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The Property Lawyer - Volume 20, Issue 1

In the latest issue of The Property Lawyer, Partner Michelle Hill and Associate, Ekta Raniga examine a recent High Court case looks at the question of whether or not a party to a lease transaction is bound, notwithstanding that formal documentation has not been signed. In Banbrook v Tan Che Hoe & Sons (Pte) Ltd, the Court held that a tenant was bound by the transaction, despite no signed deed, for reasons including an electronic signature by email and acts of part performance.

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