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Land scams on the rise

Landowners beware! Your property is at risk. There has been a rising number of land scams in recent years, especially in the Klang Valley. Worse, the scams are targeting higher-value land too.

At the mercy of land scams

With the growing number of land scams and increased value of property involved, serious measures, including protectioBy the law, are urgently needed to overcome the problem.

Federal Court: Dr Badariah's appointment as judicial commissioner valid (updated)

The Federal Court ruled that the appointment of Dr Badariah Sahamid, former dean of Universiti Malaya's law faculty, as judicial commissioner (JC) was valid.

Protecting the landowners

Fraudsters were the happiest lot when the court handed down a landmark judgment in 2001 allowing a landowner to lose her million-ringgit land to unscrupulous parties who through forgery sold her land to a bona fide buyer. Landowners can only hope for an amendment to the National Land Code to rectify the situation.

Protecting the landowners

Fraudsters were the happiest lot when the court handed down a landmark judgment in 2001 allowing a landowner to lose her million-ringgit land to unscrupulous parties who through forgery sold her land to a bona fide buyer. Landowners can only hope for an amendment to the National Land Code to rectify the situation.

38,000 land titles unclaimed

At least 38,000 titles to land worth millions of ringgit remain uncollected in the land office vault in Petaling Jaya.

Alumni’s move to honour Tunku lauded

From TUNKU ISMAIL JEWA in Penang.

Beware of over-billing by lawyers, says CAP

SOME lawyers are over-billing their clients in conveyancing matters, warns Consumers' Association of Penang (CAP).

Singapore opens up to law firms

Changes to the Legal Profession Act passed in Singapore's Parliament on Tuesday will now open up the hitherto protected legal sector to allow foreign firms more leeway to operate here.

Is change possible?

Of the 13,000 ballot papers sent out for the Bar Council's annual election, only around 3,500 will be returned with the choice of candidates ticked.