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Malaysian Land Law and Procedure, First

Comprehensive guide to essential principles of Malaysian Land Law

 
Summum Bonum: The Ultimate Good

Recounting the life and experiences of an eminent judge and lawyer. This book presents the life, experiences and reflections of former Court of Appeal judge, Dato’ Mahadev Shankar. It contains stories which are absorbing, some even tantalising, as readers travel with the author down memory lane and immerse in the unfolding of a life well-lived. A must-read for members of the legal community, this book brings to life the roots and rich history of the legal community in Malaysia.

 
Corporate Governance and Ethics

A useful and instructive guide towards better corporate governance and ethics.

 
Law and Practice of Construction Law in Malaysia

This book considers and analyses various standard forms commonly adopted in the Malaysian construction industry. Key cases are presented in the form of illustrations which seek to present essential principles in an easily digestible form. The book is invaluable to all legal professionals engaged in the practice of construction law as well as construction professionals in Malaysia and contains discussion of current Malaysian cases and applicable statutes.  

 
Law, Practice and Procedure of Arbitration in India

Datuk Professor Sundra Rajoo’s Law, Practice and Procedure of Arbitration in India is a great new resource for the Indian and international arbitration community. It provides a detailed practical guide on the Indian arbitration landscape. The text of the book traverses in detail the latest precedents with in-depth analysis and prognosis of the evolving arbitral regime in India. Datuk Sundra’s academic knowledge, vast experience and practical insight as an arbitrator is seen in each of the 51 chapters of the book. Every chapter brings the international perspective, practice, procedure, comparable provisions of law and precedents from other common law and civil law jurisdictions to provide global insights and comparisons into each aspect of arbitration.

The book sets out and discusses scholarly and authoritative views of the leading international voices on arbitration, all the latest Indian legislative amendments, judicial precedents and their impact on India’s position as a preferred destination for the arbitration of commercial disputes. Practitioners, counsels, judges, general counsels, arbitral institutions, students and other users of or interested in arbitration will find Law, Practice and Procedure of Arbitration in India useful. 

 
Habeas Corpus in Malaysia

Habeas Corpus in Malaysia is a compact, concisely written handbook which offers considerable insight into and analysis of the important workings of the writ of habeas corpus, providing enough material for the reader to work confidently or to conduct further study, where necessary. 

 
Law and Practice of Employment Law in Malaysia

Law and Practice of Employment Law in Malaysia contains the collective knowledge and experience of a team of leading employment law specialists. The book is comprehensive in its coverage, including the fundamentals of contracts of employment, the conduct of domestic inquiry, various grounds for termination, unfair labour practice, sexual harassment, proceedings at the Industrial Court, judicial review and appeal, social security, trade unions and the recognition thereof as well as industrial action.

 

 

 
Malaysian Law on Division of Matrimonial Assets, Second Edition

Malaysian Law on Division of Matrimonial Assets (Second Edition) is a comprehensive text covering all the principles which govern the judicial division of matrimonial assets incidental to a court decree of divorce or judicial separation. The main provisions of the Law Reform (Marriage and Divorce) Act 1976 (“LRA 1976”) and its accompanying rules, the Divorce and Matrimonial Proceedings Rules 1980 that govern this area of law in relation to non-Muslims are analysed and explained in great depth and detail. 

 
Land Acquisition: A Primer

Land Acquisition: A Primer discusses the principles of law governing compulsory land acquisition in a concise manner. Clearly written, this book provides the basic underlying legal jurisprudence of compulsory land acquisition in Malaysia and highlights landmark decisions governing the compulsory acquisition of privately-owned land. 

 
Essential Company Law in Malaysia: Navigating the Companies Act 2016, Second Edition

Presenting the law in a clear and concise style, this updated second edition guides and supports a quick understanding of the Malaysian company law system. Regular reference is made to the provisions of the Companies Act 2016 to enable the reader to appreciate the statutory scheme regulating companies in Malaysia. 

