Posted: 7 Nov 2004
Further arguments and appeals to the Court of Appeal. . . . Whether a judge who decides to hear further argument has the jurisdiction to do so after the interlocutory order has been entered and perfected. . . . When the Court of Appeal may interfere: inferences from facts and the qualitative nature of the evidence of witnesses. . . . Costs: principles governing discretion. . . . Costs: advocate and solicitor's personal liability. . . . How is the court to proceed where two or more defendants are sued in the alternative, and only one or more (but not all) make a submission of no case? . . . Plaintiff seeking to call a witness at the end of the defence case. . . . Rate of interest on judgment. . . . Proper use of the subpoena procedure. . . . May the subpoena process be applied prior to trial? . . . Letter of request to the judicial authorities of another country for the purpose of obtaining evidence. . . . Disclosure of video tape prior to trial. . . . Norwich Pharmacal order in aid of post-judgment Mareva injunction. . . . Extra-territorial tentacles of the Mareva injunction. . . . Mandatory injunction and sub-proprietors. . . . Restraining foreign proceedings. . . . Scope of the Anton Piller order. . . . Injunction pending appeal.
Keywords: Civil procedure, Anton Piller orders, appeals, costs, discovery of documents, further arguments, injunctions, Mareva injunctions, Norwich Pharmacal orders, stay of foreign proceedings, submission of no case to answer, subpoena procedure, Singapore
JEL Classification: K41
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Pinsler, Jeffrey, Selected Case Law Developments in Civil Procedure. Singapore Academy of Law Journal, Vol. 7, p. 140, 1995. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=614684