ASSALAMU-ALAIKUM, I am writing in respect to our earlier email inquiries and consultations, though I know it has been a long time since my last email to you.
REASON FOR MY CONSULTATION:
My name is barrister Duncan Bright, a partner with Zaidibrahim and co law firm Malaysia, when I contacted you the first time, I wanted to discuss this issue with you, but I later changed my mind because of some certain reasons, but now I have made up my mind to tell you the reason, I contacted you in the first place.
One of my clients that died inter state here in Malaysia left behind some capital amount of money, and in Malaysia here, the law states that, when a person dies inter state, with out a will or a heir, after a specified frame of time, the government can then exercise there legitimate right for disbursement, or confiscation of the fund.
I do not want this kind of development, and this is my reason of contacting you.
Now, I want to know, if you are capable to handle this kind of transaction considering the money that is involved, because I have all the legal requirements to transfer this fund to you, under a legal arrangement that will protect us from any breach of the law.
Also, I want to know if there is any amount of money that will raise an eye braw, if transferred to your account.
I will like you to contact me on if you believe that you are capable to handle this proposal’