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Self Represent at Mahkamah Rayuan Putrajaya to fight Affin Bank

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asked on Jul 18, 2017 at 17:56
by   kunta_kinti
Dear all,
I am sharing my self represent experience at Mahkamah Rayuan Putrajaya. Welcome all feedback and advice.

Summary of my case background :
My application to set aside Creditor Petition was rejected by Penolong Kanan Pendaftar. 
I made an appeal to Judge in Chamber whom rejected my appeal as well.
Now I am bringing the case to next level; Mahkaman Rayuan Putrajaya.

Things that I have done :
- Paid RM1000 for deposit for this appeal.
- Filed 7 copies of Notis Rayuan at fees of RM600.
- Requested for Alasan Penghakiman (decision made by Commisioner of Justice)
- Drafted and finalized the Perintah  
  
I shall need assistance to complete the preparation of Rekod Rayuan within 8 weeks from decision date.

For those who are interested in my high court appeal process, my previous thread link as below :
https://www.lawyerment.com/answers/questions/12019/self-represent-at-court-to-fight-affin-bank
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answered on Oct 4, 2017 at 04:58
by   vkpc
edited Oct 23, 2017 at 08:30
 
Hi kunta-kinti,

Please remember to bring the proof of delivery ( GD Express tracking ) to show the Timbalan Pendaftar when you come to the Palace of Justice.  ( Istana Kehakiman )

If Gxx & Partners fail to show up again, tell the Timbalan Pendaftar you insist to fix the hearing date.
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answered on Oct 6, 2017 at 02:51
by   notalawyer
edited Oct 23, 2017 at 08:31
 
It seems our good friend Phoon has left Gxx & Partners.
Not sure why.
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answered on Oct 7, 2017 at 15:18
by   nora
What happened at the second case management?
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answered on Oct 11, 2017 at 16:44
by   kunta_kinti
dear all,
there shall be another case management, following by a hearing next month. written summission to summit 2 weeks before the hearing.

i discovered that it was almost 100% lawyers during all case management at this level. so far l, i havent came accross eiher any plaintiff or defendent self represent at COA. 
comparing to high court, at least can still seeing some of them attending with their appointed lawyers.
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answered on Nov 1, 2017 at 04:55
by   William Chan
Hi kunta-kinti,

For your upcoming appeal at Court Of Appeals Putrajaya, here is an example video on how to talk to the 3 judges

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answered on Nov 1, 2017 at 04:56
by   William Chan
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answered on Nov 1, 2017 at 05:13
by   Tanavaroot
edited Nov 1, 2017 at 05:32
by   Tanavaroot
Wow.. wow..
Cherokee ppl.. so hard to live.. so hard to die..!!
Malasia bolih..

Hahaha.. 
Red Indians Tribal Court also got 3 Tribal Chiefs with smoking pipes aka 3 stooges??
No Smoking @COA?
Bad.. bad.. bad..
555 555 555
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answered on Nov 1, 2017 at 05:29
by   Tanavaroot
edited Nov 1, 2017 at 05:30
by   Tanavaroot
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answered on Nov 3, 2017 at 15:10
by   Michele
Hi kunta_kinti,

How do you write a submission for court of appeals level?
Please share your submission with us.
Will your oral submission later be identical to your written submission?
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answered on Nov 3, 2017 at 16:50
by   jeff005
edited Nov 3, 2017 at 17:14
by   jeff005
The oral submission could never be the same as the WS.
The written sub (WS)  is fixed at main points, critical points.
During  Oral Submission, the 3 Court of Appeal Judges and the defending bank's lawyers (team of 3,4) may raise other questions or issues.
The Appellant may add non critical other points during the oral part and it is up to the  Judges to accept or not, based on merits.
The toughest part is the written submission.
For the oral part, at this level, one may be required to have a good knowledge of Bankruptcy Laws to fight  to rebuke  to Set Aside  and to present oneself (in this case Self Representing

Lawyers may charge between 50K-80K just to write and present strong "Submissions" for any appeals at COA level.

The above case could be the first in Malaysia for a non-legal person to Self Represent @ Court Of Appeal level. Other cases are lawyers self representing at COA level. The bank have a team of qualified practicing lawyers. The Avengers Malaysia have a team of non-legal vigilantees who would put their hearts out for non-profit purposes for Friends,  for Justice.

May the Best Team wins..!!

WE  WILL... !!!
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