Bullen & Leake & Jacobs Malaysian Precedents Of Pleadings, Third Edition | 2023 (E-BOOK)

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Bullen & Leake & Jacobs Malaysian Precedents Of Pleadings, Third Edition | 2023

Author Nallini Pathmanathan (General Editor) and a team of expert contributors
Publication Date Oct 2023
ISBN 9786297527406
Format E-Book
Publisher Sweet & Maxwell


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This homegrown encyclopaedia provides an extensive compendium of precedents to facilitate the creation of pleadings and other associated court documents that are thorough and sound since proper pleadings are the foundation of a successful claim presented to court. Each issue starts with a commentary that gives a brief explanation of the essential legal principles and, where appropriate, explicit instructions on how to plead. The thorough comprehension of the relevant law provided by the commentaries significantly improves the drafting process based on the vast number of precedents available in the publication.

The commentary has been updated in this edition to reflect changes in legislation and case law, and where necessary, the precedents have been changed. Four additional themes have been added to the list of topics covered, including Economic Torts, Landlord and Tenant, Sabah and Sarawak Limitation Ordinances, and Native Customary Rights.

This publication, which was based on the renowned UK Bullen & Leake & Jacob's Precedents of Pleadings, has become the first source of information for civil practitioners when drafting pleadings. It is unquestionably the most sought-after handbook on pleading for all Malaysian practitioners and contains the combined wisdom of more than 50 experienced practitioners from both mainstream and specialty areas of practise.

If you need a trustworthy and well-written sample precedent for a statement of claim, defence, reply, affidavit-in-support, consent order, or other court document required for your conduct of a case in court, look no further than Bullen & Leake & Jacob's Malaysian Precedents of Pleadings.

Key Features of Malaysian Precedents Of Pleadings, Third Edition:

-Introduced are four new legal fields.
-Precedents of the highest calibre, upon which one can confidently rely.
-Short remarks that can be used as a fast review on the relevant legal ideas.
-Expert advice given by knowledgeable practitioners.
-Revised and updated to reflect recent changes in the law.

Table of Contents of Bullen & Leake & Jacobs Malaysian Precedents Of Pleadings, Third Edition

  1. Intro to Pleadings
  2. Admiralty
  3. Assault and Battery
  4. Banking
  5. Carriage by Air
  6. Carriage by Land
  7. Carriage by Sea
  8. Companies & Securities
  9. Construction
  10. Corporate Insolvency
  11. Defamation
  12. Employment 
  13. Entertainment
  14. Environment
  15. Family 
  16. Goods and Services
  17. Insurance
  18. Land Disputes
  19. Misrepresentation
  20. Money & Restitution
  21. Muamalat Facilities Recovery
  22. Particular Pleas
  23. Personal Injury and Fatal Accidents
  24. Professional Negligence
  25. Remedies
  26. Settlement
  27. Software & Information Technology
  28. Arbitration 
  29. Aviation
  30. Competition Law
  31. Data Protection
  32. Intellectual Property 
  33. Judicial Review
  34. Online Contracts and Domain Name Disputes
  35. Road Traffic
  36. Economic Torts
  37. Landlord and Tenant
  38. Native Customary Rights
  39. Limitation Ordinances of Sabah and Sarawak

About General Editor of Malaysian Precedents Of Pleadings, Third Edition:

In 2018, Justice Nallini Pathmanathan was elevated to the position of judge on the Federal Court. After a successful career in legal practise, she was called to join the bench in 2007. She practised in a variety of areas, including family, labour and employment, administrative law, banking, insolvency, and medical negligence. Justice Nallini served as a commercial judge and then an admiralty judge at the High Court of Malaya. She worked mostly in the area of commercial law at the Court of Appeal from 2014 to 2018.
The President of The Middle Temple Alumni Association of Malaysia is Justice Nallini, a Bencher of The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple. She earned her mediation certification and became a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in 2006. Currently serving on the Judicial Appointments Commission is Justice Nallini.
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