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Waran Tangkap ( Warrant of Arrest )

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asked on Nov 25, 2016 at 02:28
by   jeff005
edited on Nov 25, 2016 at 03:37
by   jeff005
This Article is in response for the next tactic recently used by unprofessional Bill Collectors.

Refer to https://www.lawyerment.com/answers/questions/9936/courts-keluarkan-warran-sita-dan-saman-sebab-langgar-perjanjian-adakah-ini-betul?g=7#tab-top



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answered on Nov 25, 2016 at 03:10
by   jeff005
edited Aug 15, 2018 at 04:19
 
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WARAN TANGKAP 
Owing banks moneys is NOT a crime. So, there cannot be a arrest warrant issued.

WARRANT TANGKAP ISSUED
If this is issued in conjunction with debt litigation cases (rarely) it is the fault of the Judgement Debtor (JD).

The following conditions could have occurred:

1. The Debtor has been haul to court.
2. The Debtor has attended court personally.
3. The Court has made the debt defaulter a JD (Judgement Debtor).
4. The JD agrees to pay the JC (Judgement Creditor - Bank ) in the presence of the Judge.
5. It will entered in to the judgement to pay the creditor by installments or likewise.
6. It will be for a specific period, example 2 years.
7. Within this period the bank cannot proceed or commence further court actions.

Problem starts...

8. The JD could not keep up with the repayments again.
9. End of the 2 years up, there is still balance in the Judgement debt.
10. The bank lawyer files for "Committal Order" against the JD to attend court and settle the debt.
11. This time the Debtor did not attend court for reasons unknown to others.
12. After postponement of 2 or 3 hearings, the Debtor still do not attend court proceedings after being "SERVED" the notice to attend court, the court will issue a "Warrant of Arrest" to commit the Debtor to attend the court hearing. It is for "CONTEMPT OF COURT" against the Committal Order.
13. This Warrant of Arrest is NOT APPLIED by the bank lawyers in court.
14. Even if there is an unfortunate "arrest", the debtor can be bailed out within hours or out on "Police Bail". This is not a criminal offence and the police is not interested to keep the debtor in "lockup". 
15. The best solution is to attend court and if really cannot pay, tell the Judge, cannot pay. Do not make any commitments you cannot fulfill. Let the creditor commence on next course of legal action in a court of law. The court cannot jail a poor person who cannot afford to pay.

The above information was shared by different parties to me and cannot be verified.

I am sharing it out to give an insight on the rare possibilities of this "Waran Tangkap".

It would be nice if Tuan @kiki can translate into clearer terms and amendments to any errors in Melayu for the benefit of all.

Thank you for reading.
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answered on May 19, 2017 at 17:32
by   mangsa courts
edited Aug 15, 2018 at 04:22
 
@jeff,

I need your help. Debt collector's despatch just came dan berikan surat untuk saya sign. Katanya untuk process seterusnya. Barangan Courts 2009 dah diambil pada tahun 2011. Sekarang 2017. Baki RM3,136.17. Perlukah saya sign borang yang diberikan? Mohon bantuan.
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answered on May 19, 2017 at 17:53
by   jebat
perlukah saya sign borang yang diberikan.

Tak perlu.
Tandatangan tak boleh di paksa.
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answered on May 20, 2017 at 03:47
by   jeff005
edited Aug 15, 2018 at 04:24
 
@mangsa courts

perlukah saya sign borang yang diberikan.
Apabila sign sudah mengakui debt ini.

Dah lepas 6 tahun.. tak boleh ambil tindakan di Makhamah..!!
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answered on Sep 11, 2017 at 17:22
by   mangsa2017
edited Aug 15, 2018 at 04:28
 
@jeff, can you help me?

Husband dan I, hutang dengan Courts, tapi husband saya sahaja yang dapat call dari "lawyer" untuk sita barang. Saya mengaku memang ada tunggakan disebabkan masalah kewangan saya, tapi bila suami saya sahaja yang dapat call saya jadi pelik sebab tunggakan kami sama 5 bulan. Suami saya, barang handphone, saya perabot.

Ada syarikat guaman call suruh setel tunggakan RM1.8K pada hari yang sama sebab dia kata collectors akan sampai dengan pihak polis untuk sita barang. Budi bicara dia saya kena bayar RM900 dalam masa satu bulan. Tapi bila saya baca forum dekat sini dia, saya jadi 50-50 nak byar tunggakan tu, sebab hujung bulan gaji saya banyak untuk bayar lain. Banyak commitment saya. Perlu kah saya bayar tunggakan tu? Bila saya call nama syarikat guaman tu, dia kata dia Tuan Malik dari syarikat (RAFII & PARTNER). Boleh tolong saya?
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answered on Sep 11, 2017 at 19:00
by   jebat
dia kata collectors akan sampai degan pihak polis untuk sita barang.
Beritahu dia, bila polis sampai dengan perintah sita, baru cerita.
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answered on Sep 11, 2017 at 19:35
by   jeff005
edited Aug 15, 2018 at 04:29
 
@mangsa2017

Mereka adalah pengutip hutang. Jangan bimbang. Takde hal mahkamah. Cuba buat bayaran sikit demi sikit untuk selasai hutang ini.

Polis tak campur dengan hal hutang wang.
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answered on Sep 11, 2017 at 19:59
by   notalawyer
edited Aug 15, 2018 at 04:31
 
2. The Debtor has attended court personally.
3. The Court has made the debt defaulter a JD (Judgement Debtor).
4. The JD agrees to pay the JC (Judgement Creditor - Bank ) in the presence of the Judge.
5. It will entered in to the judgement to pay the creditor by installments or likewise.


Hi Jeff005,
Please note that in a Consent Judgement as detailed by you above, even though a Judgement Debtor has consented to pay in installments but defaulted in the payments again, that default is not  contemptuous.  Because of this no warrant of arrest will be issued and no contempt proceedings can succeed.

Only in the case where a Judgement Debtor Summons (JDS) is filed and the debtor defaults again after a JDS consent will it be contemptuous.

Please note that a JDS cannot be filed together with the Writ, meaning it can only be filed after Judgement.

Please note that a Judge cannot force a debtor to consent to an installment plan in a JDS proceedings if debtor can show that he/she has no disposable income. (extra funds after expenses)

This is the reason why most banks do not file for JDS.

Do not confuse a Consent Judgment to a JDS Consent Judgement.
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answered on Sep 11, 2017 at 20:02
by   notalawyer
Cuba buat bayaran sikit demi sikit untuk selasai hutang ini.

This is bad advice as it may reset the Limitation period.
Jangan ikut nasihat di atas.
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answered on Sep 12, 2017 at 15:10
by   jeff005
edited Aug 15, 2018 at 04:33
 
@notalawyer,

Noted. Thank you very much for your teachings here:-
1. Consent Judgment and JDS Consent Judgement;
2. Bad advice as it may reset the Limitation period; and
3. Interlocutory matters.
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