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ZUL RAFIQUE & partners (ZRp) is a Kuala Lumpur-based law firm that was formed in December 1999. As a result of significant growth achieved since its inception, ZRp is now a large, broad-based commercial legal practice.

The firm is led by its founder and Managing Partner, Dato' Zulkifly Rafique who also spearheads the Corporate Department.

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Our vision is to provide our clientele with a solutions-oriented, comprehensive and integrated range of professional legal services and in the process, we strive relentlessly to surpass our exacting standards of service. We believe that being forward-looking and dynamic is our strength, and our commitment has always been to attain the highest standards in quality, client service and ethics.

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Knowledge Centre

Feb 28 2020 |

Announcement

Introducing our new practice areas: Corporate Liability & Risk Assessment | Legal Forensic Investigation & Compliance | Tax

ZUL RAFIQUE & partners takes pleasure in announcing our three new practice areas namely Corporate Liability & Risk Assessment, Legal Forensic Investigation & Compliance and Tax

Feb 28 2020 |

Announcement

ZUL RAFIQUE & partners welcomes newest Partner and Head of Tax Practice Group

ZUL RAFIQUE & partners welcomes newest Partner and Head of Tax Practice Group, Feruz Anwar Seth

Mar 15 2020 |

Legislation Updates

Employees Provident Fund (Amendment) Act 2019

The highlights of the Amending Act is the insertion of new Eight Schedule which allows a member to transfer his EPF contributions into the account of his lawful wife/s and the amendment of Section 39 which imposes travel bans on those with outstanding EPF and overdue contributions.

Mar 17 2020 |

Announcement

Garis Panduan Bagi Mengendalikan Isu-Isu Berhubung Penularan Wabak Covid-19 di Tempat Kerja

The Ministry of Human Resources Malaysia has issued “Garis Panduan Bagi Mengendalikan Isu-Isu Berhubung Penularan Wabak Covid-19 di Tempat Kerja” on 16 March 2020 following the spike in the active cases of COVID-19 and its various implications especially, in the field of employment. 

Mar 20 2020 |

Announcement

FAQs by Ministry of Human Resources in Relation to the Movement Control Order

The Ministry of Human Resources Malaysia has issued “Soalan Lazim (FAQs) Mengenai Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan Kementerian Sumber Manusia” on 19 March 2020 in relation to the Movement Control Order and Employment.

Mar 20 2020 |

Announcement

Employment FAQs on Movement Control Order Vol 1

Employment FAQs on Movement Control Order Vol 1 by ZUL RAFIQUE & partners' Employment and Industrial Relations practice group.

Mar 23 2020 |

Announcement

Malaysian Government Economic Stimulus and the People's Aid Package - Part 1

In light of the current economic situation amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, the Malaysian Government has prepared the Malaysian Government Economic Stimulus and the People’s Aid Package. The Government is also currently studying additional measures to aid the people during this crisis, and will be announcing a more comprehensive economic stimulus and people’s aid package on 30 March 2020.

Mar 24 2020 |

Announcement

Contract Law FAQs on Movement Control Order Vol 1

In light of the recent Movement Control Order (“MCO”) announced by the Malaysian government on 18 March 2020, many businesses particularly, those that do not fall under the "Essential Services" category find themselves in a quandary not only in terms of their daily operations but more importantly, in regard to their contractual obligations towards various other companies across the supply chains. In the first part of this publication, we shall address several frequently asked questions (FAQs) which would hopefully assist business owners in Malaysia specifically in treading through these challenging times.

Mar 24 2020 |

Announcement

FAQs by Ministry of Human Resources on the Movement Control Order Volume 2

The Ministry of Human Resources Malaysia has updated “Soalan Lazim (FAQs) Berkaitan Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan Kementerian Sumber Manusia Bilangan 2” on 23 March 2020. The MOHR’s FAQs on the Movement Control Order Volume 2 is in relation to Jabatan Keselamatan dan Kesihatan (JKKP) and Jabatan Perhubungan Perusahaan.

Mar 25 2020 |

Announcement

Companies Commission Malaysia | FAQs on AGMs and Filing of Documents during the Movement Control Order

The Companies Commission Malaysia has issued FAQs on AGMs and Filing of Documents during the Movement Control Order.

Mar 25 2020 |

Announcement

Bank Negara Malaysia’s FAQs In Relation to Movement Control Order

Bank Negara Malaysia has issued FAQ on Measures to Assist Individuals, SMEs and Corporates Affected by COVID-19: FAQs on Loan/Financing Deferment Measure on 25 March 2020; and FAQs on Access to Essential Financial Services during Movement Control Order (MCO) on 21 March 2020.

Mar 26 2020 |

Announcement

Employment FAQs on Movement Control Order Vol 2

Employment FAQs on Movement Control Order Vol 2 - Force Majeure and Frustration of Employment Contracts

Mar 26 2020 |

Announcement

Bursa Malaysia – Holding of Annual General Meetings and Related Issues amidst COVID-19 Outbreak

Application of para 9.22, 9.23 and 9.25(2) of Main Market Listing Requirements ('Main LR')

Mar 26 2020 |

Announcement

Bursa Malaysia Directives - Submission of Financial Statements by Listed Issuers within Prescribed Timeframe

Extension of time to comply with Para 9.22 and 9.23 of the Main Listing Requirements amidst COVID-19 and Movement Control Order.

Mar 27 2020 |

Announcement

BNM Additional Measures to Assist Borrowers/Customers affected by COVID-19 Outbreak

BNM Circular on Additional Measures to Assist Borrowers/Customers Affected by the COVID-19 Outbreak dated 24 March 2020.

Mar 27 2020 |

Legislation Updates

Tax FAQs - Inland Revenue Board Tax Deductions on Donations to COVID-19 Funds

On 26 March 2020, the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia (LHDNM) announced that incentives in the form of tax deductions would be given to taxpayers who provide donations, either in the form of cash or items, to certain designated recipients in an effort to contain the COVID-19 pandemic which is sweeping the nation.

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