Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board Act 1992

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JW516020-REPRINT ACT 481 tiny 1Lembaga Malaysia tourism promotion laws of MALAYSIA Act REPRINTING 481 MALAYSIA TOURISM PROMOTION BOARD ACT 1992 Contains all amendments to 1 May 2010 PUBLISHED by the COMMISSIONER of law revision, UNDER the AUTHORITY of law REVISION ACT 1968 2010 2 the MALAYSIA TOURISM PROMOTION BOARD ACT 1992 the date of Royal Assent............ 30 January 1992 date published in the Gazette......... 20 February 1992 3 laws of MALAYSIA Act 481 MALAYSIA TOURISM PROMOTION BOARD ACT 1992 ARRANGEMENT of SECTIONS part I preliminary section 1. Short title and commencement 2. Interpretation part II of MALAYSIA TOURISM PROMOTION BOARD 3. The establishment of the Board 4. Functions and powers of the Board 5. Membership of the Board 6. Public authorities Protection Act 1948 7. Public servants 8. Power of Minister to give directions 9. Reports and information DIVISION III Director General, DEPUTY DIRECTOR GENERAL, directors and OFFICERS and OTHER SERVANTS 10. Appointment of Director General, Deputy Director General, directors and officers and other servants 11. Disqualified for appointment 12. Regulations in respect of service 13. Regulations concerning the discipline 4 laws of Malaysia ACT 481 PART IV FINANCIAL section 14. Fund 15. Conservation Fund 16. Expenses to be charged on the Fund 17. Expenses and the preparation of the estimate of 18. Act statutory bodies (accounts and annual reports) 1980 part V OTHER POWERS of the BOARD 19. Delegation by the Board 20. Power to borrow 21. Investment 22. Power to employ PART VI GENERAL 23. Obligations of secrecy 24. The power to make regulations PART VII REPEAL and TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS 25. Abolition of the 26. Continuation of Management Board members and officers and servants 27. Transfer Fund, assets, property, rights, liabilities and obligations of 28. Interpreting 29. Continuation of laws, etc.
30. the existing Contract 31. Continuation of the criminal proceedings and civil law 32. Prevents anomalies TABLE 5Lembaga the Malaysia tourism promotion laws of MALAYSIA Act 481 MALAYSIA TOURISM PROMOTION BOARD ACT 1992, an act to establish the Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board and to provide on matters relating thereto.
[May 1, 1992; P.u. (B) 198/1992] BE IT enacted by the Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong with the advice and consent of the Dewan Negara and Dewan Rakyat in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows: part I preliminary short title and commencement 1. (1) this Act may be cited as the Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board Act 1992.
(2) this Act shall come into force on such date as the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette.
Interpretation 2. (1) in this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "Act repealed laws" means Malaysia Tourism Development Corporation Act 1972 [Act 72] and includes any regulations made thereunder;
6 laws of Malaysia ACT 481 "set day" means the day specified by the Minister under section 1;
"Director General" means the Director-General appointed under section 10;
"Fund" means the Fund established under section 14;
"Board" means the Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board established under section 3;
"Minister" means the Minister charged with the responsibility for tourism;
"Director" means the Director appointed under section 10;
"Chairman" means the Chairman of the Board appointed under section 5;
"the travel undertaking" has the same meaning assigned to it under the tourism industry Act 1992 [Act 482];
"Corporation" means the Malaysia Tourism Development Corporation set up under Malaysia Tourism Development Corporation Act 1972;
"The Tourism Commissioner" means the Commissioner of tourism appointed under section 4 of the Travel Industry Act 1992;
"Deputy Director-General" means the Deputy Director-General appointed under section 10;
"Deputy Chairman" means the Deputy Chairman appointed under section 5.
(2) any reference in this Act of "this Act" shall, unless expressly mentioned otherwise, be deemed to include a reference to any regulations, rules, orders, notifications or other subsidiary legislation made under this Act.
