Search


You have searched for "conveyancing"

Showing 21-30 of 51

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


Bar: Law programmes may not be law-abiding

PETALING JAYA: Law degrees offered by some educational institutions have not been recognised by the Legal Profession Qualifying Board.

Equipping lawyers with a global brand

THE Bar Councils biennial law conference takes on an international flavour this year as it prepares members and other professionals to meet the challenges of a globalised economy.

TV chef jailed over crash that killed m-cyclist

A CELEBRITY chef was yesterday sentenced to a month in jail over an expressway crash that left a motorcyclist dead.

Life begins after retirement

MOST people think of taking a backseat once they retire. But working after retirement might not be such a bad idea after all.

Duo admit to inking land deal without Sosilawati’s presence

SHAH ALAM: Two lawyers formerly attached to accused N. Pathmanabhan's law firm have admitted in the High Court to signing Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya's sale and purchase agreements as witnesses without the presence of the cosmetics millionaire.

Duo admit to inking land deal without Sosilawati’s presence

SHAH ALAM: Two lawyers formerly attached to accused N. Pathmanabhan's law firm have admitted in the High Court to signing Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya's sale and purchase agreements as witnesses without the presence of the cosmetics millionaire.

Banting murders: Witnesses signed Sosilawati's documents without her present

SHAH ALAM: Two lawyers formerly with accused N. Pathmanabhan's law firm admitted to the High Court that they signed Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya's sales and purchase agreements as witnesses without the presence of the cosmetics millionaire.

Price for faster ‘justice’

There was public outcry at the Bar Council's announcement of a 300% to 400% increase in legal fees. Are the lawyers' demands for the increase justified?

Your land can land in the wrong hands

Crime syndicates are able to cheat people of their land through fraud and forgery because of weaknesses in the conveyancing process. It's time to clean it up.

37 land fraud cases in Q1

KUALA LUMPUR: If the syndicates keep their game up, they would have committed over 140 cases of fraud and forgery involving land dealings by the end of this year.