Exclusion of Liability – Abhishti is not liable or is liable for any special, incidental, indirect or consequential damages of any kind in connection with this agreement, even if Abhishti has been informed in advance. In particular, the owner of the site is not responsible and declines all responsibility for any loss, liability, damage, whether direct, indirect or consequential, bodily injury or any kind resulting from your access or use of the site. Francis Light himself united with Sultan Abdullah in 1786. Sultan Abdullah let Francis Light stay in Penang, on the condition that he provide military aid to Kedah if necessary. Governing Laws – This Agreement shall be governed by and construed and construed in accordance with the laws of India. The court is New Delhi. The parties agree that the Indian courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any controversy arising out of this Agreement and agree that the competent jurisdiction in such jurisdictions is appropriate. On August 11, 1786, the Union Jack was raised. Francis Light referred to Penang as “Prince of Wales Island” and its colony as “Georgetown”, according to the British King, King George III. This marked the beginning of the British occupation of Malaya.
In 1786, Siam conquered Patani and threatened Kedah. Sultan Abdullah requested military support from SHTI, as stated in the agreement. SHTI refused to help because Sultan Abdullah only corresponded to Francis Light, but not to SHTI. Sultan Abdullah forced Francis Light from Penang. Francis Light hesitated to let go of Penang and offered payment of damages, but was rejected by Sultan Abdullah. In 1791, with the help of Riau, Siak and Selangor, Sultan Abdullah was able to prepare a navy to attack and retake Penang. Francis Light enasacked the help of the British army to attack Sultan Abdullah`s fortress at Seberang Perai. Sultan Abdullah lost and came to a peace treaty on May 1, 1791. With this peace treaty, SHTI officially dealt with penang….