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Annual return is a summary of a company profile consist of general information about a company. It signed by a director or by the manager or secretary of the company and shall be lodged with the Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia (SSM) within one month from the date its AGM (Annual General Meeting ) held.   Annual […]

In China, the procedure for company de-registration is rather complicated, particularly in face of mainland customs and tax departments compare to register a new company.   According to China’s new company law, a company may have to be dissolved when one of the following conditions is met: 1. The business operation term as agreed in […]

Types of Business in Malaysia 4.1 Malaysia Representative Office set up 4.2 Letter of Origin Application 4.1 Malaysia Representative Office set up Set up Requirements : 1.   The headquarter or parent company must be a private limited company or public company. Sole proprietors or unlimited companies are not allowed to set up representative offices.

Benefits of Malaysia Company Benefits of Malaysia Company Introduction To Malaysia Law Benefits of Malaysia Company Vibrant Business Environment Malaysia’s market-oriented economy, supportive government policies and a large local business community that is ready to do business with international corporations have made Malaysia a highly competitive manufacturing and export base.

New Zealand trademark registration can be obtained for words, logo, numerals, slogan, device and more. It is provides legal right of exclusivity for use of the mark to the owner of the trademark. New Zealand trademark registration is however a long process involving multiple steps. In this article we cover the trademark registration process in […]

The legal basis of UK trademark law is the Trademark Law 1994. The United Kingdom is a member of the Paris Convention and the Madrid Protocol.  Conditions for the Registration of UK Trademarks Application for registration as a trademark symbol must be significant, that is able to distinguish their products or services with others to […]

Malaysia Trademark Registration, the protection is governed by the Trade Marks Act 1976 (TMA) and the Trade Marks Regulation 1997 (TMR). The TMA came into force on 1st September 1983, while the TMR, which repealed the initial Trade Marks Regulations 1983, was enforced on 1st December 1997.   With effect from 1 December 1997, service […]

Copyright in Malaysia is based on the Copyright Act 1987, copy refers to a reproduction of a work in written form, in the form of a recording or fill, or in any other material form. Copyright is one form of the intellectual property which is the legal right given to the copyright’s owner for a […]

  Procedures of Malaysia Company Formation: 1. Filling the application form 2. Sign an agreement 3. Make the payment 4. Company name search 5. Signing of documents in Malaysia 6. Complete the procedures at government departments 7. Receive full set company information 8. Opening of company bank account   When the Malaysia company formation required documents […]

Trademark Opposition (Trademark Objection) is a legal proceeding, available in most jurisdictions, in which a party seeks to prevent a pending application for a mark from being granted registration. Although the specific grounds for bringing an opposition vary by jurisdiction, typically, a party that believes it will be damaged by the resulting registration may oppose […]