Armed Act 1972

Original Language Title: Armed Forces Act 1972

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The armed forces and the laws of MAlAysiA Act reprinting 77 972 armed forces Act Contains all amendment until January 2006 published by the Commissioner of law revision, under the authority of Law Revision Act 968 in collaboration with MAlAyAn lAw JoUrnAl sdn bhd and PerCeTAkAn nAsionAl MAlAysiA bhd 2006 law Malaysia2 Act 77 972 armed forces Act date of assent............ 28 April 972 date of publication in the Gazette......... May 4 972 the English text is authentic text in. .. P.u. (b) 272/976 copyright Printer h PerCeTAkAn nAsionAl MAlAysiA berhAd all rights reserved. No part whatsoever of this publication may be reproduced or stored in a recoverable form or published in any form by any means electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording and/or otherwise without the prior written permission of Percetakan nasional Malaysia berhad (printer to the Government of Malaysia appointed).
Reprinting before reprinting the first............ 993 reprinting the second............ 999 Forces 3 laws of MAlAysiA Act armed forces Act 77 972 arrangement of sections part i preliminary section. Short title 2. Interpretation 3. The provisions about service actively part ii Permanent Forces 4. Establish permanent forces 5. membership of the permanent forces 5A. Service outside Malaysia 5B. Pertugasan officer or soldier-lasykar to the forces in and outside Malaysia 5 c. Lending officer or soldier-lasykar 5 d. use for the purposes of the operation of part iii Commission and appointed an officer of the Regular Force 6. Commissioning of officers 7. Types of Commission 8. R.a. Honorary 9. The cancellation of the Law Commission Act 77 0 Malaysia4. Appointment of young officers and Sea Cadet officer 0A. Cadet officer can pay for retrenchment. Revocation of appointment of 2. promotion 3. Exchange from one service to another Service or a Service in the same 4. Pertugasan officer 5. Regulations with regard to the commissioning of officers, etc., of part iV of the Recruitment and terms of service for Regular Forces 6. who can take in 7. Authority to recruit 8. How the recruitment of incoming and pengakusaksian 9. The false answers in paper pengakusaksian 20. Invalid recruitment or harassment against recruitment 2. Recruitment into the army shall be for a specific Corps 22. Exchange of one service to an other services 23. Pertugasan soldiers lasykar 24. The period of recruitment in 24A. section 24, 25 and 26 shall not apply 24B. The period of recruitment in soldier-lasykar taken in on or after a specified date 25. Extension and reduction of service 25A. Extension of service troopers-lasykar taken in on or after a specified date 26. Pertugasan the soldiers lasykar 26A. Pertugasan the soldier-lasykar taken in on or after a specified date 26B. No extension or pertugasan again after fifty-five years 26C. Service in the reserve for soldier-lasykar 27. Delay in the particular case of retrenchment or change to the storage of 28. Retrenchment section 5 29 armed forces. Change to the storage of 30. Withhold retrenchment or conversion to storage pending proceedings for offences 3. recruit can pay for retrenchment 32. rights of warrant officer to stop work when demoted to the rank of ordinary 33. Termination of the soldier-lasykar which is not of unsound mind 34. rules for calculating the 35 service. the validity of pengakusaksian, taking in and pertugasan the 36. Regulations on recruitment in 37. Interpretation of part iV part V offences and punishment offences with respect to Service military service 38. Help the enemies of 39. misconduct by the sovereign in the struggle for 40. misconduct by others in the movement against the enemy 4. Make contact with enemy 42. offence against the spirit of 43. Become a prisoner of war, as non-compliant or deliberate neglect; and not in again in 44 forces. offences by or relating to sentry, etc.
45. offences relating to the supply of 46. Plunder mutiny and default Order 47. 48 mutiny. Do not delete mutiny 49. Default behavior order 50. Non-compliant to officials 5. Non-compliant to the fixed order 52. Prevent the provos officer 53. Prevent a police officer arresting a member of the armed forces law section Malaysia6 Act 77 of duplication or not carrying out the duties of the military section 54. Remaining tasks 55. Absent without leave-56. Help and hide things remaining duties and absence without leave is 57. False statement in respect of leave is 58. Did not attend the parade or does not carry out 59. pretend pain 60. Drunkenness offences relating to property 6. offences in relation to public property and property services 62. offence in respect of property of members of the armed forces and 63. the various offences relating to property offences relating to, and by, persons in the custody of 64. Arrest and confinement messy 65. Allow the last run, and releasing people wrong in not valid 66. Against the arrest of 67. the last run of the custody of the legitimate offence to cruise and Flight 68. lose or endanger the ship or ship air 69. Flight, etc., harmful 70. Flying low 7. A massive flight 72. Inaccurate certification of 73. offences by the commanding officer of ebony 74. offences relating to ebony offences relating to Tribunal Services 75. offences in relation to military court 76. 7 armed forces false offences a range of section 77. Falsify documents 78 service. False accusations, etc.
79. Disclosure of information without the permission of 80. Attempt suicide 8. Menganiayai officers or soldiers of low rank lasykar 82. Retention of salary unlawful 83. vile behavior 84. Carry with is not supposed to be 85. the conduct officer or dishonourable 86. Attempt to commit offence against this Act 87. conduct prejudicial to discipline service 88. the offence of public punishment 89. sentence for 90. sentence for soldier-lasykar 9. Provide for a fine 92. 93. Arrest of field punishment The arrest of 94. Provisions to avoid unnecessary delay after arrest 94A. Chief Marshal Provos 94B. Provos Marshal and provos 94C. The appointment or authorisation to another investigator 94d. Verification of Disposal continue to Charge 95. Investigation of the charge by the commanding officer of 96. The charge shall be tried by the military courts directly or 97. Further proceedings on the charge against officer appointed, soldier-lasykar and voluntary personnel below the rank of warrant officer law Malaysia8 Act 77 98. Further proceedings on the charge against a qualified officer and warrant officer 99. Rejection of the charge shall be referred to higher authorities in 00. Confessions because remaining tasks by troopers-lasykar 0. The officer is required to serve as the commanding officer and senior authorities in question 02. limits of authority for try continue to charge the military courts: General provisions 03. jurisdiction and powers of the military courts 04. The powerful session 05. membership of the military court 06. Additional provisions on the composition of the military courts 07. Venue for conferences of the military courts and delays to other military courts — provisions relating to trial 8. Pencabaran by an accused person 09. Administration of oath 0. A military court shall be convened in open court. The dissolution of the military court 2. the decision of the military court 3. the finding and sentence 4. power to submit offences other than offences charged with 5. rules regarding evidence 6. privilege for witnesses and others in the military court 7. offences by members of the public in relation to military court 8. pledge Procedure 9. rules of Procedure 20. rules regarding the exercise of the functions of the judge advocate 2. Give consideration to the offence section 9 armed forces Verification, assessment and review of the Military Court proceedings section 22. Verification of military court proceedings 23. The petition against the finding or sentence of 24. Reviewing the findings of military court 25. power Verifier 26. Verifier 27. approval and confirmation required for certain death penalty 28. a review of the finding and sentence a military court 29. Consideration of the sentence of imprisonment and detention review the finding and Award 30. a review of the finding and award the finding about the crazy 3. Provision if the accused is found insane exclusion for functions of chief judge advocate 32. saving for the function of chief judge advocate Commencement, suspension and the duration of punishment 33. An initial sentence of 34. The period of imprisonment and 35 prisoners. Suspension of sentence Pelaksanakan the death penalty, Imprisonment and Detention 36. 37. Pelaksanakan the death penalty methods of imprisonment and Detention 38. Special provisions regarding Federal public prison in 39. Special provisions to implement or carry out punishments outside the Federation apart in prison or detention berek

40. country in which the sentence of imprisonment or detention to be conducted 4. Receive a temporary person arrested in public care 42. Duties of Superintendent of prisons and other officers to receive prisoner law Malaysia0 Act 77 the trial of those who are no longer subject to service law and the time limit for the trial section 43. Trial and sentence for an offence under the law of service even if the offender is no longer subject to service law 44. the time limit for the trial of the offence under service law relationship between legal services by public and Final Court Hearings 45. the Court's jurisdiction the public 46. No one may be tried under this Act for offences that are already resolved investigations 47. the Board of inquiry 48. investigation because the absence of the provisions of the Various 49. Recovery or compensation for stealing, etc.
50. The appointment of the chief judge advocate 5. The appointment of the judge advocate 52. Declaration of 53. Custody of the record of the proceedings of the military courts and the right of the accused to obtain a copy of 54. Indemnity for prison officers, etc.
55. Armed Forces Council power to make regulations under this part 56 Interpretation. Interpretation of part V part Vi salaries, Forfeiture and Deduction 57. Armed forces Council power to make regulations salaries and allowances the armed forces 58. Forfeiture and deduction: General provisions 59. Forfeiture due to absence stationed 60. Deduction for paying penalty public 6. Compensation for loss caused by the Act or the negligence of 62. Deduction for damage berek 63. Remission for forfeiture and deduction 64. Enforcement of maintenance order and an order determining the father 65 through salary deduction. Salary maintenance wife or child 66. the limit of deduction under section 64 and 65 and the forfeiture of 67. Service of process in a proceeding a living part Vii General provisions 68 Executive authority. Executive authority 69. Executive authority when different services Division served with Recovery of complaints 70. Complaints Officer 7. Complaints by soldiers-lasykar Provisions regarding ships under convoy 72. ships under convoy Provisions on salvaj 73. salvaj by ship or ship air seri Paduka baginda provisions relating to people Living tasks and absent without Leave 74. Capturing people live duties and absent without leave 75. Proceedings before a civil court if the person suspected is not present in a way that unlawful law section Malaysia2 Act 77 76. people live and which is absent without leave surrendered to police 77. Certificate of arrest or devotion people live duties and absence of 78 members. the duty of the prison superintendent and others to receive people live duties and absent without leave for offences relating to the armed forces punishable by Public Courts 79. sentence as pretend as a live task 80. the punishment due to prevent members of the regular forces in performing their duties the provisions in respect of evidence 8. General provisions in respect of evidence of 82. evidence for public trial 83. evidence of military provisions of the Various court proceedings 84. restrictions on demotion warrant officer and officer voids 85. Evasion charges on military salaries, pensions, etc.
86. the power of certain officers to take statutory declaration 87. Armed forces Council power to make regulations pension, etc.
87A. 87B contribution Collection. the validity of the contribution collected part Viii savings Regular Forces 88. 89. savings Officer The establishment of a Permanent Forces savings 89A. Ranks while serving in reserve 90. deployment to served the proclamation 9. deployment training for 92. Public employment is not affected by member service savings of 93. Retrenchment savings Member 94. Armed forces Council power to make regulations with respect to recruiting, payroll, reporting, etc., for members of the Reserve Force section 3 part iX voluntary Forces MAlAysiA section 95. Establishment of voluntary forces 96. membership of voluntary forces 97. Rule 98. Commissioning of 99 officer. The establishment of savings 200 Officers. Registration, resignation and dismissal 20. training and pertugasan 20A. part ii, iii and iV shall apply to voluntary forces 20B. Leave for training or pertugasan 20C. prohibition of the dismissal of workers because of training or pertugasan 202. They worked to serve 203. Prevents voluntary forces and assist or induce an oversight duty 204. error 205. the Board of investigation 206. the power of the yang di-Pertuan Agong to make rules 207. Armed forces Council power to make regulations 208. Exemption from certain public liability application of part X of the Act and the provisions of the Additional person subject to service law under this Act 209. the person subject to service law: General provisions 20. the person subject to service law: foreign forces 2. Application of Act for passenger ships and air ship his Majesty 22. Application of Act for the public law Malaysia4 Act application of Act 77 for Certain Forces section 23. Application of Act to force savings and voluntary 24. powers can be carried out in the subsidiary legislation 25. Implementation of the order, instrument, etc.
26. The transitional provisions 27. The abolition of the existing Ordinance and enactment of the first schedule second schedule Forces 5 laws of MAlAysiA Act 77 972 armed forces Act an act to amend and consolidate the law relating to the creation, administration and discipline of the armed forces.
[June 976, P.U. (b) 27/976]
MAK A law it enacted by the seri Paduka baginda yang di-Pertuan Agong with the advice and consent of the dewan negara and dewan rakyat in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows: part i preliminary short title. This Act may be cited as the armed forces act, 972.
Interpretation 2. in this Act, unless the context otherwise requires, the following expressions shall have the meaning hereby assigned to them respectively: "personnel reserve" means officers and lasykar soldiers who are required to serve in the Reserve Forces under part Viii when terminated or even full service their time with regular forces;
"voluntary member" means a member of any voluntary forces is not a qualified officer in the forces;
Law Malaysia6 Act 77 "voluntary forces" including cbx, voluntary savings Royal Malaysian Navy and Royal Malaysian air force voluntary;
"armed forces" or "armed forces his Majesty" includes the permanent forces and voluntary forces of Malaysia and any other forces declared by the yang di-Pertuan Agong from time to time as troops;
"regular forces" includes the Malaysian army, Royal Malaysian Navy and Royal Malaysian air force: provided that a Permanent Forces reserve officer or an officer who had retired within the meaning of any written law shall not be treated as a member of the regular forces except to the extent expressly provided by this Act;
"soldier-lasykar" means any person, other than an officer, who was taken into the regular forces and (subject to such adaptations and modifications as may be prescribed by any law or condition of service relating to the appointment, loans or pertugasan) any soldier-lasykar Navy, army or air forces of a foreign country who are appointed, seconded or assigned with the regular forces;
"air ship materials" includes — (a) parts and components or accessories air ship, whether at this time is in the air ship or not;
(b) the engine, armament, ammunition, bombs and any other type of guided in, or for use in the air, ships;
(c) any equipment, apparatus or other apparatus in, or for use in, the air ship;
(d) any apparatus used in connection with the departure or landing ship air or to detect the movement of the air vessels; 7 armed forces and (e) any fuel or other thing that is used to move the ship and any substance used as a lubricant or coolant to ship air or air ship materials;
"dealing with the enemy", in relation to a person means that he is fighting with the enemy or almost want to fight with the enemy or are being attacked by the enemy or enemy attacks threatened by the almost true occurs;
"Star" includes medals, ribbons, medals and badges semat tape good behavior;
"emergency" includes war, invasion, riot, rebellion and civil disaster, whether actual or feared;
"salary" means any emoluments for an officer or soldier-lasykar may be prescribed from time to time as salary for the purposes of this Act by the regulations made under section 57;

