Statutory Bodies Have (Discipline And Surcharge) Act 2000

Original Language Title: Statutory Bodies (Discipline and Surcharge) Act 2000

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WM laws of MALAYSIA Act REPRINTING 605 ACT statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 2000 Contain all amendments to 1 January 2006 PUBLISHED by the COMMISSIONER of law revision, UNDER the AUTHORITY of law REVISION ACT 1968 in COLLABORATION with PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BHD 2006 2 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 ACT statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 2000 Royal Perkenaan Date of .................. 18 August 2000 the date of publication in the Gazette............ August 31, 2000 statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 3 laws of MALAYSIA Act 605 ACT statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 2000 ARRANGEMENT of SECTIONS part I preliminary section 1. Short title and commencement 2. Application of the 3. The relationship of this Act with the law of incorporation 4. Interpretation Part II DISCIPLINARY 5. Application Of The Regulations 6. The disciplinary authority 7. Appeal 8. Disciplinary proceedings in special cases SECTION III TERMINATION in the PUBLIC INTEREST 9. Termination of service 10. Certification by the Disciplinary Committee 11. Opportunity to be heard 12. Termination of service is not a dismissal 4 laws of Malaysia ACT Section 605 13. Retirement in the public interest PART IV a SURCHARGE of 14. The reason for a surcharge of 15. Notice to show cause 16. The imposition of surcharges 17. Notification of the surcharge 18. The withdrawal of a 19. Note a surcharge 20. Get a surcharge of 21. Membership of the Board in special cases 22. A surcharge cannot prevent disciplinary action part V POWERS the PRIME MINISTER and the MINISTER 23. The power to amend the Schedule 24. The power to issue directions 25. The power to exclude or amend PART VI GENERAL 26. Public authorities Protection Act 1948 27. Administrative instructions by the Board PART VII APPLICATION KETERHENTIAN, SAVINGS and TRANSITIONAL 28. Keterhentian the application of certain provisions of the incorporation of 29. Savings and transitional SCHEDULE statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 5 laws of MALAYSIA Act 605 ACT statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge), 2000 an act to provide for matters relating to discipline, and the imposition of surcharges on, officers of statutory bodies incorporated by federal law, and for matters connected therewith.
[1 November 2000, P.U. (B) 361/2000]
Enacted by the Parliament of Malaysia as follows: part I preliminary short title and commencement 1. (1) this Act may be cited as the Act statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 2000.
(2) this Act shall come into operation on such date as the Prime Minister by notification in the Gazette.
Application 2. (1) this Act shall apply to all statutory bodies with the exception of statutory bodies listed in the first schedule.
(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), a statutory body that is listed in the first schedule shall ensure that the disciplinary provisions applicable to pe officer-officer meets the provisions in these regulations as may be permitted by the laws of its incorporation and management systems and his remuneration.
6 laws of Malaysia ACT this Act Relationship with 605 law of incorporation 3. This Act shall be read and construed as one with the legal incorporation of a statutory body.
Interpretation 4. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "statutory body" means a body, even with whatever name called, incorporated by federal law for the purpose of the Federal Government, but does not include local authorities;
"emoluments" means such remuneration, including salary, grant of permanent payment incentives and a monthly allowance, payable to an officer every month;
"salary" means the salary of an officer;
"The disciplinary Appeal Committee" means the Committee referred to in section 7;
"Disciplinary Committee" means the Committee referred to in section 6;
"Ministry" means the Ministry responsible for the statutory bodies;
"disciplinary offence" means a violation of any provision of the code of conduct set out in the regulations and includes any act or omission in respect of which disciplinary action may be taken under the regulations;
"Head of Department" means an officer who is responsible for a Department, Division, unit or branch of a statutory body, and includes any officer authorized in writing by the Board to carry out the functions of a head of Department for any length of time;
"Director General" means the person, but with the name of whatever it is called, charged with the day-to-day administration and management of the Affairs of a statutory body;
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 7 "Board" means the statutory body itself or, if the laws of its incorporation provide for a Board, Council or Committee as a separate, but with the name of whatever it is called, to exercise the functions of the statutory bodies and to keep the management and General Administration of the statutory body, Board, Council or Committee;
"Minister", in relation to a statutory body, means the Minister charged with the responsibility for the statutory bodies under the laws of its incorporation or under the duties of the Minister 1969 [Act 2];
"officer" means a person employed on a regular basis, temporary or contract by any statutory body, and paid emoluments by the statutory bodies, and includes any person seconded to any corporation or subsidiary company of the statutory body or any other statutory body or any Ministry, Department or agency of the Federal Government or any Department or agency of the Government of the State of any man or any company in which the Federal Government or the Government of any State interest;
"Regulations" means the regulations in the second schedule;
"the law of incorporation" means federal law that a statutory body incorporated through it;
"federal law" means an act of Parliament or an Ordinance relating to any matter in respect of which Parliament can make laws or subsidiary legislation made under an act of Parliament or the Ordinance.
PART II Application Of DISCIPLINARY Regulations 5. The rules shall apply in respect of disciplinary officers statutory bodies.
8 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 disciplinary authority 6. (1) the disciplinary authority in respect of the various categories of officials is the Disciplinary Committee constituted in accordance with part 1 of the third schedule and the provisions of that Section shall apply to, and followed by, every such established disciplinary committee.
(2) in the exercise of its Disciplinary Committee, shall comply with the procedures set out in the regulations and shall have the authority to take disciplinary action and impose a disciplinary punishment specified in the regulations.
Appeal 7. An officer who is found guilty of a disciplinary offence by a Disciplinary Committee may appeal against such decision to the disciplinary Appeals Committee may be constituted in accordance with part II of the third Schedule and attachment to the schedule and the provisions of that Section shall apply to, and followed by, every Disciplinary Appeal Committee established that.
Disciplinary proceedings in special cases 8. (1) if the Director-General or his Deputy are appointed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the Disciplinary Committee with respect to Director-General or the Deputy Minister shall consist of a Chairman and two members of the Board appointed by the Minister.
(2) if the Director-General or his Deputy are appointed by the Minister, the Disciplinary Committee with respect to Director-General or his deputy shall consist of the Secretary General of the Ministry and two members of the Board who are appointed by the Secretary General.
(3) the Disciplinary Committee established under subsection (1) or (2) shall have the power to conduct disciplinary proceedings against the Director-General or his Deputy who thereon of the Disciplinary Committee has the jurisdiction and may make any recommendations to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong or statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 9 the Minister by the Director General or his Deputy is appointed on the sentence to be imposed upon or any other action may be taken against the Director-General or his Deputy.
(4) the results of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong or the Minister, as the case may be, in respect of the Director-General or his deputy shall be final.
PART III TERMINATION in the PUBLIC INTEREST termination of service 9. (1) where the Board found or if the representations made to the Board that is proper termination of service of an officer in the public interest, the Board may direct the senior officer to officer against whom the representation is made to submit to the Board a complete report which shall contain such particulars in relation to work and the conduct of the officer, and the officer's Department Head reviews.

(2) where, after considering the report submitted under subsection (1), the Board is satisfied that, having regard to the terms of service, work, conduct and the usefulness of the officer and all other circumstances of the case, it is desirable in the public interest to do so, the Board may terminate the appointment of the officer from the date to be determined by the Board.
Certification by the Disciplinary Committee 10. (1) is valid or not legal for a Disciplinary Committee to recommend to the Board so that the service of an officer in charge of the Committee to exercise of disciplinary termination in the public interest even though there are no disciplinary proceedings were conducted under this Act.
10 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 (2) a certificate to the Board under subsection (1) shall be accompanied by a full report the grounds upon which the certificate was founded.
(3) the Board may direct the senior officer to officer referred to in subsection (1) to submit any additional information to the Board in respect of such officers as may be required by the Board.
(4) where, after considering the report submitted under subsection (2) and any additional information submitted under subsection (3) the Board is satisfied that, having regard to the terms of service, work, conduct and the usefulness of the officer and all other circumstances of the case, it is desirable in the public interest to do so, the Board may terminate the appointment of the officer from the date to be determined by the Board.
Opportunity to be heard 11. Notwithstanding anything in this Act and any other laws to the contrary, before the Board made a decision under section 9 or 10 to terminate the service of an officer, the Board shall give the officer an opportunity to be heard.
Termination of service non-dismissal 12. Termination of an officer under section 9 or 10 is not and cannot be regarded as a dismissal even though the termination involves an element of sanction in connection with conduct relating to his Office which is considered by the Board as unsatisfactory or should be blamed.
Retirement in the public interest 13. Notwithstanding sections 9 and 10, the Board may, with the agreement of pension authorities, require any officer retired from a statutory body under paragraph 10 (5) (d) Pension Act statutory authority and local 1980 [Act 239].
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 11 PART IV Reasons for SURCHARGES surcharges 14. A person who is or has ever been in the employment of a statutory body can disurcaj if it appears to the Board that such person — (a) not or failed to collect any money owed to the Government Agency for pemungutannya she is or has been entrusted;
(b) is or has been responsible for any payment of money should not be of the statutory body or for any payment of money not approved accordingly;
(c) is or has been responsible, directly or indirectly, for any deficiency in, or for destruction, any money, goods storage or other property the statutory bodies;
(d) as or as someone who used to be an official account, not or failed to store or monitor account or record to the statutory bodies; or (e) is not or has failed to make any payment, or is or has been responsible for any delay in the payment of money of the statutory body thereof to any person to whom payment is due under any law or under any contract, agreement or arrangement made between the person with the statutory bodies.
