Prisilla Chong

Associate

T:    +6 03 7887 2702
F:    +6 03 7887 2703
E:    prisilla.chong@mahwengkwai.com

Prisilla graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from Cardiff University in Cardiff, Wales, in 2014 and completed her Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP) in 2015. She read in the Chambers of Sreenevasan Young and was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in January 2017.

Prisilla joined MahWengKwai & Associates as an Associate of the Dispute Resolution Practice Group in 2017. Her areas of practice include general litigation, corporate and commercial litigation, probate and administration of estate, land and construction disputes.

Career to date

2017    Associate, MahWengKwai & Associates

2017    Called to the Malaysian Bar

2016    Pupil-in-Chambers, Sreenevasan Young

Educational achievements

2015    Certificate of Legal Practice (CLP)

2014    Bachelor of Laws (Hons) Cardiff University

Particular litigation experience

Corporate and Commercial Litigations

  • Applying to Court for Mareva Injunction to prevent removal of assets, High Court
  • Applying to Court for Pre-action Discovery against directors of companies, High Court
  • Defending a director against alleged breach of director’s duties, High Court
  • Commenced winding-up proceedings against companies, High Court

Land and real Estate 

  • Applying for termination of co-proprietorship, High Court
  • Disputes arising from a clash of land titles in the Land Registry, High Court
  • Disputes arising from vendor’s refusal to execute sale and purchase agreement for land, High Court

Other Civil Matters

  • Opposing the application to set aside an Arbitration Award, Court of Appeal
  • Applying to Court for Grant of Probate and Letters of Administration, High Court
  • Applying to Court for Citation proceedings against co-administrators of an estate, High Court
  • Applying to Court for the removal of administrator of an estate for breach of fiduciary duties, High Court
  • Applying to Court for adoption of children, High Court