PROCEDURES OF DIVORCE PETITION IN MALAYSIA (3): Grounds of Divorce

PROCEDURES OF DIVORCE PETITION IN MALAYSIA (3): Grounds of Divorce Irretrievable breakdown of a marriage constitutes ground for divorce. In a proper defense, acceptable differences enable the defendant to have the ability to arrange grounds for divorce. Some examples for grounds for divorce are: Intolerable […]

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PROCEDURES OF DIVORCE PETITION IN MALAYSIA (4): Maintenance for Wife and Children

PROCEDURES OF DIVORCE PETITION IN MALAYSIA (4): Maintenance for Wife and Children Among the issues to be sorted out in the divorce petition, the maintenance of wife and children after the divorce takes the centre stage in the negotiation process. This article aims to set […]

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PROCEDURES OF DIVORCE PETITION IN MALAYSIA (5): Custody of Children

PROCEDURES OF DIVORCE PETITION IN MALAYSIA (5): Custody  of Children In determining the custodial rights of a child below 18 years old in a divorce petition, the judge based on a number of presumption of law. The presumption is that Children below seven (7) years […]

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Legal Services for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Malaysia

L Y Lu & Co has extensive experience in providing legal services to foreign direct investment or multinational corporations investing in Malaysia. We assist our clients over each individual stage of their projects as well as throughout the entire investment process. Over the years of practice, […]

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FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) in Malaysia: The Business Licenses and Approval Required before Applying for Working Permits

FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) in Malaysia: The Business Licenses and Approval Required before Applying for  Working Permits There are 6 authorized bodies / agencies that approve the Expatriate’s application for a post. This is based on the “core business” of the company. These agencies are:- […]

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