Debt recovery in Malaysia requruires special knowledge and know how. The operators (lawyers) in this case must be very well versed in the local acts of parliament and rules of courts.
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1. The matter, although contested, was heard and settled within two (2) months from the date of filing of the Companies Winding Up… Continue reading
How will the Judicial Manager and Corporate Voluntary Arrangement affect the Recovery of your Million Dollars Debts as an Unsecured Creditors
Seminar Programme Outline 1 Corporate Insolvency & Recovery as an Unsecured Creditors under the… Continue reading
Definition of Writ of Seizure and Sale
The Writ of Seizure and Sale (WSS) is what we regard as the most effective mode for the enforcement of a money judgment.
The writ is a direction… Continue reading
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
1 An application for a summary judgment in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is a civil procedure under the Rules of Court 2012 (hereinafter the “ROC”) to expedite an action begun by a Writ of… Continue reading
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
Compulsory winding-up insolvency liquidation in Malaysia is pursuant to section 218 of the Act.
It is a legal process by which the Official Receiver, now known as the Director General of Insolvency or a liquidator is appointed by an order of the court to ‘wind up’… Continue reading