Malaysian Court Practice, Rules of Court 2012, Desk Edition 2019 (E-book)

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Malaysian Court Practice, Rules of Court 2012, Desk Edition 2019 (E-book)  By Lim Wei jiet; Abraham Au

Author Abraham Au and Lim Wei Jiet
Publication Date 02 May, 2019
ISBN 9789674009243
Format E-book
Publisher LexisNexis

 

The Malaysian Court Practice (Trial Courts) 2022 is a thorough provision-by-provision annotation on the most recent legislative and judicial declarations up to a March 2022 cut-off date.

The MCP Trial Courts 2019 contains a full provision-by-provision annotation on the most recent legislative and court declarations up to a cut-off date of December 31, 2018. The updates include annotated analyses of amendments made to the Rules of Court 2012 via Rules of Court (Amendment) 2018 (PU (A) 24/2018) cif 1 March 2018 and Rules of Court (Amendment) (No. 2) 2018 (PU (A) 126/2018) cif 25 Apr 2018, as well as practise and procedure under the new Companies Act 2016 and renamed Insolvency Act 1967.

Landmark judicial pronouncements (with an emphasis on Court of Appeal and Federal Court decisions) in 2018 are inoculated to reflect the most recent position in commonly applicable Rules of Court provisions, such as the granting of injunctions, amendment applications, judicial review applications, and the court's inherent jurisdiction in preventing injustice.

CONTENTS of Malaysian Court Practice, Rules of Court 2012

Volume 1
Table of Cases
Table of Legislation
Table of Subsidiary Legislation
Table of Foreign Legislation
Table of Treaties, Conventions, etc.
Annotations of Orders 1 - 49
Index

Volume 2
Table of Cases
Table of Legislation
Table of Subsidiary Legislation
Table of Foreign Legislation
Table of Treaties, Conventions, etc.
Annotations of Orders 50 - 94
Appendix A - Forms
Appendix B1 - High Court Fees
Appendix B3 - Subordinate Court Fees
Appendix C - List of Exempted Laws

About the Author:

Abraham Au received an LL.B (Hons) degree from the University of Malaya, as well as the Rajasooria Book Prize for being the finest all-round graduate of the Faculty of Law. He focuses in civil litigation, both at trial and on appeal. Since July 2018, he has been a partner in GS Nijar Advocates, the newly established firm of Dato' Dr Gurdial Singh Nijar (retired Professor at the University of Malaya, Senior Counsel with over 30 years of experience, and a notable figure in high-profile public interest issues).

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