"public property" means any property, whether movable or immovable belonging to any Department of the Federal Government or held for the purpose of any of the Department;
"service property" includes property belonging to a unit, institution or the residence of the unit or any local organization equal to the Institute of Navy, army and air force british Forces;
"the custody of the public" means any prison, gels or other places in Malaysia where offenders sentenced by a civil court to be detained in Malaysia with valid and, if sentenced outside Malaysia, any prison, gels or other places where a person was sentenced to imprisonment for a period by public courts having jurisdiction in the place where the sentence has been passed can be remanded for the time being lawfully;
"rules of Procedure" has the meaning assigned to it by section 9;
Law Malaysia8 Act 77 "Investigation Board rules" means the rules with respect to the Board of inquiry made by the Minister under section 47;
"rules of imprisonment and Detention" means the rules in respect of imprisonment and detention of the person subject to service law under this Act made by the Minister under section 37;
"his Majesty ship" means any vessel chartered for the Royal Malaysian Navy or Royal Malaysian Navy volunteer and any ships on duty in the service of his Majesty, whether belonging to his Majesty or not;
"air ship" means any machinery to fly, whether driven by way of machinery or not and includes any type of balloons;
"air ship seri Paduka baginda" means any air ship in the service of his Majesty, whether belonging to his Majesty or not;
"damage" includes the carnage, and a reference to "damage" shall be construed accordingly;
"public offense" has the meaning assigned to it by subsection 88 (2);
"services" means the Chief of army, Commander-in-Chief of the Navy or Chief of the air force, as the case may be;
"civil court" means a court having jurisdiction of the crime but does not include any court outside Malaysia except if expressly provided otherwise;
"military court", unless expressly provided otherwise, means a military court under this Act;
"Armed forces Council" means the Council established under Article 37 of the Constitution;
9 armed forces "steal" means found guilty of stealing as defined in penal code [Act 574];
"Minister" means the Minister responsible for defence;
"the enemy" includes everyone who participated in the movement of the armed forces against any armed forces of his Majesty or any forces that work to them and also includes the armed opponents of the pillaging, armed terrorist with armed and pirates;
"promotion" means any type of rank and includes rate;
"the rank of acting" means any type of promotion (whatever name called) which has attained can be commanded to revealed to rank originally by a commanding officer having authority under regulations made under section 55; and "acting warrant officer", "Acting Chief Officer of the small", "acting voids officer" and "acting small officer" shall be construed accordingly;
"officer" means any person in rank or rank higher than the officer young sea or cadet officers who are appointed to or commissioned in the armed forces and (subject to such adaptations and modifications as may be prescribed by any law or condition of service relating to the appointment, loans or pertugasan) any officer of the Navy, army or air forces of a foreign country who was appointed , seconded or assigned accordingly to the armed forces;
"senior officer", in respect of any officer or soldier-lasykar other, means any officer or soldier-lasykar authorized to give something a valid order to the officer or soldier-the lasykar in accordance with this Act or the regulations made thereunder or pursuant to the prevalence of service;
Law Malaysia20 Act 77 "commanding officer", in relation to any person, means an officer, whatever meteoric, that directly ruled units, ships, stations, or team, in which he served or served;
"the provos officer" means the provos Marshal or an officer appointed for carrying out the provos functions conferred by or under this Act to the provos;
"arrest" includes arrest and arrest by the public authorities;
"The command Council of the armed forces" means instruction or order issued by the armed forces Council pursuant to this Act;
"services" if used as an adjective, means being in or in connection with the armed forces or any part of the armed forces;
"the superior authority concerned" has the meaning assigned to it by section 0 (2);
"the qualifying authority" means the armed forces Council or any officer appointed by the armed forces Council for that purpose;
"abuse of fraudulently" includes, as the case may be, of an offence criminal breach of trust as defined in the Penal Code and the word "fraudulently abusing" shall be construed accordingly;
"air signal" means any message, signal or indication given, in any manner whatsoever, to guide the ship air or an air ship certain;
"reserve" means a reserve fixed Forces established under section 89;
"the detention of salary" means obtaining, through deduction from the salary of the offender, a certain amount of money as compensation for any expenses, loss or damage caused by an offence against this Act;
Armed forces 2 "due date" means a date specified by the Minister by notification in the Gazette and the Minister may set different dates for the commencement of the various provisions and the date can be earlier than the date of publication of this Act.
The provisions about service actively 3. () in this Act the expression "active service", in relation to an armed forces means that the forces are currently fighting with the enemy or are in a country or territory outside Malaysia for the purpose of preserving the soul or property or in the military occupation of a foreign country, and in relation to a person means that the person serving in or with something that forces are currently in active service.
(2) if it appears on the Minister that, by reason of his active service almost true occurred or has been around recently, need something forces deemed to be in the service actively, he may declare that the forces in active service are deemed to be for such period, not exceeding three months from the date of coming into operation of the Declaration as stated in it.
(3) if the Minister considers necessary in order for the period specified in a declaration under subsection final mentioned previously should be extended or, if previously has been extended under this subsection, the period should be extended, he may declare that the period be extended for such period, not exceeding three months, as specified in the declaration under this subsection.
(4) If, at any time any of the forces deemed to be in the service actively in accordance with the provisions of this section mentioned earlier, by relying on the Minister that there is no need for the forces is considered to be still in active service, he may direct that, starting from the date of commencement of the command the forces shall cease to be deemed to be in active service; but any direction under this subsection shall not be touching anything done by virtue of a declaration made before the commencement of such instructions.
Law Malaysia22 Act 77 (5) the Minister may delegate the powers conferred upon him by subsection (2) and (3) to any officer not below the rank of Colonel or equivalent who ruled an armed forces serving outside the Federation: provided that before an officer to whom have been delegated by the Minister all or any of the powers mentioned earlier that makes a declaration under this section he shall unless he is satisfied that the Minister is not likely to be reached with fast enough, getting the consent of the Minister of the Declaration; and if in any case the consent could not be obtained before a declaration under this section made the officer shall report to the Minister as soon as possible that such declaration has been made.
Part ii Permanent Forces Establish regular forces

4. () in Malaysia three regular force Service the following shall be established and maintained, namely: (a) "Malaysian army" or in English "The Malaysian Army" (hereinafter referred to as "Army");
(b) "Royal Malaysian Navy" or in English "The royal Malaysian navy" (hereinafter referred to as "Navy"); and (c) "Royal Malaysian air force" or in English "The royal Malaysian Air Force" (hereinafter referred to as "air force").
(2) in each year of the proposed expenditure will be made for the permanent forces to be included in the total estimated expenses will be made for the armed forces.
Armed forces regular forces manning 23 5. () Fixed Forces shall consist of Corps, ships, and other components as developed and established from time to time by the armed forces Council with the approval of the yang di-Pertuan Agong by order published in the Gazette.
(2) every ship, Corps, or other components that the team created or established by an order made under the provisions of subsection end referred to previously and should have known with the name or title as may be prescribed by the armed forces Council with the approval of the yang di-Pertuan Agong in that order.
(3) any reference in any law of any Corps, ships, team or other components created, established and named as aforesaid shall be construed as a reference to the Corps, ships, or other components of the team or, as required by the context, about its members.
(4) a corps, teams or other component shall consist of units as determined by the armed forces Council from time to time.
(5) the Council of the armed forces, with the approval of the yang di-Pertuan Agong may from time to time, by order published in the Gazette do any of the following matters, namely: (a) dissolve any Corps, teams or other components of the whole or in part;
(b) consolidate any Corps with any other corps or any team with any other team or any component of any of the other components;
(c) deleting the names of any ship from the register; or (d) alter or amend the name or title of any Corps, ships, team or other components.
Law Malaysia24 Act 77 Service outside Malaysia 5A. Armed forces Council may require that an officer or soldier-lasykar served outside Malaysia.
Pertugasan officer or soldier-lasykar to the forces in and outside Malaysia 5B. Armed forces Council () can assign any officer or soldier-lasykar temporarily to — (a) any visitor forces in Malaysia pursuant to paragraph 7 () (b) of the Act Forces Solo 960 [Act 432]; or (b) any foreign forces something another country outside Malaysia.
(2) an order made pursuant to paragraph () (b) shall be binding upon the officer or soldier-lasykar, as the case may be, to military law under this Act to the extent, and subject to such adaptations and modifications as provided by or under any written law relating to pertugasan members of the armed forces in that country.
Lending officer or soldier-lasykar 5 c. Armed forces Council can lend any officer or soldier-lasykar to the service — (a) a Department of the Federal Government;
(b) a State;
(c) a local authority;
(d) a statutory body; or (e) an organization, within or outside Malaysia: provided that any officer or soldier-lasykar, as the case may be, shall continue to be members of the regular forces but his remuneration shall be paid by the Department of the armed forces 25 Federal, State, authority or organization, as the case may be, which he lent to his service.
use for the purpose of operating 5 d. section 5A, 5B and 5 c shall not apply in respect of the use for the purposes of the operations officer or soldier-lasykar as the case may be.
Part iii Commission and appointed an officer of the Regular Force officer Commission 6. () the yang di-Pertuan Agong may on the recommendation of the Council of the armed forces also earned him a Commission in the army, Navy or air force to any person, as the case may be: provided that only the Malays could be commissioned in the Royal Malay Soldiers.
(2) if the person to be granted a Commission under subsection () was an officer in the volunteer forces, armed forces Council can receive services accounted for the officer, if any, including meteoric on and other matters relating thereto, as the service is taken into account.
(3) for the purposes of subsection (2), section 5 shall apply.
Types of Commission 7. () a Commission to be granted under the provisions of the previous section the last mentioned can be granted either for a specific period not specified or for a set period of time and shall be in one of the things that according to the law Malaysia26 Act 77 the form prescribed by regulations made under section 5 and shall be issued under the Seal of the yang di-Pertuan Agong and stamped with the Seal of the great Federation.
(2) an authorisation letter issued for a specified period can be extended by the yang di-Pertuan Agong for the period as it deems expedient.
R.a. honor 8. the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may confer honorary Commission in the permanent forces to those he deems worthy.
Revocation of authorisation letter 9. the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may on the recommendation of the Council of the armed forces at any time without assigning any reason revoke any authorisation letter to be granted under the provisions of this section.
Appointment of young officers and Sea Cadet officers 0. () a person may be appointed by the Council of the armed forces as a young marine officer or cadet officers for a period of service not specified or for a specified term.
(2) a person under the age of seventeen and a half years cannot be appointed as a young officer or officer Cadet sea without the written consent of parents or guardian.
Cadet officer can pay for retrenchment 0A. Subject to any regulations made under this part, an Officer cadet, other soldiers-lasykar who was appointed as a cadet officer, may, before the expiry of three months from the date of his appointment, apply to the authorities for retrenchment and 27 armed forces with armed forces Council consent and upon the payment of a sum of money not exceeding six months elaunnya as may be prescribed retrenched he shall as soon as possible.
Revocation of appointment. Armed forces Council may at any time, without giving any reason, cancel any appointment made by him under section 0.
promotion 2. () The Council of the armed forces or an officer duly authorised on his behalf may from time to time promoted someone young officer Cadet sea or sea to and including the rank of acting Vice Lieutenant of the sea.
(2) the Council of the armed forces or an officer duly authorised on his behalf may from time to time authorised officers promoted to the rank of Captain and included in the army or equivalent in Navy and air force, as the case may be.
(3) promotion to a higher rank than those specified in subsection (2) shall, with the approval of the yang di-Pertuan Agong on the recommendation of the Council of the armed forces.
The conversion of one service per to a service or in the service of the same 3. () an authorised officer or a person appointed under section 0 can be changed from one service to another, or a service from a branch to a corps or Corps or other branches in the same service, the regular forces — (a) with his consent itself;
(b) by order of the armed forces Council made with the approval of the yang di-Pertuan Agong; or law Malaysia28 Act 77 (c) by order of the armed forces Council or officer duly authorised on his behalf at any time within the currency of Proclamation of emergency issued under article 50 of the Constitution.
(2) where a qualified officer or a person appointed under section 0 converted to a service, Corps or branch to another he shall be subject to all rules, regulations and orders that may be applicable to the services, the Corps or the branch and provided services shall be modified so as to correspond to the General conditions of service, Service or Corps to which branch he converted it.
(3) no qualified officer or person appointed under section 0 can be converted to a service, Corps or branch to another unless he is eligible to be assigned or appointed to service, Corps or the branch.
Pertugasan officer

4. a qualified officer or a person appointed under section 0 can be assigned temporarily from one service to another Service or from a one unit to a unit in that service.
Regulations with regard to the commissioning of officers, etc., of 5. Armed forces Council, with the approval of the yang di-Pertuan Agong, may make regulations including regulations which provide for things that can be removed by order in Council of the armed forces in respect of the accreditation and appointment of officers, their terms of service, including absorption, pertugasan and lending any officer to any body, forces or services, promotion, retirement, resignation, dismissal and any other matters as it deems necessary or expedient by the armed forces Council to carry out the more perfect the provisions of this section.
Armed forces 29 part iV Acquisition in and terms of service for Regular Forces who could be taken in 6. () Any person can be taken into regular forces: provided that only the Malays could be taken into the Royal Malay Soldiers.
(2) if the person taken in under subsection () is a voluntary members, armed forces Council can receive the services taken into consideration the voluntary members, if any, including meteoric on and other matters relating thereto, as the service is taken into account.
(3) for the purposes of subsection (2), section 36 shall apply.
Authority to recruit 7. Magistrate who held office in Malaysia and officers referred to below (in this Act referred to as a "recruiting officer") can take in people into regular forces — (a) senior officers Personnel Selection and Personnel Selection Officer for regular forces;
(b) any officer authorized permanent forces exclusively by the armed forces Council.
How the recruitment of incoming and pengakusaksian 8. () a person offers himself to take into the regular forces to be given a notice in the prescribed form which sets out the questions to be answered during the pengakusaksian and stating the General conditions of the pertugasan are the law Malaysia30 Act 77 made by him; and a Magistrate or an officer of the recruit cannot take in any people into regular forces unless he is satisfied that the person has been given the notice, understand it and want to be taken in.
(2) the Procedure for adopting someone into the regular force shall be as specified in the first schedule to this Act.
(3) an officer recruit cannot take in any persons under the age of seventeen and a half years without a written consent of a parent or guardian.
(4) where an officer recruit is satisfied with the production of certified copy of an entry in the birth register, or by any other evidence it appears to it sufficient that someone standing to take check-in has been reached or not reached the age of eighteen years, such person shall be deemed for the purposes of this Act have reached or, as the case may be, has not reached that age.
(5) the date a person signing the Declaration and oath set out in the paper that shall be deemed to pengakusaksian date pengakusaksian the person.
(6) a Magistrate or officer recruit may at any time, if satisfied that a mistake in the paper pengakusaksian someone not so material up to render fit that person retrenched, amend errors in the pengakusaksian paper, and paper amended shall thus be deemed to be valid instead-by things amended had been part of the original article in the paper.
(7) if any duplicate papers signed pengakusaksian and diakusaksikan, this section shall apply to duplicate it, and if any amendment is made in a paper pengakusaksian, that amendment shall be made in duplicate paper pengakusaksian it.
Armed forces 3 false Answers in paper pengakusaksian 9. () If a person knowingly gives a false answer to any question contained in paper pengakusaksian presented to him by or with the directions of the magistrate or officer recruit who in his presence he is present for the purpose of diakusaksikan, he shall, on conviction, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or to a fine not exceeding two hundred dollars, or both.
(2) If a person commits an offence under this section and he has diakusaksikan as a soldier-lasykar, he may, in the discretion of the qualified authorities, tried in front of the magistrate or by a military court because the offence.
Perek rutan that t not valid or harassment against recruitment 20. If a person without permission should be — (i) publish or cause to be published a notice or advertisement for the purpose of obtaining a recruit for permanent forces;
(ii) open or maintain any home, Office or meeting place for the purpose of recruiting the forces;
(iii) receive any person pursuant to any notice or advertisement as aforesaid; or (iv) directly or indirectly interfere with the work of recruiting for the fleet, he shall, on conviction, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or both.
Recruitment into the army shall be for a specific Corps 2. () a person taken in for service as a soldier to be taken into a certain Corps and army shall serve in the Corps for a period of full time service whether in law Malaysia32 Act 77 the period his or her intake or in any period of pertugasan again unless he converted into an other corps in accordance with the provisions of the following subsection: provided that a person taken in for serving as a soldier before he reaches the age of eighteen years can taken in for general services and need not be appointed to a corps until he reaches the age of it.
(2) a soldier can, at any time, with his consent to his transfer from a corps to a other corps by order of authorities qualified: provided that a State of war exists between the current yang di-Pertuan Agong with any foreign power or within the currency of Proclamation of emergency issued by the yang di-Pertuan Agong under article 50 of the Constitution, the soldier can be changed without his consent to such.
(3) where pursuant to subsection final referred to someone previously converted into a corps of soldiers in an Army Division or branch of a different Division or branch which he formerly served, qualified authority may by order vary the conditions of the services that correspond to the General conditions of service in the Division or branch to which he converted it.
(4) no soldiers can be converted into any Corps unless he has been eligible to take into the Corps.
(5) this section shall apply mutatis mutandis for any soldier-lasykar taken in the naval and air forces.
The conversion of one service per to a other services 22. () a soldier-lasykar can be changed from one service to another Service in the regular forces — (a) with his consent itself;
Armed forces 33 (b) by order of the armed forces Council made with the approval of the yang di-Pertuan Agong; or (c) by order of the Council of the armed forces or an officer duly authorised on his behalf at any time within the currency of Proclamation of emergency issued under article 50 of the Constitution.
(2) where a soldier-lasykar converted to an other Service he shall be subject to all rules, regulations and orders applicable to the service and terms of services shall be modified so as to correspond to the General conditions of service for services to which he converted it.
(3) no native soldiers-lasykar can be converted to an other services unless he is qualified to get into the service.
Pertugasan soldiers lasykar 23. someone soldier-lasykar can be assigned temporarily from one service to another Service or from a one unit to a unit in that service.
The period of recruitment in 24. () The period for which a person who is taken into the regular forces may be taken-in is a period beginning from the date of pengakusaksiannya, as is mentioned in the following provisions of this section.
(2) where persons employed in that have reached the age of eighteen years, the period is — (a) a period of not more than twelve years as may be prescribed, that is a period of full time service; or (b) a period of not more than twelve years as may be prescribed, that is partly set as the term full time and balance as the period of the storage service.
Law Malaysia34 Act 77 (3) if persons employed in that have not attained the age of eighteen years, the period was —