Notice to show cause 15. The Board shall, before someone disurcaj, delivering to him a written notice requesting that show cause why he should not be disurcaj.
12 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 imposition of surcharges 16. If a satisfactory explanation is not accepted within 14 days from the date of service of a notice to a person under section 15, the Board may — (a) in the case of an act or omission described in paragraph l4 (a), (b) or (c), mensurcaj against the person a sum of money not exceeding the amount not withheld or payments should not be made or the value of the lack of property or the value of assets destroyed; and (b) in the case of an act or omission described in paragraph l4 (d) or (e), mensurcaj against the person of a sum of money as the Board may think fit having regard to the circumstances of the case.
Notification of surcharges 17. If a person has disurcaj under section 16, the Board shall inform him in writing of the imposition of the surcharge.
The withdrawal of a surcharge 18. Notwithstanding sections 16 and 17, the Board may at any time withdraw any surcharge in respect of which a satisfactory explanation has been received or if available otherwise that no surcharges should be imposed, and the Board shall immediately notify the person of the disurcaj about the withdrawal.
Note a surcharge 19. Every surcharges imposed on an officer under this section shall be entered in the Service Record of the officer.
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 13 Get a surcharge 20. The amount of any surcharge imposed under section 16 and not withdrawn under section 18 is a debt due to the statutory body of the person who is disurcaj and can be sued for him and be obtained in any court by statutory bodies and can also, if the Board so directs, be obtained through deduction — (a) from the salary of the person who disurcaj it; or (b) of the pension of people who disurcaj that, through equal monthly instalments, each instalment shall not exceed one quarter of the total monthly salary or pension, as the case may be, that person.
Membership of the Board in special cases 21. In any action for a surcharge on the Director-General, membership of the Board for the purposes of section 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 20 can not include the Director-General.
A surcharge cannot prevent disciplinary action 22. Any action taken against an officer under this part cannot prevent any disciplinary action initiated against him in accordance with the regulations.
Part V POWERS the PRIME MINISTER and the MINISTER the power to amend Schedule 23. (1) the Prime Minister may, from time to time, by order published in the Gazette amend the second schedule or third.
(2) no amendment may be made under subsection (1) that has the effect of denying any person an opportunity to be heard before a decision is made in any disciplinary proceedings against him.
14 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 (3) the Prime Minister may by order published in the Gazette amend the first schedule by adding any statutory body which his remuneration scheme have been isolated to the list in the schedule.
The authority to issue instructions 24. For the purpose of ensuring that the provisions of this Act are adhered to by every Government Agency for which he is responsible, the Minister may issue such directions as he may deem necessary or expedient.
The power to exclude or amend 25. (1) the Minister may, with the agreement of the Prime Minister, exclude any statutory bodies for which he is responsible of any provision of the regulations Per turan or third schedule or vary any of the provisions of the regulations or third schedule in its application for the statutory bodies.
(2) the authority granted in subsection (1) may only be carried out for the purpose of adjusting the rules or third schedule with the structure of the organization or management of statutory bodies such as provided in the laws of its incorporation.
PART VI GENERAL Public authorities Protection Act 1948 26. Public authorities Protection Act 1948 [Act 198] shall apply in respect of any action, litigation, prosecution or proceeding of the Board or any Member, officer or agent of the Board in respect of any act done pursuant to or for the exercise or proposed implementation of any provision of this Act or in respect of any negligence or breach of alleged in the implementation of any such provision.
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 15 Administrative Instructions by Board 27. (1) the Board may from time to time issued any administrative instructions relating to the conduct and discipline officers of statutory bodies, or the procedure for the imposition of a surcharge on the officers.
(2) no instructions that are not in accordance with this Act shall be issued under subsection (1).
PART VII APPLICATION KETERHENTIAN, SAVINGS and TRANSITIONAL Keterhentian the adoption of specific provisions in the legal incorporation of 28. When this Act comes into force provisions relating to the discipline, termination of service in the public interest and surcharge in law for the incorporation of a statutory body and all subsidiary legislation made under or pursuant to the provisions shall cease to apply to the Government agency except as provided in section 29.
Savings and transitional

29. (1) Any proceeding that is pending on the commencement of this Act in front of the disciplinary authority or appropriate appeal authority established under or provided in law for the incorporation of a statutory body or in subsidiary legislation made under the law shall be continued in accordance with the provisions applicable to such proceedings in law of incorporation or subsidiary legislation made under the law and the disciplinary authority or the authority of the appeal may make any order or decision as the disciplinary authority or the authority authorised to make it under the provisions of.
16 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 (2) any disciplinary offence committed or allegedly committed by an officer of a government agency before the commencement of this Act shall be managed under the provisions of the law of incorporation of such statutory bodies.
(3) Notwithstanding subsection (2), an officer referred to in subsection shall be notified that he or she can choose to have the disciplinary offence dealt with under this Act, and if she chose such a disciplinary offence shall be managed in accordance with this Act.
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 17 FIRST SCHEDULE [Subsection 2(1)] STATUTORY BODIES for which THIS ACT DOES NOT APPLY 1. Bank Negara Malaysia 2. Employees Provident Fund Board 3. Inland Revenue Board Malaysia 4. Lembaga Tabung Angkatan Tentera 5. Lembaga Tabung Haji 6. The Social Security Organisation 7. Bank Simpanan Nasional 8. The Securities Commission 9. Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia SECOND SCHEDULE [section 5] DISCIPLINARY regulations statutory bodies part I preliminary Application 1. (1) these regulations shall apply to an officer statutory bodies during the period of his service and, in respect of an officer who did not choose to enter the New remuneration system, shall apply with such modification as may be necessary and should be taking into account the conditions of service.
(2) a violation of any provision of the code of conduct set out in these regulations by an officer can cause them to incur disciplinary action.
Interpretation 2. (1) in these regulations, unless the context otherwise requires — "son" means — (a) a child under the age of eighteen years for an officer, including — (i) a child born after death, stepchildren liabilities and its illegal status of the officer;
18 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 (ii) subsidiaries taken as adopted by the officer under any written law relating to adoption or under any custom or prevalence, with satisfactory evidence of the adoption; and (b) children, regardless of age, who are retarded or disability in terms of physical and permanently and unable to cover himself;
"financial institution" means a bank or financial institution licensed under the banking and financial institutions Act 1989 [Act 372] or Islamic banks licensed under the Islamic Banking Act 1983 [Act 276];
"cooperative" means a co-operative society registered under the co-operative Societies Act 1993 [Act 502];
"Court" means the Court, including the Syariah courts, which have jurisdiction authority to try a person for a criminal offence;
"insurer" means an insurer licensed under the Insurance Act 1996 [Act 553] or takaful operators registered under the Takaful Act 1984 [Act 312];
"conviction" or "conviction", in relation to an officer means a finding by a criminal court, including the Syariah courts, which have jurisdiction authority under any written law that the officer is guilty of a criminal offence;
"The new remuneration system" means the scheme of salaries and conditions of service of officers of statutory bodies as reviewed and amended by the Federal Government, will take effect from 1 January 1992.
(2) unless the context otherwise requires, references to an officer in respect of a statutory body is references to officers employed by the statutory bodies and references to a statutory body in respect of an officer is references to a statutory body employing the officer.
PART II Of The General CODE Of CONDUCT 3. (1) an officer shall at all times provide loyal obedient undivided to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the country, the Government and statutory bodies.
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 19 (2) an officer may not — (a) all obligations to his personal interest statutory bodies;
(b) behave with such way that may cause his personal interest in conflict with obligations to statutory bodies;
(c) behave in any way that might cause a reasonable suspicion that — (i) he has let his personal interest in conflict with obligations to statutory bodies up to affect kebergunaannya as an officer statutory bodies; or (ii) he has used its position as a statutory body for the benefit of its own;
(d) behave with such way up to aggravate or discredit statutory bodies;
(e) less efficient or less trying;
(f) is not honest or dishonest;
(g) shall not be liable;
(h) bring or attempt to bring any form of influence or external pressure to support or advance any claim in respect of or against statutory body, whether the claim is a claim or claim any other officer statutory bodies;
(i) default order or behave in any way that can be interpreted with reasonable as default command; and (j) of negligence in performing his duties.
External employment 4. (1) unless and to the extent he is required or authorized to do so in the course of his duties as an officer statutory bodies, an officer may not — (a) participate, either directly or indirectly, in the management or business undertaking any commercial, agricultural or industrial;
(b) undertaking to obtain wages any work with any institutions, companies, firms or individuals;
(c) as an expert, provide any reports or provide any evidence, whether free of charge or by paid wages.
20 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 (2) Notwithstanding subregulation (1), an officer may, with the prior written approval from the head of his Department, carry on any activity or perform any of the services specified in subregulation it, whether for benefit or for the benefit of relatives-marany close or any body does not seek profit for which he became a holder of the post.
(3) in considering whether or not permission should be given to any officer under subregulation (2), the head of Department shall give attention to the code of conduct set out in regulation 3 and shall ensure that the activities or services that — (a) not done during office hours and while the officer is required to perform those duties officially;
(b) shall not in any way likely to affect the usefulness of the officer as an officer statutory bodies; and (c) shall not in any way tend to conflict with the interests of statutory body, or be in accordance with the position of the officer as an officer statutory bodies.
