SUBRAMANIAM A/L NS DHURAI v SANDRAKASAN A/L RETNASAMY & ORS
 6 MLJ 120
CIVIL APPEAL NO B–03–388 OF 1998
COURT OF APPEAL (PUTRAJAYA)
DECIDED-DATE-1: 10 JUNE 2004
GOPAL SRI RAM, AHMAD FAIRUZ AND DENIS ONG JJCA
Facts of the case
The respondents were the children of the deceased. The appellant was the third defendant in the court below. There were three other defendants before the High Court but they were not appealing against the orders made by the High Court. The third defendant purchased the subject land from the deceased’s son and the first defendant in the court below. The High Court found that the subject land was trust property, that the first defendant had obtained the issue document of title from the first respondent, that the first defendant had no interest in the subject land and that the appellant was not a bona fide purchaser. The High Court granted the respondents a declaration that the transfer to the appellant was null and void, set aside the transfer and made other consequential orders.
Meanings of the underlined words.
|trust property||hartanah amanah|
|had no interest||tiada kepentingan|
|null and void||terbatal dan tidak sah|
|consequential orders||perintah lain|