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Mahkamah drag child access for over 2 years

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asked on Jun 21, 2017 at 20:35
by   Berifee
I filed in a notice to gain access to my kid around 2015, the other party lawyer then drag the matter with excuses like the kid don't want to see me, I must pay more money and etc.

The shocking thing is the court entertain those excuses for years and continue to drag the matter and allow such noble request for child access to be challenge for such a long time.

Is there anyway I can complain this judge professionalism for allowing such matter to drag for so long together with the opponent lawyer?
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answered on Jun 21, 2017 at 23:02
by   vkpc
Maybe your lawyer is not so good?
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answered on Jun 22, 2017 at 00:40
by   jeff005
Who filed for divorce? Single or mutual petition?
How old is the child in 2015?
How old was the child during divorce?
You had a divorce lawyer representing you?
Why was child access not settled properly during the divorce?

There is nothing wrong with the High Court Judge. The other side lawyer is better. There must be a valid reason for the delay. No judge will want to read the same case again and again.

What type of access you file for?
What is the title of this application?
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answered on Jun 22, 2017 at 00:42
by   Berifee
edited Jun 22, 2017 at 00:44
by   Berifee
Case is simple, I want access to child. File in notice years ago, instead it was drag for reason mentioned.

However useless the lawyer also, how can the merit for child access application be unjustly denied for such a long time?
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answered on Jun 22, 2017 at 00:49
by   Berifee
edited Jun 22, 2017 at 01:04
by   Berifee
[No judge will want to read the same case again and again.]

I can prove to you this is the fact and for your information, I was denied the first time and I took it up to appeal court and case return to high court, then drag for over 2 years.

[There is nothing wrong with the High Court Judge.]

There is a lot of things wrong with court / judges, otherwise how can such thing be drag for so long with no oversight?
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answered on Jun 22, 2017 at 00:53
by   jeff005
edited Jun 22, 2017 at 00:57
by   jeff005
Your merits is just not strong enough.
What was stated for child access in the dekri nisi absolute?

You can complain to our beloved Agong. High Court Judges is appointed by him.
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answered on Jun 22, 2017 at 00:58
by   Berifee
edited Jun 22, 2017 at 01:01
by   Berifee
Hi Jeff005,

The merit to see your own child is not strong enough? Please justify....

Nobody should be deny access to their child, moreover if the parent request to do so.

Do you know how to write to our Agong?

Already got Perintah for child access but not obeyed, don't tell me do committal proceeding, is not my intention to jail anyone but just want access.
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answered on Jun 22, 2017 at 01:14
by   jeff005
The committal proceeding is the actual correct proceeding, in my personal opinion. And I am not a lawyer and have no locus standi to write to any King.
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answered on Jun 22, 2017 at 01:23
by   Berifee
Don't be silly, no court will jail a parent and is just a waste of time. The point here is simple, notice is to compel access be given, but court drag the matter along with the opponent lawyer.

Write to King also may not be fruitful, since you're just a commoner. Any other way to complain?
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answered on Jun 23, 2017 at 18:21
by   vkpc
Are you the father or the mother?
Why did you forgo access to the child when you first divorced?

Already got Perintah for child access but not obeyed, don't tell me do committal proceeding, is not my intention to jail anyone but just want access.
After the Court Order for access is obtained,
the correct procedure is to file for committal proceeding if the order is not obeyed.
If you do not want to file for committal proceeding, how can you blame the Judge?
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answered on Jun 24, 2017 at 17:23
by   Berifee
The access to the child was never forgo, anyway you lawyers waste your client time and money doing committal proceeding, its not about vengeance or procedures.

Why you want to send a parent to jail when there's better other way to compel the access?

Why the judge not be blame when access have been applied and the judge just need to allow the access application instead of dragging with the other party who give lame excuses?

Its a real problem with lawyers and judges who cannot distinguish between simple right and wrong. Instead of being righteous, most of them are more into cohorting their self interest.

By yours and jeff questions itself also show no wonder why societies and civilization ends with anarchy and  revolution in the long run.
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