Tuesday, 13 September 2016

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Malaysia-Role and Scope of the Bar Council Conveyancing Practice Committee

Role and Scope of the Bar Council Conveyancing Practice Committee





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Circular No 202/2016
Dated 13 Sept 2016
To Members of the Malaysian Bar
Role and Scope of the Bar Council Conveyancing Practice Committee
Pursuant to section 57(b) of the Legal Profession Act 1976, the Bar Council is empowered to answer questions affecting the practice and etiquette of the profession, and the conduct of Members of the Bar.  The Bar Council Conveyancing Practice Committee ("CPC") was set up to address and deliberate issues and queries relating to conveyancing practice raised by Members as well as the public.
CPC continues to receive numerous letters seeking advice or requesting legal opinions, including queries not relating to conveyancing practice.  Therefore, CPC would like to explain its role and scope so that Members are better informed about the work of CPC and the matters that fall within its purview.
CPC endeavours to provide advice and / or render views, only in matters pertaining to conveyancing practice, and the conduct of advocates and solicitors relating to conveyancing practice.
Please take note that all advice or views expressed by CPC:
(1) do not constitute legal advice;
(2) are based on general conveyancing practice in Peninsular Malaysia;
(3) are strictly for the information of the enquirer to whom they are addressed; and
(4) shall not be reproduced in any form, or extended to any other party, or used in any court proceedings, without the express written consent of the Bar Council.
CPC will not entertain, or express / give any view, opinion or advice, on a matter:
(1) that is submitted anonymously or as a copy to the Bar Council or CPC;
(2) that is in the form of a hypothetical question or situation (ie where no facts or actual circumstances are given);
(3) where the facts and / or issues of law are in dispute;
(4) where there is a pending court case, or a police report has been lodged, in relation to the matter; or
(5) that is clearly a complaint regarding the conduct of an advocate and solicitor (whether in practice or otherwise) or a pupil in chambers, where CPC is of the view the complaint ought to be referred to the Advocates and Solicitors Disciplinary Board.
Should you have any enquiries, please contact Chuah Ying Ying, Executive Officer, by telephone at 03-2050 2106 or by email at yingying@malaysianbar.org.my.
Thank you.
Roger Tan Kor Mee and Low Beng Choo
Co-Chairpersons
Conveyancing Practice Committee

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Malaysia-Survey | Awareness of the Competition Act 2010 and the Role of the Malaysia Competition Commission in Malaysia

Survey | Awareness of the Competition Act 2010 and the Role of the Malaysia Competition Commission in Malaysia






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Circular No 201/2016
Dated 13 Sept 2016

To Members of the Malaysian Bar

Survey | Awareness of the Competition Act 2010 and the Role of the Malaysia Competition Commission in Malaysia
The Malaysia Competition Commission ("MyCC') is conducting a survey regarding the awareness and perception of stakeholders in respect of the Competition Act 2010 ("CA2010") and the role of the MyCC in Malaysia.

The objective of this survey is to assist the MyCC to examine the types of advocacy and outreach programmes required, and the best mode of communication to reach out to all stakeholders in future.  In this regard, they have invited the Malaysian Bar to participate in the survey.

Therefore, we request Members of the Malaysian Bar to participate in this survey by clicking here to respond to the questionnaire, which should take no more than 30 minutes to complete.

Please note that the deadline to complete this survey is 15 Sept 2016 (Thursday).

Should you have any enquiries, please contact Dr Yuvaraj Ganesan, Joint Researcher, at y_raj79@yahoo.com, or Shashaa Sankaran, Research Assistant, at shaperwira@yahoo.com.

Thank you.
Jeremiah Gurusamy and Wong Tat Chung
Co-Chairpersons 
Corporate and Commercial Law Committee
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Malaysia-Course on Handling Financial Experts in Court (11 to 13 Nov 2016)

Course on Handling Financial Experts in Court (11 to 13 Nov 2016)





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