Citizenship in Malaysia
As we celebrate Independence and Malaysia Day in August and September, we feel a sense of pride and patriotism from within. Being a citizen of a country gives us an identity and a place where we belong to call home. However, there are some children who are born in Malaysia but are not called ‘Anak…
The Do’s and Dont’s of Video Conferencing
Fast forward to this March, the outbreak of coronavirus not only in Malaysia but also affecting worldwide – “The Pandemic” has suddenly transformed and considered video conferencing as an ultimate solution and tools enabling global operation by connecting with remote works, employees, and clients and at the same time, to prevent direct contact with the…
Without Prejudice Communication
It is not uncommon for a document to be labeled as “without prejudice”, with the intention of preventing the recipient from using the document as evidence in court. The label is typically slapped on without any discrimination on the type of document being labeled thus.
Traveling Overseas: Right or Privilege?
We have often taken for granted that we can easily apply for a passport. However, can the Government refuse to grant you a passport?
Guarantee and Indemnity
It is quite common for a person to guarantee a loan taken by another person. For example: