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.
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court yesterday ordered the works minister, the de facto law minister and the 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.
A contractor has filed an application in the High Court in Kuala Lumpur to cross-examine attorney-general Tommy Thomas in a constitutional challenge against the Construction Industry Payment and Adjudication (CIPA) Act 2012.
LETTER | The Limited Liability Partnership Act 2012 came into effect six years ago in Dec 2012. The legal profession is among three professions that are allowed to form limited liability partnerships. However, the Legal Profession Act 1976 (LPA) apparently needed to be amended to avail the LLP to lawyers. This has not been done.
JULY 3 — I refer to the letter written by Arun Kasi, and published in Malaysiakini with the headline “Lawyers call for the LLP Act to be implemented” on 2 July 2018.
KUALA LUMPUR: Lawyers are shocked by Attorney-General Tommy Thomas asking for a revamped Legal Profession Act 1976 (LPA) instead of seeking the tabling of the ready Limited Liability Partnership Act 2012 (LLP) amendments in Parliament, says advocate and solicitor Arun Kasi.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia Hindu Sangam (MHS) is barred from holding its annual general meeting (AGM) pending the disposal of a legal action brought by seven members.
KUALA LUMPUR: A Singaporean, who allegedly breached Malaysian immigration laws, has filed a criminal motion in the High Court here to set aside his conviction.
A Singaporean man, who is a retired teacher and a well-known musician, is suing Malaysia’s Immigration Department for RM2.67 million over his 37-day detention in an over-crowded and badly-maintained cell.
Kuala Lumpur—A 67-year-old Singaporean man is suing the Immigration Department of Malaysia for RM2.67 million (S$ 875,000) because of what he claims to have been “inhuman” treatment while he was jailed.