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Title: The Law Relating to Credit Cards in Singapore
Keywords: Consumer Credit Payment Card Singapore Law
Issue Date: 13-Nov-2007
Citation: NGUYEN HOANG VIET (2007-11-13). The Law Relating to Credit Cards in Singapore. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Chapter 1: Description of credit, debit, and charge cards, system organization and transaction mechanism, statistics demonstrating primary functions of the credit card system and its role in Singapore. Chapter 2: Analysis of the legal relationship between the parties in a credit card transaction, theories of characterization, and finality of credit card transactions. Chapter 3: Application of the fundamental principles of the common law, including agency, bailment, estoppel, and negligence, to questions of liabilities for unauthorized card transactions, review of risk shifting clauses and the impacts of the UCTA on such terms. Chapter 4: Analysis of situations of disputes between the cardholder and the merchant, issuerb s liability to the cardholder for the merchantb s default. Chapter 5: Review of the existing regulatory framework of credit, debit, and charge cards in Singapore, likelihood of consumer credit reform, analysis of issues of card billing and resolution of disputes, recommendation of regulatory controls.
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