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  1. One of my relatives is bedridden and in coma stage now. We have been trying to contact the various insurance companies to enquire if this relative has insurance plans with them. So far, the insurance companies seem OK to reveal details as long as we provide the name and NRIC and explain the situation. However, what about banks? How would we be able to withdraw the cash inside this relative's bank accounts? Does it mean the only time the cash can be withdrawn is upon passing? It is intended to use the cash in the bank accounts to help offset the medical bills. pls advise. thanks
  2. This article appeared in the papers today. Quite unusual, NEA had to go to court to ACQUIT the company they wanted to charge..... http://www.singaporelawwatch.sg/slw/headlinesnews/37420-nea-asks-court-to-acquit-firm-booked-over-toxic-material.html?utm_source=rss%20subscription&utm_medium=rss NEA asks court to 'acquit' firm booked over 'toxic' material THE National Environment Agency (NEA) has asked a court to effectively acquit a firm that the agency had booked last year for moving harmful material illegally. Galaxy Logistics had faced a fine of up to $30,000 for transporting a hazardous chemical outside approved hours. Without elaborating, the NEA prosecutor had asked a district court on Feb 5 to grant Galaxy a discharge amounting to an acquittal. In reply to queries from The Straits Times, NEA said an offence involving a few parties had been committed as hazardous substances were found to have been transported outside stipulated hours. NEA did not specify who the other parties were but said: "Galaxy Logistics was charged for its role in the offence but NEA has withdrawn the charge based on further evidence. NEA is continuing with its investigations and will take appropriate legal action. Public safety remains our paramount concern." However, Galaxy's defence counsel Christopher Bridges said he did not produce any new evidence in the pre-trial conferences. Instead, he had argued that the prosecution had not been able to provide any legislation that specifically stated that the chemical transported was a hazardous material. According to court documents, Galaxy was transporting a detergent known as Divosan Active SU 388 VTS in a truck along Pioneer Road just past midnight on Oct 2, 2012. The detergent contains peracetic acid, which NEA said was hazardous. NEA issued a summons to the firm in May last year for moving the material outside the prescribed hours of between 7am and 7pm. Galaxy was alleged to have committed an offence as NEA said peracetic acid was listed as hazardous in the Second Schedule of the Environmental Protection and Management Act (EPMA) as well as the Schedule of Environmental Protection and Management (Hazardous Substances) Regulations. However, Mr Bridges said there was no reference to peracetic acid in both lists. He also said it would be unreasonable to read "organic peroxides" in the EPMA to include all types of organic peroxides. There were different classes of organic peroxides and "it would not be Parliament's intention to include non-hazardous organic peroxides into the purview of the regulations and the EPMA", he said. The charge was "too arbitrary and hence defective as peracetic acid is not clearly and explicitly listed... as a hazardous substance", he added.
  3. July 22, 2008 Durai cleared on false invoice charge By Elena Chong FORMER National Kidney Foundation (NKF) chief executive T T Durai was cleared on Tuesday of the remaining charge of using a false invoice to deceive the charity. The 59-year-old, who was brought to court in orange prison overalls and handcuffed, is currently serving a three-month jail sentence for deceiving the charity with a fake invoice of $20,000 to be paid to his interior designer friend, Mr David Tan. As he was led into the dock, he broke into a smile when he saw his family members, including his wife. He appeared to have put on some weight. In end-May, he lost his appeal against conviction and sentence in the High Court, which upheld the lower court's decision. He started serving his sentence on June 10. The case followed on the heels of the scandal which rocked the charity and led Durai and the entire board to step down in 2005. In court on Tuesday, Deputy Public Prosecutor David Khoo told District Judge Liew Thiam Leng that the prosecution had decided to withdraw the remaining charge against Durai. He applied for a discharge amounting to an acquittal. With good behaviour, Durai is exepcted to be out of jail in about three weeks. His lawyer, Senior Counsel Sant Singh, spoke to Durai together with his family members for a while after the court session was over. http://www.straitstimes.com/Latest%2BNews/...ory_260261.html muahahahaha... hurray.. can celebrate ND liaoz.
  4. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singap...now/745958.html I rather not.
  5. ESPN Latest : Kenny Huang pulls out of deal for Liverpool Hong Kong businessman Kenny Huang has withdrawn his high-profile attempt to buy Liverpool Football Club. Huang issued a statement on Friday saying he and his company QSL Sports were pulling out of takeover talks with the Premier League outfit. Huang was the first party to openly declare an interest in buying the Merseysiders from Americans Tom Hicks and George Gillett, but refused to comment when it was claimed his bid was backed by the Chinese government. Huang's statement provided no reason for his decision to pull out of negotiations. He said: ''Over the past few months we learned first-hand that Liverpool has a very special place in the hearts of millions of fans around the world. ''We concluded that a plan that properly capitalises the business and provides funds for a new stadium and player-related costs would allow Liverpool FC to provide its great fans with the success they deserve. ''Our strategy and unique ability to expand the fanbase in Asia would also have been of benefit to all. We regret that we will not have the opportunity to implement this strategy. ''We thank the many Liverpool fans who expressed support for our efforts and wish the club great success in the years to come. I am now considering my future options and will be making no further comment at this time.'' It was reported earlier this week that Huang was growing impatient with the Anfield board, who are carrying out due diligence on a number of bids received. Huang's bid to buy Liverpool from its American owners is thought to have valued the club at around
  6. one less team coming to SG liaoz... my favourite underdogs team... no more liaoz... http://www.formula1.com/news/headlines/2008/5/7730.html Extract: Following weeks of speculation concerning the future of the team, Super Aguri announced Tuesday that they are to withdraw from the 2008 FIA Formula One World Championship with immediate effect. Super Aguri, founded by former driver Aguri Suzuki, had been participating in Formula One racing since the 2006 season. The Japanese team, who scored their first championship points after only 22 races (Spanish Grand Prix, 2007) and finished ninth in the 2007 constructors