Lavocat Law seeks to make Law more accessible to members of the public. We understand that Law can be intimidating and confusing to the non-legally trained.
To solve this problem, we have written articles on the following areas of law which are meant to be accessible to and understood by the non-legally trained:
Breach of Contract Singapore
A party's wrongful conduct can entitle the other party to treat the contract as coming to an end
Medical Leave in Singapore Mc
How many days of MC (colloquial term for medical leave) are employees entitled to under Singapore law?
Anticipatory Repudiatory Breach
Situation 2 - where a party, by his words or conduct, simply renounces his contract inasmuch as he clearly conveys to the other party to the contract that he will not perform his contractual obligations at all
Distributing Jewellery, Watches and Personal Belongings Under a Will
How do you distribute jewellery, watches and personal belongings under your Will?
Repudiatory Breach - an Introduction
Repudiatory breaches grant innocent party right to choose whether to terminate or continue in which both parties must continue their obligations
Writ Of Summons Singapore
A Writ of Summons ("Writ") is a Court document that basically means "I am suing you".