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Commissioner for Oaths

A Commissioner for Oaths is an affirmer of affidavits and statutory declarations. They may also attest a Power of Attorney.

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Notary Public

a Notary Public can notarise and attest documents for overseas use (outside Malaysia) and has broader powers than a Commissioner of Oaths.

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By making a Will, you can determine the beneficiaries of your assets upon your passing and determine the distribution ratio of each beneficiary.


Legal Obligations of an Employer during a Retrenchment  

One of the many commercial decisions a financially distressed company might make is the retrenchment of its employees. We outline four legal obligations borne by an employer during a retrenchment.

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