(4) except as otherwise prescribed by statutory bodies, all sums received by an officer as remuneration because the exercise of any activity or perform any of the services referred to in subregulation (1) shall be deposited with a statutory body pending the decision of the Director-General of the amount, if any, that can be stored by itself and by any other officer who helps the officer in carrying out or perform the service.
Etiquette of clothing 5. (1) an officer while on duty must always dress properly in such a way that is determined by statutory bodies through the instructions issued from time to time by the Board.
(2) an officer who is required to attend an official ceremony shall be dressed as determined for the ceremony, and if clothing etiquette for the ceremony is not determined, he shall appropriate dress for the ceremony.
Drug 6. (1) an officer shall not use or take any dangerous drug, except as may be prescribed for use for the purposes of medicine by a medical practitioner registered under the medical Act 1971 [Act 50], or abuse or addiction of any type of dangerous drugs.
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 21 (2) where a Government medical officer certifies that an officer use or take, other than for medical purposes, a dangerous drugs or misuse or addiction of a dangerous drug, the officer may be subject to disciplinary action for the purpose of clear work.
(3) Notwithstanding subregulation (2), service of an officer who has been certified by a Government medical officer to use or take, other than for medical purposes, a dangerous drugs or misuse or addiction a dangerous drugs may be terminated in the public interest under part II of this Act.

(4) for the purposes of this regulation, "dangerous drugs" means any drug or substance that is listed in the first schedule to the dangerous drugs Act 1952 [Act 234].
Gift shop, etc.
7. (1) an officer may not accept or give and may not allow a wife or husband or any other person to receive or give him any gift, whether in the form of external or otherwise, from or to any person, body, association or group of persons if the receipt or provision of the gift in any aspect of connected, either directly or indirectly , with its official duties.
(2) the head of Department an officer may, if he thinks fit, authorize the officer to receive a letter of praise from any person, body, association or group of persons, in conjunction with the retirement of the officer Exchange or as long as a letter of praise that is not contained in a container worth.
(3) the head of Department may allow the collection of contributions spontaneously by officials under its custody for the purpose of giving gifts to an officer in his Department in conjunction with retirement, wedding or Exchange the officer or any other appropriate event.
(4) where — (a) an officer feel hesitant about either form, the amount or value of the gift received by it is compatible with the purposes of the gift given; or (b) the circumstances render it difficult for an officer to refuse a gift or souvenir worth, which proved to be prohibited by these regulations, the gift may be received officially but the officer shall, as soon as practicable, submit a written report to the head of his Department that contains the complete description and estimated value of the gift and the circumstances of the gift received.
22 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 (5) on receipt of a report made under subregulation (4), the head of Department shall — (a) allow the officer to keep the gift; or (b) direct that the gift be returned, through the head of the Department, to pemberinya.
Celebration 8. An officer can give or receive from any person any kind of entertainment if — (a) hospitality that does not in any way affect the implementation of its duties as an officer statutory bodies in the interests of that person; and (b) the provision or acceptance of hospitality that does not in any way be inconsistent with regulations 3.
Ownership of property 9. (1) an officer shall, when appointed to the service of a statutory body or at any time thereafter as may be required by the Board, declare in writing to the Disciplinary Committee may be, through his head of Department, all property owned by him or by his wife or her husband or her children or held by any person on his behalf or on behalf of the wife or her husband or her sons.
(2) an officer who does not have any property shall make a declaration in writing stating such.
(3) where, after making a declaration under subregulation (1), an officer or his wife or her husband or her children acquire any property, whether directly or indirectly, or any property that has been acquired by him or by his wife or her husband or her children, the officer shall immediately, through his head of Department, declare the acquisition or disposal of such property to the appropriate disciplinary committee.
(4) where an officer or his wife or her husband or her children proposes to acquire any property, and the acquisition was not in line with regulation 3, the acquisition cannot be made without the prior written consent of the Disciplinary Committee concerned.
(5) in deciding whether or not to give consent under subregulation (4), the Disciplinary Committee concerned shall take into account the following matters: (a) the size, amount or value of the property is compared with the officer's emoluments and any legitimate income;
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 23 (b) either acquisition or holding such property will or is likely to be in conflict with the interests of statutory body, or by the officer's position as a statutory body, or by any other means be in accordance with regulation 3;
(c) reviews of departments about the acquisition or ownership of such property;
(d) any other factors that are considered necessary by the Disciplinary Committee concerned to safeguard the integrity and efficiency of the statutory bodies and officers of statutory bodies.
(6) the Disciplinary Committee concerned shall, if the Disciplinary Committee is satisfied with the Declaration of the property made by the officer, ordered the head of registered in the record of Service of the officer that such declaration has been made.
(7) every declaration under subregulation (l) shall be classified as secret and every person that obtains information under these regulations of any such declaration shall keep confidentiality.
(8) for the purposes of this regulation, "property" means any property, whether movable or immovable property, which the officer is required from time to time by the Board so declares, that property has been acquired by the officer through purchase, grant, inheritance or otherwise, and includes property acquired or held by the spouse or child of the officer.
Maintain a standard of living which surpasses the emoluments and a valid income 10. (1) if the head of Department is of the opinion that an officer is or seems to be — (a) maintain a standard of living which surpasses the emoluments and other legal devices, if any; or (b) control or have financial resources or property, whether movable or immovable property, that value is not consistent with, or who cannot reasonably be expected to have been acquired by the officer with emolumennya and any income other valid devices, head of Department shall, by written notice, calling the officer to provide written explanation within thirty days of receipt of the about how he is able to maintain such a standard of living or how she had got its financial resources or the property.
(2) the head of Department shall, on receiving the explanation under subregulation (1) or, if the officer does not give any explanations within a specified when that period expired, reported this fact to the Disciplinary Committee concerned together with an explanation of the officer, if any.
24 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 (3) where a report under subregulation (2) is received, the Disciplinary Committee concerned may take disciplinary action against the officer or take any other action against such officers as may be deemed fit by the Disciplinary Committee.
Borrow money 11. (1) No officer may borrow from any person or be a guarantor to any borrower, or by any other means to put himself under an obligation to any person — (a) directly or indirectly subject to official power;
(b) whom the officer or may have official business.
(c) who live or own the land or conduct business in the local area a place she had official power; or (d) carries on the business of money lenders.
(2) Notwithstanding subregulation (1), an officer can borrow money from, or be a guarantor to any people who borrow money from, any financial institution, insurer or cooperative or liable for debts by way of acquisition of goods under hire purchase agreements, if — (a) financial institutions, insurance companies or cooperative from whom the officer borrow is not directly subject to the authority of the official;
(b) the loan is not and will not lead to public scandal and should not be construed as an abuse by the officer to its position as a statutory body for his personal interest; and (c) the aggregate debt cannot or may not be causing the officer to be in serious financial indebtedness as defined under subregulation 12 (7) and (8).
(3) subject to subregulation (2), an officer may assume the debts arising from — (a) the amount of money borrowed on the security of land digadaikan or threaten your item, if the amount of money borrowed does not exceed the value of the land;
(b) overdrafts or other credit facilities granted by financial institutions;
(c) the amount of money borrowed from the insurer on mortgage insurance policy;
(d) the amount of money borrowed from the Government, statutory bodies or any cooperative; or (e) the amount of money payable on goods acquired under hire purchase agreements.
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 25 serious financial indebtedness to 12. (1) an officer shall not in any way result in itself is in serious financial indebtedness.
(2) serious financial Indebtedness for any reason whatsoever, other than as a result of an unfortunate inevitability that were not caused by any other means by itself, shall be considered as detrimental to the name of the statutory bodies and shall cause such officer shall be liable to disciplinary action.

(3) if serious financial indebtedness has occurred as a result of unfortunate that cannot be avoided, the Board may give the officer any assistance as appropriate according to the circumstances.
(4) where an officer finds that debt causes or may cause serious financial indebtedness to him, or a civil proceeding arising from the debt was initiated against him, he shall immediately report this fact to his head of Department.
(5) an officer who does not report or delay reporting its financial indebtedness or serious reporting serious financial indebtedness but does not disclose the extent of the keberhutangannya completely or give evidence that false or misleading about keterhutangannya commits a breach of discipline and may be subject to disciplinary action.
(6) without prejudice to the other provisions in this regulation, if the officer is about addressing debt to a serious financial indebtedness but he has not sentenced bankrupt, head of Department shall monitor and, from time to time, review the case.
(7) for the purposes of these regulations, the expression "serious financial indebtedness" means indebtedness situation an officer who, having taken into account the amount of debt incurred by him, was actually cause serious financial hardship to him.
(8) without prejudice to the general meaning of the expression "serious financial indebtedness" as specified in subregulation (7), an officer shall be deemed to be in a serious financial indebtedness if — (a) the aggregate of the debt and the value of liabilities is not bercagarnya at any given time more than six times the emoluments abstention;
(b) he is a debtor of the judgment and the judgment debt is not paid within the period laid down in the judgment;
(c) he is a bankrupt, as long as he has not discharged from bankruptcy or kebankrapannya judgment has not been revoked.
26 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 reports about serious financial indebtedness to 13. (1) where an officer reported under subregulation 12 (4) that the civil proceedings have been instituted against him or if the head of Department receive any reports from any party that civil proceedings have been instituted against an officer, the head of Department shall obtain from the Court an extract of the latest decisions of the Court in the proceedings.
