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About Eddie Law

 My family name is Law and 1st name is Eddie, hence, I chose LawEddie.com as my domain name (EddieLaw.com is not available). I was born in a very small and peaceful village in Sitiawan, which is located at about 180km from the north-west of the capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. 

I received 12 years of Chinese education in Malaysia and graduated from the law school of Anglia Polytechnic Uni, United Kingdom (currently known as Anglia Ruskin Uni). Thereafter, I have obtained the legal professional practising certificate and admitted to Malaysian Bar in 2002. I practised law during the beginning of my career for several years and thereafter have been the assistant to the CEO of a IT company.

In 2007, I founded www.eLawyer.com.my – a Malaysian law portal for the legal community to look for law jobs, law books, law resources, law news and many more. I am now a recruitment director in eLawyer, specialises in recruiting legal talents for law firms and large corporations.

My family name (Law) used to make many people to remember my profession too. Similarly, I hope this will help you to remember my blog too as one of the main topic of this blog is about the legal issues of internet, blogging and useful legal tips to our daily life e.g consumer rights, family laws, employment law…

Apart from talking about law, I will share with you some inspiring stories too, whether small or big stories. These could be my personal story, great achievement of someone or some websites, interesting stories and even my church stories.

Please subscribe to my blog by key in your e-mail address at the Home page, so that we could always keep in touch.

You may e-mail me at eddie [at] LawEddie.com

Please take note that though I love sharing my legal knowledge in this blog but I am in the position to advise any specific legal issue posted by you. As such, please forgive me if I do not reply some of your comments/questions. If you need free legal advice or legal aid, you may contact the Bar Council Legal Aid Center or the Legal Aid Bureau

82 Comments

82 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Ho Kwong Chin // Aug 1, 2007 at 6:10 am

    Hi. Congrats to you.

    I will support you. do keep up the good work.

    Regards
    Ho

  • 2 Eddie Law // Aug 1, 2007 at 6:40 am

    Dear Mr Ho,

    I also congrate you for the “double happiness”. Hope to see you around in my blog. really happy for you.

  • 3 joachim // Aug 16, 2007 at 11:18 pm

    hola mr. law,

    Good 2 know that u have a blog tis days. good luck in your new venture.

    all the best.

    tc

    rgds

  • 4 Eddie Law // Aug 17, 2007 at 1:49 am

    Hi my old friend mr. Joachim,

    Thank you very much for your support. Your participation will definitely brighten up my blog.Hope to see you around in my blog.I look forward to read your comments on my “legal tips posting”.

  • 5 June // Aug 27, 2007 at 3:59 am

    Hi there my friend!! Congrats on the birth of your daughter! I bet she’s beautiful! Sorry for not emailing you earlier; I’ve got a lot of things to settle over here. England is the same as when we were here the last time. :D Take care, my friend. You’ve got a cool site.

    June

  • 6 Eddie Law // Aug 27, 2007 at 10:42 am

    Hi June,

    Thanks for visiting me. Hope to see you around in my blog.

  • 7 S S Lim // Oct 8, 2007 at 9:57 pm

    Thank you for your nice review of my practice’s website. I have added your website to our links collection for Malaysian Law Sites.

  • 8 Eddie Law // Oct 9, 2007 at 11:24 am

    Thank you so much S S Lim. It means a lot to me.

  • 9 MyHomeMalaysia.com // Oct 21, 2007 at 5:43 am

    Hi Eddie,

    Thank you for dropping by our site! :D

    Your visit really means a lot to us. You have an interesting site here too! I’m sure your expertise would benefit many people out there. Keep up the good work! do come by often to check on updates, yah?

    Cheers~
    MyHomeMalaysia.com

  • 10 Jason Woo // Oct 25, 2007 at 10:54 pm

    Hiya Eddie, good effort on ur site. It’s very interesting indeed. Have a good one mate =O)

  • 11 Thomas Lee // Nov 14, 2007 at 11:41 am

    Dear Eddie,

    Well Done
    Wish All The Best To You !!

    Passion For Life

    Thomas Lee

  • 12 lukxiufung // Nov 21, 2007 at 9:40 am

    Hi, 1st time drop by! Will come more frequent because I think your blog is useful :)

    I saw you in on the WebMaster Gathering :P

  • 13 宝茹  // Nov 22, 2007 at 10:26 pm

    Thanks for visiting my blog o! :D

  • 14 cairn // Nov 22, 2007 at 10:27 pm

    佳音堂健豪,在搜寻张恩民牧师的新闻时连接到贵站。

  • 15 Josh // Dec 4, 2007 at 9:37 am

    I have added you to my blogroll.
    I thought you were eddielaw.com. Apparently it is a cybersquater.

