In Malaysia, for administration of justice, courts are established to ease the process of administration of justice.
For family law In Malaysia, although it is not prevalent for a promise to marry to exist, however in some situations, such promise still occurred. The law governing family law in Malaysia is Law Reform (Marriage & Divorce) Act 1976 (“LRA 1976”).
Estate law in Malaysia governs administration of estate of person who passed away and left property in Malaysia. “Estate” is defined as all money and property that a person owns, especially everything that is left when he dies, the distribution which is required by law, can only be effected when death is proven.
Economic activities are the drivers of Malaysia’s growth as a nation. To facilitate thriving economic activities, there must be business vehicles created under the law for that purpose. Different types of business vehicles include company, partnership, sole proprietorship and corporate.