Debt Recovery/ Collection In Malaysia
Do it within six months…. The legal process in Malaysia is that Cases generally takes at least up to a year to be heard from the time that you file the matter in court. After getting heard (after the hearing), you will then need to obtain a Judgment.
After getting a judgment, you need to execute the judgment.
WHO MOVED MY MONEY? Your debtors…
“谁动了我的钱？你的债务人。。。”／”WHO MOVED MY MONEY？Your debtors……”
In one the following cases you will find that in FW V Suitech the Provisional Liquidator was appointed in November 2007 and the Company was wound up in January 2008 (see also Pay up or Wind Up) the whole process took about 3 months:
在以下的一个案件案件，你会发现，在FW V Suitech，临时清盘人被任命于2007年11月，
These are the brand new cases published in 2008 (reported Back to Back):
FW Industries v Suitech (the Original grounds written by the learned Judge Hishamudin, published in the Current Law Journal:  3 CLJ 210
FW Industries v Suitech （原先的判决理由是由提沙姆丁（Hishamudin）
PECD V FREEHOLD (the original grounds written by the learned Judge, now Judge of the Court of Appeal Dato Vincent Ng, published in the Current Law Journal:
 3 CLJ 215
PECD V FREEHOLD（原先的判决由上诉法庭法官拿督文森特（
Visit Current Law Journal www.cljlaw.com to download a copy of the actual report.