Answered By: Bissy Ithack
Last Updated: Aug 02, 2018     Views: 207

A case citation is a reference to a legal case in the law reports.

It generally includes the

  • names of the parties to the case
  • year the decision of the court was delivered  or published
  • volume number of the law report
  • abbreviation of the law report series
  • first page at which the case is reported

For example

Singapore reported citation

Singapore neutral citation

Search by names of parties or by citation in the LawNet database(access from the Faculty of Law website) to find Singapore cases.

UK reported citation

 

UK neutral citation 

Search by names of parties or by citation in Lexis Singapore, ICLR or Westlaw Next database to find UK cases.

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