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service. Family Law governs the relationships between father, mom, and children in every household. Example is the Law that details out what to be executed and people not to be achieved in a household. Law of contract takes cost of the agreement made between two or more parties. Property Law governs the property own by people. Example of property is Land.

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[Note: When this article was first published on 18 August 2022, the amendments to the Employment Act were scheduled to come into force on 1 September 2022. In late August 2022, the government announced that the implementation date would be deferred to 1 January 2023. This article has been edited to reflect the new implementation date, with any new text in red.]

From 1 September 2022 1 January 2023, when the new Employment Act (“EA”) amendments come into force (See: Employment Act to apply to all employees from 1 January 2023, some sections subject to increased salary threshold of RM4,000/month), all employees with wages up to RM4,000/month will be entitled to overtime payments. This is a significant change from the pre-amendment EA, where generally only employees with wages up to RM2,000/month were entitled to overtime payments.

This widened scope will have a major financial impact on

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The High Court in Exxobrite Sdn Bhd v Value Plus Industries Sdn Bhd (grounds of judgment dated 29 July 2022) dealt with the moratorium effect of a judicial management order and the insolvency repercussions arising from the judicial management process.

Summary of the Decision and Significance
Grounds by: Nadzarin bin Wok Nordin J

The company, Value Plus, was placed into judicial management. As part of the judicial management process, the judicial manager had carried out the proof of debt exercise and drew up the judicial manager’s Statement of Proposal. The creditor, Exxobrite, had its debt admitted in the judicial management process.

While the judicial management order was still subsisting, Exxobrite issued a winding up statutory demand for the sum of approximately RM73,000.00.

Subsequently, Exxobrite filed a winding up petition based on both section 466(1)(a) and 466(1)(c) of the Companies Act 2016 (CA 2016). Section 466(1)(a) is

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