Mr Mustaq Ahmad, founder of the iconic Mustafa Centre, has failed in his appeal to strike out his step-sibling's high-stakes lawsuit against him, an outcome that takes the case closer to the prospect of a full trial.
Judicial Commissioner Mavis Chionh dismissed the appeal last week after a four-hour hearing where, unlike the earlier round, both sides raised representation levels with a senior counsel each.
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