7Lembaga the Malaysia tourism promotion BOARD PART II establishment of the MALAYSIA TOURISM PROMOTION Board 3. There is hereby established a body corporate called "Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board" that have perpetual succession and a common seal, which may sue and be sued upon his name and, subject to and for the purposes of this Act, may enter into contracts and can acquire, purchase, take, hold and enjoy any kind of movable and immovable property and may transfer, assign return, return, surrender, mortgage, charge, pledge, assign the mendemis, transfer or in any other way dispose of, or make any arrangements regarding, any movable or immovable property or any interest thereon which are vested in the Board, in accordance with such conditions as he thinks fit.
Functions and powers of the Board 4. (1) the functions of the Board are — (a) stimulate and promote tourism to and in Malaysia;
(b) stimulate, develop and market, in the international arena and local country Malaysia as a tourist destination;
(c) co-ordinate any marketing or promotion activity in connection with travel undertaken by any Government Department or agency, or Government or non-governmental organizations; and (d) make recommendations to the Minister on how, measures and programmes to be adopted to facilitate and stimulate the development and promotion of tourism industry in Malaysia and if authorized by the Minister, perform or assist in the implementation of means, measures and programmes concerned.
(2) the Board is powerful do all things expedient or reasonably necessary for, or 8 laws of Malaysia ACT 481 incidental to, the performance of its functions, and in particular, but without prejudice to the generality of the above — (a) carry out any activity relating to the travel of a commercial or industrial and research activities and training, which is found by commissioning Board was necessary, appropriate or beneficial for or in connection with the performance of its functions;
(b) cooperate with or acting as an agent, or act in any other way with or on behalf of any agency or organization, whether international or otherwise;
(c) obtain publicity in local and overseas for the promotion of Malaysia as a tourist destination;
(d) to encourage and co-ordinate the conduct of any activities related to or in connection with its functions by any Government Department or agency, or Government or non-governmental organizations;
(e) conduct research, studies and investigations necessary, appropriate or beneficial for or in connection with the performance of its functions;
(f) require any Government Department, agency or Government or non-governmental organizations to submit information, programs and reports on the activities of promotion and marketing their tourism;
(g) take part in any negotiations and arrangements as may be found necessary by the Board to carry out its functions;
(h) assist in the development of the tourism industry in Malaysia, and in providing or improving the quality of facilities and tourist attractions in Malaysia;
(i) providing assistance to any agency or Government or non-government organization that is found by the Board has facilities for carrying out any such activity, including, with the approval of the Minister, financial assistance by taking share capital or loans or by loans or otherwise;
(j) capital asset disposal and use as a result of the disposal as the Board thinks fit;
9Lembaga Tourism Malaysia (k) appoint agents as he thinks fit for the purposes of its functions;
(l) impose fees or any other charges difikirannya fit for performing any of the functions or powers;
(m) any other matters as he thinks fit to enable him to carry out the functions and powers by effectively; and (n) exercise all the powers and perform all the duties vested on or delegated to it under or by virtue of any other written law.
Membership Of The Board 5. (1) the Board shall consist of the following members who shall be appointed by the Minister: (a) the Chairman;
(b) the Deputy Chairman;
(c) the Director-General; and (d) not less than six but not more than ten members of which — (i) at least four must be a person in connection with any travel undertaking but does not hold any public office;
(ii) at least two shall be respectively is a representative of the Ministry of tourism and the Ministry of finance; and (iii) any other person as the Minister thinks fit and and fit to be a member of the Board.

(2) the Minister shall appoint the Chairman and Deputy Chairman from amongst those who in its opinion has extensive experience in the travel industry or in any field of activity are highly beneficial for the development of tourism.
10 laws of Malaysia ACT 481 (3) the Board may delegate any of its functions and powers to the Chairman.
(4) the provisions of the Schedule shall apply to the Board.
Public authorities Protection Act 1948 6. Public authorities Protection Act 1948 [Act 198] shall apply to any legal action, prosecution or proceeding of the Board or of any Member, officer, agent or servants of the Board in respect of any act, neglect or default made or done by him on such properties.
Public servants 7. All members, officers and servants of the Board, while on their obligations as members, officers and servants of the Board, shall be deemed to be public servants within the meaning of the Penal Code [Act 574].
Power of Minister to give directions 8. The Board is responsible to the Minister, and the Minister may from time to time give instructions in accordance with the provisions of this Act and the Board shall perform all such instructions.
