A Brief Review of the Legal Implications and Enforcement Issues Arising from Competition Act 2010

Summary

The competition laws were designed in order to ensure that the relationship that exists between the businesses are policed with an intention of ensuring that there is a fair competition within the market through the provision of a level playing field for all the businesses. Continue reading

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Against Natural Law

Throughout history, governing bodies as well as traditional laws have drawn the line at sexual practices that protects the unique and spiritual nature of humanity. Only human beings have laws and ethics, animals do not. Continue reading

Moving forward to strengthen the position of Islam under the Federal Constitution

Jointly written by Hj. Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla[1], Hj. Abdul Rahim Sinwan[2] and Azril Mohd Amin[3]

This paper intends to discuss the position of Islam within the Federal Constitution with regards to matrimonial disputes involving non-Muslim couples, married under the civil law, wherein one of the spouses converts to Islam. It will be proposed throughout this paper that the approach in resolving the nature of these disputes shall be by applying the necessary Syariah principles through the Syariah Court system, as opposed to the Civil law system. It will also be proposed that this approach is within the literal as well as spiritual intent of our Federal Constitution.

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