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Singapore and Australia were colonised by Britain two centuries ago, thereby becoming inheritors of the common law legal system with its attending institutions, methodology and principles. Yet, despite this common legal heritage and a government-endorsed policy of multiculturalism, only Singapore has adopted and endorsed a form of formal legal pluralism. This chapter provides a theoretical and practical analysis of these two distinctive approaches.

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