Reports and information 9. (1) the Board shall provide to the Minister any information about the property and its activities as required or directed by the Minister from time to time.
(2) the Board shall, not later than the 30th day of June of each year, cause to be made and sent to the Minister a report which deals with the activities of the Board during the previous year and the report shall contain any information relating to the proceedings and policy Board as set out from time to time by the Minister.
11Lembaga Malaysia tourism promotion DIVISION III Director General, DEPUTY DIRECTOR GENERAL, directors and OFFICERS and OTHER SERVANTS appointment of Director General, Deputy Director General, directors and officers and other servants 10. (1) the Minister shall appoint a fit and proper, on such terms and conditions as it may specify, to become the Director-General is the Chief Executive Officer of the Board.
(2) the Board shall — (a) with the approval of the Minister, appoint the number of Deputy Director General and Director as he may deem appropriate; and (b) appoint such other officers and servants as he may deem necessary for the efficient travel arrangements the Board, on such terms and conditions, including remuneration, as determined by the Board with the approval of the Minister.
(3) the Director General shall, subject to the directions of the Board on matters of policy, charged with the day-to-day administration and management of the Affairs of the Board.
(4) the Director General shall be responsible to the Chairman acting on behalf of the Board.
(5) the Director General shall have general control over the power of the Deputy Directors General, directors and officers and other servants of the Board.
(6) the Board may, with the approval of the Minister, vesting at the Director General, Deputy Director General and Director of such powers and impose upon them such duties as may be determined by the Board.
(7) the Director General, Deputy Director General and Director shall perform any additional duties the Board may direct from time to time.
12 laws of Malaysia ACT 481 (8) If the Director General is not available temporarily in Malaysia or temporarily incapacitated due to illness or for any other reason enough to perform his duties, the Board may order any Deputy Director-General to carry out the duties of the Director-General within the Director General is not available or is unable to do in the meantime.
Disqualified for appointment 11. No person shall be eligible to be employed as officers or servants of the Board if he, directly or indirectly, himself or by his partner, any share or interest in a contract or proposed contract, with, for or on behalf of the Board.
Regulations in respect of the conditions of service of 12. The Board may, from time to time, with the approval of the Minister, make regulations with respect to the conditions of service of officers and servants of the Board.
Regulations with respect to discipline 13. (1) the Board may, from time to time, with the approval of the Minister, make regulations with respect to discipline officers and servants of the Board.
(2) regulations made under this section may include provision for — (a) the detention of work with a reduction of salary or other remuneration; or (b) suspension of the work without salary or other remuneration, an officer or the Board pending the results of the servants disciplinary proceedings.
(3) regulations made under this section shall create any disciplinary offence and provide for any disciplinary punishment deemed appropriate by the Board, such allotted and the sentence may include dismissal or demotion.
13Lembaga Tourism Malaysia (4) regulations made under this section shall, in establish a procedure for disciplinary proceedings, giving the opportunity to the person against whom the disciplinary proceeding taken make representations before a decision is taken by the Board on a disciplinary charge against that person.
PART IV FINANCIAL Fund 14. (1) there is hereby established, for the purposes of this Act, a fund that will be administered and controlled by the Board.
(2) the Fund shall consist of — (a) any sums allotted from time to time by Parliament;
(b) any sum of money paid from time to time to the Board of the loan given by the Board;
(c) monies earned from the exercise of any project, scheme or undertaking financed out of the Fund;
(d) the monies earned or arising out of any property, investments, mortgages, charges or debentures acquired by or vested in the Board;
(e) any other property, investments, mortgages, charges or debentures acquired by or vested in the Board;
(f) the amount of money borrowed by the Board for the purpose of clarifying any of its obligations or discharging any of its obligations; and (g) all moneys or other property that may in any way be payable to, or vested in, the Board in respect of any matter incidental to the functions, powers and obligations.
14 laws of Malaysia ACT 481 Preservation Fund 15. It shall be the duty of the Board to preserve the Fund by performing, exercising and discharging its functions, powers and duties under this Act so that the total revenue of the Board, subject to any direction given by the Minister, enough to pay all the money properly chargeable to revenue account, including depreciation and interest on capital, from year to year.
