THOMSON VIEW CONDO

Address: 1 - 17E BRIGHT HILL DRIVE
Type: Condo
Tenure: 99-year Leasehold
District: 20
No. of Units: 206
Estimated TOP: 1987
Developer: TAT LEE THOMSON DEVELOPMENT PTE LTD

Thomson View Condominium is a development over 15 years old, but still preserving its charm with its lush greenery and large compound great for children to play.

It is conveniently located opposite the Thomson Plaza where one can find restaurants, cafes, supermarket, and a host of other amenities and shops.

It is also within walking distance to the Thomson Post Office, banks, hawker fares and well-served by many public buses to almost any places.

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FACILITIES AT THOMSON VIEW CONDO

  • SWIMMING POOL
  • GYM
  • SAUNA
  • TENNIS
  • SQUASH
  • FITNESS TRACK
  • PLAYGROUND
  • MINI-MART
  • BBQ
  • CLUBHOUSE
  • 24-HOUR SECURITY
  • COVERED CARPARK

NEAREST MRT STATIONS

MARYMOUNT MRT STATION
Distance: 1.2 km

BISHAN MRT STATION
Distance: 1.94 km

CALDECOTT MRT STATION
Distance: 2.26 km

NEAREST INTERNATINAL SCHOOLS

AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 3.25 km

GLOBAL INDIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 3.88 km

CHINESE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 3.96 km

NEAREST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

AI TONG SCHOOL
Distance: 0.49 km

CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
Distance: 1.5 km

GUANGYANG PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 1.66 km

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Re: EP pass is in Pending status since 4 weeks.

BBCWatcher:

The only difference is that the United States government discloses processing times for past applicants, by visa category. There is no assurance that an applicant today will experience the same or similar processing time as a past applicant. In fact, in many visa categories it's rather unlikely he/she would.

Re: Yoskarn Clinic or Dr. Pichet the butcherer

foclesilvia:
Agree with ‘blessedrekyo’. It’s been almost three years I had my plastic surgery done with Dr. Pichet. As from I heard he’s still one of the top surgeons for BA in Thailand. From these days I’m still satisfied with the result he gave me and I also recommend him to my friends who wish to have a plastic surgery done in Bangkok. Another suggestion is to send him e-mail directly, he always answers back in prompt manner. Do the clear consultation and deep research before your surgery is a must I think.

Re: Starting a Business - Questions about Common Seals and Stamps

Strong Eagle:
My judgment is that you can execute a deed without the corporate seal but you should check with an attorney before committing. There are two things:

Companies Act:

Execution of deeds
(5) A corporation may by writing under its common seal empower any person, either generally or in respect of any specified matters, as its agent or attorney to execute deeds on its behalf and a deed signed by such an agent or attorney on behalf of the corporation and under his seal, or, subject to subsection (7), under the appropriate official seal of the corporation shall bind the corporation and have the same effect as if it were under its common seal.



I see this as saying that a company can empower a person to execute deeds under their own signature and seal as opposed to having to use the company seal.

Also, refer to page 7 of this document: http://www.herbertsmithfreehills.com/-/ ... e%20d3.pdf

I would read this that the company can specify the manner in which a contract is represented as a deed, and indeed (no pun intended), this article suggests that seals will be eliminated entirely, and the document only needs to state that it is being executed as a deed.

http://www.cnplaw.com/cnpupdate/Media/C ... cution.pdf

Finally, this last page seems to support my supposition that an authorized person can sign a deed without the need for a company seal.

http://www.plchosted.com/multimedia/ima ... cution.pdf

Re: Anyone PR is Approved this month (April 2016)

sundaymorningstaple:
Boy, did they make a mistake giving you PR! :roll:

Re: Starting a Business - Questions about Common Seals and Stamps

Strong Eagle:
That's the UK... I thought you were talking about Singapore?

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Hello,

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I am looking for friends who I can hangout with and know more about this city.

Re: 21M Chinese Canadian on internship @ NTU

oSooEun:
Hey,

I am from Toronto too. Just came Singapore 3 days ago.
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Re: Anyone PR is Approved this month (April 2016)

kokmeng:
Hi for EP152 form certification from employer, there's a note state that the certification from employer should not be issued more than 2 weeks prior to the application completing the permanent resident formalities . Does it mean that of my pr formalities on 12 August 2016, the letter should dated on 29 July or before ?

Hope to clarify thanks

Re: RE: Re: RE: Re: Starting a Business - Questions about Common Seals and Stamps

neoex11:
The reason is that the warranty have to be 10 years, which contract executed under hand is limit to 6 years, whereas deed executed under seal valid till 12 years.

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Can you give me a citation or reference for this, please?
http://www.designingbuildings.co.uk/wik ... under_hand

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Re: RE: Re: Starting a Business - Questions about Common Seals and Stamps

Strong Eagle:
The reason is that the warranty have to be 10 years, which contract executed under hand is limit to 6 years, whereas deed executed under seal valid till 12 years.

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Can you give me a citation or reference for this, please?

Re: RE: Re: Starting a Business - Questions about Common Seals and Stamps

neoex11:
Maybe you know something that I don't but I don't see that a seal, or lack of a seal, makes any difference whatsoever in the terms of the contract or its enforceability in the courts. In fact, I judge that only a very small set of contractual documents even need to have a signature to be enforceable.

