Couples planning to cancel wedding receptions fear losing deposits, despite proposed law

Couples planning to cancel wedding receptions fear losing deposits, despite proposed law

1/4/2020 10:19:00 PM

Couples planning to cancel wedding receptions fear losing deposits, despite proposed law

SINGAPORE — Couples who wish to cancel their wedding receptions said a proposed law that would protect them from being sued by venue providers does not, in its current form, go far enough in helping them with their situation.

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