Liang Kok Wong
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Wong Liang Kok (LL.B (Hons) S’pore, LL.M (Merit) London) is a Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths, and Joint Managing Director of Tan Peng Chin LLC. He has been engaged in solicitor's work for local and foreign clientele (including banks and financial institutions) and across borders since 1992. Liang Kok has been a legal advisor to several societies and invited to give talks organized by Enterprise Promotion Centres, Singapore Institute of Management, Singapore Polytechnic Graduates Guild, DocCredits and NUS Centre for Pro Bono & Clinical Legal Education, on topics such as Start-Up Business Ventures, Company Directors’ Duties & Liabilities, Negotiating & Drafting Joint Venture Contracts, Introduction to Agency, Distributorship, Licence & Franchise, Legal Aspects of Structured Trade Finance, and Financial & Regulatory Matters. He has also tutored for the Legal Case Studies course at the National University of Singapore.

What happens to property that is left out of a will (residuary property)?
Personal,Properties and Real Estate

Reading Time: 5 minutesWriting a will is vital to ensuring that a person’s property and assets are distributed according to his/her wishes upon death. However, there are times when specific property or assets may be inadvertently left out of one’s will. This may occur, for example, when the person making the will (the “testator”) had not specifically provided […]