Tony Pua Kiam Wee v Government of Malaysia and another appeal

JurisdictionMalaysia
CourtFederal Court (Malaysia)
Judgment Date2019
Date2019
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9 cases
  • MRA INTERNATIONAL SDN BHD vs SPC DIATECH, LLC, 05-28-2021
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia)
    • 28 Mayo 2021
    ...known as Perwira Habib Bank Malaysia Bhd) [2017] MLJU 1765; and Tony Pua Kiam Wee v Government of Malaysia and another appeal [2019] 12 MLJ 1) and evidence given at the trial can overcome defects in the pleadings, if any, where the net result of such evidence is to prevent the other side fr......
  • JOSEPH A/L ANTHONY vs DR. MUHAMMAD ARIF BIN MOHAMAD RASAT, 05-03-2021
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia)
    • 3 Mayo 2021
    ...the pleadings are sufficient to found such a cause of action. 99. In Tony Pua Kiam Wee v Government of Malaysia and another appeal [2019] 12 MLJ 1 at [38], [41], the Federal Court [38] With the greatest respect, the Court of Appeal in the instant appeals appears fo have conflated and misapp......
  • DATO SRI MOHD NAJIB BIN HJ ABD RAZAK (NRIC NO: 530723-06-5165) vs AMBANK ISLAMIC BANK BERHAD (COMPANY NO: 295576-U), 12-31-2020
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia)
    • 31 Diciembre 2020
    ...same duties towards the Plaintiff. The Plaintiff referred to the case of Tony Pua Kiam Wee v Government of Malaysia and another appeal [2019] 12 MLJ 1; [2020] 1 CLJ 337 where the Federal Court held the threshold required to show the existence of a reasonable ‘cause of action’ was low and re......
  • NUR HAYATI BINTI AZIZI RASHID vs LANDMARK PROPERTY SDN BHD, 07-14-2020
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia)
    • 14 Julio 2020
    ...essential ingredients necessary to sustain a cause of action. 14. Thus, in Tony Pua Kiam Wee v Government of Malaysia and another appeal [2019] 12 MLJ 1 (FC), Justice Nallini Pathmanathan FCJ delivering judgment of the Federal Court) With the greatest respect, the Court of Appeal in the ins......
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