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Issue #5/2018
01 February 2018

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New This Week

  1. Case(s) of the Week

    1. FAR EAST HOLDINGS BHD & ANOR v. MAJLIS UGAMA ISLAM DAN ADAT RESAM MELAYU PAHANG & OTHER APPEALS [2018] 1 CLJ 693

  2. Latest Cases

    1. Legal Network Series

    2. CLJ 2018 Volume 1 (Part 6)

  3. Articles

    1. LNS Article(s)

  4. Legislation Highlights

    1. Principal Acts

    2. Amending Acts

    3. PU(A)

    4. PU(B)

    5. Legislation Alert

CASE(S) OF THE WEEK

FAR EAST HOLDINGS BHD & ANOR v.
MAJLIS UGAMA ISLAM DAN ADAT RESAM MELAYU PAHANG & OTHER APPEALS
[2018] 1 CLJ 693
FEDERAL COURT, PUTRAJAYA
ZULKEFLI AHMAD MAKINUDIN PCA, RAMLY ALI FCJ, AZAHAR MOHAMED FCJ, ZAHARAH IBRAHIM FCJ JEFFREY TAN FCJ
[CIVIL APPEALS NO: 02-19-04-2016(W), 02(f)-20-04-2016(W) & 02(f)-21-04-2016(W)]
15 NOVEMBER 2017

ARBITRATION: Agreement – Construction – Strict construction – Whether court to adopt plain and ordinary meaning – Whether agreement clear and unambiguous – Whether arbitrator right in construction of agreement – Whether 'questions of law arising out of the award' merited court's intervention under s. 42 of Arbitration Act 2005

ARBITRATION: Award – Grounds for setting aside award – Applicable test for court's intervention – Whether common law test of 'error on the face of award' applicable under Arbitration Act 2005 ('AA 2005') – Whether tests used under Arbitration Act 1952 applicable – Whether court's intervention only where so provided under AA 2005 – Whether AA 2005 contemplates minimal intervention – Whether court could intervene only in manner prescribed by Model Law – Arbitration Act 2005, s. 42

ARBITRATION: Award – Question of law – Reference under s. 42(1) of Arbitration Act 2005 – Whether party may only refer 'any question of law arising out of an award' – 'Question of law' – Whether defined – Whether s. 42 only permits reference on discrete question of law – Whether parties bound by findings of fact by arbitrator – Whether court has jurisdiction to deal with questions of fact – Arbitration Act 2005, s. 42

ARBITRATION: Arbitrator – Jurisdiction – Question of law – Reference under s. 42(1) of Arbitration Act 2005 – Whether arbitrator remains master of facts – Whether party may only refer 'any question of law arising out of an award' – 'Question of law' – Whether defined – Whether s. 42 only permits reference on discrete question of law – Whether parties bound by findings of fact by arbitrator – Whether court has jurisdiction to deal with questions of fact – Arbitration Act 2005, s. 42


LATEST CASES

Legal Network Series

[2016] 1 LNS 1068

SHARUL SYAZWAN SHAARI (mendakwa melalui ibu dan wakil litigasi ROGAYAH MD NOOR) lwn. AHMAD FARID AZNI & SATU LAGI

GANTI RUGI: Kecederaan diri - Kebutaan - Buta mata kiri - Sama ada ganti rugi sebanyak RM100,000 adalah wajar diberikan

GANTI RUGI: Kecederaan diri - Kehilangan deria bau - Kehilangan kekal - Kehilangan deria bau sebelah kiri - Sama ada ganti rugi sebanyak RM20,000 adalah wajar diberikan

LALULINTAS JALAN: Kecuaian - Kemalangan jalan raya - Penentuan tanggungan - Arah pergerakan kenderaan dipertikaikan pihak-pihak - Keterangan senyap - Sama ada mahkamah perlu berpandukan keterangan senyap apabila versi kemalangan adalah berbeza - Sama ada kerosakan kenderaan yang terlibat boleh dijadikan panduan bagi menentukan arah pergerakan kenderaan

LALULINTAS JALAN: Kecuaian - Kemalangan jalan raya - Perlanggaran antara motorsikal dan motorsikal - Kemalangan berlaku ketika defendan membelok ke simpang - Sama ada defendan seharusnya lebih berhati-hati sebelum membelok dan memastikan tiada kenderaan yang datang dari arah bertentangan - Sama ada defendan harus bertanggungan 80% dalam kemalangan

