Amanah Merchant Bank Bhd v. Lim Tow Choon [1994] 1 MLJ 413

This case concerned the construction of a clause in a Letter of Guarantee which relates to service by post. The Supreme Court agreed with Mr. Benjamin Dawson’s submission that that since the notice of demand had been correctly addressed, prepaid and delivered to the post office and acknowledged by the postal authority, it was deemed to have been received by the guarantor under the provision of the Letter of Guarantee.

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