– An introduction to our firm

YHA Law Firm

Yew Huoi, How & Associates (“YHA”) is an outstanding local Malaysian law firm dedicated to provide the best legal service to each of its discerning client. We are thoroughly versed in our core sectors of maritime, corporate and company related matters, commercial and insurance. We are trusted by our clients to resolve their most complex and complicated legal issues in the most time and cost efficient manner. Our firm is dedicated to work with our client to build our client’s business to the next level as we are here to serve our client’s legal needs for the long haul. We treasure and enjoy our long-term relationship with our client. We offer forward-thinking, long-term and viable legal resolutions, not short-sighted approaches.

Our dedication for excellence has earned the trust of our clients.

We are trusted by our
client to resolve their
most complex and
complicated legal
conundrum.

YHA specializes in the following areas. Our general litigation lawyers also cover all areas of civil and criminal litigation.

Why engage with us?

Independent, integrity and righteousness

As an advisor, advocate and a negotiator, we will constantly seek a result advantageous to our client. These functions will be performed with utmost integrity and righteousness.

Time and cost efficient solutions

Our firm makes it a reproach against engaging in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit and misrepresentation.

Sustainable development

We offer practical law approach so that legal issues are resolved expeditiously.

Professional enhancement

Our obsession with knowledge enable us to advise our client on the intricacies and perplexities of the law.

Our Team

Managing Partner
Legal Associate

We are trusted by our client to resolve their most complex and complicated legal conundrum.

What Our Clients Say

YHA Law Firm's Lawyer were very patient and professional with their clients. They're also very willing to help when the clients faced any problem after the transaction. Highly recommended.
Gan Chun Siang
The team at YHA has been instrumental in helping us put in place our documentation process as we are scaling up our business. In the process, they have been very patient and ever ready in giving us sound legal advises. They are also forward thinking in making sure that we are aware of any implications that may occur.

In a nutshell, they've been very helpful and accomodative to our requests. We highly recommend their services to our business partners, associates, friends and family
Dwi Emas
YHA Firm's lawyers not only willing to take over my case with less than 3 days to trial but managed to lighten the air within minutes with both the opposition and the judges with their friendly, fast thinking and great sense of humor.
Kelvin Tong

News and Updates

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This excerpt illuminates the foundational principles of judicial review as outlined in Order 53 of the Rules of Court 2012. It highlights the criteria for challenging public decisions on grounds of illegality, irrationality, or procedural impropriety. Central to the discussion is the question of timing in judicial review applications, particularly in cases of procedural unfairness. The practical scenario underscores the significance of a “decision” by the relevant authority as a prerequisite for locus standi, drawing insights from the case of Hisham bin Halim v Maya bt Ahmad Fuad & Ors [2023] 12 MLJ 714.

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This legal updates explore the principles governing the interpretation of agreements, emphasizing the importance of clarity and unambiguity in contractual terms. It delves into a key issue involving restrictions on remedies for breach of contract, shedding light on the court’s commitment to upholding plain meanings. The illustrative scenario involving shareholders X and Y dissects a pertinent clause, showcasing the delicate balance between restricting remedies and ensuring fairness in legal proceedings.

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In the intricate dance of land security and loan agreements, the ticking clock of the limitation period cannot be ignored. This excerpt delves into the critical understanding of how the 12-year limitation period, as prescribed by the Limitation Act 1953, plays a pivotal role in the enforcement of property charges in Malaysia. It elucidates the start time of this countdown and its legal implications, providing a comprehensive guide for both lenders and borrowers in navigating these time-sensitive waters.

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