Appeals Court dismisses JJ's mother's bid to adduce further evidence in appeal


PUTRAJAYA: The mother of Tan Sri Jamaluddin Mohd Jarjis failed in her application in the Court of Appeal to adduce further evidence in her appeal relating to a civil suit seeking to include company shares as part of her late son's estate.

A three-member bench comprising Justices Datuk Lee Swee Seng, Datuk Hadhariah Syed Ismail and Datuk M.Gunalan dismissed Aminah Abdullah's application with costs of RM5,000 on Tuesday (May 17).

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