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IF you intend to sell your property, you should be prepared with the documents that are required from you.
As the year draws to a close, habitually we reflect on the events passed which, sadly, includes lives lost. If any form of regret factors then it is telling that one might not have done enough or said enough before the person passed away. This article focuses on our elderly which will describe all of us one day.
ON Tuesday , the Federal Court ruled that the housing controller has no power to waive or modify provisions of the contracts of sale as prescribed by regulations 11(1) and (2) of the Housing Development (Control and Licensing) Regulations, 1989 (1989 Regulations).
KUALA LUMPUR: Infrastructure company Taliworks Corporation Bhd posted a stronger set of earnings in the third quarter ended Sept 30,2019 with its net profit surging to RM72.63mil from RM19.68mil a year ago.
In this second part of the article, the Conveyancing Practice Committee member of the Bar Council analyses the recent Court of Appeal’s decision in Muhamad Nazri Mukamad v. JMB Menara Rajawali & Anor (JMB Menara Rajawali) which decided that a joint management body (JMB) cannot fix different rates of charges for different types of parcel units in a stratified building.
Much has been said recently about rates of charges for strata properties. In relation to that, share units of such properties have featured prominently.
WHEN one buys housing accommodation from a developer in Malaysia, the terms of the sale and purchase agreement with the developer are prescribed by law (S&P), specifically the Housing Development (Control and Licensing) Regulations 1989 (HDR 1989).
PETALING JAYA: Bank Negara should stop allowing banks to charge fee for loan documents which borrowers sign when taking,for example, a housing loan, says the Bar Council.PETALING JAYA: Bank Negara should stop allowing banks to charge fee for loan documents which borrowers sign when taking,for example, a housing loan, says the Bar Council.
PETALING JAYA: Commercial banks in Malaysia should also review their charges and fees for processing bank loan documents in line with its move to drop the charges for certain cash and cheque transactions, says the Bar Council.