 
Tax Appeals in Malaysia: Law and Procedure

This book covers topics relevant to any contemporary discussion on tax appeals. The law and practice on this subject have been expertly treated. The law has been considered and analysed in depth, while the treatment of the practical aspects has benefitted from the wide experience of the author in conducting tax appeals. 

 
Administrative Law in Malaysia, Second Edition

Administrative Law in Malaysia sets out in clear and succinct language the applicable principles of Malaysian administrative law. This book contains the fruits of a detailed study of Malaysian and foreign, principally English and Australian, court decisions. 

 
Jurisprudens dan Teori Undang-undang Dalam Konteks Malaysia, Edisi Kedua

Buku ini menyediakan asas jurisprudens dan teori-teori undang-undang, serta hubungkaitan dan kepentingan teori-teori tersebut dalam sistem undang-undang, terutamanya dalam konteks undang-undang Malaysia pada masa kini.

 
All Malaysia Reports 2021 Bound Volumes (AMR)

Keeping in touch with Malaysian case law is greatly enhanced through the use of the All Malaysia Reports (AMR). Its fast and reliable reporting of appellate and High Court decisions make it an essential source of reference for all judges, lawyers, judicial officers, academics and law students. Careful selection of cases ensures that decisions with new and important points of law are brought to the attention of readers.

Every case is supported by a clear and easy-to-understand headnote. The issues raised in each case and the holding of the court are highlighted with relevant page, paragraph and line references. A systematic index facilitates research and retrieval of relevant case authorities.

The AMR is prepared by a dedicated and experienced team of in-house editors who ensure accuracy through rigorous editorial processes which include stringent proof and sense reading and checking of case citations prior to publication.

The AMR is certainly the essential series of Malaysian case reports.

AMR 2021 Bound Volumes comprises:
· 70 issues in print
· 8 binding indexes
· 8 Buckram binder covers
· An annual cumulative index
· AMR e-Alert
· The Law Review
o 4 issues
o 1 binding index
o 1 buckram binder cover

AMR E-Alert
AMR e-Alert informs AMR subscribers of cases that will be reported in forthcoming issues. It serves as an advance index of cases. At Thomson Reuters, we recognise the value of timely and relevant information to practitioners. Benefit from this service which is free of charge, when you subscribe to the AMR.
The AMR e-Alert is delivered via email every Monday.

 
Law and Justice in Malaysia - 2020 and Beyond

This book surveys the landscape of law and justice in Malaysia now and beyond through a re-evaluation of Vision 2020. It contains the views and analyses of pre-eminent legal thinkers and writers, with a variety of perspectives, from across the ethnic and religious divide, on the role of law within a more holistic view of Malaysia’s development and with a broad understanding of justice.  

 
Islamic Family Law in Malaysia, Second Edition

This is a complete and up-to-date textbook on Islamic family law in Malaysia. The topics are carefully surveyed and the discussion is adequately supported by legal sources and religious authorities. The views and practices of the different schools of thought are considered to ensure a comprehensive treatment of the issues that arise.  

 
Norchaya Talib on Torts in Malaysia

This book which draws on the pedigree of the established Law of Torts in Malaysia by the late Professor Dr Norchaya Talib, covers not only the traditional torts such as negligence, nuisance, trespass, strict liability and defamation, but also explores the current aspects of the law of torts law in Malaysia. 

 
Competition Law in Malaysia, Second Edition

This book provides a useful analysis and explanation of the regulatory scheme, discussing the various powers and functions of the competition regulator as well as the enforcement and procedural aspects of Malaysian competition law.  

 
Malaysian Civil Procedure 2021 (Vols 1 & 2)

The Malaysian Civil Procedure 2021 is an indispensable reference tool that gives the practitioner current information, practical insights and confidence to succeed in all areas of civil court work. The commentaries which have been prepared by a team of more than 50 expert contributors and reviewed by an experienced panel of Advisory Editors provide invaluable guidance for successful and confident court practice. 

 
Malaysian Trust Law, Second Edition

This new edition of Malaysian Trust Law provides a detailed, comprehensive and critical exposition of the law of trusts in Malaysia which has seen significant developments in the past two decades. 

