Marlysa Abdul Razak

Associate

T:    +6 03 7887 2702
F:    +6 03 7887 2703
E:    marlysa.razak@mahwengkwai.com

Marlysa Razak graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from the University Teknologi MARA (UiTM) in 2015. She read in the Chambers of  Messrs Richard Wee & Yip and was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in January 2016.

Marlysa commenced her legal career as an associate in MahwengKwai & Associates since October 2016.

Marlysa’s primary areas of practice are general litigation, corporate and commercial litigations, contractual disputes, tortious actions, tenancy disputes, wills, probate and administration of estates. Marlysa is also comfortable and interest in the area of Law of Carriage, Trade and Logistics and aims to develop herself in becoming a reputable and well-versed advocate in the area.

Career to date

2016    Associate, MahWengKwai & Associates

2016    Associate, Richard Wee & Yip

2015    Pupil-in-Chambers, Richard Wee & Yip

2013    Attachment Student, Hafarizam, Wan & Aisha Mubarak

Educational achievements

2015    Bachelor of Laws (Hons) (Universiti Teknologi MARA, UiTM) (Honours Second Class Upper)

2014    Bachelor in Legal Studies (Hons) (Universiti Teknology MARA, UiTM) (Honours Second Class Upper)

Particular litigation experience

Civil matters

  • Judicial review against the State of Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus’s decision on acquisition of land in Port Dickson, Federal Court
  • Resisting a claim for setting aside of judgment in Default, Court of Appeal
  • Defending a claim for setting aside of Consent Judgment, High Court
  • Resisting a claim for stay of execution, High Court
  • Claim against tenant for non-payment of rent and double rental, Session Court
  • Recovery of outstanding debts for goods and services delivered, Magistrates Court, Sessions Court and High Court

Probate and Letter of Administration matters 

  • Application of Letter of Administration and defending against caveat lodged on the estate of the deceased, High Court

Corporate matters 

  • Review of a Player-Agent contract

Published article 

  • A-B-C of CAS published by the Kuala Lumpur Regional Center for Arbitration