Singapore Recreation Club sues ex-president, ex-GM for $3 million

(From left) Singapore Recreation Club’s former general manager Abdul Rashid Mohamed Ali and former president Johnny Goh Kok Guan are accused of various breaches of duties, with the bulk of the damages sought related to guest rooms operated by the c
(From left) Singapore Recreation Club’s former general manager Abdul Rashid Mohamed Ali and former president Johnny Goh Kok Guan are accused of various breaches of duties, with the bulk of the damages sought related to guest rooms operated by the club. The club’s current president is Sarbjit Singh.

The Singapore Recreation Club (SRC) has sued its former president and its former general manager for at least $3 million, accusing the duo of various breaches of duties, in a case that started in the High Court yesterday.

The lawsuit, which began as a district court claim in 2015 against former general manager Abdul Rashid Mohamed Ali to recover a laptop and other items he allegedly took after he resigned, ballooned as SRC mounted new claims against him.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on September 04, 2019, with the headline 'S'pore Recreation Club sues ex-president, ex-GM for $3 million'. Print Edition | Subscribe