THE LEGAL SYSTEM OF SINGAPORE

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THE LEGAL SYSTEM OF SINGAPORE by Mind Map: THE LEGAL SYSTEM  OF SINGAPORE

1. GRANTED COLONIAL INSTITUTION

2. PRE-WAR

2.1. THE FOUNDING OF SINGAPORE

2.1.1. SIR STAMFORD RAFFLES

2.1.2. TRADING POST

2.1.3. BRITISH EAST INDIA COMPANY

2.2. SINGAPORE UNDER BRITISH RULE

2.2.1. STRAITS SETTLEMENTS

2.2.1.1. 1826: SINGAPORE AND MALACCA ADDED TO PRESIDENCY OF PENANG. -Singapore and Malacca Act 1825

2.2.1.2. 27 NOV 1826: SECOND CHARTER OF JUSTICE. -Extends jurisdiction to residents courts from Penang and Malacca to Singapore -Forms Courts of Jurisdiction of Penang, Malacca and Singapore

2.2.1.3. HAD 3 JUDGES. 1. President and The Governor of Penang. 2. Resident Councillor of where the court is held. 3. The recorder of Singapore, Penang and Malacca

2.2.1.4. SAME AUTHORITY AND JURISDICTION AS ENGLISH COURTS

2.2.2. GOVERNMENT

2.2.2.1. 1866: STRAITS SETTLEMENTS “DETACHED” FROM INDIA

2.2.2.2. OWN LEGISLATURE

2.2.2.3. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 1. Governor. 2. Chief Justice. 3. Officer in Command of the Troops. 4. Lieutenant Governor of Penang. 5. Colonial Secretary. 6. Attorney-General. 7. Colonial Engineer. 8. Unofficial Europeans

2.2.3. JUDICIAL DEVELOPMENTS

3. WORLD WAR II

3.1. JAPANESE OCCUPATION (1942-1945)

3.1.1. SURRENDER OF THE BRITISH

3.1.2. PROCLAMATION (MAY 1942)

3.1.3. LEGISLATIVE

4. POST-WAR

4.1. POST WAR PUSH FOR INDEPENDENCE (12 SEP 1945 -)

4.1.1. SURRENDER OF THE JAPANESE

4.1.2. JUDICIAL STRUCTURE

4.1.3. RENDEL CONSTITUTION

4.1.4. SELF-GOVERNMENT

4.1.5. CONSTITUTIONAL TALKS

4.2. MERGER WITH MALAYA

4.2.1. LAWS AND COURT SYSTEM

4.2.2. PROCESS OF MERGER

4.3. SEPERATION AND NATIONAL BUILDING

4.3.1. EXPELLED FROM THE FEDERATION

4.3.2. ACTS

4.3.3. COURTS