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YANG DIPERTUA, DEWAN RAKYAT & ORS v. GOBIND SINGH DEO
FEDERAL COURT, PUTRAJAYA
ARIFIN ZAKARIA CJ, SURIYADI HALIM OMAR FCJ, ZALEHA ZAHARI FCJ, JEFFREY TAN FCJ, RAMLY ALI FCJ
[CIVIL APPEAL NO: W-01(F)-31-11-2012 (W)]
3 NOVEMBER 2014

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: Constitution - Federal Constitution - Member of Parliament uttered disparaging remarks during Parliamentary session - Disciplinary action - 12 months suspension without remuneration - Constitutional protection granted to Members of Parliament - Whether Standing Orders of Dewan Rakyat override provisions in Federal Constitution - Whether Parliament acted constitutionally in withholding member's remuneration during period of suspension - Whether decision impeachable - Whether there was justiciable issue - Federal Constitution, arts. 63 & 64 - Houses of Parliament (Privileges and Powers) Act 1952, ss. 9, 32 & 33

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: Parliament - Privileges and immunities - Disciplinary action - Member of Parliament uttered disparaging remarks during Parliamentary session - 12 months suspension without remuneration - Constitutional protection - Whether Standing Orders of Dewan Rakyat override provisions in Federal Constitution - Whether privileges of Parliament in art. 63(1) Federal Constitution extend to withholding of remuneration - Whether justiciable issue - Federal Constitution, art. 64 - Houses of Parliament (Privileges and Powers) Act 1952, ss. 9, 32 & 33



PRIMA NOVA SDN BHD v. AFFIN BANK BHD
COURT OF APPEAL, PUTRAJAYA
ZALEHA ZAHARI FCJ, MOHAMED APANDI ALI JCA, ANANTHAM KASINATHER JCA
[CIVIL APPEAL NO: W-02-237-10]
28 MAY 2014

BANKING: Banker and customer - Duty of customer - Forgery - Stolen cheques - Honouring of - Failure of customer to inform bank about stolen cheques in a timely manner - Whether could amount to fraud - Whether bank correctly debited from customer's current account - Whether customer knowingly or negligently contributed to forgery - Whether cheques honoured in good faith - Whether bank protected - Whether discrepancy on signature detected by bank - Bills of Exchange Act 1949, s. 73A

BANKING: Cheques - Forgery - Stolen cheques - Honouring of - Failure of customer to inform bank about stolen cheques in a timely manner - Whether could amount to fraud - Duty of customer - Whether bank wrongly debited from customer's current account - Whether customer knowingly or negligently contributed to forgery - Whether cheques honoured in good faith - Whether bank protected - Whether discrepancy on signature detected by bank - Bills of Exchange Act 1949, s. 73A

TORT: Conversion - Banker and customer - Duty of customer - Forgery - Stolen cheques - Honouring of - Failure of customer to inform bank about stolen cheques in a timely manner - Whether could amount to fraud - Whether bank wrongly debited from customer's current account - Whether customer knowingly or negligently contributed to forgery - Whether cheques honoured in good faith - Whether bank protected - Whether discrepancy on signature detected by bank - Bills of Exchange Act 1949, s. 73A



PP lwn. ANUAR NORDIN [2014] 2 SMC 15
MAHKAMAH MAJISTRET, KUALA PILAH
HASLINA BASARUDIN MJ
[KES TANGKAP NO: 89UT-18-08-2013]
4 DISEMBER 2013

PROSEDUR JENAYAH: Rayuan - Rayuan ke Mahkamah Tinggi - Akta Penagih Dadah (Rawatan & Pemulihan) 1983 - Seksyen 6(1)(b) - Perintah dari Mahkamah Majistret - Sama ada perintah boleh dirayu ke Mahkamah Tinggi - Ang Gin Lee v. PP

UNDANG-UNDANG JENAYAH: Akta Penagih Dadah (Rawatan & Pemulihan) 1983 - Seksyen 6(1)(b) - Perintah dari Mahkamah Majistret - Rayuan ke Mahkamah Tinggi - Sama ada perintah boleh dirayu ke Mahkamah Tinggi - Ang Gin Lee v. PP



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