Expenses to be charged on the Fund 16. The Fund shall be expended for the purpose of — (a) to pay any expenses lawfully incurred by the Board, including legal fees and fees and other costs, and the remuneration of officers and servants who are appointed and employed by the Board, including retirement allowances, pensions and remuneration;
(b) pay any expenses, costs or other expenses incurred or is received properly by the Board in the performance of its functions or exercise of its powers under section 4;
(c) purchase or rent equipment, machinery, goods storage and any other materials, acquire land and erect the building, and carry out any work and other efforts in the performance of its functions or the exercise of the powers under section 4;
(d) refund any moneys borrowed under this Act and the interest payable thereon; and (e) generally, to pay such expenses for carrying out the provisions of this Act.
Expenditure and preparation of the estimated 17. (1) the expenditure of the Board to a total allowed by the Minister for any one year shall be paid out of the Fund.
15Lembaga Tourism Malaysia (2) before the beginning of the month of September each year, the Board shall submit to the Minister an estimate of expenditure for the following year in such form and containing such particulars as may be directed by the Minister; and the Minister shall, before the beginning of the following year, notify the Board of the amount authorised for expenditure generally or the amount that is allowed for each type of expenditure.
(3) the Board may at any time submit to the Minister a supplementary estimate for any one year and the Minister may allow the whole or any part of the additional expenditure included in the supplementary estimates.
Act statutory bodies (accounts and annual reports) 1980 18. Provisions of the Act statutory bodies (accounts and annual reports) 1980 [Act 240] shall apply to the Board.
Part V OTHER POWERS of the BOARD Representation by the Board 19. The Board may, by an instrument in writing under the common seal, delegate to any person or body any obligations as undertaken in or outside Malaysia: provided that any such person or body does not have control over the Fund and shall act in all respects in accordance with the instructions of the Board.
Power to borrow

20. The Board may, from time to time, with the approval of the Minister, borrow, at such rate of interest and for such period and upon such terms as to the time and manner of repayment and otherwise as may be approved by the Minister, 16 laws of Malaysia ACT 481 any sums required by the Board to clarify its obligations or discharging any of its duties.
Investment 21. The assets of the Board, the extent of which is not required to be expended by the Board under this Act, shall be invested in such manner as approved by the Minister.
Power to employ 22. The Board may employ and pay agents and advisory techniques, including advocates and solicitors, bankers, stock brokers, surveyors, valuers and others, to conduct any business or do any act required to be performed or done in the performance of its functions, the exercise of its powers or perform its obligations or to carry out the purposes of this act better.
PART VI GENERAL obligations of secrecy 23. (1) except for any of the purposes of this Act or for the purpose of any civil or criminal proceedings under any law, there are no members, officers or servants of the Board may disclose any information which has been diperolehnya while performing his duties which is not published in accordance with this Act.
(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars or to both.
The power to make regulations 24. (1) the Board may, with the approval of the Minister, make any regulations necessary or expedient to carry out the provisions of this act better.
17Lembaga Tourism Malaysia (2) without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1), regulations may be made — (a) prescribing the manner in which any type of document, check and instrument be signed or executed on behalf of the Board;
(b) prescribing the responsibilities and control officers and servants of the Board;
(c) impose fees in terms specified by the Board;
(d) provide generally on the implementation of functions, the exercise of the powers and discharge the duties of the Board under the provisions of this Act.
(3) Regulations under this section — (a) may provide that any act or omission that violates any of its provisions shall be an offence; and (b) may provide for the imposition of penalties for the offence, and the penalty shall not exceed five thousand dollars or one year imprisonment or both of each.
PART VII REPEAL and TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Repeal 25. Tourism Development Corporation of Malaysia Act 1972 and any regulations made thereunder are hereby repealed.
Continuation of Management Board members and officers and servants 26. (1) a member of the Board of management of the Corporation appointed under section 5 of the Act repealed laws shall, on the day specified, a member of the Board and is subject to all provisions of this Act relating to such member and shall be deemed to have been appointed under this Act.
18 laws of Malaysia ACT 481 (2) every person who immediately before the day determined were employed as servants or officers of the Corporation shall on that day, be deemed to be employed as officers or servants of such Board, as the case may be, upon terms and conditions similar services available before the specified day.
