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Types of Claims which the ECT can hear
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Filing a Claim
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Settlement of disputes and Appeals
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SMALL CLAIMS TRIBUNALS
How do I appeal against the Registrar's discontinuance order to the Referee (Small Claims Tribunals)?
How do I enforce an order of the Small Claims Tribunals
How do I file an appeal to the High Court against the decision of the Referee, Small Claims Tribunals
How do I file for debt recovery
How do I file a claim at the Small Claims Tribunals
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Employment Claims Tribunals
Small Claims Tribunals
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International Framework for Court Excellence
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SINGAPORE GOVERNMENT WEBSITES
Community Mediation Centre
Family Justice Courts
Insolvency and Public Trustee's Office
Legal Aid Bureau
Ministry of Education
Ministry of Law
Ministry of Social and Family Development
National Youth Council
Supreme Court of Singapore
Asean Law Association
Community Development Councils
Criminal Legal Aid Scheme
SG Heart Map
Singapore Academy of Law
Singapore Children's Society
Singapore Institute of Legal Education
Singapore International Arbitration Centre
Singapore Mediation Centre
The Law Society of Singapore
Commissioner for Oaths
Integrated Case Management System
Community Justice and Tribunals System
Court Fine Payment
The concept of Night Courts was established in April 1992 to deal with the high
volume of regulatory and traffic offences that are heard at State Courts. These
Courts function for the convenience of the working public who would otherwise
have to take time off from work in order to attend court. The operating hours are
from 6 pm onwards on Mondays to Thursdays. There are two night courts in State Courts, each hearing a specific profile
Court 4AN deals with summonses and notices issued by the various government
departments such as in the Housing and Development Board, Urban Redevelopment
Authority, Central Provident Fund Board, and Accounting and Corporate
Court 4BN deals primarily with road traffic offences brought to Court by the
Traffic Police and regulatory offences brought to Court by the Land Transport
FAQ ABOUT NIGHT COURTS AND REGULATORY OFFENCES
FAQ about Night Courts and Regulatory Offences
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