(a) a period that ended with the expiration of a period not exceeding twelve years as may be prescribed, starting from the date on which he reaches the age of it, that is a period of full time service; or (b) a period which ended with the expiration of the periods referred to earlier, namely in part designated as full time and the remaining time as a period in storage services.
section 24, 25 and 26 shall not apply * 24A. section 24, 25 and 26 shall not apply to any person who is taken into the regular force on or after a specified date.
The period of recruitment in soldier-lasykar taken in on or after a specified date * 24B. (1) the period for which a person who is taken into the regular force on or after the appointed date can be taken-in is a period beginning from the date of pengakusaksiannya, as is mentioned in the following provisions of this section.
(2) where persons employed in that have reached the age of eighteen years, the period is a period of twelve years, i.e. the period of full time service.
(3) where persons employed in that have not attained the age of eighteen years, that period was a period that ended with the expiration of the twelve years, starting from the date he reaches age that, i.e. a period of full time service.
Extension and reduction of service 25. () Subject to any regulations made under this section a person in service full time can, by making a written request to the authority * Posts — section 24A 24B-not yet in force – see A974 Act.
35 armed forces fit and with the consent of the authority, be permitted to do any of the following matters, namely: (a) if his or her intake for a period prior to the expiration of a period of twelve years from the date of pengakusaksiannya or, if he has been admitted before he reaches the age of eighteen years, the date he has reached that age, extend his or her intake so that ended at any time , not later than the end of the period as specified in the application, and that adding the term full time, extra in reserve, or both-each as stated;
(b) if his or her period of intake, or that period as extended under paragraph end mentioned previously, including a period in storage, add the term full time accordingly, as stated in the application, so that covers all or part of certain of the period;
(c) converted into storage to serve for the remainder of his or her consumption or, if that period has been extended under paragraph (b), for the remaining period of such an extended;
(d) reducing the period of his or her intake.
(2) in return for a person who is permitted to undergo a training course and a training course of a prescribed class or given any interest or other fixed facilities, such person may be required by the authorities of the eligible so undertakes, in the prescribed form, not to terminate the service of full time before the expiry of a period which begins on the day of the conclusion of the training course as prescribed or , as the case may be, before the end of such period as may be prescribed in relation to benefits or other facilities.
(3) a custodian of by virtue of the terms of his or her consumption or subsection () may, by application in writing to the authority entitled, at any time enter the full service time, and law Malaysia36 Act 77 thus, as stated in the application, he may either — (a) the full service for the remainder of the time that he be served in that store if he fails to enter into the full time service; or (b) service full time for a certain part of the remaining period and later served in the reserves for the remaining period from the balance of the period.
Extension of service troopers-lasykar taken in on or after a specified date * 25A. () Subject to any regulations made under this section, a person in service full time and taken in on or after a specified date may, by making a written request to the authorities and with the consent of the authority, be permitted to extend the period of full time service of twelve years to fifteen years: provided that such application should be made at least six months before the end of full service fall under section 24A.
(2) in consideration of a person taken in on or after a specified date — (a) as permitted to undergo a training course and a training course of a prescribed class; or (b) because given any benefits or other facilities as may be prescribed, the person may be required by the authorities of the eligible so undertakes, in the prescribed form, not to terminate the service of full time before the expiry of a period which begins on the day of the conclusion of the training course as prescribed or, as the case may be, before the end of such period as may be prescribed in relation to benefits or other facilities.
* Note — section 25 is not yet in force – see A974 Act.
Armed forces 37 Pertugasan the soldier-lasykar 26. () Subject to any regulations made under this part, any person in the service of full time overdue service nine years calculated from the date pengakusaksiannya or (if he had been taken in before attaining the age of it) the date he reaches age eighteen years, may, if he so wishes and with the approval of the relevant authorities entitled, allowed worked again for a further period in service full time all of which would amount to a period of twenty-one years full service time continual.
(2) any person who shall be overdue twenty one years full time service within one year may, if he so wishes and with the approval of the relevant authorities entitled, continued to serve for all purposes includes just-by full service time period has not yet expired.
Pertugasan the soldier-lasykar taken in on or after a specified date * 26A. () Subject to any regulations made under this part, any person in the service of full time under section 24A or 25A checking to take in on or after a specified date may, if he so wishes, apply to the authorities and with the approval of the qualified authorities, allowed worked again for a further period in service full time all of which would amount to a period of twenty-one years of service full time regular : provided that such application should be made at least six months before the expiration of the full service fall under section 24A or 25A.
(2) a person who has been granted a duty under subsection () may, if he so wishes to apply to the authorities and with the approval of the relevant authorities well worth it, continued to serve for all purposes as if full service time period has not yet expired: provided that such application should be made at least six months before the expiry of the service full time for twenty one years.
* Note — section 26A is not yet in force – see A974 Act.
Law Malaysia38 Act 77 No extension or pertugasan again after fifty five years 26B. Subject to sections 27 and 30, no person shall extend full service time or allowed on duty again if the effect of the extension or the pertugasan that requires it served after attaining the age of fifty five years.
Service in the reserve for soldier-lasykar * 26C. () a person, whether in service full time in the regular forces or in storage pursuant to section 24 to 26A and 27 shall be upon termination or end of service in reserve, converted into storage for a period of five years starting from the day following the day of termination or end of service in reserve: provided that no person shall be required to serve in the reserves after he reached the age of fifty years.
(2) the armed forces Council may at its discretion exclude any person or category of persons from the storage service.
Delay in the particular case of dismissal or conversion to savings

27. () If at the time a person soldier-lasykar, reserves the right, in addition to this section retrenched or converted into savings, a condition of war going on between yang di-Pertuan Agong with any foreign power, or a Proclamation of emergency issued by the yang di-Pertuan Agong under article 50 of the Constitution in force, or members of the Regular Forces in reserve to serve, or deploy, he served outside Malaysia She can continue in service full time for the term hereinafter mentioned, in addition, can be extended accordingly.
* Note — section 26C has not been in force – see A974 Act.
Armed forces 39 (2) No person shall continue in service full time by virtue of this section after the expiration of twelve months from the date he is entitled in addition to this section retrenched.
(3) subject to the provisions of subsection end previously mentioned, a person shall be entitled, in addition to this section, can be retrenched continued in service full time for such period as may be ordered by qualified authorities.
(4) subject as aforesaid, a person who, apart from this section, monies due are converted to storage can be continued in service full time for a period, which ended no later than twelve months from the date he is, apart from this section, monies due are converted to that store, as ordered by the authorities or eligible for any further period or periods in which the members of the savings of the Regular Forces still deploy to serve.
(5) If the time someone is being continued in full service time by virtue of this section the qualifying authority considers that its services are not required, he shall be entitled to termination or converted into storage, as the case may be.
(6) if at the time of a person entitled to termination or converted into storage under the provisions of subsection end mentioned previously, a condition the war occurred between yang di-Pertuan Agong with any foreign power, he may, with the Declaration made in the prescribed form before the ad officer, agree to continue full time during the war; and if approved by the appropriate authority well worth it, he or she can continue in full time accordingly includes just-by the term for which the period of his service extended under the provisions of this section mentioned earlier is a continuous period during the war occurred: provided that if specified in the Declaration, he shall be entitled to termination or converted into savings, according to the needs of the situation , after the expiry of three months notice to be given by him to the officers of the ad.
Law Malaysia40 Act 77 (7) in relation to those who serve outside of Malaysia, a reference in this section about the reserves the right to converted into storage shall be construed as a reference to reserves the right to send back to Malaysia with as soon as possible for the purpose of being transferred to the reserves.
Retrenchment 28. () except as hereinafter provided every person, when becoming entitled to termination, shall be retrenched as soon as possible, but until termination he shall continue to be subject to service law under this Act.
(2) If a person who is taken into the Malaysia served outside Malaysia when becoming entitled to termination — (a) if he or she requires retrenched in Malaysia, he should be sent back to Malaysia for free as soon as possible and shall be retrenched when he arrived in Malaysia, or if he allows that the cessation of work delayed because, within six months after he arrived; but (b) if upon his request he was retrenched in the place he was served, he shall not be entitled to claim he sent back to Malaysia or to another place.
(3) except pursuant to sentence a military court under this Act, a person cannot be terminated unless the termination of his work have been allowed by authorities who are qualified in accordance with any regulations made under this section.
(4) every person retrenched under the provisions of this part shall when termination is given a certificate of cessation of work containing details as may be prescribed: provided that a person retrenched within three months after the pengakusaksian was not entitled to receive a certificate of retrenchment.
4 armed forces (5) a person retrenched in Malaysia entitled sent free from the place he retrenched the to places mentioned in the paper pengakusaksiannya as a place he has diakusaksikan or to any place that he proposes to live and to which he can be sent with no cause larger expenses.
Change to the storage of 29. () except as otherwise provided in this Act, every person, when due converted into storage, must be converted into storage, but until such converted he shall continue to be subject to service law under this Act.
(2) If a person, when due converted into storage, serving abroad, he should be sent back to Malaysia for free as soon as possible and shall be converted into storage when he arrives, or if he consents that pertukarannya passed, within six months after he arrived: provided that if he asks so, he may be converted into storage without the required return to Malaysia.
(3) a person who changed to the savings in Malaysia entitled sent free from where he has converted it to a place stated in the paper pengakusaksiannya as a place he has diakusaksikan or to any place that he proposes to live and to which he can be sent with no cause larger expenses.
Withhold retrenchment or conversion to storage pending proceedings for offences 30. () Notwithstanding anything in this part, a person subject to service law under this Act is not entitled to termination or converted into storage at the time of proceedings to be brought against him because of an offence against any provision of this Act: law Malaysia42 Act 77 provided that if was decided that the offence will not be tried by a military court, this subsection shall not apply. (2) Notwithstanding anything in this part, a person who is outside Malaysia and undergoing a sentence of imprisonment or detention passed by military courts under this Act is not entitled to termination or converted into savings within the sentence runs.
recruit can pay for cessation of work 3. () Subject to any regulations made under this part, a person may apply for the recruit retrenched before the expiry of three months from the date of pengakusaksiannya, and if he makes such an application, he shall be retrenched as soon as may be after paying a sum of money determined by the qualifying authority.
(2) in this section the expression "recruit" means a person employed in accordance with the provisions of this section, which have not been taken in once into any regular forces.
rights of warrant officer to stop work when demoted to the rank of ordinary 32. an officer warrants in regular forces that have been demoted to the rank of ordinary may, in the event of such, calling for termination unless the circumstances of the war occurred between yang di-Pertuan Agong with any foreign power or savings members deploy to serve.
Termination of the soldier-lasykar which is not of unsound mind 33. () If it turns out at the qualifying authority that one soldier-lasykar is — (a) a dangerous intellect is not perfect; or (b) a not of unsound mind who require treatment in a mental hospital, 43 armed forces qualifying authority may, if it thinks fit and on the recommendation of a medical officer, cause the lasykar soldiers retrenched, and when retrenched so put in mental hospital the Government. (2) if it appears at the qualifying authority that one soldier-the lasykar instead of a not of unsound mind dangerous and also not a not of unsound mind who require treatment in a mental hospital, the authority may, if it thinks fit and on the recommendation of a medical officer, cause the lasykar soldiers retrenched and delivered when the retrenched to anywhere in Malaysia if he has a relative or friend or more kind to him or her.
method for calculating service 34. () for calculating the service any person for retrenchment or pertugasan again or change to the reserve, shall be deducted from it — (a) all periods of duty because he did not attend any of the following reasons: (i) imprisonment;
(ii) the remaining work; and (b) any period ordered by military courts so forfeited.

