law, securities law and business law.
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