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Right to legal representation in a conveyancing transaction

IDEALLY, each party to a conveyancing transaction should be represented by a solicitor and a solicitor should not represent more than one party in a conveyancing transaction.


Advertisement by housing developer on free legal fees

THE purpose of this article is to provide some pointers and guidelines to a purchaser who wishes to appoint his own solicitor when buying a housing accommodation from a housing developer.


Bar: Small law firms can come together under GLP

JOHOR BARU: Lawyers from small firms such as sole proprietorship and small partnerships can now band together and operate under one roof as part of reforms by the Bar Council to help lawyers increase competitiveness and reduce operating costs.


Thy will be done

This is the second in the series of monthly articles contributed by the Malaysian Bar Council on simple matters affecting the lives of people. It kicked off diving into ways to obtain “Letters of Administration” when a person dies and leaves an estate without a will and continues this month with the subject on “Living Wills”.

Metro News

Poor state of affairs in affluent area

IT MAY be an upmarket area but the commercial centre of Desa Sri Hartamas is in a filthy state.


How to obtain letters of administration via small estate mode

UPON the death of a person, a member of his family or a person interested in his estate must take charge to administer and distribute his estate.

Law For Everyone

Lawyers and their social circles

BACK when those who wanted to study law had few institutions of higher learning to choose from, there was more camaraderie among lawyers. However, a law graduate today comes from any of a growing list of local and foreign schools, and there is rarely a strong bond between lawyers who have studied in different universities.


The faithful recorder: The man who founded The Malayan Law Journal

Dr Bashir Ahmad Mallal's belief in the rule of law led him to set up the 'Malayan Law Journal' in 1932 even though he was not a lawyer or a judge.


Lawyer: Change loans rule and pay direct to developer

PETALING JAYA: The Public Sector Home Financing Board (LPPSA) should change its loans rule to allow the money to be released straight into the developer’s account if it is a direct purchase from the developer, said a senior lawyer.


KL Bar helps with online migration of land titles

KUALA LUMPUR: The implementation of the new “e-Tanah” system to improve land administrative processes in Kuala Lumpur has caused some application delays.