(2) Regulations under this section may make provision for return services rejected pursuant to subsection () as a reward for good service or for any other reasons that mematutkan services less the returned.
Law Malaysia44 Act 77 validity of pengakusaksian, taking in and pertugasan the 35. () If one has made of prescribed declaration at the time of its pengakusaksiannya or pertugasan and then have received salary as a soldier-lasykar — (a) legal recruitment in or its pertugasan that shall not be questioned on the ground that any error or omission in the paper pengakusaksiannya or its application for pertugasan again;
(b) if within three months from the date he signed the Declaration that his or her taking her claim is invalid by reason of any non-compliance with the requirements of this Act or regulations made thereunder concerning recruitment in or pertugasan or any reason whatsoever (i.e. not an error or omission in the paper pengakusaksiannya or its application for pertugasan again), the claim must be submitted to the authorities who are eligible and if the claim is based on reasonable cause authorities well worth it shall cause he retrenched or pertugasan its cancellation, as the case may be, as soon as possible;
(c) subject to the provisions of the previous paragraph the last mentioned he shall be deemed to be after the expiry of three months from the date of the declaration he made as having been registered or taken on duty again with legal, as the case may be, notwithstanding any non-compliance or other reasons as mentioned earlier;
(d) Notwithstanding any non-compliance or other reasons as mentioned earlier, or any claim made pursuant to paragraph (b), he shall be deemed to be a soldier-lasykar until he is retrenched.
Armed forces 45 (2) If a person has received a salary as a soldier-lasykar without first making a declaration as mentioned earlier — (a) he shall be deemed to be a soldier-lasykar in the regular forces up to termination; and (b) he may claim that termination at any time, and if he's making the claim, the claim must be submitted with as soon as possible to eligible authorities will cause he retrenched as soon as possible.
(3) there is nothing in the provisions of this section aforesaid shall be construed as touching a decision on any question about the period a person has been taken in or as preventing the dismissal of a person who does not claim that he was retrenched.
Regulations on recruitment in 36. Armed forces Council, with the approval of the yang di-Pertuan Agong, may make regulations including regulations which provide for things that can be removed by order in Council in respect of the armed forces in taking people into regular forces, their terms of service including absorption, pertugasan and lending to any body, forces or services, their promotion, termination of their work, the removal of their work and any other matters concerning the soldiers lasykar as may be deemed necessary or expedient by the armed forces Council to implement with proper provisions This section.

Interpretation of part iV 37. in this part — "prescribed" means prescribed by regulations made under this section;
Law Malaysia46 Act 77 "pengakusaksian date", in relation to any person, means the date he signed the Declaration and oath referred to in paragraph 3 of the first schedule to this Act.
Part V offences and punishment offences with respect to Service military service Helps the enemies of 38. () Every person subject to service law under this Act who intentionally want to help the enemy — (a) to leave or surrender any place or post which becomes its obligations to defend, or induce any person so leave or surrender any place or post be the duty of such person to defend;
(b) submit any ship or air to the enemy ship when the ship or air ship can be defended successfully or destroyed;
(c) submit any terminal, aerodrome or place or other defense installations to the enemy when it can be defended successfully or when the obligation to cause it to be destroyed;
(d) the doing of any act calculated will prevent movement of the armed forces of his Majesty, or any forces that collaborate with the armed forces or any part of the armed forces;
(e) after being a prisoner of war, served with or assisting the enemy in operation during bermusuh-musuhan or step calculated will affect the spirit of, or in any manner whatsoever that is not allowed pursuant to international conventions;
Military forces 47 (f) give the enemy weapons or ammunition or any type of supply or any other thing that might help the enemy;
(g) provide protection or protect someone an enemy who is not a prisoner of war;
(h) give any signal conditioning fake or alter or interfere with any signal conditioning or any apparatus to provide signal conditioning;
(i) when ordered by his seniors, or otherwise under an order, so that the exercise of any such movement of the war in the air he doesn't strive with our best becomes severely disabled again to execute the order; or (j) cause captured or destroyed by the enemy of any ship or ships conditioning his Majesty or ship or ship any air force working with the armed forces of his Majesty, shall, on conviction by a military court, be liable to the death penalty or any other penalty provided by this Act.
(2) every person subject to service law under this Act and by knowing and without a valid reason to do any act specified in subsection (), if it is not proved that he had acted with the intention to be helping the enemy shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
(3) every person subject to service law under this Act who is reckless causing of captured or destroyed by the enemy of any ship or ships conditioning his Majesty, or ship or ship any air force working with the armed forces of his Majesty, shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Malaysia48 legal misconduct by Act 77 rulers in the fight 39. Every officer who is subject to service law under this Act who, as commanding a unit, ship, air defence ship, place or other elements of the armed forces — (a) not strive with our best becomes severely disabled again for directing officers and soldiers lasykar under the order or units, ships, vessels or other parts cleaner since that fight when commanded to carry out a war of movement or when meeting with enemies become obligations against;
(b) during the fighting, not, in the time of struggle on its properties and by meteoric, encourage officers and soldiers lasykar under the order so that the valiant struggle with;
(c) during the fighting, countdown with should not be of the struggle; or (d) by not devoid of hunting enemy or not strengthen any place which was conquered, shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
misconduct by others in the movement against the enemies of 40. Every person subject to service law under this Act who, not being the command of any ship, unit, ship, air, public defense, or other parts of the armed forces — (a) by should not delay or prevent any struggle against the enemy;
(b) when ordered to carry out a war of movement, does not strive with our best becomes severely disabled again to carry out the order;
(c) you want weapons, ammunition or sensitive instruments in front of enemies;
Armed forces 49 (d) leave the posnya in front of enemies; or (e) behave faced with enemies in showing the kebaculan, shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Make contact with the enemy 4. () Every person subject to service law under this Act who, with the intention to be helping the enemy, making the relationship with the enemy or giving intelligence to the enemy shall, on conviction by a military court, be liable to the death penalty or any other penalty provided by this Act.

(2) every person subject to service law under this Act who made contact with the enemy or giving intelligence to the enemy without permission shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
(3) in this section the expression "intelligence" means information or purporting to be information about any matter that the information about it will be or might be useful to the enemy, directly or indirectly, and in particular (but without prejudice to the generality of the provisions of the aforesaid) of any falling under the following paragraphs, that is a matter of information about it will be or might be useful as mentioned earlier namely: (a) the number, description, armament, equipment placement, movement or the provision of any of the armed forces of his Majesty or any forces that collaborate with the armed forces or any ship or vessel conditioning his Majesty or ship or ship any air forces working together it;
Law Malaysia50 Act 77 (b) any motion or movement planned for any forces, ships or ship the air as mentioned earlier;
(c) any code, secret letters, call signal, according to mate or password;
(d) any measures to defend or reinforce any place on behalf of his Majesty;
(e) the number, description or place any prisoners of war;
(f) the equipment of the war.
offence against the spirit of 42. Every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) disseminate (either orally, in writing, with the signal, or otherwise) a report relating to the movement of the armed forces of his Majesty, any forces that collaborate with it, or any part of the forces, that is, the report calculated will create anxiety or unnecessary commotions; or (b) when faced with the enemy using the word calculated will create anxiety or unnecessary commotions, shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Become a prisoner of war, as non-compliant or deliberate neglect; and not in again in the 43 forces. () Every person subject to service law under this Act who, by reason of the non-compliant to the order or willfully ignoring his duties, captured by the enemy commits an offence against this section.
Armed forces 51 (2) every person subject to service law under this Act who, after being captured by the enemy, not take any step, or prohibit or offer the hearts of any other people who are captured by the enemy from taking any reasonable steps that can be taken by him or, as the case may be, by others to check-in again in the service of his Majesty commits an offence against this section.
(3) every person who commits an offence against this section shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Offences by or relating to sentry, etc.
44. (1) every person subject to service law under this Act who, while in control of — (a) sleeping in posnya;
(b) the time not worked in post, sleep at the time he was not allowed to sleep;
(c) drunkenness; or (d) left posnya without replaced properly or are not at any place he was assigned to be, be guilty of an offence against this section.
(2) for the purposes of this section a person shall be deemed to be intoxicated if, due to the influence of alcohol or any drug, whether it alone or together with any other circumstances, he shall not be entitled entrusted with his duty.
(3) every person subject to service law under this Act who hit or otherwise uses violence against any person in control, which is a member of any armed forces of his Majesty or any forces that collaborate with it, or with the threatened use of violence to force any such person to allow him or any other person, be guilty of an offence against this section.
Law Malaysia52 Act 77 (4) every person who commits an offence against this section shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act: provided that if the offence was not committed in the service actively he cannot be imprisonment for a term exceeding two years.
(5) References in this section about someone in control is a reference to a person who — (a) placed in the post or was ordered to patrol the area; or (b) a member of the team of guards or other forces or ordered to patrol the area, for the purpose of protecting any person, premises or place.
(6) the provisions aforesaid shall apply in respect of the person placed in the post or was ordered to patrol the area, or a member of a team that took place or was ordered to patrol the area, for the purpose of preventing or controlling entry to any premises or place or way out of it, or for regulating traffic via road, rail or inland navigation, as the provisions applicable to the person in control.
Offences relating to the supply of 45. (1) every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) commits violence against any person who brings the goods or supplies to any armed forces or any other forces working together with it;
(b) in no way regularly hold such goods or supply brought to any unit or other element of the armed forces or any other forces working together with it;
Armed forces 53 (c) irregular way assign a unit or other element of the armed forces he served any goods or supplies sent to any other unit or other elements in the armed forces or any other forces that collaborate with it, shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
(2) in this section the expression "any article or supply" includes any ship, vehicle, ship, air, animals, guided missile, weapons, ammunition, equipment, clothing and any kind of objects intended for use in the armed forces.
Plunder 46. Every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) stealing from, or with the intention to be stealing someone's body check, are killed or injured in such war time conduct movement;
(b) break into any house or other place to look for property plunder;
(c) without an order from his seniors willfully destroy or damage any property;
(d) theft of any property that has been left exposed or unprotected following the movement of such war; or (e) take, other than for the public service, any vehicles, equipment or items left by the enemy, guilty of plunder and shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Law Malaysia54 Act 77 Mutiny and Default Order 47 Mutiny. (1) every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) take part in the mutiny involving violence or the threat of use of force;
(b) take part in the mutiny that goal or one of its intention to refuse to carry out or to prevent any tasks or services against, or in connection with the movement against, the enemy, or to prevent any duties or the service than done; or (c) enkindle-inciting movement any other person subject to service law under this Act so as to take part in any such mutiny, whether actual or proposed, shall, on conviction by a military court, be liable to the death penalty or any lesser punishment provided by this Act.
(2) every person subject to service law under this Act who, in any case not included under subsection referred to earlier, took part in a mutiny or enkindle-inciting movement of any person subject to service law under this Act so as to take part in a mutiny, whether actual or proposed shall, on conviction by a military court , imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
(3) in this Act, the expression "mutiny" means a blend between two or more persons who are subject to the law of services under this Act, or between persons of whom at least two person subject to service law under this Act —

(a) to overthrow or resist lawfully constituted authority in the armed forces or in armed forces who worked together with him or in any part of the forces;
Military forces 55 (b) to deny the authority in the circumstances that caused the default damage discipline, or with a view to be avoiding any duty or service of, or in connection with the movement against, the enemy; or (c) prevent the purpose of any of the duties or service in the armed forces or in armed forces who worked together with him or in any part of the forces.
Do not delete mutiny 48. Every person subject to service law under this Act who by knowing that a mutiny going on or proposed — (a) not strive with our best becomes severely disabled again to delete or preventing it; or (b) does not report without delay that a mutiny going on or proposed, shall, on conviction by a military court — (i) if it was committed with the intent to be helping the enemy, be liable to the death penalty or any lesser punishment provided by this Act; and (ii) in any other case, to imprisonment or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Default behavior order 49. Every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) hitting or otherwise use, or threatened use, of violence against officers by his seniors; or law Malaysia56 Act 77 (b) uses language which threatens or default order against officer of his seniors, shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act: provided that he shall not be imprisonment for a term exceeding two years if the offence is not done in the service actively and not applicable with hit or use any violent or threatening to be using violence against an officer senior to carry out such power.
Non-compliant to the superiors of 50. (1) every person subject to service law under this Act who, in a way that shows the opposition accidentally force, fails to comply with any lawful order from his seniors shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
(2) every person subject to service law under this Act who, either intentionally or by reason of neglect, fails to comply with any lawful order from his seniors shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act: provided that if the offence is not done in the service actively, he cannot be imprisonment for a term exceeding two years.
Non-compliant to the fixed order 51. (1) every person subject to service law under this Act who contravenes or fails to comply with any provision of the order to which this section applies 57 armed forces, namely the provision of known or anticipated known by him semunasabah him shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
(2) this section shall apply to the fixed order or order another ordinary ongoing circumstances for any formations or units or groups trup, or to any order or area, team, garrison or other place or for any ship, train or ship air.
(3) fixed Order or other ordinary order described in subsection (2) may — (a) made by; and (b) has been published in such form as may be determined by, the head of service for each service or any officer authorized by him.
Prevent the provos 52 officers. Every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) obstruct; or (b) when requested, refuses to help, any person who knowingly provos as an officer or as a person (whether subject to legal services under this Act or not) the exercise of the powers in law under or on behalf of the provos officer shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Law Malaysia58 Act 77 Prevent police officer arresting a member of the armed forces and 53. Every person subject to service law under this Act who hold or stop at any point in Malaysia — (a) the implementation by a police officer a warrant to arrest a person subject to service law under this Act who has been guilty of an offence punishable on conviction by a civil court; or (b) to arrest any person subject to service law under this Act by a police officer in the exercise of its powers without a warrant, shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Keep out or not carrying out the duties of the military Live task 54. (1) every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) to leave tasks; or (b) persuade, trying to persuade, to obtain or attempt to obtain any person subject to service law under this Act so as to leave the job, shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act: provided that a person may not be imprisoned for a period of more than two years unless — (i) if the offence against paragraph (a) She has been in active service or under Decree to perform services actively at the time of the offence committed; or the armed forces 59 (ii) if the offence against paragraph (b), the person in respect of which the offence was committed has been in active service or under Decree to perform services actively at the time.
(2) for the purposes of this Act a person leaving the task if he — (a) leaves the Service of his Majesty, or when becoming the obligation to do so, not in or not in again in the service of his Majesty, with (in any one thing that's) intentions, whether existing at the time he leaves or is unreasonable or not in again in the service of his Majesty is formed or later , want to leave his duties forever;
(b) absents himself without leave with the intention to be rid of serving in any place abroad or to avoid service or any particular service in the face of the enemy;
(c) as a rating has been given a warning that veselnya under orders to sail, is absent without permission should have been, with the intention that the vessel left it; or (d) as an officer, taken into or enter into any armed forces without prior tauliahnya, stripped or as a soldier-lasykar taken into or enter into any armed forces without termination in advance of taking less before, and references in this Act on the remaining duties shall be construed accordingly.
(3) in addition to or in lieu of any punishment provided for by subsection (1), the military court submit soldiers lasykar the offence live tasks may direct that forfeited all or any part of his service prior to the period with which he has been convicted of living the task.
Law Malaysia60 Act 77 absent without leave is 55. Every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) is absent without leave; or (b) persuade, trying to persuade, to obtain or attempt to obtain any person subject to service law under this Act so that absent without leave, shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Help and hide things remaining duties and absence without leave is 56. Every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) knowingly assist any person subject to service law under this Act so as to leave or cease to attend without leave; or (b) knowing that any person subject to service law under this Act have left, or absent without leave, or is trying to want to leave or cease to attend without leave, did not report it without delay, or not to take such steps in his power to cause that the person apprehended,

shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
False statement in respect of leave is 57. Every person subject to service law under this Act who, for the purpose of leave or extend the quantity cutinya, knowingly make any false statement to any armed forces powerful 61, service to any police officer or to any person authorized by or under the direction of armed forces Council to act for the purpose of extension of leave can , on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Did not attend the parade or does not carry out 58. Every person subject to service law under this Act who, without any reasonable cause, did not attend any parade or any kind of other tasks or leave any parade or the task as mentioned earlier he is authorized to do so shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Pretend the pain 59. (1) every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) is a false pretense as suffering from illness or incapacity;
(b) hurt him intentionally want to cause himself is not qualified to serve or render himself is mortally wounded by any person with the intention of it;
(c) harm any person subject to service law under this Act, upon the will of that other person, with the intention of causing another person is not qualified to serve; or (d) with intent to cause him or constantly making himself ineligible to serve, doing or not doing something (either at the time the Act or omission that he or she is in the hospital or not) to result in, or prolong or incriminating, any disease or disability, law Malaysia62 Act 77 guilty pretend sick and shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
(2) in this section, the expression "not eligible" includes do not qualify for a while.
Drunk 60. (1) every person subject to service law under this Act who commits the offence of drunkenness either duty or not, shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act: provided that if the offence committed by a soldier-lasykar which is not in active service and is also not on the job , the punishment imposed cannot exceed the punishment of detention for a term of six months.
(2) for the purposes of this section a person found guilty of drunkenness if, due to the influence of alcohol or any other drug, whether in the circumstances the only or together with any other circumstances, he shall not be entitled entrusted with duties or to any duties he may be ordered to perform, or misbehaving or that may disfigure the good name of his Majesty Service.
Offences relating to Property Offences in relation to public and har har ta ta 61 service. Every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) stealing or misusing fraudulently any public property or service property or there is a cut-link with theft or let theft or misuse fraudulently any public property or service property;
Military forces 63 (b) receive or keep in his possession any property or service property by knowing that the property was stolen or has been misused or has been obtained by doing any offence against this Act;
(c) willfully damage or there is a cut-collective damage any public property or service property; or (d) by deliberate neglect causes any public property or service property damaged by fire, shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Offence in respect of property of members of the armed forces 62. Every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) stealing or misusing fraudulently any property belonging to a person subject to service law under this Act, or any cut-link with theft or let theft or misuse fraudulently any such property;
(b) receive or keep in his possession any such property by knowing that the property was stolen or has been misused fraudulently; or (c) willfully damaging, or there is a cut-collective damage inflicted any property belonging to a person subject to service law under this Act, shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Malaysia64 law 77 Offence Act relating to various property 63. Every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) removes or reckless damage of any property or service property that he or she is responsible for him or her or that have been entrusted under its custody or forming part of the property he is responsible for him or her or that have been entrusted under its custody;
(b) reckless causing of any property or service property damaged by fire;
(c) remove, or reckless damage of any clothing, weapons, ammunition or other equipment issued to its use for the purpose of service;
(d) not properly taking care of any animal or bird that is used in the public service who are in its custody; or (e) remove or dispose of (whether by way of charge, sell, destroy or by any other means) any star service to be granted to him or any clothing, weapons, ammunition or other equipment issued to its usefulness for the purposes of the services, shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided for by this Act : provided that be a defence for any person charged under this section because it removes any property, clothing, weapons, ammunition or other equipment that he has taken reasonable steps to protect and keep them.
Armed forces 65 Offences relating to, and by, people in custody Arrest and confinement messy 64. (1) every person subject to service law under this Act who, when another person subject to service law was arrested — (a) delay by not supposed to take any mandatory steps taken by him that accusations against others that investigated or that accusations against others that are investigated by the ad or by the superior authorities or , as the case may be, be tried by a military court; or (b) shall not release, or not implement relief, someone else is, forming its obligations to do so, commits an offence against this section.
(2) every person subject to service law under this Act who, having put a person (hereinafter referred to as "the wrong person") under the care of any officer or other officer of the provos, or any warrant officer, Chief Petty Officer, officer or officer of small voids, does not deliver, without any reasonable cause — (a) at the time of placing the wrong person; or (b) within twenty-four hours later, if it is not practical to do so at the time put the wrong person, a written report signed by him, to the person under whose custody the wrong person has been placed, on the offence allegedly committed by people wrong that, be guilty of an offence against this section.
(3) if any person (hereinafter referred to as "the wrong person") is placed in the custody of a person subject to service law under this Act that the law Malaysia66 Act 77 works as a controller, then, if without any reasonable cause, the person is not, as soon as he replaced his control duties and tasks of further, or, if he is not replaced in advance, within a period of twenty-four hours after putting the wrong person , give to the officer to whom he is obliged to report —

(a) a statement in writing containing, so far as known by it, the name of the wrong person and the alleged offence and the name and rank or description of another officer or other person who tells people wrong that has committed the offence; and (b) if he has received it, the report required by subsection (2), he commits an offence under this section.
(4) every person who commits an offence under this section shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Allow the last run, and releasing people wrong in not valid 65. (1) every person subject to service law under this Act who willfully allow previous run any person placed under its custody, or who became his duty to control, shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
(2) every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) without the consent of the appropriate release any person placed under its custody; or the armed forces and 67 (b) without reasonable cause allow previous run any person placed under its custody or subordinates to control, shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Against the arrest of 66. (1) every person subject to service law under this Act who, cut-link in any fights or chaos, refuses to comply with any officer who memerintahkannya arrest, or hitting or otherwise use force, or threaten the use of force, against any officer is guilty of an offence against this section whether the officer is an officer of his seniors or not.
(2) every person subject to service law under this Act who hit or otherwise use force, or threaten the use of force against any person, whether subject to legal services under this Act or not, that is the duty of the people to memberkasnya or in the custody of the person he is, be guilty of an offence against this section.
(3) every person who commits an offence under this section shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
The last run of legitimate care 67. Every person subject to service law under this Act of the previous run of arrests, imprisonment or other valid (whether or not) shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Malaysia68 law 77 Offences Act Sailing and aviation loss or endanger the ship or ship air 68. Every person subject to service law under this Act who willfully or by negligence — (a) cause or permit any ship his Majesty lost, stranded or dangerous; or (b) cause or permit any ship air Seri Paduka Baginda lost or dangerous, shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act: provided that if the offender does not act willfully he can to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Flight, etc., harmful 69. Every person subject to service law under this Act who commits any act or neglect in flight, or in the use of any air ship, or in relation to any ship or ship air conditioning, which causes or is likely to cause loss of life or bodily injury to any person, shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided for by this Act : provided that if the offender does not act willfully he can to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Military forces 69 Flying low 70. Every person subject to service law under this Act who, as a pilot in one of the ship's air Seri Paduka Baginda, flew air ships at a height that is less than the height as provided under the regulations or order in force unless — (a) upon departure up or landing; or (b) in the case of other circumstances such as otherwise provided, shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
A massive flight 71. Every person subject to service law under this Act who, as a pilot in one of the ship's air Seri Paduka Baginda, fly him to cause, or may cause, unnecessary annoyance to any person shall, on conviction by a military court, dismissed from the service of his Majesty or apply any lesser penalty provided for by this Act.
Inaccurate certification of 72. Every person subject to service law under this Act who made or signed, without ensuring its accuracy — (a) a certificate relating to any matter affecting the journey at sea or are qualified to fly or the efficiency of fighting for any ship or vessel conditioning his Majesty; or (b) any declaration in relation to any ship or vessel conditioning his Majesty or any of its materials, shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Law Malaysia70 Act 77 offences by the commanding officer of har ta usurped 73. Every person subject to service law under this Act who as ruled any ship or vessel conditioning his Majesty — (a) after taking any ship or vessel conditioning as spoils, not sending to the High Court or the Court of other booty that has jurisdiction in the case, all the hollow ship or air vessel, as the case may be , found in the ship or ship the air;
(b) unlawful to make any agreement with respect to the redemption of any ship, air or ship goods taken as spoils; or (c) pursuant to any agreement aforesaid, or otherwise with the Coalition, restoring or leaving any vessel, ship or air goods taken as booty, shall, on conviction by a military court, dismissed with a vile of his Majesty or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Offences relating to ebony 74. Every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) hitting or otherwise menganiayai any person that are in a ship or ship air taken as booty, or with unlawful taking of any such person any who has in his possession;
The armed forces and 71 (b) withdraw from any ship or vessel air is taken as booty (except to be placed in secure storage or for the use and services need to be armed Seri Paduka Baginda) any article that has not been decided in advance as the legitimate booty by a court property seizure; or (c) break bulk goods in any ship or vessel air is taken as booty, or detained in the exercise of any right beligeren or under any enactment, intentionally want to steal or misuse fraudulently anything in it, can be dismissed with a vile of his Majesty or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Offences relating to the Tribunal in respect of the Offence Service military court 75. (1) every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) after having summoned the successful completion or commanded to attend as a witness in front of a military court, not attend it;
(b) refusing oath when required to properly by a military court to do so;
(c) refuses to produce any documents in its custody or under its control that he was lawfully required by the military courts so as to produce it;
(d) as a witness, refused to answer any questions which he lawfully required by the military courts so as to answer them;
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(e) intentionally insult any person, who is a member of a military court or a witness or any other person be the obligation to appear in or before the Court that, while such person acting as a member of a military court or attend, or deliberately insulting any person mentioned earlier while the person attends to the proceedings or returning from the court proceedings; or (f) intentionally interfere with court proceedings, military or otherwise misbehaving in front of the Court, shall, on conviction by a military court in addition to the court related to it it was committed, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in the previous subsection referred to the last if something offence against paragraph (e) or (f) of that subsection is done in connection with any military court held pursuant to this Act, if, in the opinion of the Court expedient the offender be tried directly by the Court and does not need to be brought to be tried by a military court to another, may by written order signed by the President order the offender to imprisonment for a term not exceeding twenty one days, or about someone lasykar soldiers, imprisoned or detained for such period.
False 76. Every person subject to service law under this Act who, having lawfully sworn as a witness or as an interpreter in proceedings before military courts or in front of any Board or person having authority by virtue of this Act, to administer the oath, make a statement or materially in the translation at the proceedings which he knows as false or true as he , shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Armed forces 73 Offences Various Falsify documents 77 service. Every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) making, sign or make an entry in any of the reports, tangada, statement, record, payroll, salary certificate, Express solutions services or other service documents, namely a document or record which he knows to be false as on details not materially;
(b) vary any report, tangada, statement, record, payroll, salary certificate, Express solutions services or other services, or change any entry in any such document, to documents or records such as knowingly false on details not materially;
(c) concealed, disfigures or delete any report, tangada, statement, record, payroll, salary certificate, Express solutions services or other service documents, which are the obligations to maintain or mengemuka-kannya;
(d) with the intention to be memfraud not enter an entry in any such document as is mentioned earlier; or (e) help, menyubahati, order, advise, procure and let another person subject to service law under this Act commits an offence against this section (whether or not he knows the type of document the offence thereof will be made), shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Law Malaysia74 Act 77 false Accusations, etc.
78. Every person subject to service law under this Act — (a) make accusations against any officer or soldier-lasykar subject to service law under this Act which he knows to be false or not as he as true; or (b) the making of a complaints that he is of the opinion that he blamed, makes a statement that affect the behaviour of an officer or soldier-lasykar subject to service law under this Act which he knows to be false or not as he as true, or intentionally hide any misstatement of facts materially, shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Disclosure of information without the permission of 79. (1) every person subject to service law under this Act who disclose without consent, whether orally, in writing, with the signal or by any other means whatsoever, any information or in the form of information useful to an enemy shall, on conviction by a military court, imprisoned or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
(2) in this section the expression "information useful to an enemy" means information or in the form of information about any matter that information about them will be useful or may be directly or indirectly to an enemy, and in particular (but without prejudice to the generality of the provisions of the aforesaid) of any falling under the following paragraphs which is something the armed forces information about 75 things will or might be useful as mentioned earlier namely: (a) the number, description, armament, equipment, placement, mobility, Setup movements or any armed forces or any other forces working together with it;
(b) any movement, movement planned or preparatory movement for any forces mentioned earlier;
(c) any system of kriptograf, assistance, processes, procedures, publication or document any forces mentioned earlier;
(d) any packaging, call signal, said mate, according to confidential, password or identification signals;
(e) any measures to defend or reinforce any place on behalf of his Majesty;
(f) the number, description, position or movement of any detainee of the war;
(g) completeness of the war.
Attempt suicide 80. Every person subject to service law under this Act who try suicide shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Menganiayai officers or soldiers of low rank lasykar 81. If — (a) any officer subject to legal services under this Act to hit or otherwise menganiayai any officer subject to service law under this Act rank low or lack of seniority or any other soldier-lasykar that are subject to legal services under this Act; or law Malaysia76 Act 77 (b) any soldier-lasykar that are subject to legal services under this Act to hit or otherwise menganiayai any person subject to service law under this Act, that person's soldier-lasykar low class or rank or less seniority, he shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Retention of salary unlawful 82. Every person subject to service law under this Act who after receiving the salary of any officer or soldier-lasykar that are subject to legal services under this Act or any officer or soldier-lasykar who seconded to serve with the armed forces detained or refused with unlawful pay that salary when due shall, on conviction by a military court, dismissed from the service of his Majesty or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Vile behavior 83. Every person subject to service law under this Act who is guilty for behaving vile from the types of indecent or unnatural, shall, on conviction by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Carry with should not be 84. Every person subject to service law under this Act who as ruled any ship, vessel or air vehicles of the armed forces, without a valid authorization — (a) accepts or permits to be accepted into the ship, ship or air vehicles, any goods or merchandise intended for the armed forces disposed of 77 or delivered in a trade or business (either on its own or upon the will of his will any others) , which is not merchandise received within salvaj; or (b) agree to bring any goods or merchandise into the ship, ship or air vehicles in return to obtain payment of freight, or requesting or receiving any payment in respect of the carriage,

