In the realm of conveyancing practice, effective risk management is crucial. This webinar will explore strategies for identifying, assessing, and mitigating risks in property transactions. From thorough due diligence to implementing robust documentation processes, it delves into proactive measures that legal professionals can adopt to navigate potential pitfalls in conveyancing with confidence.
Haji Abdul Murad b Che Chik commenced his career with the Royal Malaysia Police in 1973. He read law at the International Islamic University (“IIUM”), graduating with a LL.B (Hons) in 1993 and a Masters in Comparative Laws in 1995. After graduation he served as a prosecutor at the Kuala Lumpur Magistrates and Sessions Court for 3 years.
He left government service to commence his legal career and was admitted as an advocate and solicitor to the High Court of Malaya in 1995. He has been in continuous active legal practice for the last 27 years. The areas of his practice are corporate legal advisory, commercial contracts, conveyancing and banking security documentation. He has provided corporate legal advice to several private and public listed companies.
Haji Abdul Murad previously served as Chairperson of the Bar Council Conveyancing Practice Committee (“CPC”) for 3 terms, including as Deputy Chairman for 4 consecutive terms. He is also a member of the SRO Enforcement Committee and is still serving as a member of CPC. Amongst others, he is a member of PEMUDAH(“TWGRP”) on Registering Property, a special task force under the Prime Minister’s Office (“PMO”) that monitors efficiency issues in the public service delivery system in registering property. It implements improvement programs to enhance Malaysia’s competitiveness in meeting with the World Bank’s “Doing Business” improvement initiatives.
He also a panel member of the Legal Profession Qualifying Board Malaysia for Bahasa Malaysia Qualifying Examination and was member of the Solicitor’s Cost Committee in 2017.
Haji Abdul Murad also served as a president of home buyers tribunal for 9 years consecutive and thereafter was appointed as member of the panel of experts to the Minister of Housing and Local Government for the year 2022.
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