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Property transaction fees up

PETALING JAYA: The sale and transfer of property valued at RM500,000 and below will now be subjected to a 1% conveyancing fee.

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.

Beware of over-billing by lawyers, says CAP

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

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.

Lawyers can now discount fees

PETALING JAYA: Changes in the Solicitors’ Remuneration Order is a boon for buyers of second-hand homes and commercial units.

Ex-Bar chiefs call for caution with DIY approach

PETALING JAYA: Two former Bar Council presidents have called for a more cautious approach to an idea to liberalise the legal practice and make some legal practices – such as property purchases or the preparation of wills – simple enough for non-legally trained individuals to do by providing templates of legal documents.

Lawyers urge caution over ‘boilerplate’ legal documents

PETALING JAYA: Former Bar Council presidents have advised caution to an idea by lawyer Edmund Bon to allow non-legally trained individuals to prepare legal documents such as property purchases and the preparation of wills.

Housebuyers told to appoint own lawyers

All housebuyers should appoint their own lawyers, Bar Council of Malaysia president Kuthubul Zaman Bukhari said.

Banking on A.I.

During the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis, the first signs of the crisis were large capital outflows from Malaysia in the first quarter of the year.

Lawyer: This will allow people to draft their own documents

KUALA LUMPUR: A group of lawyers are on a mission to increase public access to justice – including allowing the average Joe to draw up a will or contract the DIY way.