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Knowledge Base Issues
How does the court system of Malaysia work?
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...
What are the jurisdictions of the Sessions Court? What power does the Sessions Court have?
The Sessions Court of Malaysia has jurisdiction to try all offences other than offences punishable by death penalty. Its jurisdiction is wider than the Magistrates Court. A Sessions Court (Malay:...
What is a Court of Appeal? What are the jurisdictions of the Court of Appeal?
Prior to 1985, the Privy Council was the final court of appeal for Malaysia. It was abolished and replaced with the Supreme Court until the establishment of the Court of Appeal (Malay: Mahkamah...
What is the court etiquette in Malaysia? What are the dos and don'ts in a court?
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...
What is a Court for Children? What are the functions of the Court for Children?
A Court for Children was established in Malaysia under Part IV of the Child Act 2001 [Act 611] for the purpose of hearing, determining or disposing of any charge against a child. The Courts for...