 
Privacy Law: A Primer

Privacy Law: A Primer explains the principles of privacy law in a concise manner and provides insightful discussions of new cases and commentary, as well as the important developments in the area of privacy law in Malaysia in recent years. 

 
The Sultan Azlan Shah Law Lectures III: Politics and the Judiciary, Executive Power & The Limits of Law

“The Sultan Azlan Shah Law Lectures is one of the most prestigious lecture series of the common law world.”
Baroness Helena Kennedy QC

“There are a number of possible milestones of distinction for one who is pursuing a career as a member of the English Bench. Foremost amongst these is to be invited to deliver the Sultan Azlan Shah Lecture.”
Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers

The Sultan Azlan Shah Law Lecture Series was conceived to honour His Royal Highness Sultan Azlan Shah’s contribution to the development of Malaysian law. Since the first lecture was delivered in 1986, distinguished jurists, barristers and academics in the common law world have graced Malaysian shores to deliver authoritative, stimulating and thought-provoking lectures on a diverse range of topics.

The first seventeen lectures delivered between 1986 and 2003 were published in 2004 in the first volume entitled The Sultan Azlan Shah Law Lectures: Judges on the Common Law; the 18th to the 24th lectures delivered between 2004 and 2010 were published in 2011 in the second volume, The Sultan Azlan Shah Law Lectures II: Rule of Law, Written Constitutions & The Common Law Tradition.

This volume, the third in the series, entitled The Sultan Azlan Shah Law Lectures III: Politics and the Judiciary, Executive Power & The Limits of Law, contains the 25th to the 34th lectures delivered from 2011 to 2021.

This volume also contains a consolidated and comprehensive index of all subject matter appearing in the text of the lectures published, not only in this volume, but also in the earlier two volumes, as well as consolidated lists of the lecture titles and speakers of all the Sultan Azlan Shah Law Lectures from 1986 to 2021.

 
Medical Negligence in Malaysia: Cases and Commentary, Second Edition

The First Edition, published in 2009, was the first book containing cases and commentaries of medical negligence in Malaysia, comprising the case law from 1960s to 2009. This Second Edition of the book continues to be the lead reference on medical negligence case law in Malaysia, providing a useful compilation of local medical negligence cases with additional updates of cases from 2010 to 2020. 

 
The Annotated Courts of Judicature Act 1964, including The Annotated Subordinate Courts Act 1948

The Annotated Courts of Judicature Act 1964 provides invaluable section-by-section annotations to the Courts of Judicature Act 1964, throwing light on the application and interpretation of the provisions of the Act. It is written by an experienced litigator with extensive knowledge of civil procedure and appellate practice in Malaysia.  

 
The Annotated Trademarks Act 2019

This publication provides invaluable section-by-section annotations to the Trademarks Act 2019, throwing light on the application and interpretation of the provisions of the Act. It is certainly a resource which will greatly assist in the understanding and application of the new trademarks system in Malaysia.

 
Principles of Professional Liability in Malaysia

The book seeks to examine the main principles of professional liability in Malaysia with emphasis on the liabilities in tort and equity, in addition to the obligations under contract and written law. 

 
All Malaysia Tax Cases (AMTC) 1937 - 2019 (Full Set-13 Vols) + Cons. Tables and Index (1937-2018)

AMTC is a must for those in the tax and accounting field, legal practice as well as academics and students pursuing their education in accounting and tax, as it will help with research and enable the proper application and understanding of the legal issues that arise.  

 
All Malaysia Tax Cases (AMTC) 2019

The All Malaysia Tax Cases (AMTC) 2019 reports revenue law cases decided in Malaysia commencing from the Special Commissioners of Income Tax, up to the High Court, the Court of Appeal and the Federal Court. It is the first of its kind in attempting to report all revenue cases decided in Malaysia, complemented by a complete yet concise case summary of each decision highlighting the legal principles involved, and the application of the legislation relevant to the issues in contention. Wherever applicable, cross-references are made to the corresponding appeal to the higher courts and its final decision. It includes a wide spectrum of tax law ranging from income tax, real property gains tax, investment incentives, stamp duty, Labuan tax, etc.

