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Court Summons: Shall we attend?

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asked on Feb 5, 2017 at 17:19
by   fanniao
edited on Feb 15, 2017 at 06:50
 
First Court Summons in September 2005, didn't attend. Judgement dated 30 September 2005, amount RM164,000. Bank auction (lelong) on 18 September 2012, selling price RM13,000. Lawyer firm send a Court Summons request to attend Sessions Court on 07 February 2017. Shall we attend? Please advice. 
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answered on Feb 13, 2017 at 15:00
by   jeff005
edited Feb 13, 2017 at 15:03
by   jeff005
@ vkpc

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If not add stories how to justify charging you higher fees?
Remember my high court case, 140 pages of affidavits, exhibits and voice recordings.
Now i think she (ex wife) spend at least RM50K.. hahaha for NOTHING..!!
Thanks to you ALL (The Avengers)

Cheers.. Happy Monday Morning
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answered on May 5, 2017 at 00:22
by   fanniao
@notalawyer @vkpc
The Judge had approved the application today.
Next fight will be in High Court
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answered on May 5, 2017 at 07:55
by   vkpc
So sorry about your brother's loss.
How much does the lawyer want to charge for the High Court fight?
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answered on May 5, 2017 at 12:58
by   fanniao
@vkpc
not talking to lawyer yet 
I don't think I still can afford the legal fees.
And my brother can't present well when face the judge
I need drag the case til 29/9 12years limitation act end.
5 month to go 
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answered on May 5, 2017 at 15:04
by   vkpc
I need drag the case til 29/9 12years limitation act end.
5 month to go.


Don't be mistaken, if they file a bankruptcy proceeding before 29 Sept, there is no limitation.
You need to defeat the bankruptcy proceeding,
then there is a limitation as they cannot file again a second time.

I don't think I still can afford the legal fees.
What is your plan then?

Tell your brother to pretend he don't know English or Malay well.
Then maybe you can talk on behalf of your brother as his interpreter.
It is possible for your brother to tell the judge that he wish to use his own interpreter.
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answered on Oct 13, 2017 at 19:43
by   jeff005
Hi Fanniao

How is your brother' case?
Any conclusion?
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