Raub Australian Gold Mining Sdn Bhd (in creditors’ voluntary liquidation) v Hue Shieh Lee

JurisdictionMalaysia
CourtFederal Court (Malaysia)
Judgment Date2019
Date2019
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7 cases
  • MRA INTERNATIONAL SDN BHD vs SPC DIATECH, LLC, 05-28-2021
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia)
    • 28 May 2021
    ...cited with approval by the Federal Court in Raub Australian Gold Mining Sdn Bhd (in creditors’ voluntary liquidation) v Hue Shieh Lee [2019] 3 MLJ 720, namely that the words are defamatory; (b) refer to the Plaintiff; and (c) are published. [42] The fact that the Defendant is the author of ......
  • MKINI DOTCOM SDN BHD vs RAUB AUSTRALIAN GOLD MINING SDN BHD, 07-02-2021
    • Malaysia
    • Federal Court (Malaysia)
    • 2 July 2021
    ...as eventually determined by this Court in Raub Australian Gold Mining Sdn Bhd (in creditors’ voluntary liquidation) v Hue Shieh Lee [2019] 3 MLJ 720 (“Hue Shieh Third Issue: whether the articles and videos are actionable [20] For convenience, the third issue ought to be dealt with at the ou......
  • REKHA D/O MUNISAMYOrtus Expert White Sdn Bhd vs Rekha d/o MunisamyORTUS EXPERT WHITE SDN BHD, 05-24-2021
    • Malaysia
    • Court of Appeal (Malaysia)
    • 24 May 2021
    ...above). [28] It is also relevant to note that the Federal Court in the case of Raub Australian Gold Mining Sdn Bhd v Hue Shieh Lee [2019] 3 CLJ 729 laid down three conditions in proving malicious falsehood as [39] In order to establish a claim under malicious falsehood, it is trite law that......
  • CHRISTINA LIEW CHIN JIN vs LEKSUN BIN INJIL, 01-26-2021
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia),Unspecified court (Malaysia)
    • 1 September 2021
    ...him uttering the Words. [18] The Federal Court in Raub Australian Gold Mining (in creditors’ voluntary liquidation) v Hue Shieh Lee [2019] 3 MLJ 720 held that a plaintiff must prove three elements: (1) the plaintiff must show that the statement bears defamatory imputations; (2) the statemen......
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