(2) the Director General shall make arrangements with the authorities of the relevant court for the head of Department an officer to obtain from the authorities that a report with respect to the officer if — (a) such officer, as a debtor of the judgment, obtained from legal files have not explained the debt within a period specified in the judgment;
(b) the officer has filed a petition for kebankrapannya own; or (c) a bankruptcy petition by a creditor was presented against the officer.
(3) in addition to the arrangements that can be made under subregulation (2), the Director General shall make an arrangement with * for * general meeting General Meeting presented to head of Department an officer who becomes a bankrupt a report containing the following matters: (a) a statement of affairs that was filed by the officer in accordance with bankruptcy laws in force;
(b) the amount of the instalment payment ordered or proposed to be made;
(c) whether or not * general meeting plan to start any further proceedings and, if so, a brief statement about the types of further proceedings;
(d) the main reason for the bankruptcy;
(e) whether in the opinion of the Director-General of insolvency * the case involving an unfortunate that cannot be avoided, the behavior of dishonorable or any other special circumstances, which favor or not in favour of the officer; and (f) any other matter deemed by * general meeting at its discretion, should be mentioned.
(4) the head of Department shall submit the report of the officers and an extract of the Court decision received under subregulation (1) and the reports received under subregulation (2) and (3) the Disciplinary Committee concerned together with his report on the work and conduct before and since serious financial indebtedness.
* NOTE — formerly known as "Assignee" – lih t section 17 Bankruptcy Act (Amendment) Act 2003 [Act A1197].
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 27 (5) after considering all reports and drawings submitted to him under subregulation (4), Disciplinary Committee concerned shall decide whether to take disciplinary action against the officer.
(6) if the disciplinary action taken against the officer decided to sentence the grace movement of salaries, the Disciplinary Committee concerned shall, on the expiry of the delay of the salary movement, order that an amount equal to the amount received from the restored salary movement added to the installments due to the * general meeting or to any creditor of the judgment.
(7) an officer who has been discharged from bankruptcy or judgment kebankrapannya has been cancelled shall be calculated as having been recovering its financial credit standing in full.
Lend money 14. (1) an officer may not lend money with interest, whether with or without collateral.
(2) keeping of money in fixed deposits or into an account in any financial institution or co-operative or in bonds issued by the Government or by any statutory body shall not be regarded as lending money with interest for the purposes of this regulation.
Participation in the futures market 15. No officer can involve himself as buyer or seller or otherwise in the futures market, whether locally or overseas.
Lucky draw or lottery, etc.
16. An officer may not provide or organize or participate in any sweepstakes or lottery other than for the purpose of welfare.
Publication of the book, etc.
17. An officer may not publish or write any book, article or other work-based classified official information.
Make a public statement 18. (1) an officer may not, either orally or in writing or by any other means — (a) to make any public statements that may harm any policy, plan or decision of the statutory body or the Government of any issue;
* NOTE — formerly known as "Assignee" – lih t section 17 Bankruptcy Act (Amendment) Act 2003 [Act A1197].
28 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 (b) make public any statement that could be embarrassing or aggravate name statutory bodies or Government;
(c) make such comments about the weaknesses of any policy, plan or decision of the statutory body or Government;
(d) distribute any statement or reviews, whether made by him or any other person.
(2) an officer may not, either orally or in writing or by any other means — (a) make such comments about the advantages of any policy, plan or decision of the statutory body or Government;
(b) provide any factual information in relation to the exercise of the functions of statutory bodies;
(c) provide any clarification in respect of any event or report involving statutory bodies or Government; or (d) distribute such comments, information or explanation of such either made by him or any other person, unless permission in writing, either generally or specifically, has been obtained in advance from the Minister.
(3) subregulation (2) shall not apply to such comments, information or clarification made, given or transmitted if content reviews, information or explanations that have been approved by the Minister.
(4) for the purposes of this regulation, "public statement" includes any statement or comment made to the press or the public or while assigning any public speech or lecture or in any publication or publication, without taking into account how.
Prohibition of acts as an editor, etc., in any publication 19. An officer cannot act as editor of, or to participate directly or indirectly in the management, or in any way make any financial contribution or otherwise to, any publication, including any newspapers, magazines or journals, regardless of how newspapers, magazines or journals that published, unless the publication of the following: (a) publication of the Department;
(b) professional publication;
(c) voluntary organization publication plain politics; and (d) the publication of approved in writing by the Director General for the purposes of this regulation.
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 29 participate in politics 20. (1) an officer in the group top management or the management and professional group cannot take active part in political activity or wearing any symbol of a political party, and in particular, he shall not — (a) make any public statement, either orally or in writing, which gives a biased view about any matter an issue between political parties;
(b) publish or distribute any material to submit its view that bias or the views of others, as to any matter relating to any political party;

(c) involved in the appeal the vote to support any candidate in an election for the House of Commons or of any State or any election for any Office in any political party;
(d) Act as the election agent or polling agent or place on any property for or on behalf of a candidate in an election for the House of Commons or of any State;
(e) running for any Office in any political party; or (f) hold any Office in any political party.
(2) an officer in the support group may, after obtaining the approval of the Board, allowed to compete or hold office or appointed to hold any Office in any political party.
(3) Notwithstanding subregulation (1), an officer who has been granted a vacation up to the date of his retirement for the purpose of spending accumulated cutinya can participate in a political activity if — (a) he has to first obtain the written approval of the Board to do so; and (b) with such involvement she is not breaching-peru tukan the Official Secrets Act 1972 [Act 88].
(4) an application for approval under paragraph (3) () shall be made not less than three months prior to the date the Officer allowed a vacation before his retirement.
(5) there is nothing in this rule shall prevent an officer from being ordinary members of any political party.
The task of carrying out control and surveillance discipline 21. (1) it is the responsibility of every officer to carry out the control and disciplinary supervision over officials 611 and to take appropriate action for any breach of the provisions of these regulations.
30 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 (2) an officer who is not carrying out control and disciplinary supervision over officials 611, or not to take action against the violating officer 611 of any provision of these regulations shall be deemed to have been negligent in carrying out its duties and shall not be liable, and he shall be liable to disciplinary action.
PART III the ABSENCES without LEAVE of absence to work 22. In this part "not present", in respect of an officer, including no-show for whatever period of time on time and at the place where the officer is required to be present for the execution of its duties.
Disciplinary action because of absent without leave 23. Absence on duty by an officer without leave or without first getting permission or without reasonable cause would render him liable to disciplinary action.
Procedure in the case of absence without leave 24. (1) where an officer is absent on duty without leave or without first getting permission or without reasonable cause, his head of Department shall, as soon as reasonably possible, report the fact that together with the dates and circumstances of the absence and any info regarding abstention to the Disciplinary Committee concerned.
(2) Disciplinary Committee concerned may, after considering the report of the head of Department under subregulation (1), started disciplinary action against the officer.
Procedure where the officer is absent without leave and undetectable 25. (1) where an officer is absent on duty without leave or without first getting permission or without reasonable cause for seven days in a row and undetectable, his head of Department shall cause a letter submitted to the officer personally or sent by registered post an acknowledgement to the officer at his final known, ordered the officer so that immediately report for duty.
(2) If, after the letter was delivered — (a) the officer reports for duty; or (b) the officer did not report for duty or no Hello heard thereof, statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 31 his head of Department shall submit a report to the Disciplinary Committee and the Disciplinary Committee shall initiate disciplinary action against the officer.
(3) if the letter could not be handed over to the officer because he no longer resides at his final known or if registered post an acknowledgement was restored is not up, the head of Department shall report the matter to the Disciplinary Committee has the jurisdiction to impose a penalty throw away work or demotion on the officer.
(4) Disciplinary Committee concerned shall, upon receipt of the reports referred to in subregulation (3), taken steps to publish a notice in at least one daily newspapers published in the national language and has distribution across the country as determined by the Disciplinary Committee — (a) the fact that the officer was absent on duty and undetectable; and (b) require the officer reports for duty within seven days from the date of publication.
(5) If the officer reports for duty within seven days from the date of publication of the notice referred to in subregulation (4), his head of Department shall report the matter to the Disciplinary Committee and the Disciplinary Committee shall initiate disciplinary proceedings against the officer.
(6) if the officer did not report for duty within seven days from the date of publication of the notice referred to in subregulation (4), the officer shall be deemed to have been dismissed from service statutory body with effect from the date he is absent on duty.
(7) dismissal of an officer by virtue of subregulation (6) shall be diberitahukan in the Gazette.
Forfeiture emoluments because absent to work 26. (1) where an officer has been found guilty for absent without leave or to work without first getting permission or without reasonable cause, he shall not be entitled to any other emoluments for the period of his absence and all such emoluments shall be deemed to have been forfeited while the Disciplinary Committee cannot order the forfeiture thereof.
(2) an officer who has forfeited emolumennya under subregulation (1) shall be notified in writing of the forfeiture.
(3) Forfeiture emoluments by virtue of subregulation (1) is not a disciplinary punishment.
32 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 PART IV OFFICERS SUBJECT to CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS, etc.
Procedure where criminal proceedings have been instituted against an officer 27. (1) an officer shall immediately inform his head of Department if any criminal proceedings have been instituted against him in any court.
(2) if have come unto the knowledge of the head of Department an officer from any source that criminal proceedings have been instituted in the man-which the Court against such officer, the head of Department shall obtain from the Registrar, Deputy Registrar or Assistant Registrar of the Court in which the proceedings have been initiated a report containing the following information: (a) the charge or the charge-charge against the officer;
(b) if the officer has been arrested, dates from the time of arrest;
(c) whether or not the officer bound underwritten; and (d) any other relevant information.
