The firm said the impugned post contained an untrue, unwarranted, unsubstantiated and mischievous statement on Muhyiddin.
The date has been fixed following case management on Feb 8.
This was revealed by former deputy chief secretary to the Cabinet Tan Sri Mazidah Abdul Majid, the 11th prosecution witness in former premier Datuk Seri Najib Razak's 1MDB-Tanore trial.
The date was fixed by Sessions Court judge Suzana Hussin today.
Prosecution in forfeiture hearing denies RM114m belongs to Umno, reveals unaudited account for political donations
There were statements taken by the police from several Umno leaders, like former secretary-general Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor, and treasurers Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah and Datuk Seri Salleh Said Keruak, denying any knowledge that Najib was supposed to keep the money for the 14th general elections.
If convicted, she faces a maximum jail term of up to 20 years and a fine of five times the amount received.
Describing the amount as "gargantuan", the discovery follows the investigations conducted by the police's Commercial Crime Unit, that found the three tranches of payment made to the former premier's AmBank account whose last three digits are 9694.
Shahrir's counsel Datuk Firoz Hussein Ahmad Jamaluddin said they are withdrawing the recusal application due to this transfer order, and asked for a case management date to be fixed for his client's application to transfer the case from the Sessions Court to the High Court.
Tan, who turns 43 in six days' time, has a last registered address at Taman Pusat Kepong and allegedly owed the government RM2.706 million in 2010, RM22.090 million (2011), RM35.479 million (2012) and RM1.538 million (2013) through notices issued on Sept 30, 2020.
She further argued that the PKR party constitution itself gives freedom to its members to resign without imposing any penalty.