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This book is a comprehensive legal resource that delves into various aspects of Malaysian law. The key topics covered in this book include:

Introduction to the Concept of Law in Malaysia: The book provides an overview of the legal system in Malaysia, including its historical context and fundamental principles.
Sources of Malaysian Law: It discusses the different sources from which Malaysian law derives, such as statutes, case law, customary law, and Islamic law.
The Judicial System in Malaysia: This section explores the structure of the Malaysian judiciary, including the roles of various courts and legal professionals.
The Law of Contract: The book delves into contract law principles, including formation, terms, performance, and remedies.
The Law of Tort: It covers tort law, which deals with civil wrongs and liability for harm caused to others.
Land Law: This section focuses on property rights, land transactions, and related legal concepts.
Company Law: The book discusses corporate law, including company formation, management, and shareholder rights.
Partnership Law: It explores the legal aspects of partnerships and their formation.
Agency: The concept of agency and the legal relationships between principals and agents are examined.
Law of Negotiable Instruments: This section deals with negotiable instruments like promissory notes, bills of exchange, and cheques.
Sales of Goods: It covers the legal framework governing the sale of goods.
Hire-Purchase: The book explains the legal aspects of hire-purchase agreements.
Insurance: Lastly, it discusses insurance law and related principles.
This book serves as a valuable reference for students, legal practitioners, and anyone interested in understanding the legal landscape in Malaysia.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationMalaysia
PublisherOxford Fajar Sdn Bhd
Number of pages685
ISBN (Print)9676582441, 9789676582447
Publication statusPublished - 2005


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