  • 16 Malcolm // Dec 15, 2007 at 9:09 pm

    hi there…thanks for dropping by blog. Yes. I attended ACS Secondary but now working in KL. I am in the e-commerce software industry.

  • 17 K.Fen // Jan 24, 2008 at 1:28 pm

    Hi Eddie,

    Well done. Keep In Touch.
    May God bless you & your family.

    KF & Hubby…

  • 18 wency // May 31, 2008 at 12:50 am

    a good job, keep up the work, I will support u

  • 19 Edward Liang // Jun 15, 2008 at 8:11 am

    Well done Eddie, God Bless!

  • 20 CK // Jul 1, 2008 at 11:05 am

    Hi Eddie,
    It’s great to have a lawyer like you giving free advice and sharing on the internet. I am CK from Malacca. I have lots of trouble with the cracked wall in my house. The long cracks are lcoated at upstairs, some area has a gap larger than 1 cm. The same cracks can be seen at both sides of the wall. I kept quiet because I thought the developer will not help after 18 months of warranty period. Now I am worried of the wall collapse. Do I still have the right to complain to the developer and ask for compensation, although the house is 9 years old (built in 1999)?
    What can I do to get the developer to be responsible?
    Thank you.
    Rgds…CK

  • 21 Pinky // Jul 9, 2008 at 12:31 pm

    Hello Eddie,

    I’m 31 and I wish to make a will. Do you know around how much it will cost me?

  • 22 Eddie Law // Jul 9, 2008 at 2:08 pm

    Hi Pinky,

    The price of making a Will is depend on the complexity of the clause and the person who draft your Will. It should be around RM500.

    CK- If the warranty period has expired then I am afraid it is hard to held the developer liable.

  • 23 Victor // Jul 22, 2008 at 11:06 am

    Hi Eddie,

    This is Victor. We (wutravel.com) are interested to place some adds to your sites. If interested, please email me, or add my msn: chencheng2000@hotmail.com

    you can also goto our affiliate program page:

    http://www.wutravel.com/affiliate.html

  • 24 Eddie Law // Jul 22, 2008 at 11:18 am

    Hi Victor – I don’t mind to sell some ad spaces, if the terms are ok.

  • 25 Pin // Jul 28, 2008 at 11:32 pm

    My name is Pin. Like I always tell my number, you press me everytime you go to ATM :)

  • 26 Avatar // Sep 17, 2008 at 6:05 pm

    Hi! Good blog and do keep on posting.

    I think the eLawyer to be a great concept as well and it’ll definitely do well in the future :)

  • 27 Avatar // Sep 17, 2008 at 6:08 pm

    Eddie,

    Just 2 comments:

    1. Is your feedburner email subscription still working?

    2. Your blog looks fine in IE but it’s not well optimized in FireFox. Maybe you can look at getting it fixed one of these days.

    Rgds

  • 28 Sarah // Sep 18, 2008 at 10:43 am

    Eddie, a vital reference site for ALL bloggers. Any self-created chicklet that is freely available at your site which link to your URL? Bloggers can put it in their blogs so as to make other bloggers aware of the legal aspect of blogging.

  • 29 Eddie Law // Sep 20, 2008 at 10:48 pm

    Avantar – Thank you for your kind comment, I have fixed it.

    Sarah – Thank you for your tips.

  • 30 Jeffrey Ng // Oct 8, 2008 at 3:25 pm

    Hi Eddie,
    Our company, a representative office registered under MIDA, is relocating its regional office from KL to Bangkok effective 31st Dec 2008.
    Meanwhile, a retrenchment exercise has been carried out at the same time.
    Here are my questions on staff retrenchment as follows:
    1. Is there any need to file a retrenchement report to Labor Dept? If so, when is the deadline, which relevant dept and where to extract the necessary form?
    2. To calculate the retrenchment benefits, does wages include commission, fixed allowance (in our case, it is made seperate from our salary slip)or any other renumeration apart from the basic salary?
    3. If KL office ceased operation then, only one of the retrenched staff will be reappointed through a affiliated/sister company to handle some of the existing customers accounts in Malaysia and the new employment will take effect immediatelty after the retrenchment, will there be any breach of employment law here or legal complications should other staff who may want to take legal against the company if they felt being unfairly treated for not giving the job offer?
    Your soonest reply is appreciated as timing is critical here.

