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Probate & Administration in Malaysia

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Author: Dato R. K. Nandy
ISBN: 9789671756379
Publication Date: Jan 2024
Publisher: Marsden Law Book Sdn Bhd

Categories: , Product ID: 10956

Description

This book provides an in-depth discussion of the law and procedure in Malaysia relating to the grant of probate by the High Court both under contentious and non-contentious proceedings. It also focuses on the law and procedure for the administration of estates by the High Court ranging from the appropriate application for letters of representation to the process of distribution to the beneficiaries.

The book further keeps the focus on the law and procedure relating to the administration of estates by the administrative bodies of the Estate Distribution Division and the Public Trust Corporation (Amanah Raya Berhad). It also discusses the Islamic Estate Administration guided by the Syariah Court. This book cites more than 400 cases.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 THE OFFICE OF THE PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
1.1 INTRODUCTION
1.2 APPLICABLE LAW
1.3 OFFICE OF THE EXECUTOR
1.4 OFFICE OF THE ADMINISTRATOR
1.5 SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS OF THE PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES

CHAPTER 2 PROCEDURES IN THE HIGH COURT
2.1 INTRODUCTION
2.2 NON-CONTENTIOUS & CONTENTIOUS PROBATE PROCEEDINGS
2.3 CONTENTIOUS PROBATE PROCEEDINGS

CHAPTER 3 ADMINISTRATION UNDER THE SMALL ESTATES DISTRIBUTION ACT 1965
3.1 INTRODUCTION
3.2 Petition For Distribution
3.3 Procedure upon lodging petition
3.4 Stay of proceedings
3.5 Service of notice of application for distribution
3.6 Minors or persons of unsound mind as representatives
3.7 Hearing procedure of applications
3.8 “COLLATERAL DISPUTES”
3.9 POST-HEARING PROCEDURE
3.10 SUMMARY DISTRIBUTION OF SMALL ESTATES & LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION PENDENTE LITE
3.11 LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION
3.12 FURTHER APPLICATIONS
3.13 APPEALS & OTHER PROVISIONS

CHAPTER 4 PROCEDURES IN THE PUBLIC TRUST CORPORATION AMANAH RAYA BERHAD
4.1 INTRODUCTION
4.2 Administration of estates by Amanah Raya Berhad

CHAPTER 5 AL’WASSIYAH: THE MUSLIM WILL
5.1 INTRODUCTION
5.2 Al-WASSIYAH AS DEFINED BY THE FOUR (4) SUNNI SCHOOLS
5.3 THE FOUR (4) CONDITIONS OF AL-WASSIYAH
5.4 A MAXIMUM BEQUEST OF 1/3 (ONE-THIRD)
5.5 THE EXECUTOR
5.6 AL-FARAID IN THE CONTEXT OF AL-WASSIYAH
5.7 ADVANTAGES OF AL-WASSIYAH
5.8 THE STATUTORY POSITION OF AL-WASSIYAHIN MALAYSIA
5.9 AL-MUSI [THE TESTATOR]
5.10 AL-MUSALAHU [THE BENEFICIARY]
5.11 AL-MUSABIHI [THE SUBJECT-MATTER]
5.12 SIGHAH [OFFER & ACCEPTANCE]
5.13 WASSIYAH WAJIBAH [OBLIGATORY BEQUEST]
5.14 COMMENTARY

CHAPTER 6 “AL-HIBAH”: The Islamic Gift -Intervivos
6.1 INTRODUCTION
6.2 CONDITIONS PRECEDENT IN HIBAH
6.3 THE STATUTORY POSITION OF HIBAH IN MALAYSIA
6.3.1 Hibah viz-a-viz Section 26 of the Contracts Act 1950
6.4 THE FORMALITIES OF HIBAH
6.5 HIBAH & TRUST: HIBAH AMANAH
6.6 HIBAH TRUST & THE CONVENTIONAL LIVING TRUST
6.7 COMMENTARY

CHAPTER 7 HARTA SEPENCARIAN: Matrimonial Division of Property
7.1 GENERAL PRINCIPLES

CHAPTER 8 ADMINISTRATION OF MUSLIM ESTATES
8.1 INTRODUCTION
8.2 DISTRIBUTION OF A MUSLIM ESTATE – Faraid Distribution

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Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 28 × 21 × 5 cm

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