Did you know that when you file a claim in court, you (as the plaintiff) are not only expected to prove the defendant’s liability, but to also prove the losses suffered due to the defendant’s actions or conduct?
Rejection of goods can occur for many reasons. One of the most common reason is arguably consumer’s dissatisfaction with the quality of the goods. In this article, we will explore the possibility of rejecting a defective product by a consumer in Malaysia.
In this article, we will be dissecting the nitty gritty of social media group chats and how a defamation claim concerning (deleted) voice messages sent group chats can be mounted.
A further and better particulars application is covered by Order 18 rule 12(3) of the Rules of Court 2012. It is deemed to be one of the simpler interlocutory applications that is often handled by junior lawyers.
In the age of internet, most of us are inevitably roped into some group chats, be it on Facebook, WeChat, WhatsApp, Telegram or others. It could be to keep in touch with family members, colleagues, friends, or simply a group of people who share the same interests. What if someone in the group chat you are in posted an unsavoury comment targeting you? Can you sue for defamation?