PETALING JAYA: The 1MDB group has made an application to the High Court to sell the RM1 billion luxury yacht Equanimity which is currently under Malaysian custody.
LETTER | The Equanimity is a yacht registered in Cayman Islands and owned by an offshore Cayman Islands company called Equanimity Cayman Ltd. She was managed by Wilson Yacht Management Ltd, UK.
AUGUST 22 — The old government had granted various multi-billion dollar contracts, on terms probably more favourable to the contractor than to the government of Malaysia. This includes HSR, ECRL, Exchange Tower 106, TRX and Bandar Malaysia contracts.
THE old government had granted various multi-billion dollar contracts, on terms probably more favourable to the contractor than to Malaysia. This includes the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail, East Coast Rail Link, Exchange Tower 106, Tun Razak Exchange, and Bandar Malaysia contracts.
Courts & Crime News -He appeared before a court only 29 days after his arrest, later than what the Constitution requires.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
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Today’s High Court ruling will allow a Singaporean illegally detained to sue for damages later, his lawyer says. KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court today declared that the immigration department’s detention of a Singaporean man for 29 days three years ago was unlawful.
Wong Chun Khuen was detained by immigration authorities for harbouring illegals but was not produced before a magistrate.
Justice Datuk Dr Hamid Sultan Abu Backer, a judge of the Court of Appeal Malaysia, an adjunct professor in many universities locally and abroad and a renowned international jurist, introduced an innovative concept of dispute resolution to cater for the poor, needy and oppressed, called University cum Court Annexed Arbitration in 2017.
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 30): The High Court today ordered the Works Minister, the de-facto Law Minister and government to be defendants in a suit brought by contractor Mega Sasa Sdn Bhd against the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC), its director Vinayak Pradhan, Kinta Bakti Sdn Bhd and one Soh Lieh Sieng.