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Title: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF LEGAL ASPECTS OF EVENT MANAGEMENT IN SINGAPORE AND AUSTRALIA
Authors: SHEIKHA SHAMERAH BINTE SHEIKH IBRAHIM BAJRAI
Keywords: Building
PFM
Project and Facilities Management
2019/2020 PFM
Gabriel Kor
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: SHEIKHA SHAMERAH BINTE SHEIKH IBRAHIM BAJRAI (2019). A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF LEGAL ASPECTS OF EVENT MANAGEMENT IN SINGAPORE AND AUSTRALIA. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Throughout the years, there has been an increasing number of legal issues that relate to event management. These issues have resulted in losses, damage and stricter regulation enforced in the country. To minimise these legal issues and potential risks from occurring, it is essential to adopt a comprehensive approach for the management of events. This dissertation will study the legal issues relating to event management in both Singapore and New South Wales (“NSW”). A literature review was conducted on these legal issues and it has included the contractual issues, insurances, duty of care, licences and regulations that relate to event management of both countries. Furthermore, a comparative study on the legal aspects between Singapore and NSW was carried out to address certain aspects Singapore could tap on from NSW. Interviews were conducted with event management companies, lawyers and insurance expert and valuable insights were obtained for this research. A proposed checklist was developed to guide event managers on what to look out for from the legal perspectives when organising an event in Singapore through the analysis of the literature review and the interviews conducted. Additionally, the proposed checklist will serve as a guide for event managers when drafting contracts. Finally, the limitations of this study were identified, alongside the propositions for future research on event management.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/223460
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