06 April 2022
P. Sivakumar & Kimberly Dawn Becker
With more individuals owning, buying and transacting with cryptocurrency assets in recent years, the Singapore High Court’s (“High Court”) judgement in CLM v CLN  SGHC 46 (“CLM”) appears to provide welcome relief for users of cryptocurrency in that it opens up or, rather, confirms that there are possible legal avenues available to settle disputes arising out of their cryptocurrency assets.
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