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This Act, consisting of ten Parts, applies only to the Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur and Labuan and makes provision in matter of land family ownership as follows: Section 5: A marriage shall be solemnized in accordance with Islamic Law by the wali, the woman’s guardian for marriage, or his representative, in the presence of the Registrar. Section 8: The minimum age for marriage is set at 18 years for the man and 16 for the woman. Exception might be made where the Syariah judge has granted his permission in writing in special circumstances.
This Act, consisting of ten Sections and one Schedule, applies to Peninsular Malaysia only and makes provision in matter of land family ownership as follows: The distinction between wives and husbands in terms of the distribution of the estate of an intestate to the surviving spouse was repealed. Previously, a wife who survived her husband was entitled to only one-third of her husband’s estate but the surviving husband was entitled to his wife’s whole estate (13). Section 6 explains how the property of any person who dies intestate shall be distributed: i.
This Act provides for town and country planning at various levels of administration.The Act provides for the establishment of a National Physical Planning Council and of a State Planning Committee which shall promote, regulate, control and advise on, the use and development of all lands in the State. The Council may form time to time establish a regional planning committee.The State Director shall make a development plan based on the review of existing developments in the State.
This Act aims at the conservation of hill lands, the prevention of soil erosion, and the control of siltation.The Ruler in Council or the Yang di-Pertuan in Council of a State may declare any area to be hill land for the purposes of this Act. Such an area shall be registered and various activities within hill land, including the cultivation of short term crops, are prohibited or restricted.
The Act consists of the following Parts: (I) Preliminary; (II) Acquisition; (III) Summary enquiry; (IV) Taking possession of land; (V) Reference to Court; (VI) Service of notices; (VII) Temporary occupation or use of land; (VIII) Miscellaneous.