One can find a clear guide towards drafting Singaporean Company constitutions and abiding with regulations here. In Singapore, company bylaws are called the Company Constitution (Prior to 2014, the Memorandum & Articles of Association and Articles of Incorporation). The requirements for the company constitution are laid out in Part III of the Singapore Companies Act, linked here. As per the law the constitution must include:
Check the Company Act for the full details. The Singaporean government has published model constitutions for private companies limited by shares or guarantee here, which can be taken in part and adapted into a company constitution.
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