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HOW TO DISCHARGE FROM BANKRUPTCY

New MessageHOW TO DISCHARGE FROM BANKRUPTCY (modified 0 times) BEENUSED
I HAD BEEN BANKRUPTCY FOR ALMOST 15 YEARS BEING AS A GUARANTOR FOR A FRIEND LOAN. PLEASE
HELP AND ADVISE HOW TO DISCHARGE FROM BANKRUTCY. WHERE IS THE DEPARTMENT I HAS TO LOOK FOR. YOUR HELP IS VERY MUCH APPRECIATED.
05 Jun, 2009 10:34:08

New MessageHOW TO DISCHARGE FROM BANKRUPTCY (modified 0 times) Peter John Huang
hi BEENUSED - here is the department - go there to get the "bankruptcy discharge" info.

Jabatan Insolvensi Malaysia (JIM)
Also known as the Department of Insolvency Malaysia in English term. Established in 1949 as the Bankruptcy Office. In 1963, the Office was renamed Jabatan Pemegang Harta Malaysia. On October 1, 2003, the Department was again renamed the Jabatan Insolvensi Malaysia (JIM). JIM is a department under the purview of the Bahagian Hal Ehwal Undang-Undang, Jabatan Perdana Menteri (Legal Affairs Division, Prime Minister's Department). The JIM official website features services (Management of company liquidation and bankruptcy cases), glossary of terms, bankruptcy flow chart and statistic, company winding up process and statistic, official search statistic, What you need to know (Bankruptcy, Liquidation-Company winding up, Accounts, Search services)
http://www.bheuu.gov.my/jim/

05 Jun, 2009 11:31:02

New MessageHOW TO DISCHARGE FROM BANKRUPTCY (modified 0 times) Peter John Huang
hi BEENUSED,

Sorry, the above given website address does not work. Use below website instead.

http://www.insolvensi.gov.my/

05 Jun, 2009 11:42:18


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