Gallant Commanders (Remembrance Allowance) Act 2001

Original Language Title: Panglima Gagah Berani (Remembrance Allowance) Act 2001

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WM laws of MALAYSIA Act 616 PRINT the GALLANT COMMANDERS ACT (ALLOWANCE MEMORIES) 2001 Contains 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 laws of Malaysia ACT 6162 GALLANT COMMANDERS ACT (ALLOWANCE MEMORIES) 2001 the date of Royal Assent.................. December 22, 2001, the date of publication in the Gazette............ 27 December 2001 REPRINTING BEFORE Reprinting the first......... 2004 Chief of Gallant (Allowance Memories) 3 laws of MALAYSIA Act 616 GALLANT COMMANDERS ACT (ALLOWANCE MEMORIES) 2001 ARRANGEMENT of SECTIONS section 1. Short title 2. Interpretation 3. Grant of allowance memories 4. Discontinuing memories of allowance 5. The grant to the recipient if ofkin/recognition awarded after death 6. The grant to the recipient who died before kadim commencement of Act 7. Prime Minister of distributing the amounts to be paid 8. Allowance of memories and the amount of money shall be charged at the Federal Consolidated Fund 9. Allowance of memories and the amount of money not assignable, etc.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 6164 Gallant Commanders (Allowance Memories) 5 laws of MALAYSIA Act 616 GALLANT COMMANDERS ACT (ALLOWANCE MEMORIES) 2001 an act to provide regarding the granting of allowances memories to recipients/recognition of Gallant Commanders and for matters connected therewith.
[December 2001]
Enacted by the Parliament of Malaysia as follows: short title 1. This Act may be cited as the Gallant Commanders Act (Allowance Memories), 2001.
Interpretation 2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "children" includes stepchildren and children taken as adopted by the recipient under any written law relating to adoption, or according to custom or Convention;
"Bestowing" means Bestowing Gallant Commanders awarded under Statutes Gallant Commanders (P.G.B.) [P.W. 3151/1960];
"memories of allowance" means an allowance memories given under subsection 3 (1);
Laws of Malaysia ACT 6166 "wife" or "husband" means the widow or widower recipient who died, that their marriage is recognised in Malaysia as a marriage that is valid under any law, religion, custom or Convention;
"recipient" means a person who has been awarded the degree of greatness.
Grant of allowance memories 3. (1) there may be granted an allowance memories of three hundred dollars a month to a recipient/recognition, and if the Styles awarded to the recipient more than once, then may be granted an allowance separate memories of three hundred dollars a month to him in respect of each/recognition awarded to him.
(2) allowance for memories to be payable in arrears not earlier than the end of each month.
(3) if the Styles awarded before the commencement of this Act and the recipient is still alive at the date of coming into operation of the allowance shall be paid to the recipient memories in backwards, starting from month/recognition is awarded to him, but cannot advance, in any condition, from June 1983.
(4) If the Styles awarded on or after the commencement of this Act, an allowance shall be paid to the recipient memories starting from Bestowing it awarded to him.
Discontinuing allowance memories 4. (1) the grant of an allowance shall cease to have memories of — (a) when the recipient dies;
(b) when the recipient is convicted of an offence by a court in the Federal and imposed the death penalty, or imprisonment for any period other than incarceration in lieu of penalty; or Chief of Gallant (Allowance Memories) 7 (c) when Bestowing the award cancelled or diungkaikan in accordance with section VIII of the Statute of Gallant Commanders.
(2) no allowance may be paid starting from memories of the month of the death of the recipient, or that the sentence imposed on the recipients, or Bestowing the award cancelled or diungkaikan, as the case may be.
(3) for the purposes of subsection (2), month of the sentence imposed means months of the sentence passed by the Court which tried or if any appeal against the sentence months the sentence confirmed on appeal.
(4) If the recipient received a pardon in respect of the conviction that free or if/recognition of cancelled or that diungkaikan is given back to him, the allowance must be given back to her memories of starting from the month of forgiveness non is received or Styles is given again.
The grant to the recipient if ofkin/recognition awarded after death 5. (1) where Styles was awarded before the commencement of this Act to a person who has died, may be given a sum of fifteen thousand dollars only once — (a) the wife or wives or husbands and children of the dead recipients still alive on the date of coming into operation of this Act;
(b) if at the date of commencement of this Act no spouse or child of the deceased recipient, the parents or the recipient parent's death the surviving at that date; or (c) if at the date of commencement of this Act no spouse, child or parent of the recipient's death, the surviving grandparent or grandfather or grandmother of the receiver of the dead living at that date.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 6168 (2) if Styles awarded after the commencement of this Act to a person who has died, may be given a sum of fifteen thousand dollars only once — (a) the wife or wives or husbands and children of the dead recipients still alive at the date of the award of the degree of the greatness of it;
(b) if at the date of the award/recognition that no spouse or child of the deceased recipient, the parents or the recipient parent's death the surviving at that date; or (c) if at the date of the award/recognition that no spouse, child or parent of the recipient's death, the surviving grandparent or grandfather or grandmother of the receiver of the dead living at that date.
The grant to the recipient who died before kadim commencement of Act 6. If Styles was awarded before the commencement of this Act and the recipient has died before the commencement date, may be given a sum of fifteen thousand dollars only once — (a) the wife or wives or husbands and children of the dead recipients still alive on the date of coming into operation of this Act;
(b) if at the date of commencement of this Act no spouse or child of the deceased recipient, the parents or the recipient parent's death the surviving at that date; or (c) if at the date of commencement of this Act no spouse, child or parent of the recipient's death, the surviving grandparent or grandfather or grandmother of the receiver of the dead living at that date.
Gallant commanders (Allowance Memories) 9 Prime Minister delegated the amount to be paid 7. The amount to be paid to the wife or wives or husbands, children, parents or grandparents, as the case may be, under section 5 or 6 shall be in accordance with any proportion specified by the Prime Minister.
Allowance of memories and the amount of money shall be charged at the Federal Consolidated Fund 8. Allowance of memories and the amount of money granted under this Act shall be charged at the Federal Consolidated Fund.
Allowance of memories and the amount of money not assignable, etc.
9. Any allowance for the memories or the amount of money granted under this Act is not assignable, transferred ownership, detained, separated or levied in respect of any claim.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 61610 laws of MALAYSIA ACT 616 GALLANT COMMANDERS ACT (ALLOWANCE MEMORIES) 2001 LIST AMENDMENT law short title force amend from — NO — Chief of Gallant (Allowance Memories) 11 laws of MALAYSIA ACT 616 GALLANT COMMANDERS ACT (ALLOWANCE MEMORIES) 2001 LIST SECTION AMENDED Section Power amend with effect from — NO —