Discharge of Bankruptcy Malaysian Working Overseas
If you have recently found out that you have been adjudged a bankrupt these are the facts you must be aware of:
1 You may have difficulties renewing your PASSPORT when it expires;
2 You can instruct us to handle… Continue reading
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS IN MALAYSIA
The government of Malaysia declared September 4, 2017 a public holiday following Malaysia’s outstanding performance at the 29th SEA Games. The Prime Minister was teasing the crowd, saying it was not easy to declare a public holiday. Many Malaysians… Continue reading
1. Traditionally your Pupil Master or your Pupil Mistress will enjoy the singular privilege to “ROBE” the pupil, is he or she coming or not coming?
2. If your parents are able… Continue reading
KTV August 2017
Having a light moment
5 Steps to Bankrupt Yourself vide a Housing Loan
Step 1: Buy a House and get a loan
A happy couple, our clients, Mr and Mrs… Continue reading
3 Reasons why you should NOT Extract Your Own Tooth
If you are reading this article, you are probably thinking about extracting that tooth of yours ALL by yourself…
A quick search on the internet revealed a few tricks, one of them is to google these words… Continue reading
Social Guarantor Cannot be Made a Bankrutpt In New Amendment
Social Guarantor can no longer be made a bankrupt under the new Bankruptcy (now Insolvency) Act. The bill was passed in Parliament but the implementation date of the Act has not been fixed.
1 a wound up company and; 2 a company that has already ceased operation, retrenched all their workers.
Alex Chang & Co did these… Continue reading
Write Off and Save Our Clients RM74 million of Damages Awarded By the Courts
LGB Engineering v Saiful Rais and Ors
“Lawyers were notorious for finding cases in the most unlikely places, especially ones with huge potential damages awards.” ― Jodi Picoult, Handle with Care
74 Million Ringgit… Continue reading
Foreigner Suppliers’ Risks in Selling Goods On Credit to Malaysia 赊销货到马来西亚的风险
As a foreign supplier do you know what is the type of company or business you are dealing with when you supply to Malaysia, do you know the legal system?
TYPES OF COMPANIES AND BUSINESSES
There is… Continue reading
Lawyers there are many types.
We need the type that finds us a solution to our problems, shows us light at the end of the tunnel, warns us that there is a looming danger of a head on collision. Alex… Continue reading
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YOU HAVE A NON PAYING OVERSTAYING TENANT We as your lawyer have the expertise and the right solution for you to recover the rent and to evict him.
The greatest fears of a landlord that his tenants are not paying him. The second… Continue reading
How to Put Your Debtors Behind Bars Jail Time
How do you get “assurance” that when the court makes an order, you can get paid?
At times when the debtors do not… Continue reading
The Companies Bill 2015 of Malaysia
This Act comes into operation on a date to be appointed by the Minister by notification in the Gazette and the Minister may appoint different dates for the coming into operation of different provisions of this Act…
When this Act comes into force as… Continue reading
The 7 steps in Divorce Proceedings by a Single Party
1 In Malaysia, divorce of non-Muslim is governed by the Law Reform (Marriage and Divorce) Act 1976 (LRA 1976). LRA 1976 states that a Malaysian High Court can only grant a decree nisi or decree of judicial separation… Continue reading
Understanding Child Custody & Guardianship of Infants in Malaysia 1 The meaning of child custody is silent. Both in the Guardianship of Infant Act 1961 (GIA) and the Law Reform (Marriage and Divorce) Act 1976 (LRA). There are three types of custody which includes legal custody, physical custody and… Continue reading
Sabah Limitation Ordinance 1952 Malaysia
In Sabah there exist a special ordinance governing the limitation period of various actions, the time limit is very different from the provisions in West Malaysia. One of the significant difference is that to take legal action to recover a debt in Sabah, the… Continue reading
Rotary District 3300, Group 10 Joint Clubs Meeting
Date May 9, 2016 (Monday) Time 6.30p.m- 10.30p.m Venue Shangri-la Hotel, 11 Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, 50250, Malaysia
Speaker of the Evening The Honourable Mr Justice Dato MAH… Continue reading
Norarifa A Rahman 诺阿里花 A 拉曼
1. My journey in Alex Chang & Co started in March 2015. I was placed under the assessed mini-pupillage programme. Fortunately, both of us were in consensus ad idem and the rest is history.
1. 我在张大律师事务所（Alex Chang& Co）的实习律师生涯始于2015年3月。我被安排度过了一段短期的实习律师试用期考核。幸运的是，我与我的 师傅达到了共识，于是我就顺利的成为张大律师的门徒。
2.… Continue reading
Free Advice Over the Phone
Generally we do not provide legal advice over the phone. We maintain a simple policy that we advice clients in a face to face meeting.
This policy is inline with the guidelines given to us to identify the clients we are dealing with and… Continue reading
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This Act may be cited as the Societies Act 1966,
and shall, subject to subsection (2) of this section, come into force on such date as the Minister may by notification in the Gazette appoint, such date not being earlier than that on which the notification is published.
Must I obtain a Judgment BEFORE filing a winding up petition against my debtors?
This is one of the most frequently asked questions. A short answer is no. The provision of section 218 of the Companies Act 1965 and the new sections 466… Continue reading