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[For lawyers only] Common e-filing errors in eLit
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How do I file a claim against my neighbour
How do I file a Magistrate’s Complaint against a harasser or stalker
How do I file a Magistrate's Complaint?
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How do I conduct a criminal case myself
How do I apply for court records
FAQ about Night Courts
How do I pay Court Fines?
EMPLOYMENT CLAIMS TRIBUNALS
Types of Claims which the ECT can hear
Before filing a Claim
Filing a Claim
After a Claim is filed
Settlement of disputes and Appeals
Compliance and Enforcement of Settlement Agreement and Tribunal Order
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
Justice@State Courts mobile app
Small Claims Tribunals
Virtual Tour of Courtrooms
Annual Reports 2003 to 2017
Interested in Mediation/Conciliation/ADR
Employment Claims Tribunals
Annual Workplan Speeches
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Legislation and Practice Directions
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International Framework for Court Excellence
International Consortium for Court Excellence
Judiciary Times (newsletter)
State Courts Judgment
Judgments published by LawNet
English to Chinese - Glossary of Terms
English to Malay - Glossary of Terms
English to Tamil - Glossary of Terms
SINGAPORE GOVERNMENT WEBSITES
Community Mediation Centre
Family Justice Courts
Insolvency and Public Trustee's Office
Legal Aid Bureau
Ministry of Education
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SG Heart Map
Singapore Academy of Law
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Singapore Institute of Legal Education
Singapore International Arbitration Centre
Singapore Mediation Centre
The Law Society of Singapore
Community Justice and Tribunals System
Integrated Criminal Case Filing and Management System
Court Fine Payment
Guidelines for the Assessment of General Damages in Personal Injury Cases
The State Courts together with the Singapore Academy of Law published a reference book entitled Guidelines for the Assessment of General Damages in Personal Injury Cases. This guide informs parties of the estimated quantum of damages that can be expected from the wide range of injuries suffered, and is useful for parties to make informed decision in settling their cases involving personal injury. Click here for an extract from the book on neck injuries.
Mediation in Singapore: A Practical Guide
Thomson Reuters has published the above book in 2015.
The publication provides a unique overview of both the development and current practice of mediation in Singapore. It includes discussions on all aspects of mediation encompassing the most important psychological, cultural and legal aspects of the mediation process; how parties choose a mediator; mediation agreements; enforcement of mediation settlements; accreditation of mediators; mediation in family disputes, divorce, family estate disputes, and many other topics.
The State Courts and Family Justice Courts have contributed to chapters in this book concerning mediation in the State Courts, mediation of civil disputes in Singapore, mediation of family disputes and mediation of minor criminal offences in the State Courts.
Electronic Motor Accident Guide (2nd edition)
Facing the consequences of a traffic accident can be challenging. The Electronic Motor Accident Guide (eMAG) is a practical tool that helps road users, motor insurers and lawyers understand and resolve accident claims quickly. Illustrated pictures and diagrams, simple language and a variety of scenarios make assessing liability quick and straightforward. As a result, the eMAG helps parties negotiate settlements without proceeding to court litigation, shaving costs significantly.
To make this guide available to more people, the State Courts of Singapore have decided to publish the second edition of the eMAG digitally. The eMAG allows you to perform searches for keywords, bookmark relevant pages for later, and highlight key passages. The digital format also enhances portability, as it can be easily accessed from your phone, tablet or desktop anytime. Click here to watch the video of the eMAG.
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