LALULINTAS JALAN: Kecuaian - Kecuaian sumbangan - Kemalangan jalan raya - Kemalangan berlaku ketika defendan membelok ke simpang - Kenderaan plaintif dibawa secara laju - Plaintif berada di laluan sahnya - Sama ada plaintif mempunyai tugas untuk berhati-hati walaupun beliau berada di laluan sahnya - Sama ada plaintif turut menyumbang kecuaian dalam kemalangan

PROSEDUR SIVIL: Rayuan - Campurtangan mahkamah di peringkat rayuan - Penentuan liabiliti dalam kemalangan jalan raya - Hakim bicara menghadapi kesukaran untuk menentukan isu tanggungan dan mengagihkan tanggungan kecuaian 50% - 50% - Sama ada hakim bicara telah terkhilaf dalam penghakimannya - Sama ada mahkamah di peringkat rayuan wajar mencampuri keputusan hakim bicara

[2016] 1 LNS 1365

LOH CHENG JIAN lwn. LEMBAGA PENCEGAHAN JENAYAH & YANG LAIN

UNDANG-UNDANG PENTADBIRAN: Semakan kehakiman - Certiorari - Pembatalan perintah pengawasan polis - Penggunaan perkataan yang berbeza daripada yang diperuntukkan di bawah s. 10(1) Akta Pencegahan Jenayah 1959 ('APJ') oleh pegawai inkuiri di dalam dapatan - Alasan-alasan penahanan dan pengataan fakta tidak diserahkan kepada pemohon - Kegagalan membuktikan korum yang bersidang dalam kajian semula ke atas dapatan pegawai inkuiri - Sama ada dapatan pegawai inkuiri telah mematuhi perenggan 5, Jadual Pertama APJ- Sama ada terdapat ketidakpatuhan kepada s. 10(2) APJ - Sama ada terdapat keperluan dibawah APJ mengenai penyerahan perintah tahanan - Sama ada pengawasan polis adalah perlu selepas penyerahan perintah tahanan - Sama ada terdapat ketidakpatuhan s. 7B(5) APJ

[2016] 1 LNS 1371

SAGAU BATU BALA v. ZAHARAH MUSTAPHA RAJA SEWA & ORS

CIVIL PROCEDURE: Appeal - Record of appeal - Dispute involving documents in record of appeal - Record of appeal already filed in Court of Appeal - Jurisdiction of High Court judge and deputy registrar in resolving dispute involving record of appeal - Construction of r. 18(6) of Rules of Court of Appeal 1994 ('RCA') - Whether High Court judge and deputy registrar had jurisdiction to hear parties on record of appeal which had already been filed in Court of Appeal – Whether r. 18(6) RCA deals with a filed record of appeal or with preparation of record of appeal - Whether parties could rely on r. 18(6) RCA

[2016] 1 LNS 1402

SUTERA RESTU SDN BHD v. MASTERON SDN BHD

CIVIL PROCEDURE: Striking out - Writ and statement of claim - Absence of cause of action - Subject matter no longer in existence - Action by purchaser against developer for alleged non-delivery of accessory parcels relating to car park - Column relating to accessory parcel was left blank in subsequent agreement - Whether plaintiff was entitled to car park under subsequent agreement - Whether plaintiff's claim for car park was misconceived and devoid of merit - Whether plaintiff's claim sustainable - Whether plaintiff was estopped from bringing action - Whether it was fair and proper case for court to exercise its discretion to strike out plaintiff's claim

[2017] 1 LNS 447

BANK MUAMALAT MALAYSIA BERHAD v. FAN KOW HIN

CIVIL PROCEDURE: Summary judgment - Specific performance - Specific performance of put option notice - Put option deed and put option notice was governed by laws of Malaysia - Dispute as to validity of put option notice - Put option notice was issued within put period - Defendant alleged he was prohibited by Singapore Code on Take-overs and Mergers from complying with put option notice - Whether put option notice was valid - Whether laws of Singapore had impact on put option deed and put option notice - Whether defendant was bound by terms of put option deed - Whether defendant was under contractual obligation to comply with put option notice issued by plaintiff within put period - Whether specific performance of put option notice ought to be granted


CLJ 2018 Volume 1 (Part 6)