    Best regards,

  • 31 Eddie Law // Oct 8, 2008 at 3:43 pm

    Hi Jeff,

    Thank you for your enquiry.

    I assume that you must be asking from the employer prespective.

    Your case involve many issues, hence, it would not be possible for me to reply you here.

    I would suggest you to engage a lawyer to have a face to face consultation.

    Sorry for unable to help much.

  • 32 Inar // Oct 14, 2008 at 6:09 pm

    Hi Eddie Law,
    I’m sooo glad that u have started a blog like this for people, like me, who is stuck with the legal procedure and don’t know where to start.

    I want to file a divorce petition to my husband, but I don’t know who should I approach first, where should I go or what I should I do. (I live in KL, btw.)

    I tried very hard to look for a divorcee forum/group that is available in the vicinity of KL, on the internet, but to no avail. Is there such a self-help/support group here? I strongly believe that I need one for emotional support and therapy purpose (though my family is very very helpful at the present).

    Your advice is utmost crucial and invaluable to me. Thanks a lot.

    Cheers, Inar.

  • 33 Eddie Law // Oct 14, 2008 at 6:28 pm

    Hi Inar,

    You may engage a lawyer to help you to file divorce petition in court. Try to get your husband to consent on the divorce so that you can file a joint petition, which will save both of you a lot of time and cost.

    There is a marriage reconciliation center in KL, near Jln Sultan Ismail.

    If you need support and counseling you may visit http://www.family.org.my/

  • 34 Inar // Oct 18, 2008 at 11:51 pm

    Thanks a lot for your prompt reply. Hopefully the website u give will provide further info for what I’m looking for.

    Thanks and have a nice weekend.

  • 35 S.P. Ting // Dec 8, 2008 at 6:55 pm

    Dear Eddie,

    I have a problem concerning having sold a lot of goods to a customer and received bounced cheques from them. What is your advice

  • 36 Amy // Dec 22, 2008 at 8:56 am

    Hi Glad to come to know you thru Rachel Loo

  • 37 Eddie Law // Dec 27, 2008 at 12:24 pm

    Hi Amy, I am glad to meeting you too.

  • 38 Eddie Law // Dec 27, 2008 at 12:25 pm

    S. P. Ting,

    You may engage a lawyer to sue the customer and claim back your money.

  • 39 S.P. Ting // Dec 27, 2008 at 10:29 pm

    Can I consult you on this matter face to face? Where is your office based at? Or a phone number if possible.

    Your early reply would be very much appreciated.

  • 40 wahida // Jan 22, 2009 at 9:52 pm

    hi eddie..
    i have a situation..hope you can help me..
    in the case where a sub-contractor sued a main contractor who failed to make payment for the contract, can the main contractor bring the ‘client’ and also the consultant of the client to be as the co defendant on the ground that due to the advise of the consultant, the client did not pay the main contractor which result to the non-payment to the sub contractor.

    i’m sorry if it seem complicated since my english wasnt that good but i do hope that you can help me..–consider it as a toturial question..i wont use it/relied on it as legal advise–:P
    thank you

  • 41 Eddie Law // Jan 27, 2009 at 2:10 pm

    wahida – i believe your question is concerning the laws of privity of contract and third party action.

    You may examine the fact of your case with these 2 principle of laws.

  • 42 Sheau Huey // Feb 3, 2009 at 6:59 pm

    is law interesting? what is the most difficult part when you studying law? i wanted to pursue law, but i do not have confidence whether i am suitable for this… i wanted to know more about the secret recipe, so that i can have a better grasp in pursuing law…

  • 43 Eddie Law // Feb 9, 2009 at 4:47 pm

    Sheau Huey – law will be interesting to you if you like history.

    I guess the most difficult part is to memorise a lot of cases and statutes during your study, so you should be someone who don’t have “memory-phobia”…hahaha

    There is no secret recipe, however, some of the characteristic or skill that will make a good lawyer are 1. annalytical, 2. good language skill
    3. hardworking.

  • 44 PCChan // Feb 20, 2009 at 10:49 pm

    Hi Eddie,

    Glad I came across your blog while browsing the net for Malaysian matrimonial law because it has given me further insight in the options I have towards my plight.

    However, your information regarding adultery not being a jailable offence doesn’t ring true because a police snippet shown over Astro specifically states it as so!

