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206 former estate workers receive first part of compensation

The Sun Daily
June 10, 2018

KULIM: The 23-year wait by 206 former workers of Padang Meiha Estate finally ended when they received the first part of three compensations promised by the estate's former management.


206 bekas pekerja ladang terima pampasan pertama

Bernama
June 10, 2018

KULIM, 10 Jun (Bernama) -- Penantian 206 bekas pekerja estet Padang Meiha selama 23 tahun berakhir apabila menerima pampasan pertama daripada tiga pampasan yang dijanjikan bekas pengurusan ladang.


Penantian lebih 23 tahun berakhir

Sinar Harian
June 10, 2018

KULIM - Penantian 187 bekas pekerja ladang estet Padang Meiha sejak lebih 23 tahun berakhir apabila menerima sebahagian pertama daripada tiga pampasan yang dituntut.


High Court dismisses WTC’s application to stay proceedings

PETALING JAVA: The High Court has dismissed an application by the World Triathlon Corporation (WTC) to stay proceedings of a claim filed by SRS Sports Centre Sdn Bhd.


ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION -THE VISION OF TOMORROW

by ranjan chandran and chitravathy balasingham

Alternative dispute resolution or popularly known as ADR is a device aimed at resolving disputes between the parties in a manner so as to find a resolution expeditiously and economically.


Mediation Charting The Right Course For The New Millennium

by Ranjan Chandran

Mediation For Modernisation & A New Challenge

The use of mediation as an example of modernisation is ironic because the words "mediation" and "modernisation" hardly seem to belong in the same category.


Section 176(10) Of The Companies Act 1965:
Is The Restraining Order Abused?

by Ranjan Chandran

A company like an individual may require financial assistance to carry on with its day to day business. Towards this end, the company like the individual will seek financial assistance in the form of a loan from a bank or other financial institutions. That loan may be in the form of a secured loan or an unsecured loan.


The Recent Amendments To Section 176 Of The Companies Act 1965

by Ranjan Chandran

Note: All references to any statutory provisions hereinunder are to the Companies Act 1965 unless otherwise specified.

In view of the present economic problems, s. 176 had to be amended to avoid an abuse by an ailing debtor company from seeking a restraining order pursuant to s. 176(10) to simply obtain a moratorium in respect of their indebtedness to several creditors.