FEDERAL COURT

Far East Holdings Bhd & Anor v. Majlis Ugama Islam Dan Adat Resam Melayu Pahang & Other Appeals
Zulkefli Ahmad Makinudin PCA, Ramly Ali, Azahar Mohamed, Zaharah Ibrahim, Jeffrey Tan FCJJ
(Arbitration - Agreement - Construction - Grounds for setting aside award - Applicable test for court's intervention - Question of law - Whether defined - Whether party may only refer 'any question of law arising out of an award') [2018] 1 CLJ 693 [FC]

COURT OF APPEAL

Abdul Manan Hassan v. Hassan Marsom & Ors
Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat, Abdul Rahman Sebli, Zaleha Yusof JJCA
(Criminal Procedure; Tort - Trial - Conduct of proceedings - Agreement between parties that decision of earlier suit bind court on subsequent suit - Whether parties bound by agreement) [2018] 1 CLJ 769 [CA]

Hock Peng Realty Sdn Bhd v. Ting Sie Chung & Another Appeal
David Wong Dak Wah, Hamid Sultan Abu Backer, Umi Kalthum Abdul Majid JJCA
(Tort - Defamation - Absolute privilege - Prohibitory order - Whether documents instrumental for institution of court proceedings fall under category of absolute privilege - Abuse of process of court - Whether cause of action sustainable) [2018] 1 CLJ 776 [CA]

Ketua Polis Daerah Shah Alam & Ors v. Nor Azura Amzah & Anor And Another Appeal
Mohd Zawawi Salleh, Vernon Ong Lam Kiat, Asmabi Mohamad JJCA
(Tort - Damages - Award - Whether contributory negligence a defence - Misfeasance in public office - Whether tort of public misfeasance proved) [2018] 1 CLJ 792 [CA]

SUBJECT INDEX

ARBITRATION

Agreement - Construction - Strict construction - Whether court to adopt plain and ordinary meaning - Whether agreement clear and unambiguous - Whether arbitrator right in construction of agreement - Whether 'questions of law arising out of the award' merited court's intervention under s. 42 of Arbitration Act 2005
Far East Holdings Bhd & Anor v. Majlis Ugama Islam Dan Adat Resam Melayu Pahang & Other Appeals
(Zulkefli Ahmad Makinudin PCA, Ramly Ali, Azahar Mohamed, Zaharah Ibrahim, Jeffrey Tan FCJJ) [2018] 1 CLJ 693 [FC]

Arbitrator - Jurisdiction - Question of law - Reference under s. 42(1) of Arbitration Act 2005 - Whether arbitrator remains master of facts - Whether party may only refer 'any question of law arising out of an award' - 'Question of law' - Whether defined - Whether s. 42 only permits reference on discrete question of law - Whether parties bound by findings of fact by arbitrator - Whether court has jurisdiction to deal with questions of fact - Arbitration Act 2005, s. 42
Far East Holdings Bhd & Anor v. Majlis Ugama Islam Dan Adat Resam Melayu Pahang & Other Appeals
(Zulkefli Ahmad Makinudin PCA, Ramly Ali, Azahar Mohamed, Zaharah Ibrahim, Jeffrey Tan FCJJ) [2018] 1 CLJ 693 [FC]

Award - Grounds for setting aside award - Applicable test for court's intervention - Whether common law test of 'error on the face of award' applicable under Arbitration Act 2005 ('AA 2005') - Whether tests used under Arbitration Act 1952 applicable - Whether court's intervention only where so provided under AA 2005 - Whether AA 2005 contemplates minimal intervention - Whether court could intervene only in manner prescribed by Model Law - Arbitration Act 2005, s. 42
Far East Holdings Bhd & Anor v. Majlis Ugama Islam Dan Adat Resam Melayu Pahang & Other Appeals
(Zulkefli Ahmad Makinudin PCA, Ramly Ali, Azahar Mohamed, Zaharah Ibrahim, Jeffrey Tan FCJJ) [2018] 1 CLJ 693 [FC]

Award - Question of law - Reference under s. 42(1) of Arbitration Act 2005 - Whether party may only refer 'any question of law arising out of an award' - 'Question of law' - Whether defined - Whether s. 42 only permits reference on discrete question of law - Whether parties bound by findings of fact by arbitrator - Whether court has jurisdiction to deal with questions of fact - Arbitration Act 2005, s. 42
Far East Holdings Bhd & Anor v. Majlis Ugama Islam Dan Adat Resam Melayu Pahang & Other Appeals
(Zulkefli Ahmad Makinudin PCA, Ramly Ali, Azahar Mohamed, Zaharah Ibrahim, Jeffrey Tan FCJJ) [2018] 1 CLJ 693 [FC]

