The Do’s and Don’ts of a Company Director, Duty of Company Director, Company

The Do’s and Don’ts of a Company Director

Congratulations, you have just been appointed as a director of a company! Now that you are one, ever wonder what can you do and what you can’t? With great power comes great responsibility. Being a company director comes with all the glamour and perks, but so does responsibilities. Let us help you navigate through the Read more about The Do’s and Don’ts of a Company Director[…]

Winding up 101, Dissolution of Company Malaysia, Company Law

Winding Up 101

Learn about the different types of winding up in Malaysia and the general procedures involved in each type of winding up. Winding up is a term used to describe the process of closing down or dissolving a company. The winding up activity includes selling all assets, paying off creditors, and distributing the remaining assets to Read more about Winding Up 101[…]

Wholesale Retail Trade (WRT) License, SME, Retail, Commercial

Wholesale Retail Trade (WRT) License

A general overview to the Wholesale Retail Trade (WRT) License along with a checklist of the documents you will need for WRT license application. WHAT IS A WRT LICENSE?  A Wholesale Retail Trade (WRT) license a business license applicable to foreign-owned company intending to engage in distributive trade services in Malaysia. A foreign-owned company is Read more about Wholesale Retail Trade (WRT) License[…]

Work Visa

Malaysia Guide: Work Visa

Planning to work in Malaysia? Below is a brief introduction of the of the more common work visas that an individual can apply in order to work in Malaysia. Work visa, also known as work permit or employment pass, is a necessary legal document for any foreign nationals who wishes to work in Malaysia. According Read more about Malaysia Guide: Work Visa[…]

Statutory Documents post Companies Act 2016

A general observation on the changes made in the statutory documents in the Malaysian Companies Act. The previous Companies Act, i.e. Companies Act 1965 (“the 1965 Act”) was replaced by the current Companies Act 2016 (“the 2016 Act”) which came into force on the 31st of January, 2017. The changes were made to simplify a Read more about Statutory Documents post Companies Act 2016[…]

Wills, Probate, Letter of Administration, The 101 on Wills in Malaysia

The 101 on Wills in Malaysia

Do you have a will? If you don’t currently have one, your loved ones may not receive the assets you intended to leave them in the event of your death. Here are some information on wills that you may want to read up on. WHAT IS A WILL? A will is a document that sets forth your Read more about The 101 on Wills in Malaysia[…]

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Prosedur Perceraian Fasakh di Malaysia

Baru-baru ini, saya ada menerima panggilan telefon daripada seorang wanita yang berhasrat untuk menuntut perceraian secara fasakh dengan suaminya. Sebelum wanita itu meneruskan sesi perbualan, saya bertanya sama ada suaminya telah melafazkan cerai kepadanya. “Belum” jawab wanita itu ringkas. “Kenapa tidak bercerai secara baik” saya menyoal lagi. Wanita tersebut menjawab “Dia tidak mahu ceraikan saya Read more about Prosedur Perceraian Fasakh di Malaysia[…]

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Perceraian dalam Islam di Malaysia

Perceraian merupakan jalan dan langkah terakhir bagi menyelesaikan masalah rumahtangga. Kajian mendapati kebanyakan perkahwinan kali pertama yang berakhir dengan perceraian adalah dalam tempoh 5 tahun dan ke bawah iaitu, tempoh perkahwinan yang dianggap masih dalam proses perkenalan antara pasangan dan belum matang sepenuhnya. Perceraian dalam Islam di Malaysia tidak hanya berkisar mengenai talaq. Terdapat beberapa jenis Read more about Perceraian dalam Islam di Malaysia[…]

divorce, divorce in malaysia, contested divorce in malaysia

Contested Divorce? Here’s what you need to know.

Contested Divorce Malaysia also known as a Single Petiton You can use the following link to:           Generally, a petition for divorce may be done after two years of marriage unless there is an exceptional of hardship suffered by the Petitioner in which we will elaborate further below. On the side note, Read more about Contested Divorce? Here’s what you need to know.[…]

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