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VERIFICATION AND CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE CLAUSES AND FRAUD BY A BANK EMPLOYEE

Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly

VERIFICATION AND CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE CLAUSES AND FRAUD BY A BANK EMPLOYEE

Sandra Annette Booysen*

1. Jiang Ou v. EFG Bank

The Singapore High Court recently ruled against a bank that sought to rely on a verification and conclusive evidence clause (a “verification clause”) in defending a claim
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