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

Trial - Conduct of proceedings - False imprisonment - Liability of - Two suits for false imprisonment brought against respondents - Agreement between parties that decision of earlier suit would bind court on issue of liability for false imprisonment - Earlier suit found respondents guilty of false imprisonment - Whether respondents estopped from denying liability for wrongful detention - Whether parties bound by agreement
Abdul Manan Hassan v. Hassan Marsom & Ors
(Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat, Abdul Rahman Sebli, Zaleha Yusof JJCA) [2018] 1 CLJ 769 [CA]

TORT

Cause of action - Abuse of process of court - Parties entered into consent order for assessment of damages - Defendant obtained prohibitory order against plaintiff's land - Whether in breach of agreed terms - Failure to serve papers on plaintiff - Whether court process used for unlawful purpose and not for actual purpose intended to achieve justice - Whether cause of action sustainable
Hock Peng Realty Sdn Bhd v. Ting Sie Chung & Another Appeal
(David Wong Dak Wah, Hamid Sultan Abu Backer, Umi Kalthum Abdul Majid JJCA) [2018] 1 CLJ 776 [CA]

Damages - Award - Claim for assault and battery and alternatively, negligence and public misfeasance - Police personnel fired gunshots at car driven by 14-year old during car chase - Deceased died of gunshot wound - Claim by deceased's joint administratrix - Whether there was contributory negligence by deceased - Whether contributory negligence a defence - Whether sum awarded appropriate - Whether sum awarded fair and reasonable
Ketua Polis Daerah Shah Alam & Ors v. Nor Azura Amzah & Anor And Another Appeal
(Mohd Zawawi Salleh, Vernon Ong Lam Kiat, Asmabi Mohamad JJCA) [2018] 1 CLJ 792 [CA]

Defamation - Absolute privilege - Prohibitory order - Defendant obtained prohibitory order against plaintiff's land - Whether there were false and malicious statements in prohibitory order - Whether documents instrumental for instituting court proceedings fall under category of absolute privilege - Whether cause of action for defamation must fail in limine
Hock Peng Realty Sdn Bhd v. Ting Sie Chung & Another Appeal
(David Wong Dak Wah, Hamid Sultan Abu Backer, Umi Kalthum Abdul Majid JJCA) [2018] 1 CLJ 776 [CA]

False imprisonment - Liability of - Trial - Two suits for false imprisonment brought against respondents - Agreement between parties that decision of earlier suit would bind court on issue of liability for false imprisonment - Earlier suit found respondents guilty of false imprisonment - Whether respondents estopped from denying liability for wrongful detention - Whether parties bound by agreement
Abdul Manan Hassan v. Hassan Marsom & Ors
(Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat, Abdul Rahman Sebli, Zaleha Yusof JJCA) [2018] 1 CLJ 769 [CA]

Misfeasance - Misfeasance in public office - Claim for assault and battery and alternatively, negligence and public misfeasance - Police personnel fired gunshots at car driven by 14-year old during car chase - Deceased died of gunshot wound - Claim by deceased's joint administratrix - Whether tort of public misfeasance proved
Ketua Polis Daerah Shah Alam & Ors v. Nor Azura Amzah & Anor And Another Appeal
(Mohd Zawawi Salleh, Vernon Ong Lam Kiat, Asmabi Mohamad JJCA) [2018] 1 CLJ 792 [CA]


ARTICLES

LNS Article(s)

  1. WAIVER OF RIGHT OF RECOURSE AGAINST ARBITRAL AWARD: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE [Read excerpt]
    by: DR HAMID SULTAN BIN ABU BACKER* ARUN KASI** [2018] 1 LNS(A) xi

  2. [2018] 1 LNS(A) xi
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    MALAYSIA

    WAIVER OF RIGHT OF RECOURSE AGAINST ARBITRAL AWARD: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
    by
    DR HAMID SULTAN BIN ABU BACKER*
    ARUN KASI**

    Abstract[1]

