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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.
PETALING JAYA: Years of working in Kuala Lumpur have convinced Catherine Corlus that Malaysians here should take lessons from across the South China Sea where Sabahans and Sarawakians are more united and moderate in their ways.
SEREMBAN: MCA has proposed that the government stop imposing the real property gains tax (RPGT) on assets disposed after 10 years of acquisition.
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.
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.
KUALA LUMPUR: The implementation of the new “e-Tanah” system to improve land administrative processes in Kuala Lumpur has caused some application delays.
Lawyer Datuk Roger Tan, who recently retired as SPAN commissioner, believes that accountability, transparency and integrity, are a must when it comes to managing our precious resource.
Under or oversupply? The country’s top professional bodies and stakeholders tell it as it is.
LAW students at the Singapore Management University (SMU) will now have a building in the heart of the Civic District to call their own, complete with a dedicated moot court and a 500-seater law library.