Lawyer: Ruling a triumph against banks’ exclusion clause


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  • Tuesday, 18 Dec 2018

PUTRAJAYA: Banks cannot use their exclusion of liability clauses as a defence from being sued for negligence, ruled the Federal Court, calling these “patently unfair and an injustice”.

Justice Balia Yusof Wahi found that it merited public policy for the court to interfere as the clause was patently unfair and an injustice to bank customers.

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