KUALA LUMPUR: Shopping mall Suria KLCC and fashion label BritishIndia will proceed with an injunction hearing.
Both parties will also proceed with the civil suit hearing fixed for June 29 and 30.
Lawyer for BritishIndia N. Sivaraj told reporters at the High Court here yesterday that both parties could not come to terms on any undertakings regarding the injunction.
Earlier on March 5, BritishIndia had submitted an undertaking proposal to Suria KLCC on the injunction asking the fashion label to relocate or board their premises.
On May 28 last year, BritishIndia was informed the mall did not intend to renew the tenancy.
It claimed it was told to unconditionally accept the terms of the offer to relocate to the second floor or have its premises boarded up.
This is the fourth agreement between both parties with the clothing company being one of the mall's original tenants. The five-year agreement ended on June 30.
BritishIndia filed a suit against the mall on July 7, 2014 for wrongful termination of the tenancy agreement.