Singapore winding-up stayed to avoid “greater injustice”
The Singapore Court of Appeal has upheld a stay of winding-up proceedings in favour of arbitration, holding that to find the debtor in abuse of process because of its inconsistent conduct risked an “even greater injustice” by permitting a creditor to enforce a potentially illegal claim.
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