Singapore Penal Code -1872/ 2011

PreliminaryGeneral ExplanationsPunishmentsGeneral ExceptionsAbetment – 5A. Criminal ConspiracyOffences against the State – 6A. PiracyOffences relating to the Armed ForcesOffences against the Public TranquilityOffences by or relating to Public ServantsContempts of the Lawful Authority of Public ServantsFalse Evidence and Offences against Public…

Singapore Criminal Procedure Code -2010

PreliminaryCriminal jurisdiction over subordinate courtsPowers of Attorney-General and Public ProsecutorInformation to Police and Powers of InvestigationPrevention of OffencesArrest and Bail and Processes to Compel AppearanceThe ChargeInitiation of Criminal Proceedings and Complaint to MagistratePre-trial Procedures in the Subordinate CourtsPre-trial Procedures in…

Competition Act-2004

There is hereby established a body to be known as the Competition Commission of Singapore which shall be a body corporate with perpetual succession and shall, by that name, be capable of—

(a) suing and being sued;
(b) acquiring, owning, holding and developing or disposing of property, both movable and immovable; and
(c) doing and suffering such other acts or things as bodies corporate may lawfully do and suffer.

Contracts(rights of third parties)Act 2001

(1) Subject to the provisions of this Act, a person who is not a party to a contract (referred to in this Act as a third party) may, in his own right, enforce a term of the contract if—

(a) the contract expressly provides that he may; or
(b) subject to subsection (2), the term purports to confer a benefit on him.

CASINO CONTROL ACT-2006

jackpot- means the combination of letters, numbers, symbols or representations required to be displayed on the reels or video screen of a gaming machine so that the winnings in accordance with the prize payout scale displayed on the machine are payable from money which accumulates as contributions are made to a special prize pool;

PAYMENT SERVICES ACT 2019 – SINGAPORE

An Act to provide for the licensing and regulation of payment service providers, the oversight of payment systems, and connected matters, to repeal the Money‑changing and Remittance Businesses Act (Chapter 187 of the 2008 Revised Edition) and the Payment Systems (Oversight) Act (Chapter 222A of the 2007 Revised Edition), and to make consequential and related amendments to certain other Acts.