Intellectual Property Rights Policy

This Policy explains your rights in viewing and perusing our intellectual properties found on this website.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS POLICY

Effective Date: 1 January 2021

We and/or our content and technology providers (licensors) own all the IP rights

All rights on this website having its web address at https://www.lpplaw.my (the  “Platform”) and the content on this Platform (all texts, graphics, images, computer codes) including copyrights, design rights, patents, inventions, know-how, database rights, trade marks, source codes and any other intellectual property rights belong to Lee & Poh Partnership (hereinafter referred to as “LPP Law”, “we”, “us” or “our”, as the case may be) and/or our content and technology providers (Licensors). We have obtained the relevant consent or license before we used the content belonging to third parties.

 

We and/or our industry partners and/or clients own the trade marks

All trade marks, trade names, service marks and logos (“Trade Marks”) displayed on this Platform are proprietary to their respective owners and protected by applicable trade mark and copyright laws. Some of these Trade Marks may be registered or unregistered marks of LPP Law and/or our industry partners and/or our clients. We have obtained the prior consent of our industry partners and clients before we used their Trade Marks. You may not use any Trade Marks displayed on this Platform without the respective proprietors’ prior written consent.

 

We allow you limited use of the content displayed on this Platform

You are allowed to:

  • download and print out any part of this Platform for your own personal, non-commercial use, provided that the source is acknowledge and no changes to the content are made (this permission does not extend to any third party material included on this Platform);
  • link or refer to this Platform provided that LPP Law’s Trade Mark/name remains clear and visible.

You are not allowed to:

  • reproduce, adapt, store, distribute, transmit, print, display, perform, publish or create derivative works from any part of this Platform in any medium, without our prior written consent;
  • commercialise any information, products or services obtained from any part of this Platform, without our prior written consent.

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  • Apply for and extract the grant of probate.
  • Make arrangements for the funeral of the deceased.
  • Collect and make an accurate inventory of the deceased’s assets.
  • Settling the debts and obligations of the deceased.
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Note for Digital Executor:
If you wish to leave your digital assets to certain people in your Will, there are important steps that need to be taken to ensure that your wishes can be carried out:

  • Keep a note of specific instructions on how to access your username and password of your digital asset.
  • You are advised to store these private and confidential information in a USB stick, password management tool or write them down.
  • Please inform your executor or a trusted person of the whereabouts of the tools so that they will have access to your digital asset.
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