AMTC is a must for those in the tax and accounting field, legal practice as well as academics and students pursuing their education in accounting and tax, as it will help with research and enable the proper application and understanding of the legal issues that arise.

Readership: Tax practitioners, tax agents, legal counsel, financial consultants, academics and students.

 
Personal Injury Reports 2021 Subscription (PIR)

The Personal Injury Reports (PIR) caters specifically to the needs of personal injury practitioners. Being a monthly publication, practitioners will be kept updated on the latest awards made by the lower courts as well as decisions made on appeal to the High Court and the Court of Appeal.

PIR serves as a comparative guide on awards given in personal injury cases and together with the quantum table provided therein, subscribers will have available to them the most current source of information in this area.

The key features of the PIR include:
· Latest awards
· Quantum table
· Full text judgments of appellate decisions

Subscribers to PIR 2021 will receive:

· 12 monthly issues
· 2 binding indexes
· 2 Buckram covers
· An annual index / Quantum table  

 
All Malaysia Law Index 2021 Subscription (AMLI)

The All Malaysia Law Index (AMLI) 2021 provides its users with a valuable research tool to access current Malaysian case reports and legislation. It seeks to be the first point of reference for current Malaysian case law and new legislation as well. The AMLI provides an invaluable key to legal research in Malaysia. Its compact monthly issues comprising an index of cases reported in the All Malaysia Report (AMR), All Malaysia Electronic Judgments (AMEJ), Malayan Law Journal (MLJ) and the Current Law Journal (CLJ) as well as current legislation makes available the following:

  • Table of Reported and Unreported Cases
  • Subject Index of Reported and Unreported Cases
  • Case Citator (cases followed, not followed, distinguished or overruled in reported cases)
  • Legislation Citator (legislation referred to in reported cases)
  • Legislation Update (Principal Acts, Amendment Acts and Subsidiary Legislation)
  • Index of Journal Articles
  • Subject index of Singapore cases

An annual bound volume which rearranges and re-indexes the content from the 12 monthly issues is provided to the subscribers at no additional charge.

AMLI is packed with essential information for all lawyers, judicial officers and lecturers.  

 
The Law Review 2021 Subscription (TLR)

This publication brings to your attention a wealth of information regarding current developments in the law. Certainly a publication not to be missed!

The Law Review Contents

  • Articles : This section brings to you quality articles on areas of topical interest. The articles provide analytical commentary and incisive discussion on important developing areas of law.
  • Legislation Update : The update makes available information on new Acts and Amendment Acts recently passed by Parliament. Be informed of the date of royal assent, the date of operation as well as the scope and effect of each new legislation.

Subscribers will receive:

  • 4 quarterly issues in 2021
  • 1 Binding Index
  • 1 Buckram Binder Cover 
 
Trademarks Law in Malaysia: Cases and Commentary, Second Edition

Trademarks Law in Malaysia: Cases and Commentary, Second Edition is a revamped edition from the first book which was published in 2003. It continues to provide a comprehensive overview on the development, economic rationale as well as the role and functions of the trademark system in Malaysia.

 
Malaysian Specialist Intellectual Property and Construction Courts: Practice and Procedure

This is a professional guide on the practice and procedure at the specialist Intellectual Property and Constructions Courts of Malaysia. Intellectual property and construction cases are often considered as technical and complex, requiring in-depth understanding by the parties, their lawyers as well as judges too.

 
The Law Review 2020 (TLR)

This publication brings to your attention a wealth of information regarding current developments in the law. Certainly a publication not to be missed!

The Law Review Contents

  • Articles: This section brings to you quality articles on areas of topical interest. The articles provide analytical commentary and incisive discussion on important developing areas of law.
  • Legislation Update: The update makes available information on new Acts and Amendment Acts recently passed by Parliament. Be informed of the date of royal assent, the date of operation as well as the scope and effect of each new legislation.

