20 April 2020
Juwairiyah Binte Yasin and Cannis Seng
One would have thought that with the implementation of the circuit breaker measures, conveyancing transactions would have come to a stand-still as a lot of the procedures involved physical interactions such as the issuance of cheques and cashiers’ orders, signing of documents, and the final completion itself. However with technology and the co-operation of various parties, conveyancing transactions can proceed as scheduled.
Post date. Edit this to change the date post was posted. Does not show up on published site. 20/4/2020
03 June 2019
Among the many possibilities that blockchain technology presents, there are few as exciting, promising, and perhaps even fashionable, as the use of the blockchain to facilitate transfer of title to immovable property (real estate).
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6 September 2017
In a commercialised economy such as Singapore, there are a plenty of large scale construction project opportunities available. The most common method of awarding such projects is through the process of competitive tenders. This generally refers to the process of governmental organisations or other institutions inviting bids for projects within a specified time-limit.
The awarding of projects is generally seen as positive for the successful tenderer. However, one must consider the potential pitfalls in dealing with such contracts.
Post date. Edit this to change the date post was posted. Does not show up on published site. 6/9/2017
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