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26 Sep 2018
MALAYSIAGENERAL & MISCNEWS
SME Mart to assist Entrepreneurs Market Products Overseas
SHAH ALAM, Sept 24 (Bernama) - SME Mart, an initiative introduced by Dewan Ekonomi Usahawan Malaysia (DEUM) will serve as a platform for Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) entrepreneurs to sell their products on both the local and international market.
MALAYSIACONTRACTS & COMMERCIALNEWS
Ban on Sale of Sri Saga Juice Products
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 24 (Bernama) - The Health Ministry has ordered an immediate ban on the sale of Al Sunnah Juice, Al Sunnah Gold Juice and Penawar Juice marketed by Sri Saga Marketing S/B company as the products could be detrimental to health.
MALAYSIAGENERAL & MISCNEWS
Two Men with PR Status fined for harbouring Illegal Immigrants
TELUK INTAN, Sept 25 (Bernama) - Two Indonesian men with permanent resident (PR) status were fined RM60,000 in default six months' jail each by the Special Court for illegal immigrants here today for harbouring 12 illegal immigrants.
MALAYSIAGENERAL & MISCNEWS
Company fined RM150,000 for selling Subsidized Fertiliser illegally
MUAR, Sept 25 (Bernama) - A Sessions Court today fined a company RM150,000 for selling government subsidised fertiliser without a valid wholesale licence between March and May.
MALAYSIAEMPLOYMENT & LABOUR LAWNEWS
Employers to bear Full Levy Payment for Foreign Workers
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 25 (Bernama) - The government has decided to retain the previous levy payment structure for foreign workers, with employers bearing the full cost. Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said the decision was made following complaints from foreign workers and trade unions ...
MALAYSIAGENERAL & MISCNEWS
'Abang Is' fined RM16,000 for Unlawful Possession of Foreign Passports
SEPANG, Sept 25 (Bernama) - A businessman known as 'Abang Is' among foreign workers was fined RM16,000 by the Sessions Court here today after he pleaded guilty to two counts of holding 269 passports without lawful authority.
MALAYSIACONSTITUTIONAL LAW & CIVIL RIGHTSNEWS
Fundamental Freedoms must be aligned with International Standards - Dewan Rakyat Speaker
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 25 (Bernama) - Parliamentarians have to ensure that the Federal Constitution and laws relating to freedom of expression, access to information and press freedom are in line with international human right standards, said Dewan Rakyat Speaker Datuk Mohamad Ariff ...
MALAYSIAADMINISTRATIVE LAWJUDGMENTS
Mohan A/L Lachumanan v Timbalan Pengerusi Lembaga Pencegahan Jenayah and 2 Others (Malay)
Administrative law – Judicial review against the decision of the Criminal Prevention Board – Whether there was non-compliance of procedures under section 9 and section 6 of the Prevention of Crime Act 1959 – Whether there was a contravention of the provisions of section 7 of the ...
MALAYSIACRIMINAL LAWJUDGMENTS
Jaafar Bin Ngamil v Pendakwa Raya (Malay)
Criminal law – Murder – Conviction – Death sentence – Appeal – Whether there was an absence of intention to kill
MALAYSIAEMPLOYMENT & LABOUR LAWJUDGMENTS
Kesatuan Pekerja-Pekerja Parkroyal Kuala Lumpur v Grand Elite Sdn Bhd (Parkroyal Kuala Lumpur)
Date: 14 Sep 2018; Court: Industrial Court; Citation: Award No. 2197 of 2018; Source: Industrial Court
MALAYSIALITIGATION & COURT PROCEDUREJUDGMENTS
International Construction and Civil Engineering Sdn Bhd v Jittra Sdn Bhd and 2 Others
Litigation andamp; court procedure – Notice of motion seeking to stay a civil suit pending the disposal of a winding-up petition which was subsequently filed after the civil suit under section 44 of the Courts of Judicature Act 1964 as well as the inherent jurisdiction of the co ...
MALAYSIALITIGATION & COURT PROCEDUREJUDGMENTS
Dato' Haji Muhammad Bin Hamzah v RHB Bank Berhad
Litigation andamp; court procedure – Limitation – Whether the plaintiff is barred from proceeding with the auction under section 21(1) of the Limitation Act
MALAYSIACORPORATE LAWJUDGMENTS
Redmax Sdn Bhd v PSI Incontrol Sdn Bhd
Corporate insolvency – Winding Up – Whether the debt disputed – Whether the respondent a creditor within the meaning of section 218(2) of the Companies Act – Whether the respondent entitled to present the winding up petition
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