    I am not sure if it may be so only under certain circumstances. Do you mind clarifying?

    Thank you for doing a wonderful job in helping lay people like us who are ignorant of most legal matters.

  • 45 Sherry // Apr 5, 2009 at 9:31 pm

    hi, I also get email from wutravel, like to know if it can be trusted? I found you from google search :)

  • 46 Natasha // Apr 21, 2009 at 12:34 pm

    Dear Mr. Eddie,

    Hai, just want to share your victory…hope you can reply my email…thanks

  • 47 PS // Apr 28, 2009 at 2:12 pm

    Sherry, I also got something similar. I checked out the Singapore business registration at http://www.acra.gov.sg and could not find “wutravel” or even”travel”. Smells fishy to me. Maybe they are phishing for account numbers. Eddie, what’s your experience?

  • 48 PS // Apr 29, 2009 at 12:27 pm

    Ha, this is definitely a phishing scam. My friend in Singapore told me that their address is a HDB flat. Plus there is no business entity of such name.

  • 49 Aryca // Nov 5, 2009 at 12:20 pm

    Dear Eddie, sorry to interrupt your busy schedule. What is your definition of ‘Unenforceable Agreement’ in related to Hire Purchase Act. If within 14 days the Owner sent an unstamped copy of the HP Agreement to the Hirer. Does it consider as unenforceable agreement?
    Where do i start looking for cases similar like this?
    Thank you in advance Eddie. I really hope to hear from you soon.

  • 50 Eisten // Nov 27, 2009 at 3:03 pm

    Hi, Eddie.
    Nice place to get law info.
    I did sent you an email for some questions, hope can get your reply soon.
    Furthermore, i did realise about the parallel imports, how the item can be categories as parallel imports?
    Another question, how are we protected if we awarded the sole agentship, but others are selling the same products in internet without my consent?

    I do really hope you can provide more ideas or info about the Cyber Law for the e-commerce, nowsaday, lot of e-commercers in Malaysia.. haha.
    Thanks ya!

  • 51 afid wong // Dec 10, 2009 at 10:42 am

    Hi Eddie,

    Your blog is sooo interesting! I’ve been reading lots of your article in these few months.
    anyway, i have something in my mind, so just wanna know what is the effect of signing a blank form of contract?
    i mean..client signing the paper, the client’s details fill in by the insurance agent-does it binds the parties altogether though there were wrong details of parties inserted by the agent? can the contract be considered as a voidable contract?

    Thanks Eddie!

  • 52 Jocelyn // Jan 6, 2010 at 11:53 am

    Hi , Eddie Law,

    I’m jocelyn here , I’m facing the problem with divorce … I don’t know where to start for the legal procedure …

    I want to file a divorce petition to my husband, but I don’t know who should I approach first, where should I go or what I should I do …

    hope U can show me the best way to solve for it , TQ !

  • 53 Yang Chor Juen // Jan 8, 2010 at 2:13 am

    Dear Eddie Law,

    I have some legal issues with a company, not sure whether I could get some consultation from you

  • 54 Cassandra Lai Fun Tze // Mar 10, 2010 at 6:35 am

    A construction project work in our neighborhood is being carrying out since Feb. this year 2010.
    The dust and remnant from that house has spread over to our home and other neighbor’s home.
    My mother in law, my husband And I were suffering terrible skin irritation and reddish. Please advice what steps and actions do we need to do stop these harmful action to our household ? can we ask for compensation?

  • 55 sharifah // May 7, 2010 at 9:56 pm

    hello uncle! i’m so glad to find your blog!
    by now,i’m really confidence to choose law after spm… thanks a lot!
    :D

  • 56 Sile CHOCS // May 27, 2010 at 7:33 am

    Hi Eddie,Our company, a representative office registered under MIDA, is relocating its regional office from KL to Bangkok effective 31st Dec 2008.Meanwhile, a retrenchment exercise has been carried out at the same time.Here are my questions on staff retrenchment as follows:1. Is there any need to file a retrenchement report to Labor Dept? If so, when is the deadline, which relevant dept and where to extract the necessary form?2. To calculate the retrenchment benefits, does wages include commission, fixed allowance (in our case, it is made seperate from our salary slip)or any other renumeration apart from the basic salary?3. If KL office ceased operation then, only one of the retrenched staff will be reappointed through a affiliated/sister company to handle some of the existing customers accounts in Malaysia and the new employment will take effect immediatelty after the retrenchment, will there be any breach of employment law here or legal complications should other staff who may want to take legal against the company if they felt being unfairly treated for not giving the job offer?Your soonest reply is appreciated as timing is critical here.
    +1

  • 57 Tang Hun Wee // Jul 17, 2010 at 1:33 am

    Need legal adv for unethical businessman using my streamyx account without my notice and approval for the past 3 yrs. Now, he asking me to cancel the account because he changes my name to his for the past 3 yrs. CAn we sue him?

