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Jualan Online: Pembeli enggan membayar dan barang sudah diterima.

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asked on Jul 25, 2020 at 14:59
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edited on May 11, 2021 at 19:29
 
Pada 21 Julai 2020, saya telah mengiklankan beg sekolah secondhand untuk dijual pada RM28 atas kapasiti personal bukan perniagaa kerana saya ingin kosongkan almari saya dengan barang barang lama dan pada hari yang sama pembeli telah menghubungi saya melalui FB messenger dan Whatsapp dan bersetuju untuk membeli. Dan pembeli bersetuju untuk membayar pada 21hb.

Tetapi pembeli gagal dan memberi alasan hujan lebat dan tidak dapat keluar. Keesokan harinya saya bertanya lagi dan beliau berjanji untuk bank in pada petangnya. Saya masih menunggu beliau kerana margin jualan adalah kecil dan hendak pergi pos sekali dengan barangan kepada pembeli lain.

Tetapi hari ketiga masih juga belum dibayar. Saya juga kena berlaku adil kepada pembeli lain yang sudah membayar atas dasar mempercayai dan hendak mengurangkan kos pos dan kos perjalanan. Saya pos juga barang yang dibelinya tanpa bayaran dengan harapan beliau akan membayar pada malam itu juga. Tetapi hampa.

Sehari ke sehari alasannya adalah bersabar dan tunggu gaji masuk. Dan pada hari ini masih belum dibayar walaupun rekod post menunjukkan barang telah diterima hari ini.

Soalannya. Bolehkan saya membuat laporan polis bahawa saya diperdaya dan bolehkah saya membuat tuntutan mahkamah sivil? Dan apakah prosedurnya?
RM28 walaupun kecil tetapi masih lagi suatu nilai pada saya. Mohon nasihat pihak tuan

Terima kasih.
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answered on Jul 25, 2020 at 20:41
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edited May 11, 2021 at 19:31
 
Soalannya. Bolehkan saya membuat laporan polis bahawa saya diperdaya dan bolehkah saya membuat tuntutan mahkamah sivil?

Adakah anda seorang bankrap?
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answered on Jul 27, 2020 at 08:34
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edited May 11, 2021 at 19:31
 
Tidak @rara, saya bukan seorang bankrap
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answered on Jul 27, 2020 at 12:51
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edited May 11, 2021 at 19:32
 
Bagaimana kesudahan isu Notis Kebankrapan yang kamu terima  pada sekitar Jan 2019 dulu tu.

Maaf saya bertanya sebab seorang yang bankrap tidak boleh buat tuntutan tanpa penglibatan Jabatan Insolvensi.

Tambah pula kamu ada menyebut jika ada kemungkinan untuk tuntutan di mahkamah.

Kos untuk memfailkan dokumen di mahkamah saja akan melebihi nilai yang akan kamu tuntut ia itu RM28.

Rasa nya lebih baik saja jadikan nya sebagai satu pengajaran (lesson learnt) saja.  Lain kali, hanya setelah wang di bayar baru kamu poskan barangan nya.
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answered on Jul 27, 2020 at 22:16
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Mengenai Notis Kebankrapan, saya berjaya dalam saat-saat akhir pada bulan Mac 2019 mendapatkan pekerjaan dan telah pergi ke AKPK untuk menstruktur hutang saya. 
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answered on Jul 28, 2020 at 18:19
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edited Jul 28, 2020 at 18:20
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bolehkah saya membuat tuntutan mahkamah sivil? Dan apakah prosedurnya?

What is the small claims procedure?
What if you have a claim which does not fall under either the Consumer Claims Tribunal or any other tribunals and the sum involved is small, not more than RM5000?
 
You can take it to the Magistrates’ Court through the small claims procedure (Order 93 Rules of Court 2012 (ROC)).
 
You don’t even need a lawyer to do that.
 
Here are some important facts about the small claims court:
 
Set up in 1987 to help the consumer to get quick, cheap and easy legal remedies.

Small claims cases not exceeding RM5,000 (Order 93, rule 2 ROC).

No lawyer is allowed to represent either the claimant or defendant, unless it is a registered company (Order 93, rule 7).

Only the claimant and the defendant are allowed to put their cases forward before a magistrate.
The magistrate’s judgement is final and neither party can appeal to a higher court, unless it is on a point of law.

What kind of claims can you file?
The following are examples of claims that you can file:
 
Refund of money paid for defective goods
Refund of wages/salaries paid for work that has not been carried out;
Claims for due commissions
Claims for payment on supplied facilities, rendered services or undertaken repairs.

Before you proceed with your claims, you should:
 
Send a final letter to the other party, threatening court action.
Set a time limit for the other party to pay compensation or reimbursement.
If you still get nowhere, proceed to file your case in court.

How do you file a claim?
Just follow these steps to file a claim:
 
Go to the nearest Magistrates’ Court. See the registrar or clerk in charge and ask for Form 198 (Order 93, rule 3(1)).

Fill in the form, with all the necessary details (Order 93, rule 3(2)), in four copies (Order 93, rule 5(1)).

State when, how and why the claim has arisen. Keep them SHORT and straight to the point.

Give the form to the registry of that Magistrates’ Court and pay RM10 (Order 93, rule 5(1)) as a filing fee.

The court will inform you and the defendant of the hearing date.

If the defendant fails to file his defence within the required period or fails to attend the hearing, the court may give the judgement to you.
 
If the defendant offers to settle out of court before the hearing, you can accept by:
 
writing an acceptance letter to the defendant

and
sending a copy of your letter to the court.

Your case is then considered withdrawn.

What happens in court?

Both sides present arguments and evidences to support their case.
The magistrate will pass judgement after hearing from both sides.

 
If you win the case, the magistrate will award you either the whole claim or part of it. You can also claim for costs not exceeding RM100 (Order 93, rule 15).

credit.. asklegal.my
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