Maria binti Yusof v Abdullah bin Gendak

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5 cases
  • Ghanesh Periasamy and Others v Glamjaya Sdn Bhd and Others
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia)
    • 1 January 2017
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia)
    • 15 June 2021 is accepted to mean a person who is not able to read or write in the language (Chan Kiew (supra) and Maria Yusof v. Abdullah Gendak [2015] 9 CLJ 243). [46] Therefore, as the Deponent does not “fully understand” English he can be considered to be illiterate within the meaning of Order 41 ......
  • Vasantha Rajan vs Yeoh Soon Peng, 04-02-2021
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia)
    • 2 April 2021
    ...under O. 41, r. 3, it shall not be used in evidence.” [Emphasis is that of the author] [34] Further, in Maria Yusof v. Abdullah Gendak [2015] 9 CLJ 243, Mohd Nazlan Ghazali JC (as his Lordship then was), “I emphasise that the omission in respect of the certification in the jurat is substant......
  • Phrakhru Sangkarat Bau@ Ideng A/l Din Ruang vs Suing As Chief Priest Of Wat Phodhiyaram, 18-08-2020
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia)
    • 18 August 2020
    ...of Lim Goh Huat v Saw Keng See (1998) 6 MLJ 600; Gan Thing Phing v Ong Gek Kim (No 2) (1998) 7 MLJ 351; Maria Yusof v Abdullah Gendak (2015) 9 CLJ 243). The rationale for this state law is, non-compliance is not in the form of the affidavit as envisaged under Order 41 rule 4, but on the con......
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