Subscribers will receive:

  • 4 quarterly issues in 2020
  • 1 Binding Index
  • 1 Buckram Binder Cover  
 
Law and Practice of Injunctions in Malaysia

This book aims to explain the law, practice and procedure of injunctions in Malaysia. Written and edited by an eminent legal practitioner, in collaboration with a group of expert authores, this publication has been prepared with court lawyers in mind, specifically those with the challenging task of praying for (and prevailing upon the court to grant) relief in circumstances where damages are simply not an adequate remedy. 

 
Intellectual Property Law in Malaysia, Second Edition

This book is a detailed work that gives a distinctively Malaysian account of the six areas of law that are conventionally accepted as falling under the rubric of intellectual property: the law of passing off, registered trademarks, copyright, patents, registered industrial designs and confidential information. It provides a basic but comprehensive account of the substantive rules that govern these areas of intellectual property law, with the focus being essentially on the Malaysian position. 

 
Undang-undang Media di Malaysia

Undang-undang Media di Malaysia merangkumi perbincangan tentang kebebasan bersuara dan media, terutamanya media massa, dan kawalan kebebasan media di Malaysia. Buku ini membincangkan isu-isu perundangan yang sering timbul dalam amalan kebebasan media, termasuk fitnah, hasutan, rahsia rasmi, percetakan dan penerbitan, penghinaan mahkamah, serta penapisan filem dan kelucahan, yang merangkumi aspek jenayah dan sivil. 

 
Foong's Malaysia Cyber, Electronic Evidence and Information Technology Law

This is the only book on cyberlaw and electronic evidence in Malaysia. Carrying more than 200 local cases and some selected foreign cases with commentaries, this publication looks at areas that have evolved in the digital sense such as civil issues like defamation, privacy and copyright. Current and very much relevant issues such as instant messages, social media postings, admissibility of electronic evidence in industrial relation disputes and digital asset cases are also discussed. Chapters have been devoted to legal practice and technology, the digital economy, electronic signature and electronic commerce. 

 
Defamation Law: A Primer

Defamation Law: A Primer is a simple text covering various defamation situations occurring in the context of the Malaysian landscape. It is written specifically for a "reader" searching for a basic introductory book on the law of defamation as contained in statutes and expounded in leading court cases in Malaysia, Singapore, the United Kingdom and other common law jurisdictions. Case law from the United States has also been considered.

 
Retrenchment: The Law and Practice in Malaysia, Second Edition

This updated edition provides a comprehensive coverage on the recent and significant developments in the law and practice of retrenchment in Malaysia.

 
Bullen & Leake & Jacob's Malaysian Precedents of Pleadings, Second Edition

As the practice of pleading is central to civil procedural law, this home-grown publication presents a comprehensive compendium of precedents and related documents. It offers authoritative and structured precedents to support the drafting of pleadings and other court documents. Each topic begins with a commentary which gives a succinct account of the applicable principles of law and, where relevant, specific guidelines on pleading. The clear understanding of the applicable law afforded by the commentaries greatly enhances the drafting exercise based on the multitude of precedents available in the publication.
 
To maintain the objective of this publication as an indispensable guide to drafting pleadings, in this second edition, all the existing chapters have been updated/revised to take account of developments in the law and practice, and a further 8 new chapters have been introduced. 
 
Modelled on the highly respected UK Bullen & Leake & Jacob’s Precedents of Pleadings, this publication is intended to be the first point of reference for civil practitioners in the drafting of pleadings. It contains the combined expertise of more than 50 experienced practitioners across both mainstream and specialist areas of practice and will no doubt continue to be the most sought-after guide on pleading to all Malaysian practitioners.
 
NEW TOPICS IN THIS EDITION
  • Arbitration
  • Aviation
  • Competition 
  • Data Protection 
  • Intellectual Property
  • Judicial Review
  • Online Contracts and Domain Names Disputes 
  • Road Traffic
KEY FEATURES
  • 8 new areas of law introduced
  • High quality precedents which can be relied on with confidence
  • Concise commentary which may be referred to for a quick refresher of the applicable principles of law
  • Expert guidance provided by experienced practitioners
  • Updated and revised to include new developments in the law
 
 
Law of Evidence: A Commentary

Your essential companion for assured legal practice.

