Conveyancing refers to the legal process of transferring title in a property from one
person to another. Hoh Law Corporation’s Conveyancing Department offers a range of
conveyancing services and property law advice. To make sure the transaction goes
smoothly, our experienced team will work with you to get the job done quickly and
efficiently, and ensure that your interests are protected at all times.
Our firm offers the following conveyancing services:
At each of the crucial stages of the purchase/sale of your flat, we at Hoh Law Corporation will do the following to ensure a smooth transfer of ownership:
As you can see from the above, the process involved in purchasing a House or Flat can involve interaction between multiple parties. It is thus in your best interests to hire a lawyer to aid in this complex process.
The owner of the land or property can create a lease, also expressed as an
interest in the land or property, by establishing a legally binding relationship
between parties. This arrangement is formally established through tenancy
agreements between parties.
Tenancy agreements can either be oral or written. Some tenancy agreements can also arise from the conduct between parties.
Under Singapore law, the owner of the land or property is known as the
Landlord. The Landlord will enter into a legal agreement with the party who
wants to lease the land or property from the Landlord, known as the
Tenant/Lessee (in the case of HDB).
If the lease allows, or does not expressly prohibit, a Tenant may create a sub-tenancy from an existing lease. This is known as sub-letting. However, it is crucial to note that if the Tenancy Agreement expressly prohibits such an arrangement and the Tenant goes on to create sub-tenancy, the Landlord has the right to terminate the tenancy for breach of Tenancy Agreement.
With close to 30 years of experience in real estate Law, Hoh Law Corporation is well positioned to:
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