(3) all disciplinary proceedings which, immediately before the specified day, pending against any of the officers or servants of the Corporation on or after that day, can continue against officers or servants by the authority concerned.
Transfer Fund, assets, property, rights, liabilities and obligations 27. (1) subject to the provisions of this Act, all moneys which were in, and payable to, the Fund established under section 8 of the Act repealed laws shall be on the day set is transferred to the Fund.
(2) all assets, property, rights, liabilities and obligations before the day fixed assets, property, rights, liabilities and obligations of the Corporation shall be from that day revealed to the Board.
Interpretation 28. All references in any written law relating to the Corporation shall be construed as a reference to — (a) in the case of matters relating to the licensing or registration, Commissioner of tourism; and (b) in any other case, the Board.
Continuation of laws, etc.
29. (1) all orders, regulations, directions, appointments, notifications, qualification and approval made or given 19Lembaga promotion of Tourism Malaysia below, or by, or by virtue of, the Act repealed laws shall, as far as orders, regulations, directions, appointments, notifications, exclusions and the approval in accordance with the provisions of this Act or the tourism industry Act 1992, deemed to have been made or given under this Act or the tourism industry Act 1992 and shall remain in force until other provision is made under this Act or the Act Industry Tourism 1992 or up to the date upon which it is due.
(2) any application for a licence or certificate of registration, approval or permission, or for any purpose whatsoever, or any appeal, made by any person to the Minister or the Corporation prior to the day set, and pending before such day, shall, if there is a corresponding provision under this Act or the tourism industry Act 1992 managed seems to have been made under the provisions of the , and if there are no such equivalent provisions exist, the application or the appeal shall expire on the day specified.
(3) any licence or certificate of registration granted under the repealed laws shall be deemed to be a licence or certificate of registration granted under the tourism industry Act 1992 and shall be valid for a period of six months from the day and subject to the provisions of the Act applicable to a licence or certificate of registration or any conditions, limitations or other restrictions that may be imposed as if it were a licence or certificate of registration granted under the Act.
(4) all transactions or transactions made or implemented lawfully, and all business conducted lawfully, under or in accordance with the Act repealed laws by any person who is licensed or registered or deemed to be licensed or registered under the tourism industry Act 1992, shall be deemed to have been made, executed or done lawfully and according to the law, under and in accordance with the tourism industry Act 1992 , and any rights or liabilities arising from a transaction, the transaction or such business only existed before the day specified, shall be deemed to continue to be valid and in accordance with the law under the tourism industry Act 1992.
20 laws of Malaysia ACT existing Contracts 30 481. All deeds, bonds, agreement, instrument and work arrangements that existed immediately before the day determined shall have full force and effect against or in favour of the Board and can be fully enforced and seberkesannya as if the Board, rather than the Corporation, or any person acting on behalf of the Corporation, has been named in it or has become a party to it.
Continuation of the criminal proceedings and civil law 31. (1) the repeal of the Act repealed laws shall not affect the liability of any person prosecuted and punished for offences under the Act repealed laws prior to the day fixed, or any proceeding brought or punishment imposed before that day in respect of the offence.
(2) any proceedings, whether civil or criminal, or power actions pending or existing immediately before the day determined by or against the Corporation may be continued or commenced by or against the Board or Commissioner of tourism, as the case may be, as it may be continued or commenced by or against the Corporation as if this Act or the tourism industry Act 1992 has not been approved.
(3) any appeal brought or any permission to appeal a dipohonkan on or after the day specified against a judgment given in any legal proceedings before that day can be brought by or against the Board or Commissioner of tourism, as the case may be, as it can be brought by or against the Corporation as if this Act or the tourism industry Act 1992 has not been approved.
Prevents anomalies 32. (1) where any difficulty arises in respect of the transitional provisions mentioned earlier in this Act the Minister may, by order make such modifications in those provisions as it considers necessary to prevent anomalies: 21Lembaga Malaysia tourism promotion provided that the Minister shall exercise the powers conferred by this section after the expiry of two years from the day specified.
