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Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Nur Sajat’s assets to be seized for failing to pay damages


The court says Nur Sajat had failed to provide any update on the damages to be paid and ordered her assets, including a house in Kota Damansara to be seized. (Facebook pic)

PETALING JAYA: The Shah Alam High Court has ordered that assets belonging to Nur Sajat be seized after the cosmetics entrepreneur failed to pay her stockist RM200,000 in damages.

The court order was issued by deputy registrar Farah Wahida Md Nor on Nov 22 following an application by Nurwati Hussin, 41, and Mohamed Syakir Hussin, 32, of OWA Resources Sdn Bhd.

The decision was made after the High Court found that Sajat had not provided any update on the damages when she lost her appeal at the Court of Appeal in April.

Lawyers Nurul Hafidzah Hassan and Zeti Zulkifli , who represented Nurwati and Syakir, said their clients were focused on collecting the amount.

The seized assets, they said, would be sold to recover the sum.

“The writ to seize and sell the assets was pasted at the defendant’s premises today and if the defendant fails to pay the sum, all the assets will be seized and auctioned on Dec 14.

“If the money collected from the auction is insufficient, the defendants will seize other assets which can be auctioned off,” they said in a statement.

In July, a bankruptcy notice was filed against Sajat, who has since fled to Australia, after she failed to settle the sum. - FMT

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