Corporate & Business Law

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Commercial Agreements

Due Diligence Exercise

Trade Mark Registration

Mergers and Acquisitions

Joint Venture and Strategic Alliance

Shareholder’s Agreement


Most frequent questions and answers

There is a time limit for a bank to take legal action against a debtor which is 6 years from the date of providing the loan. If the time frame has passed, a borrower is no longer obliged to repay their debt.  

The director is not personally liable for the company debts due to the existence of the clause “corporate veil” which is to protect the director(s) of the company from being personally liable if the company is sued. However, the corporate veil can be lifted which means the director(s) can be sued instead of the company when there are judicial exceptions, statutory exceptions or any company liability in crime or tort is found.

When purchasing a business, the due diligence stage allows the buyer to assess the value of the business and to verify the information pertaining to the business in order for the interested purchaser to determine whether to proceed with the purchase.

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Partnership disputes
Shareholder Disputes
Winding-up & Bankruptcy
Land and tenancy disputes
Tort & negligence
Contractual disputes
Debt recovery, bankruptcy, insolvency and restructuring (including disputes involving Islamic Loan Agreements)
Sale and Purchase Agreement
Loan Agreement
Tenancy and Lease
Transfer of Estate Property
Perfection of transfer and charge
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Deed of Assignment
Deed of Receipt and Reassignment
Debt collection and recovery of Assets
Debt reconstructing
Divorce Planning
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Judicial Separation
Mediation / Settlement Agreement
Drafting will agreement
Probate and Administration
Will, Trust, Power of Attorney
Advisory and Establishment of Trust
Drug Offences
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White Collar Crimes
Mergers and acquisitions
Joint venture disputes and strategic alliance
Consumer Law
Insolvency and Liquidation
Corporate and Debt Restructuring