Individuals may request for specific legal advice by emailing the probonocentre [at] smu.edu.sg (subject: SOL%20COVID19-Query) (SMU Pro Bono Centre). The service is available only to those who satisfy certain eligibility criteria. A list of free pro bono services is also available here.
Covid-19 has systematically impacted everyone in Singapore and around the world in 2020: it has taken lives, destroyed jobs and businesses, disrupted learning, and upended social interactions. At the height of the pandemic, SMU students, staff and alumni came together to provide information to members of the public in a dedicated portal about the legal regulations and support schemes introduced in Singapore in response to the virus outbreak, as well as non-legal information of a general nature on the virus situation. In 2021, most of the measures have been wound down gradually in view of the low incidence of community transmission and the start of the Covid-19 vaccination programme. We have preserved the information produced as an archive of our collective service to the Singapore community.
- Inability to Perform Contracts (see also the video on this topic)
- Property Tax Remissions (see also the video on this topic)
- Restrictions on Individuals (see also the video on this topic)
- Restrictions on Businesses (see also the video on this topic)
- Restrictions on Specified Dormitories (see also the video on this topic)
- Temporary Measures for Conduct of Meetings
- Temporary Measures for Court Proceedings and Syariah Court Proceedings
- Requirements for Specified Hostels
- Requirements for Funerals
- Stay Home Notice
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