(3) where a report referred to in subregulation (2) is received, the head of Department shall submit the report to the Disciplinary Committee concerned together with his certification regarding whether or not the officer should hold the job.
(4) after considering the report and certification department heads presented to him under subregulation (3), the Disciplinary Committee concerned may, if the Committee considers appropriate disciplinary, hold the officer from carrying out his duties.
(5) upon completion of the criminal proceedings against the officer, his head of Department shall obtain from the Registrar, Deputy Registrar or Senior Assistant Registrar of the Court before which the case was disposed of and submit to Disciplinary Committee concerned — (a) the decision of the Court; and (b) information relating to the appeal, if any, that have been filed by the officer or the public prosecutor.
(6) If criminal proceedings against an officer is decided by the Disciplinary Committee of the pensabitannya, the applicable jurisdiction to impose a penalty throw away work or demotion shall, whether or not the officer is appealing against the conviction, suspend the officer from carrying out his duties with effect from the date of his conviction pending the decision of the Disciplinary Committee under rule 28.
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 33 (7) If criminal proceedings against an officer decided with his release, and no appeal is made by or on behalf of the public prosecutor against the acquittal, the officer shall be allowed to carry out the duties and he has the right to receive any emoluments that were not paid during the period of his detention as well as annual vacation leave which he is entitled to it during the period of detention of his work.
(8) if the criminal proceedings against the officer decided with his release and appeals made by the public prosecutor, the Disciplinary Committee of the applicable jurisdiction to impose a penalty throw away work or demotion must decide whether or not the officer should continue to hold the job until the appeal was decided.

(9) If criminal proceedings against an officer decides to pensabitannya but on appeal the officer were released, the officer shall be allowed to carry out the duties and he has the right to receive any emolument which has not been paid within the period of detention or suspension of his job or both as well as any annual leave which he is entitled to it during the period of detention or suspension of his job or both.
(10) If criminal proceedings against an officer decided with his release but on appeal the officer has been convicted, the Disciplinary Committee of the applicable jurisdiction to impose a penalty throw away work or demotion must suspend the officer from carrying out his duties with effect from the date of his conviction pending the decision of the Disciplinary Committee under rule 28.
(11) for the purposes of these regulations, the word "release" includes discharge not is about addressing to the release.
Responsibility of the head of Department if he has been convicted of criminal offence 28. (1) If criminal proceedings against an officer decided to pensabitannya and he did not appeal against the conviction, or if the appeal against the conviction or if the appeal was rejected by the public prosecutor against the acquittal decided with pensabitannya, his head of Department shall promptly obtain a copy of the Court decision of Registrar, Deputy Registrar or Assistant Registrar of the Court by whom he has been convicted or appeal was rejected.
(2) when the decision referred to in subregulation (1) is received, the head of Department shall submit the decision to the Disciplinary Committee of the applicable jurisdiction to impose a penalty throw away work or demotion along with the officer's Service Record and certificate of the head of Department that — (a) the officer should be dismissed or lowered rank;
(b) the officer should be sentenced to any punishment other than throw away work or demotion;
34 the laws of Malaysia ACT 605 (c) the officer's service should be terminated in the public interest; or (d) no penalty should be imposed, depending on the type and seriousness of the offence was done relative to the extent of such conviction worsens the name of statutory bodies.
(3) If, after considering the report, records Services and certification department heads presented to him under subregulation (2), the Disciplinary Committee may be of the opinion that — (a) the officer should be dismissed or lowered rank, the Disciplinary Committee shall impose a penalty throw away work or demotion, as the Committee considers appropriate disciplinary;
(b) an offence therefore the officer has been convicted not justify the penalty throw away work or demotion but justify the imposition of a lighter penalty, the Disciplinary Committee shall impose on the officer of any one or more of the punishments other than throw away work or demotion as specified in rule 40 as the Committee considers appropriate disciplinary; or (c) no penalty should be imposed on the officer, the Disciplinary Committee shall membebaskannya.
(4) If a punishment other than throw away the work imposed on an officer or if no sentence has been imposed thereon, the Disciplinary Committee concerned shall direct the officer in order to carry out the duties.
Disciplinary action may not be taken until the criminal proceedings are finished 29. (1) If criminal proceedings have been instituted against an officer who has not yet finished, there are no any disciplinary action may be taken against the officer based on the same reasons criminal charge in the criminal proceedings.
(2) no nothing in subregulation (1) shall be construed as preventing the disciplinary action taken against the Officer pending the settlement of the criminal proceeding if the action is founded on any other reasons arising from his actions in the implementation of its duties.
As a result of the release of 30. (1) an officer who has been acquitted of a criminal charge in any criminal proceedings shall not be liable to disciplinary action on the same charge.
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 35 (2) no nothing in subregulation (1) shall be construed as preventing the disciplinary action taken against the officer for any other reasons arising from his actions in relation to the criminal charge, whether or not related to the performance of its duties, as long as the ground-coverings n for disciplinary action the not raise substantially the same issues with issues in criminal proceedings relating to a charge of criminal from whom the officer has been released.
Procedure where there is an order of detention, banishment, etc.
31. (1) where — (a) a detention order in addition to an order of remand detention pending trial or for the purposes of investigation;
(b) an order of surveillance, restricted residence, banishment or deportasi; or (c) an order imposing any form of restriction or supervision, either by bond or otherwise, have been made against an officer under any law relating to the security of Malaysia or any part of Malaysia, crime prevention, preventive detention, residential limited, banishment, immigration or protection of women and girls or protection of children, the head of the officer shall apply for a copy of the order from the relevant authorities.
(2) where a copy of the order referred to in subregulation (1) is received, the head of Department shall produce it to the Disciplinary Committee of the applicable jurisdiction to impose a penalty throw away work or demotion along with the officer's Service Record and certificate of the head of Department that — (a) the officer should be dismissed or lowered rank;
(b) the officer should be sentenced to any punishment other than throw away work or demotion;
(c) the officer's service should be terminated in the public interest; or (d) no penalty should be imposed, depending on the extent of the damage were taken by the officer to the name of the statutory bodies.
(3) If, after considering the report, records Services and certification department heads presented to him under subregulation (2), the Disciplinary Committee may be of the opinion that — (a) the officer should be dismissed or lowered rank, the Disciplinary Committee shall impose a penalty throw away work or demotion, as the Committee considers appropriate disciplinary;
36 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 (b) which excuse such order has been made against the officer does not justify the penalty throw away work or demotion but justify the imposition of a lighter penalty, the Disciplinary Committee shall impose on any such officer; one or more sentence other than throw away work or demotion as specified in rule 40 as he thinks fit and proper by the Disciplinary Committee; or (c) no penalty should be imposed on the officer, the Disciplinary Committee shall membebaskannya.
(4) If a punishment other than throw away the work imposed on an officer or if no sentence has been imposed thereon, the Disciplinary Committee concerned shall direct the officer in order to carry out the duties.
Part V DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURE Chapter 1 — General an opportunity to be heard in the disciplinary proceeding for the purpose of clear work or demotion 32. (1) subject to subregulation (2), in all disciplinary proceedings under these regulations, no person shall officers dismissed or lowered rank unless he has first notified in writing about the reasons which the action proposed and he has been given a reasonable opportunity to be heard.
(2) subregulation (1) does not apply in the following matters: (a) where an officer has been dismissed or demoted 28 ranks under subregulation (3) or 31 (3);
(b) if the Disciplinary Committee is satisfied that the applicable for a reason, to be recorded from by him in writing, it is not reasonably practicable to carry out the requirements of subregulation (1);
(c) if the Board is satisfied that in the interest of the security of Malaysia or any part thereof is not expedient to carry out the requirements of subregulation (1).
The Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee shall determine the type of breach of discipline 33. (1) where an officer is said to have committed a disciplinary offence — (a) the Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee concerned for the officer; or statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 37 (b) if there is more than one Disciplinary Committee stage in respect of such officer, the Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee has the jurisdiction to impose penalties in addition to remove job or demotion, shall, before commencing any disciplinary proceedings in respect of such officer, consider and determine whether the disciplinary offence complained of is of the type that should clear penalty of demotion or job or a sentence lighter than clear work or demotion.

(2) if the Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee referred to in paragraph (1) (a) or (b) determined that the disciplinary offence complained of is of the type that should clear penalty work or demotion, he shall refer the case to the Disciplinary Committee has the jurisdiction to impose such a sentence.
Chapter 2 — disciplinary proceedings with no clear purpose or job demotion Procedure in disciplinary cases with no clear purpose or job demotion 34. (1) if the specified under regulation 33 that the disciplinary offence complained of against an officer is of the type that fit to impose a lesser sentence than the throw away work or demotion, Disciplinary Committee concerned referred to in paragraph 33 (1) (a) or (b), having satisfied that there exists a disciplinary offence, the officer shall notify in writing the facts of disciplinary offence alleged to have been committed by him and shall give the officer an opportunity to make representations in writing within two thirty days from the date he notified of that fact.
(2) if the Disciplinary Committee may be of the opinion that the representations of the officer requires further clarification, the Disciplinary Committee may require the officer to provide further explanations within such period as may be prescribed by the Disciplinary Committee.
(3) If, after considering the representations of the officer and, where further clarification is given, further clarification of the officer, the Disciplinary Committee — (a) found the officer guilty of the disciplinary offence alleged to have been committed by him, the Disciplinary Committee shall impose on the officer of any one or more of the punishments other than throw away work or demotion as specified in rule 40 as the Committee considers appropriate disciplinary; or (b) found the officer not guilty, the Disciplinary Committee shall membebaskannya.
