Month: July 2020

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Land Law 101 – The Bidders and Purchasers War

What happens when two parties purchased the same property? Whose claim is stronger? Specifically and for example: a purchaser purchases a property from a property developer. At the same time, a bidder successfully bid for the property via an auction. In such a situation, who has rights/ claims over the property? This issue was dealt…
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July 24, 2020 0

If You are Discharged from A Crime, Does it Mean You are Innocent?

If a person is discharged by the court for a crime they allegedly committed, does that mean that the person is innocent? Can the prosecution recharge him? In short, no, a person is not automatically innocent, and yes, he can be recharge for the crime he allegedly committed. Below is a snippet on this issue.…
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July 16, 2020 0

Conducting Trials Online During Covid-19. Yay or Nay?

Covid-19 has, at some point in time, but the world to a standstill. With no end in sight (yet), business and government bodies have little to no choice but to put on their creative hats and find alternate ways to continue to operate. The legal system in Malaysia is no exception– trials are finally being…
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July 1, 2020 0