Category Archives: Indefeasibility

Extra Lecture Notes Indefeasibility by Yasmin Norhazleena Bahari

Extra Lecture Notes Indefeasibility by Yasmin Norhazleena Bahari Definition of indefeasibility The definition of the phrase ‘indefeasible title’. In Muthammah v Masri Mohamed [2000] 5 MLJ 518 the Court held that the phrase ‘indefeasible title’ means A title or an interest … Continue reading

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Au Meng Nam & Anor v Ung Yak Chew & Ors Summary of Decision 7

Au Meng Nam & Anor v Ung Yak Chew & Ors Summary of Decision 7 (7)                  (per Gopal Sri Ram JCA) The decision in Adorna Properties Sdn Bhd is not to be treated as binding precedent because it was decided … Continue reading

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Au Meng Nam & Anor v Ung Yak Chew & Ors Summary of Decision 6

Au Meng Nam & Anor v Ung Yak Chew & Ors Summary of Decision 6 (6)   (per Raus JCA; Hasan JCA concurring) No liability could be attached against the second and    third defendants. The first defendant had adduced no evidence at the … Continue reading

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Au Meng Nam & Anor v Ung Yak Chew & Ors Summary of Decision 5

Au Meng Nam & Anor v Ung Yak Chew & Ors Summary of Decision 5 Summary of Decision 5) (per Raus JCA; Hasan JCA concurring) Since the first defendant was relying on the proviso of section 340(3) of the Code, that … Continue reading

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Au Meng Nam & Anor v Ung Yak Chew & Ors Summary of Decision 4

Au Meng Nam & Anor v Ung Yak Chew & Ors Summary of Decision 4 (4)   (per Raus JCA; Hasan JCA concurring) The first defendant was under the obligation to investigate properly all matters relating to the sale of the land and … Continue reading

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Au Meng Nam & Anor v Ung Yak Chew & Ors Summary of Decision 3

Au Meng Nam & Anor v Ung Yak Chew & Ors Summary of Decision 3 Summary of the Court’s Decision   (1)      (per Raus JCA; Hasan JCA concurring) An existence of a sale and purchase agreement and the payment of the … Continue reading

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Au Meng Nam & Anor v Ung Yak Chew & Ors Summary of Decision 2

Au Meng Nam & Anor v Ung Yak Chew & Ors [2007] 5 MLJ 136 Summary of the Court’s Decision (2)                                 (per Raus JCA; Hasan JCA concurring) The findings of the learned trial judge did not solely turn on a … Continue reading

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