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Third Party Proceedings: When Is It Too Late?

Third Party Proceedings: When Is It Too Late?

by Rachel Chong Jia Wei

A defendant can bring third party proceedings against a third party to claim...[Read more...]

The Rights of Mortgagors & Mortgagees : A Brief Comparison of the position in UK & Malaysia

The Rights of Mortgagors & Mortgagees : A Brief Comparison of the position in UK & Malaysia

by Alliff Benjamin Suhaimi & Angelene Cheah

A mortgage is defined as “a conveyance of land…as a security for the payment of a debt or the discharge of some other obligations for which it is given.[Read more...]

Kicking out the Big Boss: Can the Removal of Directors Constitute Oppression under S346 of the Companies Act 2016?

Kicking out the Big Boss: Can the Removal of Directors Constitute Oppression under S346 of the Companies Act 2016?

by Rachel Ng Li Hui

The circumstances and remedies in connection to the oppression of shareholders are encapsulated in S346 of the Companies Act 2016, wherein:[Read more...]

Imputed Knowledge of Sleeping Directors:  Can They Really Sleep and Say That They Don’t know?

Imputed Knowledge of Sleeping Directors: Can They Really Sleep and Say That They Don’t know?

by Jason Cheong Kah Lok

Sleeping directors are commonly non-executive directors who attend periodic Board meetings, read management reports and pass resolutions or ...[Read more...]

Post Winding-Up Examination: The Curtains Ring Down, What Next?

Post Winding-Up Examination: The Curtains Ring Down, What Next?

by Voon Su Huei

Post winding-up examination is governed by two main provisions, namely section 502 and 503 of the Companies Act 2016 .[Read more...]

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