38 the laws of Malaysia ACT 605 Chapter 3 — disciplinary proceedings with the aim to remove job or demotion Procedures in cases of discipline with the aim to remove job or demotion 35. (1) if the specified under regulation 33 that the disciplinary offence complained of against an officer is of the type of penalty should throw away work or demotion, Disciplinary Committee concerned to whom the case is referred shall consider all information available.
(2) if the Disciplinary Committee appears concerned that there exists a prima facie case against the officer, the Disciplinary Committee concerned shall — (a) direct that a charge containing the facts alleged disciplinary offence has been committed by the officer and grounds of which the officer is proposed to dismissed or lowered meteoric sent to the officer; and (b) calling the officer to make, within twenty-one days from the date he receives the charge, a representation in writing containing the reasons upon which he relies to free him.
(3) where, after considering representations made pursuant to subregulation (1), the Disciplinary Committee may be of the view that disciplinary offences committed by such officer does not justify the penalty throw away work or demotion, Disciplinary Committee concerned may impose on the officer any lesser penalty specified in rule 40 as he may consider appropriate disciplinary Committee.
(4) If the officer does not make any representations within the period specified in paragraph (2) (b), or if the officer has made such representations but representation is unable to clean itself up to satisfaction of the Disciplinary Committee may be, the Disciplinary Committee shall continue to consider and decide on dismissal or demotion of the officer.
(5) If the Disciplinary Committee's opinion that the case against the officer requires further clarification, the Disciplinary Committee may establish an investigation Committee for the purpose of obtaining further clarification of such.
The Investigation Committee 36. (1) the investigation Committee shall consist of not less than two officers of statutory bodies or the Ministry.
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 39 (2) the members of the investigation Committee shall rank higher than the officer who investigated the but head of Department officer who investigated shall not be a member of the investigation Committee.
Procedure to be followed by the investigation committee 37. (1) Investigation Committee — (a) shall notify the officer investigated the date question of dismissal or decreases meteoric will be brought before the Committee Investigation; and (b) may call and examine any witness or to take such action as it deems necessary or fit the investigation Committee to obtain further details on the case.
(2) if the investigation Committee is of the view that the officer should be allowed to appear before the investigation Committee to clean himself, the officer shall be presented himself in front of the Committee for that purpose.
(3) if witnesses are called and examined by the investigation Committee, the officer shall be given the opportunity to attend and to question reply witnesses of him.
(4) no evidence dokumentar can be used against an officer unless the officer has before that dibekali with a copy of such evidence or have been given access to the evidence.
(5) an investigation Committee may allow statutory bodies or such officer to be represented by an officer statutory bodies or, in the case of an incredible, by a barrister and solicitor, but the investigation Committee may withdraw such permission subject to any delays that are reasonable and necessary to enable the officer to present the case himself.
(6) if the investigation Committee allow the statutory bodies are represented, the investigation Committee shall also allow the officer investigated is represented in the same way.
(7) if the officer investigated required to appear before the investigation Committee is not present at the specified date and time and if there is sufficient reason given for delay, the investigation Committee may continue to consider and decide on the complaint or may adjourn the proceedings to a date to another.
(8) upon the completion of his investigation, the investigation Committee shall submit a report on the investigation to the Disciplinary Committee concerned.
40 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 (9) If the Disciplinary Committee may be of the opinion that the report submitted to him under subregulation (8) is not clear about certain matters or that further investigation was necessary, Disciplinary Committee concerned may refer the matter back to the investigation Committee for further investigation.
More reasons for dismissal 38. (1) If, during an investigation conducted by the investigation Committee, further reasons for dismissal of officers investigated were visible, the investigation Committee shall notify the Disciplinary Committee concerning the further reasons.
(2) if the Disciplinary Committee thought should continue action against the officer based on more reasons that, the officer shall be given a written statement of the reasons, and the procedures set out in rule 35, 36 and 37 shall apply in respect of the further reason as such procedures apply in respect of the original reasons.
The Power Of The Disciplinary Committee 39. If, after considering the representations of officers and report of the investigation Committee, if any, Disciplinary Committee concerned — (a) found the officer guilty of the disciplinary offence alleged to have been committed by him and the officer should be dismissed or lowered rank, Disciplinary Committee shall impose a penalty throw away work or demotion, as the Committee considers appropriate disciplinary;
(b) found the officer guilty of the disciplinary offence alleged to have been committed by him but, after taking into account in the consideration of the circumstances in which disciplinary offence has been committed and the alleviation of others, the offence does not justify the penalty throw away work or demotion but justify the imposition of a lighter penalty, the Disciplinary Committee shall impose on the officer of any one or more of the punishments other than throw away work or demotion as specified in rule 40 as it deems appropriate by the Discipline Committee; or (c) the officer found not guilty, the Disciplinary Committee shall membebaskannya.
PART VI SUMMARY DISCIPLINARY PUNISHMENT disciplinary sentence Type 40. If an officer is found guilty of a disciplinary offence, any one or any combination of two or more of the following penalties, depending on the seriousness of the offence, can be imposed on the officer: (a) a warning;
(b) a fine;
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 41 (c) lucut right emoluments;
(d) suspend salary movement;
(e) the whole salary;
(f) demotion;
(g) remove work.
Fine or lucut right emoluments 41. (1) fine or lucut right emoluments shall be made in accordance with subregulation (2), (3), (4), (5) and (6).

(2) any fine imposed at any one time shall not exceed an amount equal to the emoluments for seven days the officer concerned.
(3) where an officer fined more than once in any calendar month, the aggregate penalty imposed upon him in that month shall not exceed the amount equal to forty five per cent of the emoluments abstention.
(4) where the sentence imposed is because the officer is absent without leave or to work without first getting permission or without reasonable cause, such forfeiture the officer's emoluments shall, unless decided otherwise by the Disciplinary Committee concerned, calculated taking into account the actual period the officer is not present.
(5) fine or lucut right emoluments could not be imposed on an officer who is absent without leave or without first getting permission or without reasonable cause if the officer's emoluments have been dilucuthakkan, in respect of absences to work that, under regulation 26.
(6) all fines or other emoluments shall be deducted lucut right from the officer's monthly emoluments and shall be paid to the results of the statutory bodies.
Grace 42 salary movement. (1) Sentence pause salary movement may be imposed by the Disciplinary Committee for concerned — (a) the period of three months;
(b) six months;
(c) nine months; or (d) twelve months as he thinks fit by the Disciplinary Committee.
42 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 (2) Sentence pause salary movement imposed on an officer shall be exercised at the anniversary date of the next salary movement for the officer after the date of the imposition of the sentence by the Disciplinary Committee concerned.
(3) an officer who is to sentence pause salary movement imposed shall not be entitled to receive any salary movement for and during the period of the sentence is in force.
(4) a sentence pause salary movement shall have the following consequences at the officer in it the sentence imposed: (a) movement of his salary should be changed to the date closest salary movement after the expiration of the sentence; and (b) the date of his salary movement shall remain at the date changed under paragraph (a) until the officer reaches the maximum ladder in the schedule of his salary.
Down 43 salaries. (1) Disciplinary Committee concerned may impose punishment down on the salary of an officer in accordance with the provisions of the following: (a) the salary can only be lowered horizontally in the same salary level;
(b) the salary reduction cannot exceed three salary movement; and (c) the term of the sentence shall not be less than twelve months but should not be more than thirty six months at any one time.
(2) the sentence down salary imposed on an officer shall be exercised on such date as the Disciplinary Committee may be.
(3) the date of salary movement of an officer who is to sentence down salaries imposed shall be modified to the date the salary movement following the sentence ends.
(4) an officer who is to sentence down salaries imposed shall not be entitled to receive any salary movement for and during the period of the sentence is in force.
Demotion 44. The Disciplinary Committee concerned may impose a punishment of demotion over an officer according to the following ways: (a) by lowering the officer grade to a lower grade in the same scheme of service; and statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 43 (b) by specifying that the new salary of the officer shall be at a salary point in the schedule of salaries for the reduced grade so that the salary is lower than, but closest to the, last drawn salary received by the officer before the sentence is imposed thereon.
PART VII DETENTION WORK and SUSPENSION WORK work for the purposes of the investigation Detention 45. (1) without prejudice to rules 27 and 46, if an officer alleged or reasonably suspected to have committed an offence or a serious disciplinary offence, the Disciplinary Committee of the applicable jurisdiction to impose a penalty throw away work or demotion on the officer can withstand the officer works for a period not exceeding two months for the purpose of facilitating the investigation against the officer.
(2) in deciding whether to hold a job an officer under subregulation (1), the Disciplinary Committee concerned shall take into account the following factors: (a) whether the allegations or suspected offence that is directly in relation to the duties of the officer; and (b) whether the officer's presence at the Office will disrupt the investigation.
(3) If, within the period of a person the officer detained work, — (a) criminal proceedings have been instituted against the officer in any court; or (b) disciplinary action had been taken against him with the intention of dismissal or decreases meteoric, order the detention of a work made under subregulation (1) shall cease to have effect from the date the criminal proceedings instituted or disciplinary action is taken against the officer; and Disciplinary Committee concerned shall take such action as it may deem fit under rule 46.
(4) an officer who has been detained under this Regulation shall be entitled to receive its full emoluments during the period of detention of his work.