    This article considers the concept of waiver in arbitration and the relationship between Article V of the New York Convention and Articles 34 and 36 of the UNCITRAL Model Law 1985. Further, it asserts that (i) the Convention does not permit a foreign arbitral award to be set aside for error of fact and/or law but the award can be set aside if the arbitral process was defective on one of the grounds set out in Article V of the Convention; (ii) Article V is a Convention obligation for all Contracting States to ensure compliance through their State courts to preserve the integrity of the arbitration process at the enforcement stage; (iii) any attempt by a waiver clause in an arbitration agreement or a waiver provision incorporated into the parties' agreement through institutional rules to avoid the challenge under Article V will be in breach of the Convention and in consequence the enforcement court would be obliged not to recognise the waiver; (iv) the Model Law attempts to provide a procedural mechanism to ensure an award made at the seat of the arbitration, in the case of international commercial arbitration,[2] is not in breach of any of the grounds in Article V in order that it will be enforceable in the State of the seat or in another State; (v) where the enforcement is in the State of the seat, Article 34 repeats the provision of Article V of the Convention to ensure the Convention obligation of the State is met; and (vi) when a foreign award is sought to be enforced in a Model Law State other than the State of the seat, Article 36 of the Model Law repeats Article V of the Convention to ensure that the Convention obligation of the State is met.

    . . .

    * Judge of the Court of Appeal, Malaysia; author of International Arbitration with Commentary to Malaysian Arbitration Act 2005, Kuala Lumpur, Janab Law Publications, 2016.

    ** Advocate and Solicitor of High Court of Malaya; author of Arbitration: Stay of Court Proceedings and Anti-Suit Injunctions, Kuala Lumpur, CLJ Publication, 2014.


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  3. SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE IN HILLSLOPE ENVIRONMENT: AN EXAMINATION INTO EXISTING HILLSLOPE REGULATORY GUIDELINES IN THE FEDERAL TERRITORY OF KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA* [Read excerpt]
    by: JEONG CHUN PHUOC** ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DR AZMI SHAROM*** [2018] 1 LNS(A) ix

  4. [2018] 1 LNS(A) ix
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    MALAYSIA

    SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE IN HILLSLOPE ENVIRONMENT:
    AN EXAMINATION INTO EXISTING HILLSLOPE REGULATORY GUIDELINES IN THE FEDERAL TERRITORY OF KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA*

    by
    JEONG CHUN PHUOC**
    ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DR AZMI SHAROM***

    ABSTRACT

    The United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) advocates for a sustainable development model to be implemented to achieve a holistic scale for green development and construction practices. In Malaysia, the vision of a Sustainable Development Model (SD) has been implemented in many phases/stages at the local levels from a hill slope development and construction perspective. This is particularly true in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur vide implementing guidelines for hill slope development/construction activities. The recent Penang Tanjung Bungah (2017)[1] tragedy (reminiscent of hillslope tragedies involving Highland Towers (1993), Bukit Antarabangsa (2008), and numerous hill slopes incidents), have raised renewed concerns on the need for a re-examination into the substantive provisions of hillslope construction and development guidelines as implemented in Kuala Lumpur i.e., Development Planning Guidelines In Hill And Slope Area for the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur 2010 ('GPWPKL 2010'). The objectives are to identify the scope, nature and adequacy of compliance by developers, contractors and property owners (and stakeholders) with GPWPKL 2010.

    . . .

    * This is extracted from the PhD thesis undertaken at Faculty of Law, University of Malaya, Malaysia under the supervision and guidance of AP Dr Azmi Sharom.

    ** Faculty of Law, University of Malaya, Malaysia. Email: jeongchunphuoc@gmail.com.

    *** Faculty of Law, University of Malaya, Malaysia. Email: azmi.sharom@gmail.com.


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LEGISLATION HIGHLIGHTS

Principal Acts

Number Title In force from Repealing
ACT 801 Finance (No. 2) Act 2017 As provided in the Act except s 20 - 23; 1 January 2018 [PU(B) 610/2017] - s 20, 21 and 23; 1 October 2018 [PU(B) 610/2017] - s 22 -
ACT 800 Employment Insurance System Act 2017 1 January 2018 [PU(B) 606/2017] -
ACT 799 Malaysian Border Security Agency Act 2017 29 December 2017 [PU(B) 595/2017] -
ACT 798 Local Authorities (Conditions of Service) Act 1964 (Revised 2017) 15 November 2017 pursuant to paragraph 6(1)(xxiii) of the Revision of Laws Act 1968 [Act 1]; Revised up to 1 November 2017; First enacted in 1968 as Act of Parliament No 9 of 1964 -
ACT 797 Sabah Ports Authority (Consequential Provisions) Act 1968 (Revised 2017) 15 November 2017 pursuant to paragraph 6(1)(xxiii) of the Revision of Laws Act 1968 [Act 1]; Revised up to 1 November 2017; First enacted in 1968 as Act No 25 of 1968 -

