ARAB-MALAYSIAN MERCHANT BANK BHD v. SILVER CONCEPT SDN BHD Summary of Decision 4

 

ARAB-MALAYSIAN MERCHANT BANK BHD v. SILVER CONCEPT SDN BHD Summary of Decision 4 

[2006] 8 CLJ 9   

ARAB-MALAYSIAN MERCHANT BANK BHD v. SILVER CONCEPT SDN BHD
HIGH COURT MALAYA, SHAH ALAM
[ORIGINATING SUMMONS NO: MT1-24-2310-2000]
SURIYADI HALIM OMAR J
30 JUNE 2005
 

[17] In the event any litigation is commenced, it must be appreciated that not every presiding judge is a Muslim, and even if so, may not be sufficiently equipped to deal with matters, which ulamaks take years to comprehend. Grounded on those reasons, and by the manner of the provisions so enacted any court must accept the matter as being in order at first instance, until challenged. By analogy, in any foreclosure case, if the cause papers are in order, unless there is cause to the contrary as contended by the charger, the order must be given.

litigation proses pengadilan di mahkamah melalui perbicaraan
commenced dimulakan
presiding judge hakim yang mendengar kes
sufficiently equipped bersedia dengan cukup
deal with mengendalikan, menangani, menghadapi
comprehend faham
enacted digubal
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