Lemon Law Bill To Be Reviewed

Remember our post on the Lemon Law? As it turns out, the local government has now taken concrete steps to address this consumer rights issue. According to today’s edition of TODAY, “After years of lobbying by the Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE), the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) tabled a Bill yesterday to introduce the “lemon law”.”

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FerroLite: Brilliance or Bane

Like any other new homeowners, Cheng Wee Hong and his new neighbours eagerly began renovation works when they first moved into their new build-to-order (BTO) flats at [email protected] late last year. The initial excitement, however, turned out to be short-lived. Works on their new walls are leaving bigger holes than originally intended, chunks of wall were breaking off and requiring extensive touch-ups with plaster.

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One Drink Too Many

After a long day of ceremonies, chatter and running back and forth, plenty of newly-weds just sign the bill at the end of the banquet without scrutinizing it in detail. Some hotels capitalize on this, especially if you don’t purchase packages that include a free flow of beer and wine.

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Are You Sure You’re Insured?

Motor Insurance; apart from mulling over our most worthwhile options within the saturated local insurance market, we don’t put much thought into it. So as long as if you’ve your CI in hand, you can assume that he has you’ve all the accident coverage you need, right? Wrong.

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Contractor or Conman?: Time Is Money

Time is money, and when it comes to renovating your home, the more of your time your contractor wastes, the more money you’ll be doling out to him.Time has you wrapped around the contractor’s finger. After all, he’ll have nothing to lose if the project ends uncompleted. He has plenty more clients to direct his temporal, unsustainable attention to.

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Contractor or Conman?

Local contractors often hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Beds.sg exposes some of the dirtiest, darkest secrets of Singapore’s building and engineering construction industry in this three-part series so you’ll be well informed and prepared for any tricks a contractor has up his sleeves.

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10 Tips for buying furniture Online

Buying things online has become very popular and is rapidly becoming a part of our daily life. For some, online shopping has become a habit and a routine.

Buying online saves time, is convenient and easy.

However, there are still a few points to note before making your purchase online, especially buying household items and furniture….

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