In December 2021, the Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC) adopted a standalone set of court rules (SICC Rules) to govern its proceedings.

The SICC is a court within the Singapore judiciary designed to resolve cross-border disputes, traditionally the province of international arbitration. The court has some unique features typically not available in arbitration. At the same time, it retains features of arbitration that are well suited for resolution of international disputes. This note will review and comment on some of those features. 

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