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The 26th Sultan Azlan Shah Law Lecture was delivered by Lord David Pannick, QC entitled “Scandalising the judiciary: criticism of judges and the law of contempt” on 5 September 2012 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel to a crowd of approximately 1,000 people from the legal fraternity.

The petitioners applied under section 308(5) of the Companies Act 1965 to have the name of the company restored to the register. The name of the company had been struck off the register by the respondent for the failure to file its annual returns since 1999. Although the application …

The learned Senior Assistant Registrar (SAR) had granted 8% interest rate on the amended order from assessment of damages. The execution debtor (‘ED’) was ordered by the registrar to pay the sum of RM 2,000,000 being the loss on the value of the execution creditor’s property to the executive …

By a letter of award dated 4.4.1998 (‘contract’), the defendant appointed the plaintiff as its contractor to supply, deliver and install furniture for the hotel rooms and corridors of the defendant’s hotel known as Goldcourse Hotel Resort (‘hotel’). The defendant had in its counterclaim claimed that …

The Government of India and Cairn Energy Indian Pty Ltd entered into an oil and gas joint venture, ie. a Production Sharing Contract (“PSC”). The PSC was governed by Indian law while the arbitration agreement was governed by English law. The arbitration proceedings were to be governed …

By a letter of award dated 4.4.1998 (‘contract’), the defendant appointed the plaintiff as its contractor to supply, deliver and install furniture for the hotel rooms and corridors of the defendant’s hotel known as Goldcourse Hotel Resort (‘hotel’). The defendant had in its counterclaim claimed that …

There are 3 applications before me, enclosure (5) is in respect of the plaintiff’s application for a Mareva injunction against the defendant; enclosure (14) is in respect of the defendant’s application to set-aside the ex parte Mareva injunction obtained by the plaintiff against the defendant …

The plaintiff and defendant entered into a construction contract for a sum of RM56,586,000. Pursuant to the contract, the plaintiff provided the defendant with a bank guarantee of RM4,895,160.00 for the design of the works. On 30 June 2003, the plaintiff received a letter from the bank informing …

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