Banks cannot hide behind exclusion clauses, says court

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  • Saturday, 25 Feb 2017

PUTRAJAYA: The exclusion of liability clause cannot shield a bank from being sued for negligence, ruled the Court of Appeal.

The judgment was in regards to a suit brought by British couple Anthony Lawrence Bourke and Alison Deborah Essex Bourke against CIMB Bank Bhd over a banking error that cost them a piece of property in Kuala Lumpur.

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