Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) to hold hearing proceedings in abeyance for the first 6 months without EOT

Opposition:

The Registrar may allow the parties to the opposition to hold any opposition proceedings for the first 6 months due to any litigation matters that simultaneously going on in court(s) without any payment.

Requirements:

  1. Both the Opponent and the Applicant must be the parties that involved in the court proceeding;
  2. The case(s) must be litigated in Malaysian courts;
  3. The application for continuous holding the opposition proceeding in abeyance must be in writing and supported by relevant documents;
  4. Incomplete application (without supporting documents) will not be entertained and the relevant party is required to pay the usual EOT fee;
  5. The application must be applied 1 week prior to the expiry date.

The EOT will be charged as usual starting from the 7th month. However, the relevant party is still required to obtain approval from the Registrar by providing supporting documents every 3 months.

 

Ex-Parte Hearing:

The Registrar may allow the Applicant to hold any Ex-parte proceedings for the first 6 months due to any litigation matters that simultaneously going on in court(s) without any payment.

Requirements:

  1. The case(s) must be litigated in Malaysian courts;
  2. The Applicant is required to obtain consent from Registrar for every 3 months;
  3. The application for continuous holding the ex-parte proceeding in abeyance must be in writing and supported by relevant documents;
  4. Incomplete application (without supporting documents) will not be entertained and the Applicant is required to pay the usual EOT fee.
  5. The application must be applied 1 week prior to the expiry date.

The EOT will be charged as usual starting from the 7th month. However, the Applicant is still required to obtain approval from the Registrar by providing supporting documents every 3 months.

 

Effective from 1st November 2017