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Supreme Today Online (Subscriptions)

Price: RM 1,500

About SUPREME – TODAY Legal Software

SUPREME TODAY Legal software – This is an electronic database of Indian Law from the house of reputed law publishers of India in Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei. Marsden Law Book Sdn Bhd is its sole distributor. The combined efforts, of software programmers and law editorial staff with experienced law professionals, have produced a very authentic and result-oriented system. Now on software at RM1,500.00 a year only.

“SUPREME – TODAY” – is the single largest online collection on Indian law cases with weekly online updates to cater to all the legal needs of Law academies, Law firms, Law professionals, Law students, and Research scholars in India and around the globe.

SUPREME – TODAY – Covered full-text decisions of the Honorable Supreme Court of India and all High Courts judgments in India from 1818 to till date. We have incorporated Central Acts, Rules, Notifications, State enactments, Rules, and Notifications of various states also.

It includes the Supreme Court on Words Phrases by Justice ML Singhal.

Contracts Of Employment & Malaysian Industrial Law 2nd Edition

Price: RM 450
Offer Price: RM 300

Author: Marina Netto

In this book, Marina Netto skilfully lays out a method for comprehending and applying employment and industrial law that, in my opinion, will be very helpful to everyone in the legal profession and to those whose interests and jobs lead them to this specific sector. The application of the principle of restrictive immunity in the context of the termination of employees when the employer is a sovereign state in the USA, as in the case of Subramanian a/l Letchimanan v. The United States, are just a few of the topics that are covered in this edition. It also examines whether a foreign national can have a permanent contract of employment by thoroughly analyzing the local Federal Court case of Ahmad Zahri bin Mirza Abdul Hamid v. AIMS Cyberjaya

The Crystal Crown Hotel & Resort Sdn Bhd v. Kesatuan Kebangsaan Pekerja-Pekerja Hotel, Bar & Restoran Semenanjung Malaysia Federal Court case is also discussed because it offers crucial protection for the working poor as envisioned by the National Wages Council Consultative Act of 2011 and the Minimum Wages Orders from 2012 to 2020. This version additionally includes an analysis of significant international court rulings that readers should be aware of.
There was no better moment for the release of this second edition. This version will undoubtedly quickly establish itself as a classic that professionals in the field frequently mention.

Companies Winding Up in Malaysia

Price: RM390.00
Offer Price: RM330.00
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Authors: Datuk Wong Rhen Yen, T. Gunaseelan, SK Cheong, Nasser Hamid
Publisher: Marsden Law Book

This publication provides the reader with the latest position on applications to wind up a company and the competing interests of the parties that may be affected by the said winding- up proceedings. This will encompass the position of the creditors, the Debtor Company, directors, shareholders, contributories and liquidators.

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