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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.

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.

Points to consider when buying a house to avoid future complications

CAN you afford a house now? Assuming you can afford a house, how much can you afford to pay? These are important questions that many people do not research. This oversight can lead many people to bad debt and even bankruptcy.

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.

Let the house buyers beware!

To not educate yourself and learn from the mistakes of others only sets you up to be at best, disappointed and at worst, being house poor

New beginning in strata management

WITH more and more people living in stratified buildings, the new Strata Management Act is timely in helping to reduce animosity among residents and owners during dispute resolutions.

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.

Free legal fees – fact or myth

An erroneous understanding of the matter exists in the housing development industry, much to the dismay of purchasers having disputes with developers.

The stink of injustice

The police have to explain their tardiness in investigating the most infamous land forgery case in Malaysia.

Up close with Kajang assemblyman

FAMILY remains a priority for Lee Chin Cheh, even after he was elected as the Kajang assemblyman in the 13th General Election.