And where did you check this? Is there a website with a SG-Courts 'bias-ometer' on it or something? Perhaps you could share the link so we too can become better informed?bossy_uss wrote: The last time I checked, which was today, Singapore law is pro-landlord.
The laws re: renting in SG, derive from the various Landlord & Tenant Acts of England & Wales. Those Acts seek to set out a just and fair (i.e. 'unbiased') balance of rights and obligations for both landlord and tenant.
It doesn't need to be promulgated in statute to exist. For example: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_lawbossy_USS wrote:There's no such thing as the tenancy act which protects tenants. What's wrong with what he is saying?