  • 58 ming // Aug 10, 2010 at 1:59 pm

    Hi Eddie,nice to meet you.

  • 59 Sad // Sep 7, 2010 at 12:21 pm

    Hi Eddie, I just noticed. Happy Birthday and Happy Returns.

  • 60 Creed21 // Dec 9, 2010 at 6:06 pm

    Hi Eddie,
    I am just wondering if i would be able to do my CLP. I am currently doing my final part 1 UOL external programme, i did my inter somewhere in 2006. As what i have been told, i am suppose to complete my law degree within 4 years in order to do my CLP. I am a bit worried about this issue and i hope that you could provide me with an answer .
    Thank you.

  • 61 Creed21 // Dec 17, 2010 at 6:04 pm

    I’m referring to my comment made on the Dec 9. Can anyone provide me with an answer to the question which i have posed? I tried calling CLP Board but wasnt really helpful. Help me please!
    Thank you.

  • 62 Sebastian // Jan 28, 2011 at 10:32 pm

    hello Eddie,
    a recent case has caused a stir in malaysia, and im referring to an indian restaurant suing a blogger & google. i just read your blog regarding “Blogging and the Law” and i do agree on self-censorship practice. However in this case,i believe that the defendant did not practice it. What is your opinion on this?

  • 63 raj // Jun 6, 2011 at 10:30 pm

    Hai sir hw ru, im raj working as police personel wt SPM cert.only and working experiance 22 years in force..im really interested wana futher my studies as a lawyer so really need ur opinions n advise Sir… tq

  • 64 lee // Aug 16, 2011 at 3:38 pm

    Hi, Eddie,

    is there a restriction period to chamber after pass the CLP?
    In other words, can i only chamber 2 yrs after I pass my clp?

  • 65 Sara // Oct 18, 2011 at 1:12 am

    Is a JD from Harvard recognised in Malaysia? What about a LLM or Phd from Harvard? I plan to further my studies there. Thank you

  • 66 Rin // Dec 27, 2011 at 1:04 pm

    Hai sir,
    I am universiti student.I have 1 assignment question that in connection with malaysia labour law. I allready search in all books but cannot get the proper answer.The question is “Company XYZ is in financial difficulty and intends to cease operation with immediate effect. It has over 200 employees,services ranging from 5 years to 60 years. What should the senior management do to avoid labour dispute?” Can please give me the details.

  • 67 LeeNee // Jan 19, 2012 at 2:30 pm

    Hi Eddie,

    Nice to meet you. I’m so impressed by your blog here, & out of sudden I feel that u r great. +U

  • 68 Eddie Law // Jan 19, 2012 at 2:36 pm

    Hi Lee Nee – nice to meet you too. I am just a very ordinary man.:)

  • 69 johnathan // Feb 5, 2012 at 8:35 pm

    Dear Eddie,

    Hope you can help me on this issue. I am interested to pursue Bachelor Of Jurisprudence external programme run by UM. I do have the minimum requirement which are 2 STPM passes and many SPM passes including BM.

    Lets say by GODs grace I do complete the BOJ programme will I definitely be able to sit for CLP? I have been reading around and asking around but as far CLP is concerned there always seems to be some kind of uncertainity of the entry requirement, especially as time goes by ito the future.

    Or should I just go for UOL LLB external instead which maybe can gurantee a sure path to sit for CLP?

    I hope you will be kind enough to advice me on this.

    Thank you Eddie.

  • 70 Eddie Law // Feb 6, 2012 at 7:51 pm

    Hi Jonathan,

    The current requirements of legal professional qualificatoin can be obtained from Legal Qualifying Board. However, there is proposal of doing away the CLP with replacement of Common Bar Exam. Nevertheless this proposal is still at very preliminary stage. I believe as long as you comply with the current requirements, your degree qualification should be recognised.

  • 71 Paula // Mar 2, 2012 at 12:27 am

    Hi Eddie,

    Good to find you! Firstly, when I read that you are from Sitiawan, I already felt ‘closeness’ somehow. I am from Ayer Tawar, quite close right?

