1 The contract must be signed by the parties with free consent; And the employee who has agreed to resume the service loan for a period of one year of five months that the company will propose from September 12, 2016, according to the conditions discussed and agreed. Section 26 of the Contracts Act 1950 provides for the nullity of an agreement without consideration. Are these work obligations legal and enforceable under Malaysian law? The answer is YES, provided the following conditions are met. If so, what are the circumstances that make the work obligation impossible to enforce? So, the big question – is a work loan legal? The simple answer is yes, but only in certain circumstances. These work obligations are valid and legally enforceable if the parties agree with their free consent, i.e. without violence, coercion or undue influence. 4 The employer must ensure that the training material can be presented in order to prove by the courts that the worker has been trained; and workers are always free to decide on their employment and cannot be compelled to work for an employer by imposing the employment relationship. . . .