High Court Dismisses Appeal by Condominium Resident for Removal of Wheelclamp

This case update discusses when a decision of the Strata Titles Board is appealable to the General Division of the High Court, how the time for appeal is calculated and the principles applicable to an application for extension of time to file appeal.

Case Update: High Court Dismisses Appeal by Condominium Resident for Removal of Wheelclamp


Owners Allowed to Retain Mezzanine Attics Constructed at “The Summit” Condominum In the 90s

This case update discusses a recent decision in which the General Division of the High Court dismissed an application by a management corporation for an order that mezzanine attics installed by homeowners prior to the enactment of the Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act 2004 be removed.


“Facts or Interpretations?” by Julian Tay, April Cheah and Theodora Kee

Lee & Lee’s update covers the recent Court of Appeal decision in Lucky Realty Company Pte Ltd v HSBC Trustee (Singapore) Limited[2015] SGCA 68, in which our Senior Partner Julian Tay, and Associates April Cheah and Theodora Kee acted for the successful Appellant.

Case Note – Facts or Interpretations


Lee & Lee recognized in inaugural Mediation Advocacy: Power List 2015

In recognition of Lee & Lee’s advanced use of mediation as a dispute resolution tool, and a provider of a more complete suite of dispute resolution services, the Singapore Mediation Centre (“SMC”) has recognized our firm in the inaugural “Mediation Advocacy: Power List 2015” published by the SMC.

Our firm’s philosophy in relation to dispute resolution is to consistently adopt a holistic approach for clients, and promote the use of mediation, where the client’s interest will be advanced.