Exemption from stamp tax on instruments executed by a life-saving contractor or developer, i.e. a contractor or developer designated or approved by the Minister of Housing and Local Government to carry out renovation work on an abandoned project. Instruments are loan agreements and transfer instruments approved by the approved financier for the purpose of transferring resuscitated housing from the abandoned project. This applies to instruments executed by the contractor or developer who saves on january 1, 2013 or after January 1, 2013 and no later than December 31, 2020, no later than December 31, 2025. The Malaysian Inland Revenue Board (“MIRB”) has issued guidelines for applying for exemption from stamp duty. A number of injunctions concerning the Income Tax Act 1967 and the Stamp Act 1949 have also been issued. Are employees of a target company automatically transferred when a buyer acquires the shares of the target company? Does the same apply when a buyer acquires a business or asset of the target business? What documents do buyers and sellers usually indicate when acquiring shares, a business or an asset? Are there any differences between the documents used for the acquisition of shares, unlike a company or an asset? As provided for in the first list of the Stamp Act of 1949, this tax is based on the monetary value of the consideration or the market value of the property, whichever is greater. There are two types of customs duties, Ad Valorem Duty and Fixed Duty. Ad Valorem Duty is the customs duty that varies depending on the type of instrument and the consideration set in the instruments or the market value of the good. The fixed duty shall be established without reference to the counterparty indicated in the instrument or to the amount indicated in the instrument. it is not customary to (i) meet all the conditions precedent required of the financier; or (ii) confirmation of use by the financial(s) as a condition precedent in a sales contract (SPA). Asset Purchase: purchase of a collection of underlying assets and elements of the business instead of the vehicle and possibly the assumption of the liabilities of the relevant transaction. Are there, in particular, assets or liabilities related to the acquisition or disposal of an undertaking which cannot be excluded from the transaction by an agreement between the parties? Is it generally necessary to obtain consents or make declarations to ensure the transfer of assets or liabilities in the time of a business transfer? Homes must be rented under a legal lease agreement between the landlord and tenant.

Yes. Closing conditions that the seller must meet generally include the provision of securities (e.g. B share certificates or certificates of immovable property) and properly executed transfer instruments (e.g. B for shares in private companies, share transfer forms and decisions of the board of directors authorising the transfer of shares and, in the case of real estate transactions, b. the delegation agreement required for the immovable property]. .