Anti-Enforcement Injunctions To Be Granted Only When Exceptional Circumstances Warrant It, Rules Singapore Court of Appeal

18 Mar 2019 CaseWatch

The Court of Appeal has, in a landmark decision which considers the question of how a seat court should exercise its discretion in respect of an application for an anti-enforcement injunction, held that anti-enforcement relief should be granted only when exceptional circumstances warrant it: Sun Travels & Tours Pvt Ltd v Hilton International Manage (Maldives) Pvt Ltd [2019] SGCA 10.

This update takes a look at the Court of Appeal’s decision.

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