Crackhouse Comedy Club owners get May 23 court hearing to challenge life ban


KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 26 — The High Court today set May 23 to hear the Crackhouse Comedy Club’s judicial review application challenging City Hall’s (DBKL) decision to revoke its licence and ban its owners from operating any business for life.

Lawyer Harshaan Zamani, who is representing owners Rizal Van Geyzel and Shankar R. Santhiram, told Malay Mail the date when contacted for an update to its case management earlier today.

In a judicial review application, leave or permission has to be gained for the full merits of the application to be heard to challenge a government authority’s decision.

This is to ensure the application is not frivolous, vexatious or an abuse of the court process.

High Court judge Datuk Amarjeet Singh will preside over the 9am hearing on May 23.


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