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Superior Court The Superior Courts in Malaysia consist of the Federal Court, the Court of Appeal and the High The Chief Justice is the head of the Malaysian judiciary and also the head of the Federal Court, the highest court of...
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The hierarchy of courts of Malaysia starts with the Magistrates Court as the first level followed by the Sessions Court, High Court, Court of Appeal and the Federal Court of Malaysia, which is the highest The High Court, Court of Appeal...
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» What is the court etiquette in Malaysia? What are the dos and don'ts in a court? Open [What is the court etiquette in Malaysia? What are the dos and don'ts in a court?] in New Window
You must present yourself in a clean and professional manner. No sleeveless shirt, clothing appealing in style and colour, shorts, mini skirts (above knee-length), jeans, slippers, caps, helmet or headgear, sunglasses or dark glasses, leather...
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Personal Identification When you appear at the court, you will need to provide your personal identification for identity verification. If you are a citizen of Malaysia, identification document you need is your National Registration Identity Card...
» What are the jurisdictions of the Magistrates Court? What power does the Magistrates Court have? Open [What are the jurisdictions of the Magistrates Court? What power does the Magistrates Court have?] in New Window
In Malaysia, Magistrates are divided First Class Magistrates; Second Class The Magistrates' Courts have jurisdiction to hear both criminal and civil cases. The Magistrates Court sits everyday except on public...

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