may be dismissed from the service of his Majesty or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
The conduct officer or dishonourable 85. Every officer who is subject to service law under this Act who behave in humiliating manner, contrary to the behaviour of an officer or a person who is good at its language shall, on conviction by a military court, dismissed with a vile of his Majesty.
Attempt to commit offence against this Act, 86. Every person subject to service law under this Act who are trying to commit an offence against any of the provisions hereinbefore in this section shall, on conviction by a military court, the same penalty as punishment because committed such offence: provided that if the offence an offence shall be liable to the death penalty he is not liable to the sentence heavier than imprisonment.
Conduct prejudicial to discipline service 87. Every person subject to service law under this Act who is guilty of any act, conduct or neglect prejudicial to good condition and discipline services shall, on conviction of law Malaysia78 Act 77 by a military court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act.
Public offences 88. (1) every person subject to service law under this Act who commits a civil offence whether in Malaysia or elsewhere committing an offence against this section.
(2) in this Act the expression "public offense" means any act or omission punishable under the laws of Malaysia or, if done in the Federation, is punishable according to the law; and in this Act the expression "public offence equivalent" means a public offence if done be an offence against this section.
(3) a person who is convicted by a military court on an offence against this section shall — (a) if the offence the public equivalent is rebellious, was sentenced death penalty or apply any other penalty provided by this Act;
(b) if the public equivalent offence was murder, was sentenced to the death penalty or apply any other penalty provided by this Act;
(c) if the offence is a public equivalent shut-off people, was sentenced to imprisonment or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act;
(d) If a public offence is equivalent to rape, was sentenced to imprisonment or apply any lesser penalty provided by this Act; and (e) in any other case, be liable to any punishment that can be meted out by a public court for public equivalent, that is a punishment provided by this Act, or a sentence that is lighter than the maximum sentence that can be passed by a public court, as provided in such forces 79 provided that if a public court cannot pass sentence of imprisonment , a person who has been convicted of such can be passed a sentence lighter than dismissed with a vile of his Majesty for an officer or soldier-prisoners for an lasykar, as provided in this regard.
(4) a person shall not be tried by military courts for offences of murder, betrayal, or shut-off except at the time of the rape offence that that person is in active service or served outside of Malaysia.
Penalties Penalties for 89. (1) a sentence that can be passed over an officer by a military court under this Act, subject to limitations hereinafter provided about specific military court, is the penalty set out in the following scale; and in respect of an officer, a reference in this Act of punishment provided by this Act is a reference to the sentence.
(2) the Scale is — (a) the death penalty;
(b) imprisonment for a term not exceeding fourteen years;
(c) dismissed with a vile of his Majesty;
(d) dismissed from the service of his Majesty;
(e) forfeiture of seniority or rank, for an officer which promotion depends on his old service, forfeiture of the whole or any part of the services for the purpose of promotion;
Law Malaysia80 Act 77 (f) dismissed an officer from the ship he served;
(g) a fine;
(h) warning hard;
(i) a warning;
(j) if the offence has resulted in any expense, loss or damage, detention pay.
(3) for the purposes of this part of a sentence set out in any of paragraphs the scale shall be calculated as the lesser of the punishments set out in the previous paragraph, and heavier than the punishment in the next paragraph, on a scale of that.
(4) except as expressly provided by this Act, a military court shall pass a sentence only in respect of all the offences with which the accused has been convicted.
(5) the salary of the detention may be imposed by a military court either in addition to or without any other punishment.
(6) a hard warning or warning may be imposed by a military court in addition to forfeiture of seniority of rank or a fine.
(7) If an officer is punished by imprisonment he should also be punished so that dismissed with a vile of the Seri Paduka Baginda: provided that, if the military court cannot sentence him so dismissed with a vile of the Seri Paduka Baginda, a sentence of imprisonment is valid but shall be deemed to include a sentence dismissed with a vile of his Majesty.
Punishment for armed forces soldier-81 lasykar 90. (1) a sentence that can be passed on a person's soldier-lasykar by a military court under this Act, subject to limitations hereinafter provided about specific military court, is the penalty set out in the following scale; and in relation to a person, an older soldier-lasykar under this Act about the punishment provided by this Act is a reference to the sentence.
(2) the Scale is — (a) the death penalty;
(b) imprisonment for a term not exceeding fourteen years;
(c) dismissed with a vile of his Majesty;
(d) dismissed from the service of his Majesty;
(e) detention for a term not exceeding two years;
(f) if the offender, as a soldier-laskar, are actively in service at the date of the sentence, sentence of the column for a period not exceeding ninety days;
(g) demoted to the rank of ordinary or any demotion to a lower or lowered the standard of a rank not lower than equivalent private soldier or army, lasykar class I in the Naval or air I lasykar in the air force, as the case may be;
(h) in the case of an officer or warrant officer voids forfeiture seniority rank;
(i) if the offence was living tasks, forfeiture of service;
(j) a fine;
(k) in the case of an officer or warrant officer is not accredited, hard warning or warning;
Law Malaysia82 Act 77 (l) good conduct medal forfeiture or good conduct badges or both, either in addition to or in lieu of any other sentence;
(m) if the offence has resulted in any expense, loss or damage, detention pay.
(3) for the purposes of this part of a sentence set out in any of paragraphs the scale shall be calculated as the lesser of the punishments set out in the previous paragraph, and heavier than the punishment set out in the following paragraphs, on a scale it: provided that the prisoner cannot be deemed to be a lighter punishment than imprisonment if the period of detention longer than the period of imprisonment.
(4) except as expressly provided in this Act a military court shall pass a sentence only in respect of all the offences with which the accused has been convicted.
(5) a soldier-lasykar who was sentenced to imprisonment by a military court may, in addition to the sentence, dismissed with a vile of his Majesty or dismissed from the service of his Majesty.
(6) where a warrant officer or officer not accredited was sentenced to imprisonment, detention or penalty columns by military courts, he should also be punished so that demoted to the rank of ordinary or lowered the standard to a lower grade than the grade of the head of lasykar, as the case may be: provided that, if the military court cannot sentence him so that lowered the rank of such a sentence is valid but shall be deemed to include a sentence that was reduced to the rank of ordinary or lowered standards till a a grade lower than grade head of lasykar, as the case may be.
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(7) in the case of an officer or warrant officer is not accredited, hard warning or warning may be imposed by a military court in addition to forfeiture of seniority of rank or a fine.
(8) the salary of the detention may be imposed by a military court either in addition to or without any other punishment.
(9) If the offender has been sentenced prisoners by a military court, and later he was sentenced to imprisonment by a military court, any part of the sentence prisoners has not suffered by the offender shall be remitted by virtue of this subsection.
(10) without prejudice to the validity of any punishment imposed, an offender cannot be detained continuously for more than two years under this Act.
Provide for a fine 91. (1) the amount of a penalty that is awarded as a punishment under this Act for an offence other than the offence against section 88 shall not exceed the aggregate of the fourteen days of salary, and for an offence against section 88 — (a) in any case not exceed the aggregate of the fourteen days of salary; and (b) If a public offence an offence against section is punishable by a civil court in the Federal and punishable such fine maximum amount is less than the aggregate, shall not exceed the maximum amount of that.
(2) for the purposes of this section "salary" means the basic salary.
92 field punishment. Sentence field shall consist of duties or wire in addition to what the offender may be required to do it if he did not undergo the punishment, and any loss of privileges, as provided by law 77 Malaysia84 Act or under regulations made under section 155, and as well as confinement in any place and in such manner as provided in such a way and something personal restrictions as may be necessary to prevent the offender from the previous run and as provided in such a way.
Capture capture of 93. (1) every person subject to service law under this Act who is found guilty of an offence against any provision of this Act, or is said to have committed or is reasonably suspected to have committed any such offence may be arrested in accordance with the following.
(2) an officer may be captured by an officer standing forces top rank, or if taking part in a mutiny, fights or chaos, by an officer of any rank.
(3) a soldier-lasykar or voluntary members (when subject to service law under this Act) may be arrested by any officer, warrant officer, or an officer of the regular force voids: provided that a person shall not be arrested except by virtue of this subsection by a person of top rank.
(4) a lasykar that exercise as a member of staff who organize or as a member of staff who are able to catch any lasykar.
(5) an officer provos or any officer, warrant officer, officers are not accredited or lasykar running power legally under an officer provos, can arrest any officer, soldier-lasykar or voluntary members (when subject to service law under this Act): provided that an officer cannot be captured by virtue of this subsection except by order of an officer to another.
Armed forces 85 (6) the power of arrest conferred to any person by this section may (subject to the provisions of any regulations made under this Act) carried out either alone or with the order arrested person to be arrested or by giving the command against the arrest of the person.
(7) in this section the expression "officer of the regular force" and "warrant officer or officer not accredited permanent forces" includes an officer, warrant officer, or officer not accredited any voluntary forces when they are subjected to legal services under this Act and any foreign forces appointed, seconded or assigned accordingly to any regular forces or when members of a foreign forces or acting together with serving any regular forces under the provisions of subsection 17 (3) and (4) of the Armed Visitors 1960.
PE r u n t u k a n b a g i m e n g e l a k k a n k e l e n g a h a n s e l e p a s 94 arrests. (1) Allegations against any person subject to service law under this Act which is in catch should be investigated accordingly without unnecessary delay, and as soon as that can be either tried to punish him for his or her release from arrest.
(2) if any person subject to service law under this Act after the detained in custody services, is still in the catch for a term of more than eight days without held a military court for his trial, a special report about the need for further taken place shall be made by an officer of the ad to the authorities stipulated in the prescribed manner, and also a report similar to the authority and in the manner that every eight days until a military court held or the offence is tried directly or he is released from the catch: provided that for someone who is in active service, this subsection shall not be complied with to the extent which cannot be done reliably, given the importance of the operation.
Law Malaysia86 Act 77 (3) for the purposes of subsection 64 (1) question whether the occurrence of the delay in taking any measures to investigate allegations against a person who is in a catch shall be decided regardless of the provisions of subsection the last mentioned.
Chief Marshal Provos 94A. (1) the armed forces Council shall appoint a Chief Provos Marshal for the three services.
(2) the Provos Marshal shall — (a) acts as the Chief to Chief of staff of the armed forces disciplinary matters; and (b) carry out the functions of the Provos Marshal — (i) If two or more Services serve together under section 169; or (ii) if directed by the armed forces Council in respect of disciplinary matters on any one service.
(3) for the purposes of this section, the head of Provos Marshal may — (a) with the approval of armed forces Council to appoint any number of officers; and (b) in circumstances diper ihalk an in subparagraph (2) (b) (ii) direct the Service, provos officer to assist it in carrying out its functions.
Provos Marshal and provos 94b. (1) the head of the service concerned may, with the approval of the Council of the armed forces, appoint a Marshal Provos and any number of officers of the provos as may be necessary for service.
Armed forces 87 (2) and officer of the provos Provos Marshal appointed under subsection (1) shall exercise the functions conferred by or under this Act, and in particular shall have the authority to investigate any offence under this Act.
The appointment or authorisation to another investigator 94c. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 94A and 94b, any member of the armed forces be appointed or authorised by the authorities entitled to investigate any offence under this Act.
Confirmation of 94d. Someone Provos Marshal, an officer of the provos, the investigating officer or authorized officers appointed or authorized prior to commencement of section 94b or 94c shall be deemed to have been appointed or authorized under section 94b or 94c, as the case may be, and any act or thing done by such person before the commencement of section 94b and 94c which will be valid if the provisions have been in force at the time the Act or thing is done with this and declared was done legally.
Dispose of Direct Charge of the investigation of the charge by the commanding officer of 95. Before a allegations against a person subject to service law under this Act (hereinafter referred to as "the accused") has committed an offence against any provision in this section is carried out further, the allegations should be reported in the form of charge, to the commanding officer of the accused, and the commanding officer shall investigate the charge in the prescribed manner.
Law Malaysia88 Act 77 of the charge shall be tried by the military courts directly or 96. (1) after investigated, charge against an officer accredited low rank of Lieutenant Colonel or equivalent or against an officer warrants, if an authority has the power under the provisions set out below in this section by such direct, tried by the authority in accordance with it.
(2) after investigated, charge against an officer who is appointed or against someone soldiers lasykar or voluntary members (when subject to service law under this Act) below the rank of warrant officer may be tried directly by ad officer, subject to and in accordance with the following provisions in this section.

(3) If, after investigated, any charge cannot be tried directly as mentioned earlier, the accused shall be direman to be tried by military courts.
(4) Notwithstanding anything contained in the provisions referred to earlier, if — (a) the commanding officer was investigating a charge against an officer accredited or warrant officer; or (b) the commanding officer has investigated the charge against an officer appointed or against someone soldiers lasykar or voluntary members (when subject to service law under this Act) below the rank of warrant officer, that the charge cannot be tried directly, the commanding officer may refuse the charge if he is of the opinion that the charge should not be continued.
(5) References in this Act regarding the trial continued the charge was a reference to taking the following action by the superior authority or commanding officer of the accused, as the case may be, that is, actions that determine whether the accused is guilty, rejecting the charge or record the findings of guilt and punishment.
Armed forces 89 further Proceedings on the charge against officer appointed, soldier-lasykar and voluntary personnel below the rank of warrant officer 97. (1) the following provisions of this section shall become effective if the commanding officer has investigated the charge against an officer appointed, or against any person or member of soldier-lasykar voluntary (when subject to service law under this Act) below the rank of warrant officer.
(2) where — (a) the charge is not a charge to be tried on and the commanding officer did not reject it; or (b) the charge is a charge to be tried directly but the commanding officer is of the opinion that the charge cannot be tried so, he shall take such steps as may be prescribed with the object so that the charge be tried by military courts.
(3) in any other case, the commanding officer shall proceed to try continue the charge; and if he recorded a finding of guilty he may, subject to the provisions of subsection (4), drop a sentence or more of the following penalties, namely: (a) the detention for a period not exceeding ninety days, or if the accused is an officer not chartered or private soldier or equivalent who are in active service, the field penalty not exceeding ninety days: provided that — (i) a sentence of detention or sentence of the column passed by the commanding officer on an officer not qualified may not be carried out until the sentence is approved by an authority that approves and only to the extent that such approval;
Law Malaysia90 Act 77 (ii) where a commanding officer of the detention sentence or sentence of the field for a period of more than twenty-eight days, part of the more than twenty eight days shall become effective only if approved by, and to the extent approved by the, an authority that approves;
(b) the reduction to the rank of ordinary or any demotion to lower or decrease the standard, to a rank that is not lower than the private soldier or equivalent in the army, lasykar class 1 in Navy or air lasykar 1 in the air force, as the case may be, but, except as provided in subsection (5) and (6), a sentence that was reduced to the rank of ordinary or any demotion to lower or decrease the standard imposed by an officer commanding shall become effective only if approved by, and to the extent approved by the approving authority;
(c) a fine;
(d) if the accused is an officer appointed or official not qualified, hard warning or warning;
(e) forfeiture of good conduct badges, but if the result in forfeiture forfeiture medal long service and good conduct, a sentence nuclear disarmament, good conduct badges shall become effective only if approved by an approving authority;
(f) if the offence has resulted in any expense, loss or damage, prisoner wages;
(g) any light sentence currently allowed in the regulations made under this section: provided that no fine or punishment light may be imposed for an offence the penalty of detention, and no penalty may be imposed for an offence the penalty field.
Armed forces 91 (4) where the accused is an officer appointed, the commanding officer could not pass such sentence in addition to the penalty specified in paragraph (c), (d), (f) and (g) subsection final referred to previously.
(5) If the accused is a lance corporal or lance corporal artillery and fault, mendapatinya commanding officer commanding officer may, if he does not pass such other sentence or no any other sentence, order the detention except wages the accused so that lowered to normal rank.
(6) if the accused person acting warrant officer or acting officers are not certified, and commanding officer of mendapatinya guilty, the commanding officer may, if he does not pass such other sentence or no any other sentence, order the detention except wages the accused back to the rank or status of the permanent location.
(7) If an officer is not accredited was sentenced to any period of detention sentence or sentence of the column, he shall also commanded to demoted to the rank of ordinary or lowered the standard to grade is lower than the standard of lasykar right, as the case may be: provided that, if the commanding officer is not memerintahkannya so that revealed such rank, sentence the commanding officer is valid but shall be deemed to include a sentence reduction to the rank of ordinary or decrease the standard to a lower grade than the grade of senior lasykar , as the case may be.
(8) where a commanding officer to impose fines as a penalty for the offence of drunkenness, the amount of the fine shall not exceed thirty dollars.
(9) Notwithstanding anything contained in subsection (3), if the commanding officer has decided that the accused is guilty and if the charge was tried directly he shall pass sentence other than hard warning, warnings, fines or penalties for granted, or if finding the guilty (whatever else the sentence passed) will involve forfeiture of salary (other than fine), the commanding officer may not record a finding until the accused were given the opportunity to choose so tried by courts of law Malaysia92 Act 77
the army; and if the accused elects such and did not withdraw its choice later in accordance with the regulations made under this part, the commanding officer shall not be recorded a finding of guilty but shall take such steps as may be prescribed with the object so that the charge be tried by military courts.
(10) in this section "the relevant authorities adopt" means any officer not below the rank of Colonel or equivalent set by armed forces Council as the approving authority for the purposes of this section.
(11) If a charge is a charge to be tried directly, but the commanding officer has taken steps with a view that the charge was heard by a military court, any higher authority to which the charge has been referred may refer the charge back to the commanding officer that tried directly; and when such a reference is done the commanding officer shall try the charge as if from the start he is of the opinion that the charge should be tried directly: provided that a charge not be referred back if the accused has chosen so that the charge be tried by a military court and not to withdraw its choice.
Further proceedings on the charge against a qualified officer and warrant officer 98. (1) after investigating a charge against an officer or warrant officer, a commissioned commanding officer shall, unless he has rejected the charge, produce it in the prescribed manner to a higher authority; and then shall be decided by the authority on how the charge is to be tried in accordance with the following two subsections.
(2) if the charge is a charge to be tried directly, it may be referred to the superior authority concerned.
Armed forces 93 (3) if the charge is not referred to as such, steps should taken for the purpose so that the charge be tried by military courts.
(4) where the charge referred to the superior authority concerned, the authority shall investigate the charge in the prescribed manner and decide whether the accused is guilty of the charge and accordingly reject the charge or record a finding of guilt:

