Dear valued clients, colleagues and friends,
In the age of the Internet and technology, banking scams and fraud abound. Where such bank fraud is committed, it is often the case that the fraudster disappears and their identity remains unknown.
How courts grant relief where the identity of the perpetrator of a bank fraud is unknown was addressed in two Malaysian court decisions in 2021. It is hoped that the principles set down in these cases will facilitate the access and recourse to justice by litigants who have fallen victim to bank fraud schemes.
Our Dispute Resolution Partner, K. Shanti Mogan, together with our Associate, Manpreet Kaur Sandhu have co-authored an article titled “Now you see me, now you don't: what can be done if a bank fraudster's identity is unknown?”.
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For further information on this topic, please contact K. Shanti Mogan or Manpreet Kaur Sandhu.