What’s today’s date? Its 04/01/2020, not 04/01/20. You should never abbreviate or shorten 2020 when writing the date on legal documents.
Two Malaysian lawyers have urged the public to write the date in year 2020 in full otherwise deceitful people could change the date without you knowing. “While writing a date in the upcoming year 2020, we should write in its full format, e.g. 31/01/2020 and not as 31/01/20, because anyone can change it to 31/01/2000 or 31/01/2019 or in between any year to suit their convenience.
As we write 2020 as 20, any number can be added behind 20 to change the date. This could lead to dreadful consequences. Hence, it is important, especially for businessmen to avoid abbreviating the date this year.