*note: this is just meant to be a preliminary pointer about what you have do when you make a mistake with your papers. To ensure accuracy, liase with the Bar Council + KL Bar officers in charge, who will make sure you file the right papers. For amendments to Borang 1, click here! Part 2 … More Amending Mistakes in Your Pupillage Papers Part 2: Amendments to Affidavits.
*note: this is just meant to be a preliminary pointer about what you have do when you make a mistake with your papers. To ensure accuracy, liase with the Bar Council + KL Bar officers in charge, who will ensure you file the right papers. The pupillage Borangs are non-intuitive – filling them in wrongly … More Amending Mistakes in Your Pupillage Papers Part 1: Borang 1.
No idea what pupillage is about and what the procedures are like? Worried about making mistakes in your pupillage papers? Just want a guide? The following are quite useful guides every pupil should read during their pupillage, esp before they file any papers. The most comprehensive published guide so far is the KL Bar’s Pupillage … More MUST READ before you start pupillage!
I’ve been there. This guide is supposed to be helpful (but it isn’t). You don’t have to go to the LPQB building for this – just go on this site! https://elpqb.agc.gov.my/CLP/bm/user/status.php You probably have to register an account beforehand though. (And note – you have to get a notary public/government servant to ctc your SPM cert, … More Help, the LPQB site is a maze! How do I apply for my BM exemption cert?
Stuck at Istana Kehakiman for some matter and urgently need to photocopy? No worries! Just go to the library on the ground floor, hand them your document, and make payment at the service counter/ATM machine at a different part of the ground floor. Note: prices are steep at RM1 per page, so only for emergencies! … More Oh no! Where can I make photocopies at the Palace of Justice?
Oh no, you’ve been asked to conduct a file search! What is a file search? A file search is basically something that allows you to read and/or print all the court documents filed in a case, with a time limit of 30 minutes each payment. What’s the difference between an online file search and a … More How to Conduct an Online File Search
Landed with a criminal case in your mostly-civil-practice-only firm and someone has asked you to file something but gave no instructions? Or worse, they themselves have no clue how it’s filed? It’s okay. This is basically how it works. Unlike civil court cause papers (which all have to be efiled either electronically or through the … More How do I File Court Papers for Criminal Matters?
Rushing to the RKKK counter to deal with your pupillage papers but not sure if it’s still open? Got you covered! RKKK Counter – Opening Hours Monday – Thursday: 8:30am – 12:30pm 2:00pm – 3:30pm Friday: 8:30am – 12:15pm 2:45pm – 3:45pm
Physically filing a document for a civil case in KL and unsure if you’ll make it to court in time? Here are the opening hours of the payment and service counters in the KL Court! Efiling service bureau: Payment counter: Efiling service bureau: Monday – Thursday: 8:30am – 3:30pm Friday: 8:30am – 12pm; 2:45pm – … More Opening Hours – efiling service bureau and payment counters (KL Court)
Asked to wait for months before your long call date at the KL Court, and wondering if you can be called at an earlier date at some other court? Here’s what you can do: 1. Get your instrument of admission from the Malaysian Bar (just tell them you want to be called at another court). … More How to be Long-Called at a Different Court.