Judicial Assistance in Maritime Arbitration: A Singapore Perspective
Toh Kian Sing
(2006) 18 SAcLJ 771
This article examines the ways in which the Singapore courts have in recent years provided curial assistance to maritime arbitration. It focuses on the arrest of ships as a means of obtaining security for a potential arbitration award or for the enforcement of an arbitration award that has been obtained as well as the granting of Mareva injunctions in aid of maritime arbitrations.