Amending Acts

Number Title In force from Principal/Amending Act No
ACT A1563 Arbitration (Amendment) Act 2018 Not Yet In Force ACT 646
ACT A1562 Tourism Industry (Amendment) Act 2018 Not Yet In Force ACT 482
ACT A1561 Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (Amendment) Act 2018 11 January 2018 ACT 633
ACT A1560 Intellectual Property Corporation of Malaysia (Amendment) Act 2018 11 January 2018 ACT 617
ACT A1559 Malaysian Aviation Commission (Amendment) Act 2018 Not Yet In Force ACT 771

PU(A)

Number Title Date of Publication In force from Principal/ Amending Act No
PU(A) 13/2018 Companies Commission of Malaysia (Amendment of First Schedule) Order 2018 30 January 2018 1 February 2018 ACT 614
PU(A) 12/2018 Road Transport (Prohibition of Use of Road) (Federal Roads) Order 2018 25 January 2018 25 January 2018 ACT 333
PU(A) 11/2018 Price Control and Anti-Profiteering (Determination of Maximum Retail Price for Petrol and Diesel) (No. 4) Order 2018 24 January 2018 25 January 2018 ACT 723
PU(A) 10/2018 Dental (Amendment of Second Schedule) Order 2018 24 January 2018 25 January 2018 ACT 51
PU(A) 9/2018 Price Control and Anti-Profiteering (Marking of Service Charge for Hotel and Restaurant) (Revocation) Order 2018 23 January 2018 25 January 2018 ACT 723

PU(B)

Number Title Date of Publication In force from Principal/ Amending Act No
PU(B) 51/2018 Appointment of Date of Coming Into Operation 26 January 2018 27 January 2018 ACT A1554
PU(B) 50/2018 Notice To Third Parties 25 January 2018 26 January 2018 ACT 613
PU(B) 49/2018 Notice To Third Parties 24 January 2018 25 January 2018 ACT 613
PU(B) 48/2018 Notice To Third Parties 23 January 2018 24 January 2018 ACT 613
PU(B) 47/2018 Notification Under Subregulation 3(3) 22 January 2018 Specified in column (2) of the Schedule PU(A) 185/2003

Legislation Alert

Updated

Act/Principal No. Title Amended by In force from Section amended
ACT 614 Companies Commission of Malaysia Act 2001 PU(A) 13/2018 1 February 2018 First Schedule
ACT 246 Private Employment Agencies Act 1981 ACT A1554 1 February 2018 [PU(B) 50/2018] Sections 2, 3, 4, 4A, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 9A, 9B, 10, 11, 11A, 13, 13A, 13B, 13C, 13D, 13E, 13F, 13G, 14, 14A, 14B, 14C, 14D, 14E, 14F, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 19A, 20, 21, 22, 24 25, 26, 27, 27A, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, First Schedule and Second Schedule
ACT 51 Dental Act 1971 PU(A) 10/2018 25 January 2018 Second Schedule
ACT 50 Medical Act 1971 PU(A) 7/2018 19 January 2018 Second Schedule
ACT 172 Town and Country Planning Act 1976 ACT A1522 State of Pahang - 1 November 2017 [Phg. P.U. 2] Sections 20B and 21A

Revoked

Act/Principal No. Title Revoked by In force from
PU(A) 79/2015 Price Control and Anti-Profiteering (Marking of Service Charge for Hotel and Restaurant) Order 2015 PU(A) 9/2018 25 January 2018
PU(B) 174/2017 Appointment of Date of Coming Into Operation of Rent of Parcel or Provisional Block PU(B) 611/2017 30 December 2017
PU(B) 133/2015 Appointment of Member of the Competition Commission PU(B) 585/2017 1 October 2017 to 30 September 2020
PU(A) 161/2017 Co-operative Societies (Assumption of Control) (Appointment) Order 2017 PU(A) 331/2017 19 June 2017
PU(A) 408/2001 Electricity Supply (Compounding of Offences) Regulations 2001 PU(A) 327/2017 25 October 2017