Daily Archives: November 1, 2010

The Royal Malaysian Navy


The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) (Malay: Tentera Laut DiRaja Malaysia (TLDM) is the naval arm of Malaysia's Armed Forces. In terms of personnel the RMN is one of the largest fleets in South East Asia and is also considered as one of the more technologically advanced navies in South East Asia. The role of the Royal Malaysian Navy is to safeguard Malaysia's coastline,

Tenant Agreement


This Tenancy Agreement with almost no modification will suit almost every commercial leasing situation. The situation where this lease is inappropriate is a lease where the parties anticipate extensive tenant improvements. Before using this agreement, read it carefully and be certain that the language is as you want it. If it is not, modify it carefully. Tenants, it is strongly recommended that you read the entire Tenancy Agreement before you sign it. Your landlord will usually be up to modifying some of the language if you can show how it will benefit both parties. STAMPING: Prepare two (2) copies of the Tenancy Agreement. Get these Agreements stamp the Inland Revenue Board or Jabatan Hasil Dalam Negeri in your area.

Malaysian Court


The Federal Court of Malaysia is the highest judicial authority and the final court of appeal in Malaysia. The country, although federally constituted, has a single-structured judicial system consisting of two parts – the superior courts and the subordinate courts.

Malaysian Constitution

History A constitutional conference was held in London from 18th January to 6th February 1956 attended by a delegation from the Federation of Malaya , consisting of four representatives of the Rulers, the Chief Minister of the Federation (Tunku Abdul Rahman) and three other ministers, and also by the British High Commissioner in Malaya and his advisers. The conference proposed the appointment of an independent commission to devise a constitution for a fully self-governing and independent Federation of Malaya . This proposal was accepted by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 11 and the Malay Rulers.

Malaysia – Federal Constitution & Social Contract

by Prof. Dr. Shad Saleem Faruqi
Professor of Law and Legal Advisor
Universiti Teknologi MARA


Despite many challenges to national unity it can be stated with confidence that Malaysia has an exemplary record of racial, cultural and religious tolerance.

The document of destiny that was adopted as the Constitution bore the mark of idealism as well as realism. It blended the old and the new, the indigenous and the imported.

The ideas of Westminster and the experience of India mingled with those of Malaya to produce a unique form of government. The Malay-Muslim features of the Constitution are balanced by other provisions suitable for a multi-racial and multi-religious society.

Malay privileges are offset by safeguards for the interest of other communities. The spirit that animates the Constitution is one of moderation, compassion and compromise.Let us examine the Constitution in relation to the following features:

  • Citizenship Provisions
  • Freedom of Religion
  • Provisions Relating to Education
  • Provisions Relating to Language
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Politics of Accommodation
  • Special Rights of Sabah and Sarawak
  • Islamisation
  • Article 153
  • Administrative Practices