Provided that, if, in the time of the investigation of the charge, the Authority decided that fit so that the charge be tried by a military court, prescribed steps should be taken for the purpose so that the charge be tried as such.
(5) if the top authorities of the relevant record a finding of guilty, the authority may drop a sentence or more of the following penalties, namely: (a) forfeiture of seniority or rank for an officer whose promotion depends on his old service, forfeiture of the whole or any part of the services for the purpose of promotion;
(b) a fine;
(c) warning warning or hard;
(d) if the offence has resulted in any expense, loss or damage, prisoner wages, except he can't impose forfeiture of seniority rank and fined both.
(6) Notwithstanding anything contained in subsection (4), if the top authorities concerned have decided that the accused is guilty and if the charge was tried directly of the authority will impose forfeiture of seniority or salary service or detention, or if a finding of guilty would involve forfeiture of salary, the authority cannot record a finding until the accused were given the opportunity to choose to be tried by a military court; and if the accused law Malaysia94 Act 77 choose so, the authority may not record a finding but shall take such steps as may be prescribed with the object so that the charge be tried by military courts.
Rejection of the charge shall be referred to a higher authority 99. (1) Notwithstanding anything contained in the two previous final section mentioned, if a charge — (a) has been referred to the higher authority with the aim that the charge be tried by a military court; or (b) has been submitted to higher authorities for a decision on how the charge is to be tried, the authority may, subject to the provisions of this section, refer the charge back to the commanding officer of the accused with the instructions so that the charge is rejected, and in the case of such commanding officer shall reject the charge.
(2) a charge referred to return in accordance with this section shall not be prejudicial to the other a charge made if directed by a higher authority or the commanding officer may think fit.
Confessions because remaining tasks by troopers-lasykar 100. (1) where, in accordance with the regulations made under this section, a soldier-lasykar sign a confessions in writing that she was guilty for remaining tasks, an officer of the ad may be notwithstanding anything contained in the provisions of the previously mentioned in this section, submit the confessions to be considered by the armed forces Council or any officer not below the rank of Colonel or equivalent as defined by the regulations referred to earlier.
Armed forces 95 (2) after considering any confessions the armed forces Council or officer aforesaid may direct that the offence is not tried by a military court or be tried directly by the superior authority or commanding officer, and if a command is given, the term offenders in respect of which he claimed to have left the task shall be dilucuthakkan.
(3) a direction under subsection final mentioned previously can allocate further that the whole or any part of the service the offender before the period in respect of which he claimed to have left the task as aforesaid shall also dilucuthakkan.
The officer is required to serve as the commanding officer and senior authorities concerned 101. (1) in this Act the expression "commanding officer", in respect of a person charged with an offence, means the officer who has the authority to rule over the people as determined by or under regulations made under this section.
(2) the following may act as top authority in question in relation to a person charged with an offence, that is, any officer not below the rank of Colonel or equivalent in each case has the power to call in military court proceedings under this Act.
(3) regulations as mentioned earlier can give an officer, or any class officer who, by or under the regulations, authorized to carry out the functions of the commanding officer, the authority to delegate that function, in the case and to the extent specified in the regulations, to the officer in the specified class.
Law Malaysia96 Act 77 authority limits for try continue to charge 102. (1) the charge to be tried directly by a commanding officer, and the charge to be tried directly by a superior authority may be, is a charge as specified by regulations made under this section.
(2) in any case as specified for that purpose by the rules aforesaid power a person commanding officer or the superior authority concerned to impose a sentence shall be subject to the limit specified.
Military courts: General provisions as to jurisdiction and powers of the military courts 103. (1) subject to the provisions of this section, a military court has authority to try any person subject to service law under this Act for any offence may be tried by a military court under this Act and to pass such sentence permitted by this Act for the offence.
(2) a military court to try an officer or warrant officer shall consist of at least five officers.
(3) a military court consisting of less than five officers can't pass such a sentence on a scale of punishment of imprisonment for two years.
(4) a military court, unless it consists of at least five officers, cannot try any offence with maximum penalty or a punishment is the death penalty.
The Powerful Session 104. (1) a military court can be convened by any qualified officials authorized such by his Majesty with warrants or by any officer of the armed forces 97 under the command of an officer duly authorized as mentioned earlier, to which the officer referred to the final delegate power to call in military court proceedings in exercise of the powers conferred upon him by Warrant issued it.
(2) in this section the expression "qualified officer" means — (a) the Chief of the armed forces;
(b) the Chief of the army;
(c) the Chief of the Navy;
(d) the Chief of the air force;
(e) any officer not below the rank of Colonel or equivalent who ruled a group trup or a rule or a Navy air force group.
(3) any Warrant or delegation of powers under this section to call in military court proceedings — (a) may be made subject to restrictions, limitations, exclusions or conditions;
(b) may be addressed to the name or the name of their posts, and can be released or provided to an officer named or specified by the names of his Office, to an officer named or specified by the names of his post and to the person at this time, owing to an officer named or specified by the names of his Office and his successor in the post or to an officer named or specified by the names of his Office and the person and the substitute;
(c) may be varied or revoked, whether in whole or in part, by a warrant Seri Paduka Baginda yang then or, as the case may be, by the officer who gave the warrant or his successors.
Law Malaysia98 Act 77 (4) any power to call in military court proceedings delegated under subsection (1) may be exercised only for the trial of a person who at the date of the session command is under the command of officers of the Conference.
Membership of the military court 105. (1) subject to the provisions of section 103, a military court shall consist of the President and not less than two other officers.
(2) an officer who is calling a military court convened under section past the end of the mentioned may appoint as a member of a military court officer from the army, Navy or air force, or any officer of any foreign forces assigned or seconded to the permanent forces:

Provided that an officer of the Court shall be members of the same service with the accused unless the Conference Officer is of the opinion that the number of officers required of similar services that have the qualifications required at the point of a military court convened, with appropriate attention to the public service, are not available and in such a situation the Conference Officer may, with the consent of the appropriate authorities for something other services appoint officers of other services have the required qualifications as President or member of a military court; and the order of the trial to a military court shall contain a statement of the opinion of the officers of the Conference and the statement shall be final.
(3) an officer shall not be appointed as a member of a military court unless he is subject to legal services under this Act and became an officer in any of the armed forces for a period of not less than two years or for a period totalling not less than agregatnya two years or in respect of officials of foreign forces who are assigned or seconded to the permanent forces , has served not less than the same period of service in the armed forces of their own.
Armed forces 99 (4) where a military court made up of five officers or more, that differentiate them shall be an officer rank or rank higher than Lieutenant Colonel or equivalent and shall be appointed by order of the officer who called military court proceedings.
(5) where a military court consisting of less than five officers, that differentiate them shall be appointed by order of the officer who called military court proceedings and cannot be ranked lower than major or equivalent unless the Conference Officer is of the opinion that major or equivalent, with appropriate attention to the civil service, could not be found; and however the President of the military court cannot be lower than the rank of captain or equivalent.
(6) Notwithstanding subsection (4) if the accused is the rank of General Brigadier General or equivalent or higher rank than Brigadier General General or equivalent, President of the military court shall rank the same as or higher than the accused and other members shall be the rank of Colonel or equivalent or a rank higher than Colonel or equivalent.
(7) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (4) if the accused holds the rank of Colonel or equivalent, President shall rank the same as or higher than the accused, and another Member to be the rank of Lieutenant Colonel or equivalent or higher rank of Lieutenant Colonel or equivalent.
(8) if the accused holds the rank of Lieutenant Colonel or equivalent, at least two members of the military court, in addition to which differentiate them, shall rank the same as or higher than the accused.
(9) a member of a military court, in addition to which differentiate them, shall be appointed by order of the hearing officer or in such other manner as may be prescribed.
Law Malaysia100 Act 77 additional provisions regarding the membership of the military court 106. (1) the officer in charge called a military court sitting shall not be a member of a military court: provided that, if part of the forces he served that perform services actively and if he is of the opinion that it is not practical to appoint one other officer as President, he himself can become President of the military court.
(2) an officer who, at any time between the date the accused charged with the offence and the date of trial, has become the commanding officer of the accused, and any other officers who were investigating the charge against the accused, or who, under this part or the rules made thereunder, held, or has acted as one of the person conducting the investigation on the matters relating to the matter the charge against the accused , cannot be a member of a military court or act as judge advocate a military court.
(3) where the officer in charge called a military court convened to appoint a captain or equivalent as President, having the opinion that a major or equivalent who have appropriate qualifications, with appropriate attention to the public service, are not available, the call order of a military court sitting shall contain a peryataan of opinion, and that the statement shall be final.
Venue for conferences of the military courts and delay to another place on 107. (1) subject to the provisions of this section, a military court shall meet at the place (either within or outside the Federal) as specified in an order calling a military court proceedings; and officers of the Conference be able to convene the Conference at a place outside the territorial limit his reign.
Armed forces 101 (2) a military court to hold conference in any place shall, if the hearing officer ordered him to so hold a Conference somewhere else, and can, without any such instruction if it appears at the Court in the interest of Justice that the Court has to hold a Conference somewhere else, menangguhkannya for the purpose of the Conference is to be held in other places.
A military court — provisions relating to trial by an accused person Pencabaran 108. (1) an accused person to be tried by a military court is entitled to protest, on reasonable grounds, to any member of the Court, whether appointed in the beginning or in lieu of an officer to another.
(2) for the purpose of enabling the accused to use the right conferred by subsection final referred to previously, the names of members of the Court shall be pronounced in the presence of the accused before the Court members sworn in, and he shall be asked whether he protested against any such officer.
(3) every objection made by the accused against any officer shall be considered by the other officer who was appointed a member of the Court.
(4) If the objection made against the President and the protest allowed by not less than one-third of the number of members of the Court to the other, the Court shall adjourn the hearing officer and the Conference shall elect a President of the other.
(5) where a protest is made against a member of the Court in addition to the President and the protest allowed by no less than half of the number of members entitled to vote, the member against whom the protest was made to be backwards and if by not doing so the number of members it will be less than the minimum number of the legal vacancy shall be filled with one other officer in the prescribed manner.
Legal Administration of oath Act 77 Malaysia102 109. (1) an oath shall be administered for every Member of the military courts and for any person present in a military court as judge advocate, officer under the direction of, stenographers or interpreter.
(2) every witness before the military courts shall be examined with the oath: provided that if any of the children who were younger age, called as a witness, in the opinion of the Court, do not understand the purpose of an oath, his evidence may be received, though not given oath, if the Court is of the opinion that the child has sufficient intelligence to allow such evidence received and understand the obligation to tell the truth , however if the evidence given on behalf of the Prosecutor, the accused cannot be convicted on the evidence alone-the eye unless it is corroborated by other evidence material support it so as to involve the accused.
(3) an oath required to be administered under this section shall be in the prescribed form and shall be administered at the time prescribed by the person prescribed and in the manner prescribed: provided that, if any witness offering to give evidence by sworn by any form of common among or held firmly by the sebangsa or seagama with it and in accordance with fairness or decency and without prejudice to any third party , the Court may, if it thinks fit, direct that such an oath given to him notwithstanding anything contained in the provisions of the previously mentioned.
A military court convened in open court should be 110. (1) subject to the provisions of this section, a military court shall be convened in open court and in the presence of the accused.
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(2) Nothing contained in subsection aforesaid shall affect the power of a military court to meet privately on the ground that it is necessary or expedient in the interest of the administration of Justice to do so; and without prejudice to the power of a military court may, subject to any exception indicated by the Court, order that the public excluded from the whole or any part of the court proceedings if it appears at the Court that any evidence to be given or statement to be made within the proceedings or, as the case may be, may, if not doing so would result in the disclosure of any information that would be useful or may be directly or indirectly to the enemy.
(3) a military court shall be convened in closed court while carefully considering finding or sentence them on any charge.
(4) a military court can be convened in closed court while carefully weigh anything between members of its members.
(5) where a military court sitting in closed court no person shall be present except for members of the Court and others as prescribed.
The dissolution of the military court 111. (1) If, whether before or after the commencement of the trial, it appears at a hearing officer that it is necessary or expedient in the interest of the administration of justice so that a military court was dissolved, the Conference Officer may by order dissolve the military court.
(2) without prejudice to the generality of subsection referred to earlier, if after the start of the trial, the number of members of a military court under of the minimum number of the law by reason of the death of one of its members or for any other reason the military courts shall be dissolved.
Law Malaysia104 Act 77 (3) where after the commencement of the trial, President of the military court to death or otherwise unable to attend and the number of members of the Court not being under of the minimum number of the law, then — (a) If a member of the Court's senior captain rank or equivalent or higher rank, the Conference Officer can be appointed him as President and the trial shall proceed accordingly; but (b) if he does not rank as stated above, the Court shall be dissolved.
(4) without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1), if after the start of his trial hearing officer was told that because the accused is ill or is unable to in another, there is no practical once taken into account all the circumstances of the trial cannot continue in a reasonable time, the hearing officer could dissolve the Court.
(5) where a military court dissolved under the provisions of this section, referred to earlier, the accused may be tried by a military court to another.
The decision of the military court 112. (1) subject to the provisions of this section, every question to be decided in a trial by the military court shall be decided by a vote of a majority of the members of the Court.
(2) when the number of votes on the same lot as the finding, the Court shall release the accused.
(3) a finding of guilt that one of punishment that can be meted out by the Court is dead shall not be effective unless the sentence gets the consent of all members of the Court; and if no such agreement is achieved when the majority of the members of the Court makes a finding, the Court shall be dissolved and the accused may be tried by a military court to another.
Armed forces 105 (4) If the accused is found guilty and the Court has the power to impose the death penalty or any lesser penalty thereon, the death penalty shall not be passed without the consent of all members of the Court.
(5) when the number of votes the same a lot of sentence or any question arising after the commencement of the trial, except on the Court finding, the President shall have a second or casting vote.
The finding and sentence of 113. (1) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 110, the finding of a military court on every charge shall be announced in open court.
(2) any finding of guilt shall be, and shall be announced as, subject to verification.
(3) any sentence a military court, together with any recommendations of forgiveness, to be announced in open court, and a sentence of the military courts shall, and shall be announced as, subject to verification.
Power to submit offences other than offences charged with 114. (1) an accused person charged before the military court on an offence under this Act may, if there is no evidence that it was committed in circumstances involving heavier sentence, was found guilty of the offence in circumstances involving a lesser sentence.
(2) an accused person charged before the military court for any offence may be found guilty for trying to commit the offence.
(3) an accused person charged before the military court for trying to commit an offence may be convicted of the charge although it has been proved that he has actually committed such offence.
Law Malaysia106 Act 77 (4) where an accused person is charged before a military court under section 88 in respect of attempting to commit an offence of public officials, he may be convicted of the charge although it has been proved that he is actually guilty of the public.
(5) where an accused person is charged before the military court of an offence against section 88, and the public a corresponding offence was an offence in the proceedings, if he had been tried by a Court of the public committed such offence in the Federal, he might be found guilty of an offence in other public, then if a military court found that he had made a mistake the other public , he may be convicted of an offence against section 88 in respect of other public offence that.
(6) an accused person charged before the military court on an offence specified in the first column of the second schedule to this Act shall be found guilty of an offence specified in the second column thereof in the said schedule.
Rules regarding the evidence of 115. (1) except as otherwise provided in this Act, the rules of evidence to be observed in a proceeding before a military court are identical to the rules to be adhered to in public court in Malaysia, and no person shall be required in the proceedings in front of a military court to answer any question or produce any document which he is not required to answer or produce in similar proceedings before the Court in the Malaysian public.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in subsection referred to earlier, a statutory declaration shall, in a trial by a military court, accepted as evidence of the facts stated in the Declaration in the matter, and to the extent, the same oral evidence means acceptable in the trial forces 107 provided that a statutory declaration shall not be admissible in evidence in any proceedings on behalf of either the prosecution or the Defender — (a) if the Declaration submitted for the prosecution, unless a copy of the Declaration was presented to the accused no less than seven days before the commencement of the trial;
(b) if the Declaration submitted on behalf of the Defender, unless a copy of the Declaration was presented to the commanding officer for the accused no less than seven days or such period less as permitted by the commanding officer prior to commencement of the trial;
(c) in any case, if, not later than three days prior to the commencement of the trial or in any further period as may be permitted by a military court in special circumstances, the accused or, as the case may be, the commanding officer of the accused, serve a notice in accordance with the prescribed form to the commanding officer of the accused or that require the oral evidence given in lieu of the Declaration; or (d) in any case, if the Court is of the opinion that in the interest of military justice is desirable so that oral evidence given in lieu of the Declaration and a military court stipulates that his opinion is the same.
(3) a military court shall give judicial notice on all matters which are already known, termasuklan all things in General Service knowledge of the Court, and on all other matters that may be given judicial notice in civil courts in Malaysia.
Privilege for witnesses and others in the military court 116. A witness in front of a military court or any other person of its duties is to appear in law Malaysia108 Act 77 or in front of a military court are entitled to the same privileges and immunity to a witness before the High Court in the Federation.

