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Strike Out Judgement Against Me

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asked on Oct 13, 2017 at 23:38
by   PS1818
edited on Oct 13, 2017 at 23:40
 
The first case hearing was held on 4th Oct but the bank's lawyer were absense and informed that too many cases to attend ( the bank's already charged me legal fee of RM600). The Majistret court judge then set another date for second hearing later this month. 

I had recently remitted previous five months outstanding balance to the bank. That's clear-up the minimum due. But the bank's representative said that despite I paid up the outstanding, the bank's will still make judgements against me should I absense for payment. The bank's lawyer called to me and asked " what's is my plan?"  

You can read my previous thread here : https://www.lawyerment.com/answers/q/12303

May I ask to the experts in this forum: 

1). Apply to court to strike out judgement against me? 

2). Shall I file for defense? 

3). What other ways to defense myself in court? 

Thank you and hope to hear from the experts soon.
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answered on Oct 14, 2017 at 01:52
by   kiki
The first case hearing was held on 4th Oct but the bank's lawyer were absense and informed that too many cases to attend 

How did the lawyer informed the court that they cannot attend as they have so many cases..?

The Majistret court judge then set another date for second hearing later this month.  
When is the next court date..?

But the bank's representative said that despite..
Which bank is this..?
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answered on Oct 14, 2017 at 07:02
by   PS1818
@Kiki

How did the lawyer informed the court that they cannot attend as they have so many cases?

The lawyer informed me and how did the lawyer informed the court, I am unsure.

When is the next court date?

23 October 

Which bank is this?

UOB bank

Can I apply to the judge to strike out judgement against me?

Shall I file for defense?

Shall I claim for legal fee or cost? The lawyer already charged me RM600 but didn't turn up.

Can the court allows the bank do judgement against me although I had paid up the outstanding? The bank representative said that if I missed one single payment then judgement against me will proceed.

Please advise.

Thank you.
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answered on Oct 14, 2017 at 12:23
by   vkpc
Can I apply to the judge to strike out judgement against me?
There is no judgement yet, so there is nothing to strike out.

Shall I file for defense?
Before you file for defense, tell us what is your defense strategy

Shall I claim for legal fee or cost? The lawyer already charged me RM600 but didn't turn up.
Lawyer can charge you any amount they like, you also can pay any amount you like so no problem here.
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answered on Oct 14, 2017 at 20:03
by   PS1818
@ vkpc

Thank you for your reply.

You also can pay any amount you like so no problem here

I received my recent credit card statement and the bank has charged me legal fee RM600. How do i pay any amount I like? Can I apply to the judge this 23 October?

There is no judgement yet, so there is nothing to strike out

I would think that the bank's will not withdraw my case despite I paid the outstanding. If I ever missed any payments in future, the bank's will file judgement against me.

Tell us what is your defense strategy?

1) Reduced lower interest rates and monthly installments plan

2) Reduced legal fee charges

The bank's lawyer called and asked me" What's my plan?" I didn't say any.

I am self represent and not appointing any lawyer's on my side.

Thank you
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answered on Oct 15, 2017 at 13:46
by   vkpc
I received my recent credit card statement and the bank has charged me legal fee RM600.
How do i pay any amount I like?

If you think the lawyer's fee should be RM100 instead of RM600, then you pay only RM100 lah.

Tell us what is your defense strategy?

1) Reduced lower interest rates and monthly installments plan
2) Reduced legal fee charges

That is not a proper defense strategy you can use in Court.

Can I apply to the judge this 23 October?
Apply to do what?

You seem very enthusiastic to fight your case in Court.
Unfortunately, you legal knowledge is low and your English is not good enough.
How now?
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answered on Oct 16, 2017 at 19:55
by   PS1818
@vkpc

Yes, my legal knowledge is weak, else I don't post questions here. 

BTW, is your legal knowledge as well as @Notalawyer, @Jebat? @Notalawyer, @Jebat sincerely put their efforts to assist others with multiple drafts, comments, solutions ..etc but your comments does not answer to my questions. You are asking questions than giving solutions.

How good is your English? Don't you know that Bahasa is the priority in Malaysia's court?

If you are unable to assist, at least don't post such threads! Nobody like to spend time in court!

Respect people and you gain respect from others!
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answered on Oct 16, 2017 at 23:37
by   vkpc
@Notalawyer, @Jebat sincerely put their efforts to assist others with multiple drafts, comments, solutions
Jeff005, kiki,  kunta-kinti mike, Anonymous not helping others?

Don't you know that Bahasa is the priority in Malaysia's court?
Is your Malay better than your English?  If yes, then got chance to fight.
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