6B. Right of the owner to revise the base rate 6C. Tenant`s right when the base interest rate is revised Laws of Malaysia ACT 2124 Nothing in this subsection affects the liability of a person who is to be convicted of an offence under this Act. 2. Every officer designated under this Act who confiscates documents and goods in the exercise of his powers under this Division shall furnic as soon as possible a list of the documents and goods seized to the person from whom they are seized. 2. Where an insurance contract has given rise to a difference or dispute, the insured or the lessee of the rental contract in question, or a surety, may apply to the court, unless an injunction has already been issued to excuse the omission referred to in paragraph 1, that it be excused for not complying with or performing a provision or condition of the insurance contract; and if the court is the reason why the default can reasonably be excused on the ground that the insurer was not affected by the default, the court may order that the error be excused. (a) a lessee removes from the address indicated the goods contained in a rental agreement; or measures to enforce your rights should be taken immediately. You lose your rights twenty-one days after service or publication of this communication if you fail to take any action.

21. (1) Except as otherwise provided in this Act, a surety is not relieved of its security by reason of the application of this Act. (b) wilfully breach a requirement duly imposed on him or her by such an official in accordance with Section 50; or (c) fail to provide such an officer, without reasonable reason, with any other support or information that he or she may reasonably request for the purpose of carrying out his or her duties under this Act, 43. Any communication or document that must be served or issued under this Act or sent to an owner or lessee may be served, given or sent by the lessee, to conclude the purchase of goods covered by the contract and the amount resulting from interest on deferred payments to be paid even less – “mandatory” means, that are prescribed by the Minister under this Act; “legal rebate” – (a) reopen accounts already received between the parties; (b) relieve the Tenant and any surety of the payment of an amount in excess of that amount with respect to the cash price, the costs of conditions and other costs which, at the discretion of the Tribunal, must be paid in a fair and reasonable manner; 12. . . .