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Our lawyers have many years of experience in all types of conveyancing, housing loans, CPF housing schemes and corporate real estate matters. Our firm has acted for many homeowners in Singapore and successfully delivered affordable and efficient conveyancing services. Additionally, we have also acted for major housing developers and financial institutions on large projects. We aim to provide quality, timely and cost effective legal services tailored to suit your needs.
Tan Heng Khim was admitted as an Advocate & Solicitor in Singapore in 1989. He has been in legal practice for more than 25 years (and had been Chairman and Vice-Chairman of The Law Society of Singapore’s Conveyancing Practice Committee). Having commenced his initial practice at Allen & Gledhill, he is the senior lawyer in Cecil Law LLC. He will be the lawyer in-charge of your case. He does not believe in delegating your case to be handled by para-legals, legal executives, conveyancing secretaries or business development executives, etc. His professional work ethics and extensive experience have garnered him the respect and trust of many of his satisfied clients.
In the conveyancing and real estate areas, he has extensively handled:
In addition, he also has experience in litigation work:
Conveyancing is the process by which property title (the ownership of a property) is transferred from one person or entity to another. When you sell or purchase a property, you need to go through a conveyancing transaction or special legal process.
A conveyancing solicitor represents and helps you to complete the conveyancing transaction or process so that you as a seller will receive the sale proceeds or as a purchaser will get the property ownership. The solicitor will help you to comply with your legal obligations under the Contract of Sale / Purchase and to protect your rights or entitlement under the terms of the Contract.
As it will often be one of the most expensive transactions for you, you would want to ensure that you do not suffer a loss (or incur liability) or that you are not deprived of your entitlement under the Contract.
A typical transaction stipulates 10 to 12 weeks for completion of the sale / purchase depending on the Contract terms. However, this time period could be varied under the Contract terms.
Our lawyer will advise you on your options and recommend a course of action to protect your position and/or manage the problem towards achieving your desired outcome. His litigation experience will serve as an added advantage.