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Subsidiary Legislation in Malaysian Administrative Law: Definition, Advantages & Grounds to Challenge it
This article discusses on the definition of subsidiary legislation in Malaysian administrative law, its advantages and how to challenge it. Subsidiary legislation is part of Malaysian legal sourcesExpand
“Do Not Resuscitate Order” By Competent Adults: The Legal Position in the United States and Canada Perspectives
This paper analyses the position of the full age and mentally competent patient in exercising his or her right of autonomy to refuse treatment by giving an advance will or directive to the doctors inExpand
CUSTOMARY LAND RIGHTS OF ORANG ASLI: A CASE STUDY IN KAMPUNG PARIT GONG, NEGERI SEMBILAN, MALAYSIA
The Orang Asli group forms a minority community in Peninsular Malaysia, whose livelihood mostly depends on their land and the surrounding area. Dispute over customary land rights of Orang Asli hasExpand
The Obligation To Prosecute Heads Of State Under The Rome Statute Of The Internatonal Criminal Court (Icc) And Customary International Law: The African And U.S. Perspectives
The United States (US), a Signatory, but not a State Party, to the Rome Statute, entered into various Bilateral Agreements (BIAs) with almost all Rome Statute State Parties prohibiting the arrest,Expand