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Pupillage: Withdrawal of Petition

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asked on Feb 7, 2018 at 00:13
by   mavisggg
edited on Mar 9, 2018 at 03:51
 
I want to quit pupillage at the moment, so I asked around and looked into the pupillage handbook, which suggested that I shall proceed to withdraw the petition for admission. I'm doing this now just in case if I intend to resume in the future I won't have to do it by then, and I don't want to leave the petition hanging halfway like that.

So, can anyone enlighten me on the procedures to withdraw a petition for admission?
What documents do I need at this juncture?
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answered on Feb 7, 2018 at 06:35
by   vkpc
So, can anyone enlighten me on the procedures to withdraw a petition for admission?
What documents do I need at this juncture?

What advice did your Master give?
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answered on Feb 7, 2018 at 18:13
by   mavisggg
edited Mar 9, 2018 at 03:56
 
He didn't give any advice, in fact he is clueless about the procedures of filing call papers. 
I am the one sorting out everything on my own since Day 1. 

I asked around and was advised to file a notice of withdrawal to Bahagian Rayuan dan Kuasa-Kuasa Khas (RKKK) which would suffice. Is that true?

* At this point he has no intention to let me file the notice via the firm's efiling account, so I will have to do it on my own at the KL court as well. Fortunately the efiling is still open to public filing as individual.
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answered on Feb 19, 2018 at 01:05
by   NotNewToPractice
Yes you can withdraw your petition just go to RKKK and ask. If you want to do your pupillage again you file afresh a new petition the period under the earlier petition is not taken into account.
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