Archive

12 October 2004
The New Paper

"PROPERTY TUSSLES CAN BE COSTLY"

Most resolved amicably.

“Most [property tussles] just don’t make it to court because they are resolved amicably. There are cases that reach lawyers, but the parties involved usually realise the embarrassment that the case can cause to everyone and some one will make a compromise and resolve the matter.” –  Mr. Chia Boon Teck

24 September 2004
The New Paper

"I DON’T REALLY CARE ANY MORE ABOUT VERDICT"

Maid, accused of murder, will hear verdict today

Features case handled by Mr. Chia Boon Teck.

10 February 2004
The New Paper

"COURT RULES ON COP KILLED WHILE JOGGING"

Features case handled by Mr. Chia Boon Teck.

03 February 2004
The Straits Times

"COURT ROW OVER STALLED RESORT IN MYANMAR"

S’porean sues firm for failing to deliver 4 generators; other party counter-sues for non-payment.

Features case handled by Mr. Chia Boon Teck.

09 January 2004
The Straits Times

"PSA TOP COP’S DEATH: JUDGE VISITS ACCIDENT SITE"

Features case handled by Mr. Chia Boon Teck.