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The Security Handbook. This book addresses the issue of providing professional training to security officers and supervisor who seek a career in security. Paperback ISBN: 9780750674386. A user-friendly text, it is fuller with checklists covering topics such as how to improve job performance and prepare for a job interview. The book is ideally suited to serve as a supplemental reference for in-house training programs.
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The Common Law in Singapore and Malaysia
The Common Law in Singapore and Malaysia April 1986 · International and Comparative Law Quarterly.
The legal system of Singapore is based on the English common law system. Major areas of law – particularly administrative law, contract law, equity and trust law, property law and tort law – are largely judge-made, though certain aspects have now been modified to some extent by statutes. However, other areas of law, such as criminal law, company law and family law, are almost completely statutory in nature.
Professor Jeremy Phillips.
Recommend this journal. National University of Singapore. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 07 April 2011.
There are three general sources of Singapore law: legislation, judicial precedents (case law), and custom. Legislation is divided into statutes and subsidiary legislation. Statutes are written laws enacted by the Singapore Parliament, as well as by other bodies that had power to pass laws for Singapore in the past. Statutes enacted by these other bodies may still be in force if they have not been repealed
81L Law of insolvency in other jurisdictions. 81SS Security interest. Part V BOOKS, CUSTOMER ASSETS AND AUDIT. 102 Keeping of books and furnishing of returns.
81L Law of insolvency in other jurisdictions. 81M Participant to be party to certain transactions as principal. 103 Penalties under this Division. Division 2 - Customer Assets.