Mr Aditya Naidu is an Advocate & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore.
He graduated from the University of Exeter with a Bachelor of Laws with Honours.
Adit commenced practice in the personal injury and debt recovery department of a medium-sized law firm, where he acted for a variety of insurance companies and financial institutions. He assisted in defending claims arising from motor and industrial accidents and is well-versed in advising on the same.
Thereafter, Adit gained experience in civil and commercial litigation, assisting individuals and entities in pursuing and defending claims in both the State Courts and the Supreme Court of Singapore.
Adit also provides valuable advice to clients in relation to their rights and liabilities in contracts for service, employment contracts, loan agreements and tenancy agreements.
Adit also actively volunteers at the legal clinics at the Marine Parade Community Centre and the Kembangan-Chai Chee MPS, and is on the panel for both the Legal Aid Bureau and the Criminal Legal Aid Scheme.
· Resisting Bankruptcy applications and Winding Up Applications
· Pursuing personal injury claims for Road Traffic Accidents and Industrial Accidents
· Pursuing claims for a variety of civil matters including:
o Simple constructions claims
o Renovation works
o Breach of Tenancy Agreements
o Employment Claims
o Breach of Agreements
o Unpaid Loans
· Claims involving misrepresentation and/or fraud
· Defending persons accused of statutory offences (MOM, IRAS, ICA, NEA, etc.)
· Family Matters including:
o Simplified Divorce
o Contested Divorce
o Custody Claims
o Wills & Probate (drafting of Wills and applications for Probate and Administration)
· Acting for a group of freelance professionals in resisting the winding up of a media company [Koh Say Chong v Two Oceans Film Company Pte Ltd (2016) SGHC 171]
· Acting for a contractor in a successful appeal to the High Court of the Republic of Singapore
· Defending an individual facing a variety of charges ranging from causing grievous hurt to his former mother-in-law, assault of a taxi driver and causing hurt to a public servant, among others
· Civil Litigation
· Insurance Law
· Family Law
· Dispute Resolution
· Tenancy Matters
· Wills and Probate