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Property firm HSR fined for breaching guidelines

Property firm HSR fined for breaching guidelines

It also attracts six-month marketing ban for not warning investors of Bangkok project risks.

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End of 40-year feud over shortcut a relief for residents

End of 40-year feud over shortcut a relief for residents

Fight over use of footpath, neighbour's $63m claim caused anxiety

Grange Heights, condo in 40-year dispute over Orchard Road access, gets nod for collective sale

Grange Heights, condo in 40-year dispute over Orchard Road access, gets nod for collective sale

Over 80% of owners agree to sell condo that was in 40-year spat over Orchard Road access.

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A property trust to beat ABSD? Beware the drawbacks

A property trust to beat ABSD? Beware the drawbacks

Taking such a route would cripple financing options and is equivalent to an 'advance inheritance': lawyers

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Court of Appeal decides whether intangible assets can be abandoned

Court of Appeal decides whether intangible assets can be abandoned

In Lee Chen Seong Jeremy v Official Assignee [2018] SGCA 51, the Court found that the company had abandoned its right in relation to a proof of debt filed against a bankrupt person several years earlier.

One step forward or one step back?

This article examines the effects of the class remissions introduced by the 2018 Rules and how they interact with the amendments promulgated by the Stamp Duties (Amendment) Bill 2017.

Higher Stamp Duty Rates and Tightened Loan-to-Value Limits on Residential Property Purchases

The changes will affect all segments of the residential property market - property developers, investors, banks and even first-time home buyers.

Embracing the Assisted Living Model for Singapore

There is no time like the present to find innovative ways to serve the segments of our population with distinct and pressing needs.
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