PATHMANATHAN KRISHNAN v. INDIRA GANDHI MUTHO & OTHER APPEALS  1 CLJ 911
COURT OF APPEAL, PUTRAJAYA
BALIA YUSOF WAHI JCA, HAMID SULTAN ABU BACKER JCA, BADARIAH SAHAMID JCA
[CIVIL APPEALS NO: A-02-1826-08-2013; A-01-304-08-2013 & A-01-316-09-2013]
30 DECEMBER 2015
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW: Judicial review - Jurisdiction - Conversion of non-Muslim children to religion of Islam - Whether within exclusive jurisdiction of Shariah Court - Certificates of Conversion - Certificates issued by Islamic religious authorities - Whether an administrative decision - Whether amenable to judicial review - Whether conversion lawful and constitutional - Federal Constitution, arts. 3, 5, 8, 11, 12 - Administration of the Religion of Islam (Perak) Enactment 2004, ss. 96, 101, 106
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW: Judicial review - Jurisdiction - Conversion of non-Muslim children to religion of Islam - Application for review of decisions of Islamic religious authorities - Principles - Issues before High Court - Whether only that of legality of conversion process - Whether High Court decided on legality of conversion instead - Whether a misdirection
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: Fundamental liberties - Right to practice one's religion - Conversion of non-Muslim children to religion of Islam - Conversion at instance of a converting parent - Whether single parent could lawfully convert children to Islam - Whether requiring consent of both parents - Whether conversion contravened fundamental liberties provisions of Constitution - Whether conversion lawful and constitutional - Federal Constitution, arts. 3, 5, 8, 11, 12
ISLAMIC LAW: Convert - Conversion to Islam - Conversion of non-Muslim children to religion of Islam - Jurisdiction - Whether within exclusive jurisdiction of Shariah Court - Certificates of Conversion - Whether conclusive proof of facts stated therein - Judicial review - Whether matter could properly be heard by Civil High Court - Whether single parent could convert children to Islam - Whether conversion lawful and constitutional - Federal Constitution, arts. 3, 5, 8, 11, 12 - Administration of the Religion of Islam (Perak) Enactment 2004, ss. 96, 101, 106
TENAGA NASIONAL BHD lwn. WEE KIM HOCK  2 SMC 311
MAHKAMAH MAJISTRET, TAMPIN
MAHYUN YUSOF Mj
[SAMAN NO: A72NCVC-121-12-2013]
25 DISEMBER 2014
UTILITI-UTILITI: Elektrik - Bayaran elektrik - Usikan pada meter elektrik - Samada dibuktikan - Pertukaran kepada meter elektrik baru - Samada pertukaran meter punca berlakunya perubahan bacaan secara mendadak - Hasil ujian kejituan - Samada terdapat ralat pada bacaan meter - Kesan calar pada bahagian bawah permukaan ceper meter - Samada dikesan - Samada bacaan tepat direkodkan - Samada plaintif berhak menuntut jumlah terkurang bil daripada defendan - Akta Bekalan Elektrik 1990, ss. 37(3), 38(3), (4) & (5) â€‹
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