    My brother is staying in JB and is working as a bus driver for a bus company operating shuttle service to/fro JB and Spore. Few days ago, his bus (when he was at the Singapore Immigration side) knocked over a fence and was asked to pay a CASH amount of about S$2700 of compensation to ICA (Immigration and Customs Authority of Singapore) before he can be ‘freed’. They took his finger prints and detained his passport and bus and was told to get CASH otherwise he may be detained. Of course, after 5 hours at the ICA, his company’s rep finally came with that amount of CASH and he was then ‘released’. What I do not understand is that legally can ICA detained a malaysian just because he accidently damaged their property? Isn’t that a case of insurance claim? And demanding and insistence of CASH payment… is that within their legal rights? Also my brother was asked to make some ‘statement’ with ICA confirming the incident and then he was refused a copy when asked for a copy of it. I felt like my brother was ‘victimised’ and ‘bullied’ overseas. What is worse now is that his company is not claiming insurance but to claim against him (docking from his miserable pay). What redress can he seek? Please advise.

  • 72 Eileen Ooi // Mar 16, 2012 at 8:37 am

    Hello Mr Law,

    While I understand and appreciate that unhappy customers have various avenues to seek compensation from unscrupulous businesses, I have not been able to find any “eAduan”-type avenues for proper law-abiding businesses to seek their dues from customers who refuse to pay.

    Both my sister-in-law and I work in (different) private educational institutions. At present, there seems to be nothing that we can do to obtain fees that are in arrears (sometimes for months and runs into thousands of ringgit). Suspension (or expulsion) of such students just makes them happier, since they still wouldn’t have to pay anything anyway.

    Can you please shed some light on this, even if it is just to confirm that “yes, there is no such thing in Malaysia at the moment”. I really appreciate this.

    Thank you.

    Yours sincerely
    Eileen Ooi

  • 73 Eddie Law // Mar 16, 2012 at 10:17 am

    Hi Eileen

    Unfortunately you has no department to complain to save for taking civil legal action against the debtors in order to recover your debts.

    That means you need to engage lawyer to sue them and once the judgment debtor sum exceeds RM30k then you can consider to sue him/her for bankruptcy.

  • 74 Eileen Ooi // Mar 16, 2012 at 10:46 am

    Hi Mr Law

    Thank you for your prompt reply. Now, it looks like the most expedient and time/cost-effective thing we can do would be to suspend/expel such students after a suitable grace period. Thanks again; we appreciate it.

    Best wishes
    Eileen Ooi

  • 75 Eddie Law // Mar 16, 2012 at 11:10 am

    Eileen – perhaps a letter of demand from lawyer may work. It cost about RM100 – 250 per letter, I guess.

  • 76 S.K.Nathan // Jun 6, 2012 at 3:40 pm

    A Good Local Blog. Very Informative. Keep It Up Eddie Law. PEACE

  • 77 siti hajar // Jul 9, 2012 at 5:40 pm

    Hi Eddie,

    May I know, how much is the cost to hire a lawyer for a medicolegal case?

  • 78 Asyrof Asri // Jul 15, 2012 at 7:18 am

    ASsalammualaikumWarohmatullah …have a nice day .. this first time im visiting here ..

    Actually me as Al-Azhar University student ..in Bachelor Syariah & Laws ..in year 2 …

    insyaAllah i’ll always search for some info in your blog ..

    Well Done
    Wish All The Best To You !!

    Passion For Life

    Regards

    Asyrof Asri here ..

  • 79 Eddie Law // Jul 15, 2012 at 10:10 pm

    Siti – the legal fees for litigation lawyer depends on the complexity of the case and the experience level of the lawyer. No standard fees

  • 80 Eddie Law // Jul 15, 2012 at 10:12 pm

    Hi Asyrof – thanks for kind words and glad that you like my blog.

  • 81 Lye Tong // Dec 11, 2013 at 6:46 am

    Hey Eddie,

    As a Malaysian law student myself, i couldn’t say enough how useful your blog is to me! Im so thankful that there are people like you who provide guidance especially to people like me who are unsure of how the legal scene operates in malaysia! just wanted to sincerely thank you for your effort! :)

    Take care and god bless

    Lye Tong.

  • 82 Eddie Law // Dec 11, 2013 at 9:53 am

    Hi Lye Tong,

    I am glad that you like my blog and please also feel free to visit my company blog http://www.elawyer.com.my/blog I am sure you may find it useful too.

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