Halsbury’s Laws of Singapore V17(3) Shipping

The Shipping title has been reissued for May 2023, and was updated by Tan Hui Tsing, Capt Mathiew Christophe Rajoo, Isabel Lim, Gerard Nicholas, Abiramee Ghandidass, and Deborah Koh. The title is split into two volumes, thus providing a more comprehensive overview of the law of Shipping in Singapore. Volume 17(2) consists of seven chapters – from sources of Singapore maritime law to ships to maritime arbitration. The commentary reflects the current and related case law and statutory provisions such as The “Echo Star” ex “Gas Infinity” [2020] 5 SLR 1025, [2020] SGHC 200, The “Jeil Crystal” [2022] 2 SLR 1385, [2022] SGCA 66 (CA), The “Ocean Winner” [2021] 4 SLR 526, [2021] SGHC 8, the Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act 2018 (2020 Rev Ed) and the Rules of Court 2021 (S 914/2021). Volume 17(3), on the other hand, contains eight chapters. Topics include safety of life and property, navigation as well as salvage and wreck. As with the commentary in Vol 17(2), the commentary in Vol 17(3) is replete with case laws and statutory provisions such as The “Caraka Jaya Niaga III-11” [2021] 4 SLR 611, [2021] SGHC 43, Nurun Novi Saydur Rahman v PP [2019] 3 SLR 413 and Maritime Offences Act 2003 (2020 Rev Ed).

Publication Date: February 2022

Publisher: LexisNexis

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The Shipping title has been reissued for May 2023, and was updated by Tan Hui Tsing, Capt Mathiew Christophe Rajoo, Isabel Lim, Gerard Nicholas, Abiramee Ghandidass, and Deborah Koh. The title is split into two volumes, thus providing a more comprehensive overview of the law of Shipping in Singapore. Volume 17(2) consists of seven chapters – from sources of Singapore maritime law to ships to maritime arbitration. The commentary reflects the current and related case law and statutory provisions such as The “Echo Star” ex “Gas Infinity” [2020] 5 SLR 1025, [2020] SGHC 200, The “Jeil Crystal” [2022] 2 SLR 1385, [2022] SGCA 66 (CA), The “Ocean Winner” [2021] 4 SLR 526, [2021] SGHC 8, the Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act 2018 (2020 Rev Ed) and the Rules of Court 2021 (S 914/2021). Volume 17(3), on the other hand, contains eight chapters. Topics include safety of life and property, navigation as well as salvage and wreck. As with the commentary in Vol 17(2), the commentary in Vol 17(3) is replete with case laws and statutory provisions such as The “Caraka Jaya Niaga III-11” [2021] 4 SLR 611, [2021] SGHC 43, Nurun Novi Saydur Rahman v PP [2019] 3 SLR 413 and Maritime Offences Act 2003 (2020 Rev Ed).

PART I—The Core

Chapter 1: The Intuition Behind Tax Transfer Pricing

Chapter 2: The OECD Approach

Chapter 3: The Arm’s Length Principle

Chapter 4: Applying the Arm’s Length Principle: Comparability Analysis

Chapter 5: Pulling It Together

Chapter 6: Documentation

Part II—Key Areas of Transfer Pricing and Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (‘BEPS’)

Chapter 7: Intra-Group Service Charges

Chapter 8: The G20-OECD Initiative Against Base Erosion and Profit Shifting

Chapter 9: Special Considerations for Intangibles

Chapter 10: Business Restructuring

Chapter 11: Permanent Establishment and the Authorised OECD Approach

Part III—Transfer Pricing in Motion: Practical Perspectives from Implementing Transfer Pricing

Chapter 12: Audit and Dispute Resolution

Chapter 13: Transfer Pricing in Practical Context

Chapter 14: Developing the In-house Transfer Pricing Capability

Chapter 15: Practicing Transfer Pricing in Non-OECD Developing Countries

Part IV— Cutting Edge Developments

Chapter 16: Financial Transactions

Chapter 17: Making Sense of Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) 2.0

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