The detention of 46 works. (1) the Disciplinary Committee of the applicable jurisdiction to impose a penalty throw away work or demotion may, if it thinks fit and proper and taking into account the matters 44 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 specified in subregulation (4), hold an officer from carrying out his duties if — (a) criminal proceedings have been instituted against the officer; or (b) disciplinary proceedings for the purpose of sentence throw away work or demotion imposed thereon has been instituted against the officer.
(2) where an officer has been detained under paragraph (1) (), the detention of his work can be made with effect from the date he was arrested or from the date of the summons was served upon him.
(3) where an officer has been detained under paragraph (1) (b), the detention of his work can be made with effect from the date specified by the Disciplinary Committee concerned.
(4) in deciding whether to hold a job an officer under subregulation (1), the Disciplinary Committee concerned shall take into account the following factors: (a) whether the type of offence the officer charged with him was directly relating to its work;
(b) whether the officer's presence at the Office will disrupt the investigation;
(c) whether the officer's presence at the Office to carry out the duties and responsibilities of the common can be embarrassing or detrimental to the name or the image of the statutory bodies; and (d) whether, having regard to the type of offence which the officer charged with the officer's work, detention will result in the loss of statutory bodies.
(5) If the Disciplinary Committee may be calling back an officer who was detained under subregulation (1) to carry out the duties while the criminal proceedings or disciplinary proceeding for the purpose of dismissal or decreases meteoric is pending, then — (a) the detention order shall cease to have effect from the date the officer carrying out the duties;
(b) the officer shall be paid its full emoluments from the date he or she carries out the duties; and (c) any part of the emolumennya that have been not paid during his detention cannot be paid until the criminal proceedings or disciplinary proceeding for the purpose of dismissal or decreases meteoric finished and a decision relating to emoluments is made by the Disciplinary Committee concerned.
(6) during the period of detention of its work under this regulation, an officer shall be entitled, unless and until he is suspended or dismissed, to receive no less than half a emolumennya as the Disciplinary Committee may think fit may be.
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 45 (7) without prejudice to subregulation 27 (7), if an officer has been acquitted of a criminal charge or has been released but the relief is about addressing not to a release or were released from any disciplinary charge, of any part of emolumennya which was not paid to him while he is detained work shall be paid to him.
Suspension work is 47. (1) the Disciplinary Committee of the applicable jurisdiction to impose a penalty throw away work or demotion may suspend an officer from carrying out his duties if — (a) the officer has been convicted by any criminal court; or (b) an order as set out in rule 31 was made against the officer.
(2) the period of suspension of work under this rule shall have effect and the date of the conviction or the effective date of the order, as the case may be.
(3) an officer who has been suspended from carrying out its work — (a) shall not be allowed to receive any part of emolumennya which was not paid within the period of his detention under rule 46; and (b) shall not be entitled to receive any emolument during the period of suspension of work.

(4) decisions of the Disciplinary Committee to suspend the work of an officer shall be made known to him in writing.
The emoluments paid not 48. (1) if disciplinary proceedings against an officer decided with the officer is dismissed, he or she shall not be entitled to any part of emolumennya which was not paid to him during the period of detention or suspension of his work.
(2) if disciplinary proceedings against an officer decided with a penalty in addition to dispose of the work imposed on the officer, he shall be entitled to receive any part of emolumennya which was not paid to him during the period of detention or suspension of his work.
The exercise of the duties of 49. If an officer has been detained under regulations 46 or suspended work under regulation 47, and disciplinary proceedings against the officer decided with a penalty in addition to dispose of the work imposed on the officer, Disciplinary Committee concerned shall direct the officer in order to carry out the duties.
46 laws of Malaysia ACT Disciplinary Procedure 605 for an officer serving aboard 50. If the disciplinary proceedings were instituted against an officer outside of Malaysia, the officer shall be detained work according to regulation 46, and if he has been convicted, disciplinary action shall be taken under these regulations against it.
No officer can leave Malaysia without the written permission of 51. (1) an officer who has been arrested or suspended from discharging its duties may not leave Malaysia without first getting permission from the Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee concerned.
(2) if the officer who has been arrested or suspended from duty serving outside Malaysia, he shall immediately called back to Malaysia and he can't leave Malaysia without first getting permission from the Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee concerned.
(3) Notwithstanding subregulation 46 (6), the Disciplinary Committee concerned shall take all necessary measures to stop payment of any emoluments to an officer who was detained for work but had left Malaysia without first getting permission from the Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee concerned.
PART VIII MISCELLANEOUS details of offences and punishments must be recorded 52. Every disciplinary action taken against an officer who decided with a penalty imposed on the officer under these regulations shall be entered in the Service Record of the officer stating the particulars of the offence has been committed and the sentence that was imposed.
Service of notices, documents, etc.
53. (1) every officer shall give his head of Department address of his residence or any change of such address and such address shall be his address for purposes of delivering to whom any notice or document required to be served under these regulations or for the purposes of communicating with them about any matters relating to these regulations.
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 47 (2) any notice, document or communication left on or posted to or sent by any other manner reasonable to the address for service given under subregulation (1) shall be deemed to have been delivered or diberitahukan accordingly to the officer.
Signatures on letters and other correspondence 54. Any correspondence between the Disciplinary Committee in respect of officers subject to disciplinary actions shall be signed by the Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee or by any Disciplinary Committee angggota on behalf of the Chairman.
THIRD SCHEDULE [section 6 and 7] the COMPOSITION and JURISDICTION of the DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE and the DISCIPLINARY APPEAL COMMITTEE part I STATUTORY BODIES the establishment of DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE Disciplinary Committee 1. Shall be established for a specific statutory bodies Committee-Jawat nkuasa Discipline set out in the attachment.
The jurisdiction of the Disciplinary Committee 2. The Disciplinary Committee has jurisdiction on all matters relating to the conduct and discipline officer of each category set out in the first column Attachment is disciplinary committee consisting of members specified in the third column Attachment relating to that category.
The Disciplinary Committee shall comply with regulations 3. In carrying out its functions under this Act, every Disciplinary Committee shall comply with the regulations in the second schedule.
48 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 Declaration of interest 4. (1) if the Chairman or any member of a Disciplinary Committee has any interest in any disciplinary proceeding, he shall declare the types of interest and the Declaration shall be recorded in the minutes of meetings in which the Declaration has been made.
(2) the Chairman or any member of a Disciplinary Committee had any interest in any disciplinary proceeding cannot take part in the deliberation or decision of the Disciplinary Committee in the proceedings.
Appointment of alternate member 5. (1) the Board may, for reasons to be recorded, appoint any member of the Board or officer statutory bodies or nominate a Ministry officer to meet as Chairman or member of a Disciplinary Committee to replace Chairman or member specified in the annex in any disciplinary proceedings against an officer.
(2) an officer appointed under subparagraph (1) the Chairman or member of a Disciplinary Committee shall rank higher than the officer who is the subject of the disciplinary proceedings.
The Disciplinary Committee Meeting 6. For the purposes of its functions, a Disciplinary Committee shall meet on the date and at the place and at the time prescribed by the Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee.
The quorum of a meeting of the Disciplinary Committee 7. The Chairman and two other members of a Disciplinary Committee shall form a quorum for every meeting of the Disciplinary Committee.
Voting at the meeting of the Disciplinary Committee 8. All questions raised at the meeting of a Disciplinary Committee shall be decided through a vote of the majority of the members present and voting, and if the number of votes equal, then the Chairman shall have a casting vote.
The Disciplinary Committee meeting record of 9. The Chairman of a Disciplinary Committee shall ensure that records every disciplinary proceedings and minutes of every meeting of the Disciplinary Committee are stored properly.
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 49 Disciplinary Committee may require investigation 10. (1) before making any decision about any matter which the Disciplinary Committee are required to disconnect it in any disciplinary proceeding, a Disciplinary Committee may result in an investigation conducted by an investigation Committee for the purpose of clarification, information or recommendation in respect of the matter.
(2) an investigation Committee shall consist of not less than two officers of statutory bodies or ministries and the officer shall rank higher than the officer who investigated it.
(3) the investigation Procedure provided for in respect of the investigation Committee in the regulations in the Second Schedule shall apply to a Committee investigation of carrying out investigations under this paragraph.
The decision of the Disciplinary Committee shall diberitahukan to 11. Every Disciplinary Committee shall ensure that the results in any disciplinary proceeding diberitahukan in writing to an officer who is the subject of the disciplinary proceedings.
PART II DISCIPLINARY APPEAL COMMITTEE Establishment Of Disciplinary Appeal Committee 12. Shall be established for a specific statutory bodies Committee-Jaw t nkuasa Disciplinary Appeal set out in the annex.
The jurisdiction of the Disciplinary Appeal Committee 13. (1) the disciplinary Appeal Committee shall have power to receive, consider and decide on any appeal submitted by an officer against the decision of a Disciplinary Committee.
(2) the disciplinary Appeal Committee in respect of each category of officials specified in the first column Attachment are the Disciplinary Appeal comprising members of the member specified in the fourth column in annex in respect of that category.
Declaration of interest 14. (1) if the Chairman or any member of a Disciplinary Appeal Committee has any interest in any appeal brought before the disciplinary Appeal Committee, he shall declare the types of interest and the Declaration shall be recorded in the minutes of meetings in which the Declaration has been made.
50 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 (2) the Chairman or any member of a Disciplinary Appeal Committee who has an interest in any appeal brought before the disciplinary Appeal Committee cannot take part in the deliberation or decision of the disciplinary Appeal Committee in respect of the appeal.