(2) in this section "modification" includes amendment, addition, deletion, replacement, adaptations, formation and disapplication of any provision of this section.
SCHEDULE a [Subsection 5 (4)] the appointment, revocation and resignation

1. (1) A member of the Board, other than the Director-General, shall, subject to any conditions specified in the instrument of appointment, holds office for a term not exceeding three years and are eligible for reappointment.
(2) the appointment of any Member may at any time be revoked by the Minister without assigning any reason therefor.
(3) a member, other than the Director-General, may at any time resign his Office by letter addressed to the Minister.
(4) the Director General may at any time resign his Office by letter addressed to the Board and to the Minister in accordance with the terms and conditions of service applicable to him.
(5) every Member should devote time to the Managing Board as much as necessary to meet their obligations effectively.
Vacation of Office 2. (1) the Office of a member of the Board shall be vacated: (a) if he dies;
(b) if there has been proved against him, or if he has been convicted of, a charge in respect of — (i) an offence involving fraud, dishonesty or moral turpitude;
(ii) an offence under any law relating to corruption or under section 23; or 22 laws of Malaysia ACT 481 (iii) any other offence punishable with imprisonment (whether imprisonment only, or in addition to a penalty or in lieu of a fine) for more than two years;
(c) if he becomes bankrupt;
(d) if he is of unsound mind or for any other reason, is unable to meet its obligations;
(e) if he fails to attend three consecutive meetings without the permission of the Board;
(f) if his resignation is accepted by the Minister, or in the case of the Director General, by the Board with the approval of the Minister;
(g) if his appointment is revoked by the Minister.
(2) if any person cease to be a member by virtue of any provision of this Act, another person shall be appointed to replace it according to the provisions concerned.
3 remuneration. There shall be paid to the Board such remuneration and allowances as determined by the Minister.
Meeting 4. (1) the Board shall meet at least once every two months and the Chairman or the Deputy Chairman, if the Chairman is not available, shall have power to call meetings of the Board at any time he deems necessary.
(2) subject to the provisions of this Act, the Board shall set its own procedure.
The Board may invite others to attend meetings 5. The Board may ask any person (who is not a member of the Board) attend any meetings or discussion Board for the purpose of advising it on any matter under discussion, but any person so attending shall not be entitled to vote at the meeting or deliberation.
Seal 6. (1) the Board shall have a common seal which shall bear such a sign approved by the Board and such seal may from time to time be broken, changed, altered or made anew as the Board may think fit.
23Lembaga Tourism Malaysia (2) until a seal is provided by the Board, a stamp bearing the words "Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board" may be used and shall be deemed to be the common seal of the Board.
(3) the common seal shall be kept in the custody of the Chairman or any other person authorized by the Board and all deeds, documents and other instruments requiring the seal of the Board shall be sealed with the seal properly in the presence of two members of the Board who shall sign every deed, document or instrument which was stamped with the seal of it; and such signature, without further pengakusaksian, shall be sufficient evidence that the said seal was stamped accordingly and should and that it is the seal of the legal Board.
(4) the common seal of the Board shall be officially and judicially noticed.
Disclosure of interest 7. A member of the Board, directly or indirectly, himself or by his partner, any interest in any company or joint venture which the Board proposes to make any contract or have had any interest in any contract or in any matter under discussion by the Board shall disclose the fact and the nature of his interest to the Board, and the disclosure shall be recorded in the minutes of the Board and unless specifically allowed by the Chairman , the Member cannot take part in any discussion or decision of the Board in relation to the contract or that matter.
Minute 8. (1) the Board shall cause minutes of all meetings of the Board maintained and stored in a proper form.
(2) any minutes made of meetings of the Board, if duly signed, is admissible in evidence in all legal proceedings without further proof and every Board meeting minutes in respect of such proceedings has been made shall be deemed to have been duly convened and held and all members of the meeting have been duly qualified to act.
Validity of acts and proceedings 9. There are no any act done or proceeding taken under this Act may be questioned on the ground that — (a) any vacancy in the membership of, or any defect in the establishment of, the Board;
24 laws of Malaysia ACT 481 (b) contravention of paragraph 7 by any member of the Board; or (c) there is any omission, defect or irregularity which does not affect the merits of the case.
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