Media Statement

The court judgment for the first tranche of our case was released this morning. We are in the midst of reviewing the judgment and will take advice from our lawyers. We will share more details on our next step/s in due course. Mr Low, Sylvia, Pritam

Skeletal Submissions

“13. The Honourable Court’s attention is drawn to the following: (a) The Town Councillors have given evidence of the facts and circumstances then existing and their reasons for making the decisions which they did – both in respect of the appointment of contractors and their payments. This evidence has not been rebutted. (b) In second-guessing…

Update on Account #5

On 11 March 2019, our lawyers rendered us a bill no 20190158 for $438,408.12 for work done from 31 October 2018 till 1 March 2019. In partial payment of this bill, we have paid the sum of $321,709.17 in the following manner: (a) authorised the law firm to use the sum of $92,086.22 being the…

Reply Submissions

“The Unrebutted Evidence of the Town Councillors For the Plaintiffs to succeed, they need to prove that the appointments of FMSS and the other third party contractors and the respective payments made to them were improper. They have not done so. The following key evidence of the Town Councillors remains unrebutted: With respect to the Appointment…

Closing Submissions

“In both Suits, the Plaintiffs call into question the appointments and payments made by AHTC to its Managing Agent (“MA”) and various third party contractors that AHTC had engaged to manage the estate and/or perform various services for its residents during the Review Period … The Town Councillors deny the allegations of improper payments and…

Update on Account #4

On 10 Jan 2019, our lawyers deducted a sum of $11,996.57 from the balance deposit placed with them, to pay for transcription services for the trial.  With this deduction, the balance deposit with our lawyers stands at $92,086.22.  Please see the confirmatory letter attached. 2019.01.10 – letter to all (ahtc) (enc nod)