Nominated in 2007 by “Who Represents Corporate Asia?” as
Asian Council’s Firm of the Year for Real Estate

Real Estate & Conveyancing
Our real estate and conveyancing department is run by 2 Senior Directors, 1 Director and a Senior Manager who between them have more that 55 years of experience in conveyancing practice. We also have two Paralegals (Foreign Lawyers), one who has extensive work experience in commercial and property transactions, commercial litigation and workplace relations in Australia and the other who has handled a variety of conveyancing and banking transactions in Malaysia. The team is also supported by a group of about 15 specialised conveyancing paralegals and staff who each specialise in different aspects of conveyancing practice.

Transactions which the Firm had been involved in include:

  • Concluded the en-bloc Sale of St Martinís Lodge off Tanglin Road for $29.25 million. In addition to acting in the sale and transfer of the various units, negotiation and drafting of the Collective Sales Agreement, preparation for representations had to be made for the Strata Titles Board.

  • Acted for developer in the acquisition of land, development, financing and finally sale of units at the following projects:
    Boustead Industrial Park
    Scotts 28
    Trevose 12
    Tudor 10

  • Acted for owners in their leasing of the following properties:
    SIA Building
    Centrepoint Shopping Centre
    Anchorpoint Shopping Centre
    Northpoint Shopping Centre
    Tiong Bahru Plaza
    Hougang Mall
    Century Square
    National University Hospital

  • Acted in the sale or purchase of buildings, hotels, and other properties including 6 Battery Road, Hotel Meridien at Orchard Road, and the land occupied by IKEA.

  • Acted for several listed companies in their disposition of the real estate assets to REITs (Real Estate Investment Trusts) exceeding S$0.35 billion including leading negotiations on the various transactional documents, advising these companies on various operational and legal issues involved in a “sale and leaseback” transaction, liaising with the various governmental and quasi-governmental authorities for the consent to sell the real estate assets, the preparation of Singapore Exchange announcements and circulars for shareholders' approval for the dispositions.