(2) A hire-purchase agreement entered into before any amendment or modification of the deletion or addition of a schedule to this Act is not affected by that amendment, amendment, deletion or addition, and the Act continues to apply or does not apply to such hire-purchase agreements. Laws of Malaysia ACT 21254 (b) for the performance of an obligation in relation to goods other than the goods contained in the hire-purchase agreement, the contract so concluded is invalid unless the contract is performed by the guarantor in the presence of a judge, commissioner of oath or notary. 7. All amounts payable in respect of insurance, except amounts payable in respect of automobile insurance for the second and subsequent years, are part of the hire purchase price. 4.4 If the buyer wishes to order from factor transactions that are not specified in the contract (e.B. Introduction of changes in the contract), the buyer must pay the factor the contract fee or other fee according to the price list of the postman or, after consent of the buyer and the postman, other service fees. 9.3 Upon conclusion of the contract, the Buyer gives the Seller and the Factor its consent to the use of the data provided by the Buyer (including the name and contact details of the representative) for marketing purposes – in particular for the sending of offers and marketing information about the products and services offered by the Seller and the Factor, i.e. for direct marketing via means of communication (including e-mail). The buyer has the right to revoke this consent at any time by submitting the corresponding statement of intent to the seller or the postman in a format that can be reproduced in writing.
(2) In any hire-purchase agreement, an implied condition must be made that the goods are of merchantable quality, but such a condition cannot be implied – 7. Conditions and guarantees which must be implied in any hire-purchase contract, the magistrate may, by means of an arrest warrant in his hand, which shall remain in force for a period of one month, authorize any official appointed under this Act to: enter the premises if necessary by force. (4) A public servant appointed in accordance with this Act who enters the premises in accordance with this section may take with him or her such other persons and equipment as the public deems necessary; and when he leaves premises into which he has entered by virtue of the powers referred to in paragraph 1 or by an arrest warrant under the preceding subparagraph, if the premises are not occupied or if the occupant is temporarily absent, he shall protect them from intruders as effectively as he has identified them. 50. (1) A public servant appointed under this Act may, at any reasonable time, exercise the following powers, that is: (a) if the public servant has reasonable grounds to believe that an offence has been committed under this Act, the public or public servant may, for the purpose of determining whether the offence has been committed, enter premises other than premises used solely as accommodation and require any person engaged in a commercial activity or related to a trade or business that it provides to the company information or produces goods or documents relating to the business or business; and he may make copies or copies of the references to such a document; (b) he may seize and detain all property and documents which he has reason to believe may be required as evidence in proceedings relating to an offence under this Act. . . .