A transfer of legal proceedings under Order 57 Rule 1(3) of the Rules of Court 2012 seems to be pretty straightforward. But who actually has the authority to transfer proceedings between subordinate courts of uncoordinated jurisdiction?
You are elated! You managed to enter a judgment against a company to recover millions of dollars. So, now, you are flipping pages, shopping for options to enforce the said judgment – writ of seizure and sale or garnishee proceedings? Then, suddenly, you received an email from your lawyer:-
The rule against self-dealing and the upholding of fiduciary duties are some of the more fundamental aspects of company law. The sole purpose of these principles is to uphold the golden rule – that the “interests of the company must be protected”.
Picture this scenario. You are the registered owner of a piece of land and you have been involved in lengthy High Court proceedings pertaining to the said land. Finally, proceedings come to an end and you find that a court judgment has been entered against you.
The rule of law emphasizes the notion that no one is above the law. Regardless of one’s social, economic, political affiliation and social status, the truth of the matter is everyone is subjected to the law.
Execution of judgment against State Government can be a tedious process. Let us break it down for you in this infographic!
For shareholders of AirAsia Group Berhad (“AAG”) or AirAsia X Berhad (“AAX”), share prices in early February, 2020 has not been the most favourable a sight as they plummet to one of the lowest points since mid-2016.
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