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Singapore High Court clarifies how service of process may be effected on foreign-domiciled defendants

  Author: Baker & McKenzie ( Baker & McKenzie )
 June, 2015
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A plaintiff seeking to bring an action against a foreign-domiciled defendant must ensure that service of the writ or other originating process is validly effected via one of the methods prescribed by Order 11 of the Rules of Court (the “Rules”).

It is trite that service may be validly effected via official means, such as through the government of the country in which the defendant resides, or through a Singapore consular authority: Order 11, rules 4(2)(a), 4(2)(b) of the Rules. 


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