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SSM Practice Note on Rectification of Documents lodged with the Companies Commission
 
The accuracy of information contained in documents submitted to the Registrar is important to ensure that public reliance on such information is not compromised. As such, any person lodging documents with the Registrar must ensure that the information lodged is accurate and not misleading. This Practice Note (No. 13 of 2011 of Companies Commission of Malaysia) serves to clarify the circumstances and procedures in which documents that have been lodged and registered with the Companies Commission
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Consumer Unhappy over Extra Payment for Holiday
JOHOR BARU: A consumer claims tribunal president reminded consumers to always read documents carefully before signing them to avoid any confusion.
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SC reprimands Mulpha Board of Directors
PETALING JAYA: The Securities Commission (SC) has reprimanded Mulpha International Bhd's board of directors for failure to ensure that information in a 2010 prospectus was disclosed in “a full and true manner”. ...
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MYCC to investigate if AirAsia-MAS Share Swap has made Airfares go up
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysia Competition Commission (MYCC) wants AirAsia Bhd and Malaysia Airlines (MAS) to provide more information and documents regarding their share swap agreement to find out if it could pot ...
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Consumer Claims Tribunal resolves over 8,400 Claims
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 25 (Bernama) - Consumer Claims Tribunal Malaysia (TTPM) resolved 8,478 claims in the first ten months of the year, said Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry on its website.
Company Director convicted under Companies Act
The director of Golden Rome Sdn Bhd namely Thang Ying Tiong was found guilty under section 132(1) of the Companies Act 1965 for using another company TYT Resources Sdn Bhd to recover debts owed to Golden Rome Sdn Bhd and had subsequently used t...
CCM introduces Limited Liability Partnership as New Business Vehicle
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec22 (Bernama) -- The Companies Commission of Malaysia has introduced a new business vehicle called the limited liability partnership (LLP) as an alternative for businessmen to conduct business. The Limited Liability Partnership B...
 
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Companies (Prescribed Interest) Regulations 2011
P. U. (A) 372/2011; 14 November 2011
State of Sabah (Extension and Modification of the Second-Hand Dealers Act 1946) Order 2011
P.U. (A) 234/2011; 11 July 2011: The Order, which takes effect on 12 July 2011, extends the Second-Hand Dealers Act as modified to the State of Sabah.
State of Sarawak (Extension and Modification of the Second-Hand Dealers Act 1946) Order 2011
P.U. (A) 233/2011; 11 July 2011: The Order, which takes effect on 12 July 2011, extends the Second-Hand Dealers Act as modified to the State of Sarawak.
 
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Principles of Contract Law
Thomson Reuters Australia; Paterson, Robertson and Duke
All Hung Up
Articles of Law by Bhag Singh
Rowlatt on Principal and Surety
Sweet and Maxwell Ltd; David Marks and Gabriel Moss
 
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Federal Court: Primus (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd v Rin Kei Mei & 12 Others
Company law – Winding up – Section 181 of the Companies Act
Court of Appeal: Desa Samudra Sdn Bhd v Bandar Teknik Sdn Bhd
Real Estate and property - Commercial law - Company law - Tort of conversion and trespass to goods
High Court: Kimbokaya Sdn Bhd v Junior Apparel Enterprise Sdn Bhd
Commercial law - Contract - Termination clause - Whether an agreement with a termination clause allows either party to terminate by giving reasonable notice
 
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SC releases Eligibility Requirements for Private Retirement Scheme Providers
The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) has finalised the eligibility requirements for private retirement scheme (PRS) providers and eligible firms can now make submissions to be approved as PRS providers. The recent enactment of the Capital Mar...
IRB Public Ruling on Tax Treatment of a Co-Operative Society
Inland Revenue Board Malaysia has issued a public ruling (IRB Public Ruling No. 9/2011) on tax treatment of a co-operative society registered in Malaysia.
SC invites Comments on Independent Chairman and Poll Voting
The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) has published a consultation paper seeking public feedback on independent chairman and poll voting. The paper is intended to generate discussion and obtain views from the public in respect of the followin...
 
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MKMS launches New Look MLTIC Web Cluster
15 July 2011: Muttath KM Services (MKMS) has re-launched Malaysian Legal and Tax Information Centre (MLTIC), a Free Access to Law cluster of portals on Malaysian law and tax, with several enhanced features and a new look. The new web cluster, wh...
 
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