E. Electronic Transactions Act

8.2.9 The Electronic Transactions Act (Cap 88, 1999 Rev Ed) (‘ETA’) clarifies that, except with respect to the requirement of writing or signatures in wills, negotiable instruments, indentures, declarations of trust or powers of attorney, contracts involving immovable property and documents of title (s 4(1)), electronic records may be used in expressing an offer or acceptance of an offer in contract formation (s 11). A declaration of intent between contracting parties may also be made in the form of an electronic record (s 12). The ETA also clarifies when an electronic record may be attributed to a particular person (s 13) and how the time and place of despatch and receipt of an electronic record are to be determined (s 15).

Maybe your buyer wants something that is chopped to look more "official" but as I read Singapore contract law, the absence of a chop in no way affects your obligations under the contractual promises you have made. Nor can I find any time frames that say a contract would be treated differently.

http://www.singaporelaw.sg/sglaw/laws-o ... /chapter-8
The reason is that the warranty have to be 10 years, which contract executed under hand is limit to 6 years, whereas deed executed under seal valid till 12 years.

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Re: Starting a Business - Questions about Common Seals and Stamps

Strong Eagle:
Maybe you know something that I don't but I don't see that a seal, or lack of a seal, makes any difference whatsoever in the terms of the contract or its enforceability in the courts. In fact, I judge that only a very small set of contractual documents even need to have a signature to be enforceable.

E. Electronic Transactions Act

8.2.9 The Electronic Transactions Act (Cap 88, 1999 Rev Ed) (‘ETA’) clarifies that, except with respect to the requirement of writing or signatures in wills, negotiable instruments, indentures, declarations of trust or powers of attorney, contracts involving immovable property and documents of title (s 4(1)), electronic records may be used in expressing an offer or acceptance of an offer in contract formation (s 11). A declaration of intent between contracting parties may also be made in the form of an electronic record (s 12). The ETA also clarifies when an electronic record may be attributed to a particular person (s 13) and how the time and place of despatch and receipt of an electronic record are to be determined (s 15).

Maybe your buyer wants something that is chopped to look more "official" but as I read Singapore contract law, the absence of a chop in no way affects your obligations under the contractual promises you have made. Nor can I find any time frames that say a contract would be treated differently.

http://www.singaporelaw.sg/sglaw/laws-o ... /chapter-8

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golfboy:
Hi

I just moved to Singapore 2 weeks ago. I am looking for some good tennis coaches around the central area. I am a beginner tennis player. I have not been playing for a while. Do you know where I can find good tennis coaches around the central area (Farrer Park) of Singapore?

Re: Closing a Pte Ltd

Strong Eagle:
As a side note, if I were auditing your financials, I'd find it extremely odd that your administrative expense exactly matched the cash you took in. That's a highly unusual circumstance and would suggest that the admin expense is a cooked up number. But, I doubt anyone would look very closely on a wind up, as long as the financials are in balance, and with the changes I have suggested, they will be.

Re: Closing a Pte Ltd

Strong Eagle:
You have made a one dollar error and your balance sheet is out of balance. Let’s start at the beginning.

You incorporate the company 9/9/2014. The balance sheet for 30/9/2014 (or as of 9/9) should look like this:


Debit: Cash: 1
Credit: Paid Up Capital: 1


Assets
Cash: 1

Net Worth
Paid Up Capital: 1
Total Liabilities and Net Worth 1

Now you have business activity for the rest of the year. Let’s take a look at your income statement for 2014. It looks like


Income: 7,970
Expense: 2,088
Net Profit: 5,882

But this is double entry bookkeeping… and therefore there must be corresponding balance sheet accounts affected. Since you have no liabilities, all your expenses must have been paid for in cash. And since there is no cash end of period, your journal entries must be:


Credit: Income: 7,970
Debit: Cash: 2,087
Debit: Receivables: 5,883
AND
Debit: Admin Expense: 2,088
Credit: Cash: 2,088


Assets
Cash: 0
Receivables: 5,883
Total Assets: 5,883

Liabilities: 0

Net Worth
Paid Up Capital: 1
Retained Earnings – current period: 5,882
Total Liabilities and Net Worth: 5,883

Using these numbers, your cash flow statement for 2014 is correct… you generated -$1 of cash after paying your admin expenses. You are using the indirect cash flow method. Under the direct method:


Cash from Operating Activity
Cash receipts from customers: 2,087
Cash paid for expenses: -2,088
Cash generated from operations: -1

Cash from Financing Activities
Sale of Shares: 1
Cash generated from financing: 1

Net Increase/Decrease Cash: 0

So… 2014 is OK… everything works. But your 2015 and 2016 reports do not work properly. You apparently converted 5,883 worth of receivables to cash, and then issued a dividend of 5,882. And now, your balance sheet is out of balance for 2015.

If you want a zero net worth account to wrap up the company (and you do), then your journal transactions should have been:


Debit: Cash: 5,883
Credit: Receivables: 5,883 (converting receivables to cash)
Credit: Cash: 5,883
Debit: Retained Earnings - Dividends Paid: 5,883


Assets
Cash: 0
Receivables: 0
Total Assets: 0

Liabilities: 0

Net Worth
Paid Up Capital: 1
Retained Earnings – Prior period: 5,882
Retained Earnings/Dividends paid – Current Period: -5,883
Total Liabilities and Net Worth: 0

And this changes your cash flow statement for 2015. You have that dollar unaccounted for.


Operating Activities: 0
Cash from Receivables: 5,883
Cash Paid in Dividends: 5,883
Net Increase/Decrease Cash: 0

Now you are in balance and can get rid of that stupid dollar.

In the alternative, you could issue yourself dividends for 5,882 but then you would have to leave $1 in your cash account to balance equity and assets, and then your company is not zeroed out and therefore you cannot wind it up.

Since you have already claimed a 5,882 dividend you can change expenses by a dollar, or revenue by a dollar and get an in balance set of books that way.