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  1. Malaysia - - Law, Act

    Labour Ordinance (Sarawak Cap 76). - Unofficial English translation (extracts)

    Adoption: 1952 | MYS-1952-L-82128

    Chapter I - Preliminary
    Chapter II - Officers
    Chapter IIA - Complaints and Inquiries
    Chapter III - Rules [Repealed]
    Chapter IV - Terms And Conditions
    Chapter V - Contracts [Repealed]
    Chapter VI - Apprenticeship Contracts
    Chapter VII - Rules [Repealed]
    Chapter VIII - Recruiting [Repealed]
    Chapter IX - Rules [Repealed]
    Chapter X - Registers, Returns And Notice Board
    Chapter XI - Special Provisions Relating To The Employment Of Children and Young Persons
    Chapter XIA - Employment Of Women
    Chapter XIB - Maternity Protection
    Chapter XII - Repatriation
    Chapter XIII - Domestic Service
    Chapter XIV - General Provisions Relating To Contract Of Service
    Chapter XIVA - Employment Of Non-Resident Employee
    Chapter XV - Rules [Repealed]
    Chapter XVI - General
    Chapter XVIA - Offences And Penalties
    Chapter XVIB - Rules
    Chapter XVII - Savings And Repeal

  2. Malaysia - - Law, Act

    Merchant Shipping Ordinance 1952 [Ord. 70/1952]. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1952 | MYS-1952-L-89550

    Part I - Introductory
    Part IIA - Registry
    Part IIB - The Domestic Shipping Licencing Board
    Part IIC - Malaysia International Shipping Registry
    Part III - Masters and Seamen
    Part IV - Passenger Ships
    Part V - Maritime Transport Safety and Security
    Part VA - Pollution from Ships
    Part VI - Load Line and Loading
    Part VII - Special Shipping Inquiries and Courts
    Part VIII - Delivery of Goods
    Part IX - Liability of Ship Owners
    Part X - Wreck and Salvage
    Part XI - Lighthouses
    Part XII - Pilotage
    Part XIII - Ports and Port Officers
    Part IX - Control of Shipping
    Part X - Legal Proceedings
    Part XI - Supplemental

  3. Malaysia - - Law, Act

    Holidays Act 1951 (Act 369). (Akta Hari Kelepasan) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1951 | MYS-1951-L-63376

    Provides for public and bank holidays. Contains 10 sections. Section 1 regulates application of act; Section 2 its interpretation. Section 3 defines public holidays. Section 4 provides for exemptions from public holidays, Section 5 for bank holidays, and Section 6 for exemption from bank holidays. Section 7 deals with payments on public or bank holidays. Section 8 establishes that Minister may appoint special days to be observed as bank or public holidays. Section 9 provides for state and federal territory public holidays. Section 10 deals with exemption from state and federal territory public holidays, as well as power to close courts and public offices.

  4. Malaysia - - Law, Act

    Weekly Holidays Act, 1950 (Act 220) [L.N. 578/1951]. (Akta Cuti Mingguan 1950) - Legislation on-line in English Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1950 | Date of entry into force: 1951-10-01 | MYS-1950-L-87155

    An Act to provide for a weekly holiday for persons employed in shops, restaurants and theatres.

  5. Malaysia - - Law, Act

    Labour Ordinance (No. 18 of 1949) (Cap. 67). - English translation

    Adoption: 1949 | MYS-1949-L-78256

    Part I - Labour Department
    Part II - Contracts of Service
    Part III - REPEALED
    Part IV - Provisions Relating to Employment
    Part V - Procedure, Offences, Penalties, Rules, Savings and Repeals

  6. Malaysia - - Law, Act

    Penal Code (Act 574). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1936 | MYS-1936-L-61339

    Penal Code of Malaysia. Chapter I contains preliminary provisions; Chapter II general explanations. Chapter III regulates punishments. Chapter IV sets forth general exceptions. Chapter V deals with abetment, Chapter Va, with criminal conspiracy, Chapter VI with offences against the state, Chapter VII with offences relating to armed forces, Chapter VIII with offences against public tranquility, Chapter IX with offences by, or relating to, public servants, Chapter X with contempt of lawful authority of public servants, Chapter XI with false evidence and offences against public justice, Chapter XII with offences relating to coin and government stamps, Chapter XIII with offences relating to weights and measures, Chapter XIV with offences affecting public health, safety, convenience, decency and morals, Chapter XV with offences relating to religion, Chapter XVI with offences affecting the human body, Chapter XVII with offences against property, Chapter XVIII with offences relating to documents and to currency notes and bank notes, Chapter XIX with criminal breach of contracts of service, Chapter XX with offences relating to marriage, Chapter XXI with defamation, Chapter XXII with criminal intimidation, insult and annoyance, and finally Chapter XXIII with attempts to commit offences.

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