Appointment of alternate member

15. (1) If the Chairman of a Disciplinary Appeal Committee is a Minister, the Prime Minister may, for reasons to be recorded, to appoint a Minister to presiding as Chairman of the disciplinary Appeal Committee in place of the Minister.
(2) if the Chairman of a Disciplinary Appeal Committee was the Secretary General of the Ministry, the Chief Secretary may, for reasons to be recorded, to appoint the Secretary General of another for presiding as Chairman of the disciplinary Appeal Committee to replace Secretary General set out in the annex.
(3) the Minister may, for reasons to be recorded, appoint any member of the Board or any officer of the Ministry to meet as a member of a Disciplinary Appeal Committee to replace the members set out in the attachment.
(4) an officer appointed under subparagraph (3) must rank higher than the officer appealed.
Disciplinary Appeal Committee Meeting 16. For the purposes of its functions, a Disciplinary Appeal Committee shall meet on the date and at the place and at the time prescribed by the Chairman of the disciplinary Appeal Committee.
The quorum for a meeting of the disciplinary Appeal Committee 17. The Chairman and two other members of a Disciplinary Appeal Committee shall constitute a quorum for every meeting of the disciplinary Appeal Committee.
Voting in Disciplinary Appeal Committee meeting 18. All the questions raised in the meetings of a Disciplinary Appeal Committee shall be decided through a vote of the majority of the members present and voting, and if the number of votes equal, then the Chairman shall have a casting vote.
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 51 Disciplinary Appeal Committee meeting Record 19. The Chairman of a Disciplinary Appeal Committee shall ensure that records every disciplinary appeal proceedings and minutes of every meeting of the disciplinary Appeal Committee properly kept.
Procedure of appeal 20. (1) an appeal by any officer who has been found guilty by a Disciplinary Committee shall be made in writing, through his head of Department, to the Disciplinary Appeal Committee within the period of fourteen days from the date of the decision of the Disciplinary Committee presented to him.
(2) the head of Department shall, not later than fourteen days from the date he received the appeal, submit the appeal together with the review to the Disciplinary Committee appealed against.
(3) within thirty days from the date of the Disciplinary Committee accepted the appeal and the Department Head reviews, Disciplinary Committee appealed against shall cause a copy of the record of disciplinary proceedings against the officer sent to the disciplinary Appeal Committee together with the reasons thereof.
(4) the Chairman of the disciplinary Appeal Committee may extend the period specified in subparagraph (1), (2) and (3) on the application of the officer concerned and when sufficient reasons given.
Hearing of appeal 21. (1) Immediately upon receipt of the appeal document as provided for in paragraph 20, the Chairman of the disciplinary Appeal Committee concerned shall hold a meeting of the disciplinary Appeal Committee to consider the appeal.
(2) the disciplinary Appeal Committee shall decide every appeal based solely on the merits of the appeal without accepting any further statement or additional evidence.
(3) Notwithstanding subparagraph (2), the disciplinary Appeal Committee may, if it thinks just and necessary, and subject to the right of the officer to be heard, ask any further statement or additional evidence than any others.
Disciplinary Appeals Committee Decisions 22. (1) in considering an appeal under paragraph 21 of the decision of a Disciplinary Committee, the disciplinary Appeal Committee may — (a) repatriated the case to the Disciplinary Committee for consideration again;
52 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 (b) confirm the decision of the Disciplinary Committee;
(c) confirm the decision of the Disciplinary Committee in respect of the officer's misconduct, but changed the sentence to a lesser penalty; or (d) reverse the decision of the Disciplinary Committee and the sentence and release the officer of the charge against him.
(2) the decision of the Disciplinary Appeal Committee is final.
Officer shall be notified about the results of the Disciplinary Appeal Committee 23. As soon as practicable after making its decision under paragraph 22 on an appeal made by an officer of the disciplinary Appeal Committee shall notify the officer about the decision.
Statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 53 L A M P IR A N [P e re n g g a n 1, 2 d a n 3] K E A N G G O T A N D A N B A N G ID U A S A h A W A T A N K U A S A T A T T E R D A N T IB J A W A T A N K U A S A R R A Y U N S T A T T E R B A T IB B A D G I A N B E R K A N U N AC W A T A N K U A S A T A T T E R W A T IB AC T A N K U A S A R R A Y U N S T A T A T E R K a T IB te g o ri t e g a w a i B a n g id u K a K a n sa e g g o ry a n J a w a n ku ta K e a sa a n g g o ry a n J a w a ta n ku a sa T ta te rt R ib u T a yu a ta te RT ib K e th a t e n g a r a h T in d a ft n t ta te rt ib d e n g a n t u ju a PSR en ge ru si: P en ge ru si: b u a n g k e a ta rj a t u n p a u ru n g ft t T im b a la n K e th a t e n g e ru si L e m b a g a M e n te ri P e n g a r a h u K u m p la n P e n g u n A n ru sa gg ot a: u gg ot a: T e rt in g g i K u m p u la n P e n g u ru sa n K e S th e tia u sa h a 2 o ra n g a n g g o ta L e m b a g a, d a n P ro fe si o n a l K e m e n te ri a n Yes n g d i la n tik o le h a P e n g e ru si L e m b a g a K u m p u la r d i b a w a h 2 o r a n g a n g g o ta L e m b a g a, L a p o r a n J a w a n ku ta sa ya n g a d i la n tik o le h a P e n g e ru si K a b in e t 1 9 7 6 L e m b a g a 54 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 K e th a t e n g
a r a h T in d a ft n t ta te rt ib b u k an d en ge ru si: P en ge ru si: d e n g a n t u a n b u ju a n g k e rj a T I m b a la K e th a n a u t u ry ru n r a n g ft t P e n g e ru si L e m b a g a M e n te ri P e n g a r a h u K u m p la n P e n g u n A n ru sa gg ot a: u gg ot a: T e rt in g g i K e S th e tia u sa h 2 o r a n g a n g g o ta L e m b a g a , K e m e n te ri n g a n d o n o le HA tik h P e n g e ru si 2 o r a n g a n g g o ta L e m b a g a L e m b a g a I n d i o la n tik o le h a P e n g e ru si L e m b a g a K u m p
u la n d e u ru sa n T in d a ft n t ta te rt ib b u k an d en ge ru si: P en ge ru si: d a n P ro fe si o n a l d e n g a n t u a n b u ju a n g k e a ta rj a t u n p a u ru n g ka t K e th a t e n g a r a h K e S th e tia u sa h a K e m e n te ri a n K u m p u la r d i b a w a h A n t s gg ot a: u gg ot a: L a p o r a n J a w a ta n ku a sa K a b in e t 1 9
7 6 T I m b a la K e th a n S e tia u sa h 2 o r a n g a n g g o ta L e m b a g a, K e m e n te ri a n (P e n ta b ir a n) o n g d i la n tik o le h a P e n g e ru si L e m b a g a 2 o r a n g a n g g o ta L e m b a g a I n d, yes i la n tik o le h a P e n g e ru si L e m b a g a W A T AC A N K U A S A T A T T E R W A T IB AC T A N K U A S A R R A Y U N s T
A T T E R K a T IB te g o ri t e g a w a i B a n g id u K a K a n sa e g g o ry a n J a w a n ku ta K e a sa a n g g o ry a n J a w a ta n ku a sa T ta te rt R ib u T a yu
a ta te rt ib statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 55 K u m p u la n S o ko n g a n T in d a ft n t ta te rt ib d e n g a n d en ge ru si: P en ge ru si: tu ju u b u a n g k e rj a a ta u tu ru n r a n g ft t K e TU a P e n g a r a h K e S th e tia u sa h a K e m e n te ri a n K u m p u la n B, C d a n D A n t s gg ot a: A n ot a gg: d i b a w a h L a p o r a n Ac w a ta n ku a sa K a b in e t T
IM b a la K e th a n S e tia u sa 1 9 7 6 h a K e m e n te ri a n (P e n ta b ir a n) 2 o r a n g a n g g o ta L e m b a g a I n d, yes i la n tik o le h a P e n g e ru si t e n a si h a
t U n d a n g-U n d a n g L e m b a g a K e m e n te ri a n 2 o r a n g a n g g o ta L e m b a g a I n d, yes i la n tik o le h a P e n g e ru si L e m b a g a W A T AC A N K U
A S A T A T T E R W A T IB AC T A N K U A S A R R A Y U N s T A T T E R K a T IB te g o ri t e g a w a i B a n g id u K a K a n sa e g g o ry a n J a w a ta n ku a sa K
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Te rt ib K u m p u la n S o ko n g a n T in d a ft n t ta te rt ib b u k an d en ge ru si: P en ge ru si: d e n g a n t u a n b u ju a n g k e K u rj a m p u la n B
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g e ru si L e m b a g a r a n g o 2 a n g g o ta L e m b a g a I n d, yes i la n tik o le h a P e n g e ru si L e m b a g a statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 57 laws of MALAYSIA Act 605 ACT statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 2000 LIST AMENDMENT law short title force amend from P.U. (A) 96/2001 order of statutory bodies 01-11-2000 (Tataterib and surcharge) (Amendment of first schedule) Order 2001 58 laws of Malaysia ACT 605 MALAYSIA Law Act 605 ACT statutory bodies (discipline and surcharge) 2000 LIST SECTION AMENDED Section Power amend with effect from the first schedule P.U. (A) 96/2001 01-11-2000