 
Borneo Law Reports Volume 10

Enhancing the armoury of Malaysian cases for legal practice.

The Borneo Law Reports covers all major areas of law with the most recent developments in each of the areas reported. The Borneo Law Reports Volume 10 contains 75 full judgments decided by the High Court, the Court of Appeal and the Federal Court that represent all the important cases originating from the High Court in Sabah and Sarawak from 2018 to 2019, many of which are hitherto unreported in any of the law reports in Malaysia. 
 
Borneo Law Reports Volumes 1 - 10 [Full Set]

The Borneo Law Reports covers all major areas of law with the most recent developments in each of the areas reported. Volumes 1-10 contain more than 500 full judgments decided by the High Court, the Court of Appeal and the Federal Court that represent all the important cases originating from the High Court in Sabah and Sarawak from 1993 to 2013, many of which are hitherto unreported in any of the law reports in Malaysia. Two additional new volumes (Volumes 8 and 9) contain 135 cases from 2013-2018 including the Court of Appeal decision of The Speaker of Dewan Undangan Negeri of Sarawak “Datuk Amar Mohamad Asfia Awang Nassar” v Ting Tiong Choon & 3 Ors.
 
While the Borneo Law Reports contains cases from some areas of law that are peculiar to Sabah and Sarawak, and provides a very valuable collection of such cases for future reference, the publication also contains much case law on subjects that are applicable throughout Malaysia, including administrative law, banking law, bankruptcy, civil procedure, company law, constitutional law, contract, criminal law, criminal procedure, evidence, family law, revenue law and tort.
 
The Borneo Law Reports comes in handsome bound volumes with cases organised according to subject matter headings. Each case is supported by concise and well-structured catchwords as well as a succinct headnote with holdings referenced to the relevant parts of the case. 
 
Key Features:
  • Includes previously unpublished Sabah and Sarawak cases which are applicable throughout Malaysia
  • Contains unreported cases applying the law specific to Sabah and Sarawak
  • Cases organised according to subject matter headings 
  • Each case supported by concise and well-structured catchwords
  • Succinct headnotes with holdings referenced to the relevant parts of the case
  • Appeal Status provides useful update on the status of a case
 
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Companies Voluntary Winding-Up Handbook

This handbook covers various aspects of voluntary winding-up, i.e members and creditors'' voluntary winding-up. It discusses the law concerning voluntary winding-up and related practices, with the text supported by relevant flow-charts, forms, notices and sample minutes of Board of Directors meeting and notification of resolutions. 

 
Cryptocurrency and Digital Assets Law in Malaysia

Making clear the law on crytocurrency and digital assets.

 
Law, Principles and Practice in the Dewan Rakyat (House of Representatives) of Malaysia

This book aims to be a comprehensive reference for parliamentarians, parliamentary officers, civil servants, serious scholars and researchers, and the general reader with a keen interest in parliamentary affairs. 

 
Divorce and Matrimonial Proceedings Rules 1980: Commentary and Cases

This book is an invaluable guide to understand divorce and matrimonial proceedings - the flow and procedure of each and every divorce and ancillary relief petition filed under the Law Reform (Marriage and Divorce) Act 1976. It facilitates a good grasp of the rules and procedure of divorce and matrimonial proceedings which is essential for successful family law study and practice.

 
The Annotated Malaysian Companies Act 2016, Second Edition

The Annotated Malaysian Companies Act 2016 provides invaluable section-by-section annotations to the Companies Act 2016, throwing light on the application and interpretation of the provisions of the Act. The full text of the Act accompanies the high-quality annotations which are insightful, practical and authoritative, enabling a confident understanding of the workings of the Act. 
 
The Annotated Specific Relief Act 1950

The Annotated Specific Relief Act 1950 provides invaluable section-by-section annotations to the Specific Relief Act 1950, throwing light on the application and interpretation of the provisions of the Act. It is written by a legal practitioner with broad experience encompassing litigation, brand enforcement and corporate advisory in Malaysia. The full text of the Act accompanies the high-quality annotations which are insightful, practical and authoritative, enabling a confident understanding of the workings of the Act.