Divorcing Singapore couple's messy property set-up

The court has the power to draw adverse inference against the party who fails to make full and frank disclosure.
The court has the power to draw adverse inference against the party who fails to make full and frank disclosure.PHOTO: PEXELS

SINGAPORE - All divorces are messy but the fiendishly complex property set-up one couple devised gave the courts more headaches than most as they tried to untangle it.

The case involved a 45-year-old owner of a pub and his wife, a 34-year-old flight stewardess, who owned three condominium units together.

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