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LING PEEK HOE & ANOR v. DING SIEW CHING & ANOTHER APPEAL
Federal Court, Putrajaya
Raus Sharif PCA, Richard Malanjum CJSS, A Samah Nordin, Ramly Ali, Zaharah Ibrahim FCJJ
[Civil Appeal Nos: 02(f)-23-04-2016(A) & 02(f)-24-04-2016(A)]
20 June 2017
[2017] 4 MLRA 372

JUDGMENT

Richard Malanjum CJSS:

Preliminary

[1] For convenience, in this judgment, unless otherwise stated, the parties are referred to as they were at the High Court. The 1st and 2nd appellants are referred to as the 1st and 2nd plaintiffs or collectively as 'the plaintiffs'. As for the respondents, Ding Siew Ching, Golden Star, Ding Toh Biew, Ding Toh Gien and Ding Toh Lei are referred to individually as the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th defendants respectively or collectively as 'the defendants'.

[2] On 18 August 2006, the plaintiffs commenced an action against the five defendants for, inter alia, (i) an order to declare that the sale and purchase agreements of three pieces of properties, and the tenancy agreements and transfers of those properties, were null and void and (ii) damages against the 1st defendant for failure to exercise reasonable professional care, skills and diligence (the main suit - Suit 203).

[3] The 3rd, 4th and 5th defendants then filed a claim against the 1st plaintiff in 2008, for injunction and damages for trespass (Suit 45).

CASE HIGHLIGHTS

PRESS METAL SARAWAK SDN BHD v. ETIQA TAKAFUL BERHAD
Federal Court, Putrajaya
2016] 5 MLRA 529
[Civil Appeal No: 02(i)-27-04-2015(W)]
15 August 2016 [+]
TAN POOI YEE v. KETUA PENGARAH JABATAN PENDAFTARAN NEGARA
High Court Malaya, Kuala Lumpur
[2016] 5 MLRH 501
24NCVC-1306-08-2015
18 July 2016 [+]
ILANGOVAN KRISHNAN v. SHIYA SDN BHD
Industrial Court, Johor
[2016] 2 MELR 374
16/4-157/15
27 April 2016 [+]
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