Offences by members of the public with regard to military courts 117. If in Malaysia any person other than a person subject to service law under this Act — (a) after having duly summoned to attend as a witness in front of a military court, fails to comply with the summons;
(b) refusing oath when duly required by a military court to do so;
(c) refuses to produce any document in his custody or under his control which are required to legally by military courts so that submitted by him;
(d) when a witness, refused to answer any questions that required legally by military courts so that answered by him;
(e) willfully injuring any person, that is a member of a military court or witnesses or any other person be obligations to appear in or in front of a military court, while such person acting as a member of a military court or attending, or willfully injuring any person mentioned earlier while that person go to proceedings or returning from a military court proceedings;
(f) intentionally interfere with the proceedings of a court, military or otherwise misbehaving in front of a military court; or (g) do any other things that may, if a military court is a Court of law having power to impose punishment for contempt of court, have committed contempt of such court, 109 armed forces military court can certify that the self-signed by him to any Court of law in that part in Malaysia where the offence is said to have done , i.e. a court having power to impose punishment for contempt of court, and Court of law can then investigate the alleged offence, and after hearing any witnesses produced against or on behalf of the person charged with the offence, and after hearing any statement that may be provided as a defence, punish or take steps to punish that person in the same manner as if he had been guilty of contempt of court to which it was authorised.
Pledge of 118. (1) where — (a) any person required by virtue of this Act to an oath for the purposes of proceedings before a military court protesting against the oath, and stated as a reason against the bantahannya that he did not have a religious belief or that the oath is contrary to his religious beliefs; or (b) it is not reasonably practicable to administer an oath to a person as mentioned earlier in the manner that suits his religious beliefs, he may be allowed to make a pledge with truly in accordance with the prescribed form in lieu of oath.
(2) a person may be allowed under this section to make a pledge with indeed may also be required to do so and for purposes of this section "reasonably practicable" means reasonably practicable without inconvenience or delay.
Law Malaysia110 Act 77 Setting the rules of the procedure of 119. (1) subject to the provisions of this section, the Minister may make rules (hereinafter referred to as "rules of Procedure") with respect to the investigation and trial, and surrounding the punishment for, the offence taken know by a military court, the commanding officer and senior authorities, and with respect to verification and checking the findings and sentence a military court.
(2) without prejudice to the generality of subsection referred to earlier, the rules of Procedure can make provisions in respect of all or any of the following matters, namely: (a) the procedure to be followed when the charge in front of the commanding officer and senior authorities concerned;
(b) the manner in which the charge is brought so be investigated, and the taking of evidence (either orally or in writing, either by oath or not, and whether complete or not or the form of a summary or extract) for the purpose of investigating or try directly the charge or otherwise as the initial investigation of the trial by a military court, but that the rules of Procedure shall provide for the application of section 109 in any case if the accused require it to be taken with the lifting oath;
(c) add to, or replace, a charge that has been investigated with a new indictment for an offence which was demonstrated through evidence taken at the time of the investigation, and described the investigation as an investigation for the new charge;
(d) call for the assembled and set up military courts;
(e) Conference, delay and the dissolution of the military courts;
Armed forces 111 (f) procedures to be followed in the trial by a military court;
(g) representation of the accused in the trial;
(h) secure the attendance of witnesses before a military court and at the time of taking of evidence according to the rules of Procedure made under paragraph (b);
(i) put on all or any of the provisions of the fourth-four sections mentioned earlier in connection with the proceedings in front of the commanding officer and senior authorities and others in connection with proceedings before the trial by the military court;
(j) to authorise a military court or an officer of the press, to amend a charge that is being tried by a military court in the case and to the extent prescribed;
(k) to authorise a military court if the details proved or accepted in the trial different from the details alleged in the charge but enough to support a finding of guilt for an offence which is equal to the offence charged, to make a finding of guilt subject to exclusion or changes specified in the finding if it appears at a military court that the difference is not material to the detriment of the accused in his defence;
(l) the form of order or other document to be made for the purposes of any provision of this Act or the rules of Procedure relating to the investigation or trial, or surrounding the punishment for, the offence taken know by a military court, the commanding officer or the superior authority may be, or in relation to validation and checking the findings and sentence a military court; and (m) any other matter that is required or permitted to be prescribed by this section so.
Law Malaysia112 Act 77 (3) the rules of Procedure made by virtue of paragraph (j) of subsection end mentioned previously must ensure that the power to amend the charge cannot be carried out in circumstances that is largely different from the circumstances that the charge may be amended by the Court in the Malaysian public or unless it is subject to similar conditions, as nearly as may be allowed by circumstances with the provision to him of the charge may be amended so , and cannot be carried out by a military court (other than for the purpose of just correcting an error in the name or description of the accused or of a clerical error or omission) unless a judge advocate to appear in the trial.
(4) the rules of Procedure cannot make provisions in respect of the exercise of the sentence passed by the Court, military or other sentence passed under this section.
(5) a Procedure which is not in accordance with the provisions of this Act, to the extent of the inconsistency, be void.
Rules regarding the exercise of the functions of the judge advocate 120. (1) the rules of Procedure may provide regarding the exercise of the functions of the judge advocate in the trial by a military court.
(2) without prejudice to the generality of subsection referred to earlier, the rules of Procedure may make provision — (a) about the evil of for advice or opinion given to military courts by judge advocate on the question of law; and (b) to require or allow the President of a military court, in the case specified in the rules of the Procedure, to direct that the question of law shall be decided by a judge advocate during the absence of the President or other Member of the military courts and any officer under the direction of, and for wearing for armed forces judge advocate and 113 of the proceedings on any decision the provisions of this Act relating to a military court or its members and proceedings of the military court as stated in the rules of Procedure.
(3) in subsection past the end of the mentioned reference to the question of law includes a reference to the question of the merger of the charge and the trial of you jointly or separately.
Give consideration to the offence

121. (1) Rules of Procedure can be conducted to determine things about it, and the point, a military court can, in the sentence against the accused for any offence of which he has been convicted the accused, upon request, give consideration to the other offence against this Act was done by him.
(2) if the rules of Procedure make provision as mentioned earlier, the rules may also provide for the giving of a military court, by giving consideration towards one or several offences, the power to direct that a deduction is made from the salary of the offender as a military court ordered him to be able to if the offender has been found guilty of offences or offences have been given the consideration as well as offences for which he was found guilty.
Confirmation, revision and Review Court proceedings Military Confirmation of the military court proceedings 122. (1) where a military court found an accused person guilty of any charge, records a military court proceedings shall be sent to a Verifier to confirm the finding and the sentence by a military court on the charge.
Law Malaysia114 Act 77 (2) a finding of guilt or sentence by a military court cannot be counted as a finding or sentence a military court until confirmed: provided that this subsection shall not be touching the action hold the accused in custody pending confirmation made or the currency of both section the following provisions of this section regarding verification or approval.
The petition against the finding or punishment 123. At any time after the military court sentence on the accused or found the accused is unable to be tried or not guilty because akalnya is not perfect, but not later than the time set upon completion of the verification, the accused may submit in the prescribed manner a petition against the finding or of the sentence or both.
Reviewing the findings of the military courts 124. (1) a verifier may direct that a military court reviewing any findings of fault which was reached by the Court in any case where it appears to it that — (a) the finding that contrary to the weight of evidence; or (b) any question of law decided in the trial and in respect of the findings was decided incorrectly.
(2) any direction shall be accompanied by the instructions necessary for the holding of the Conference of the military court, and shall contain a statement of the reasons for the instructions.
(3) when any of the findings under review, the military court shall reconsider the findings, and (unless the Court agrees with the findings) may replace it with a finding of innocence or any other findings that may have been made by a military court in the first instance in the trial in lieu of the revised findings.
Armed forces 115 (4) when a finding that reviewed the military courts do not have authority to receive any further information.
(5) If upon any finding that reviewed military court either agrees with the findings of the first-it or replace it with a finding of guilty of another offence, or for the same offence but in different circumstances, a military court may substitute the punishment first with a penalty to another: provided that a military court has no power to substitute a sentence heavier than the sentence or the heaviest between the punishment first passed it, or substitute a sentence which in the opinion of the military courts that is heavier than the punishment first.
(6) the verifier does not have the authority to direct the revision of any finding of spare parts made by a military court on the previous instructions by the Verifier, or reviewing the findings of the first-if agreed by a military court on a previous directive; but except as aforesaid this Act shall apply to the proceedings in the military courts for any revision as it applies to the deliberation of the Court upon finding or sentence initially, and any finding or sentence replace shall be calculated for all purposes as finding or sentence first military court: provided that the decision of the military court of revision is not required to be announced in open court.
Power 125 Verifier. (1) subject to the provisions of section referred to earlier and the following provisions of the section, a verifier shall organise the finding or sentence a military court either — (a) by not confirming, if he is of the opinion that the findings of military court according to all the circumstances of the case it is unsafe or unsatisfactory or involve a decision wrong on the question of law or that there has been there ketidakteraturan a material during the trial;
Law Malaysia116 Act 77 (b) to confirm the finding or of the sentence; or (c) by referring to the findings or sentence, or both, to be confirmed to a verifier higher: provided that the Verifier can, although he is of the opinion that if not for this proviso he may refuse to confirm the findings, confirming the findings if he is of the opinion that there is no wrong exercise of Justice has occurred.
(2) in lieu of something does not endorse the findings of the military courts, one Verifier can, if — (a) a finding of guilt the rest can be done legally by a military court on a charge before it; and (b) he is of the opinion that a military court must have been satisfied with the facts necessary to justify other findings made it, replace it with the findings of others, and if he does so he shall consider how, if possible, the powers conferred by subsection (4) is to be carried out, or someone Verifier can, if he is of the opinion that the case is not a case that dapatannya is finding not guilty but a finding that the accused is unable to be tried the finding, replacing with a finding that the accused is unable to be tried.
(3) if it appears on someone Verifier that a sentence by a military court was not valid, he could instead do not confirm the sentence replacing it with a sentence or sentence-a sentence that can be passed by a military court, which is not a sentence heavier than the heaviest sentence or of the penalties imposed by a military court, and which in its opinion is not heavier than the sentence or sentence-the sentence.
(4) in verifying the sentence a military court, a verifier may — (a) remit the whole or part of any sentence passed by a military court; or the armed forces 117 (b) alleviating any sentence is to a sentence or more provided by this Act, that is the lesser of the punishment lightened it.
(5) in validating any punishment, a verifier can postpone the sentence from being carried out for such period as it thinks expedient, and a verifier can extend or terminate any delay ordered under this subsection.
(6) a finding or punishment was replaced by the Verifier, or any punishment in force after Verifier remit or lighten the sentence passed, shall be calculated for all purposes as a finding or sentence by a military court confirmed accordingly.
(7) Verification of a finding or punishment shall not be deemed to have been completed until the finding or of the sentence has been declared; and if there are any replacement, remission or commutations as mentioned earlier the finding or of the sentence shall be declared as if the finding or sentence is to take effect after the replacement, the alleviation or remission.
(8) If the Verifier shall decide not to confirm, then the decision should be declared and shall have effect from the date of the Declaration.
Verifier 126. (1) subject to the provisions of this section, the following persons have the authority to confirm the finding or sentence a military court, which are: (a) the officer calling the military court proceedings or any officer having authority to rule on top of the officer;
(b) substitute any officer or senior officers, or any person who currently performs any officer or the senior officers;
Law Malaysia118 Act 77 (c) if there is no officer mentioned earlier that, any officer appointed by the armed forces Council to act as Verifier, whether for the particular case or for a particular class of case specified.
(2) the following are not authorized to confirm the finding or sentence a military court, which are: (a) any officer who has been a member of the military courts;

(b) any person, as commanding officer of the accused, has been investigating the allegations against him, or for the time being the commanding officer of the accused; or (c) any person who, as senior officers may be, has been investigating the allegations against the accused.
(3) a Warrant or delegation authorised to call in military court proceedings can defer the verification by the authority of the superior finding or punishment or both in circumstances as may be specified by or under a warrant or such delegation and of the powers conferred by subsection (1) may be exercised subject to any delay that.
Approval and confirmation required for the death penalty for a specific 127. (1) a confirmed death sentence cannot be carried out unless approved by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection referred to earlier, the death sentence passed on a person in the service actively can be carried out without approval as aforesaid if, in the opinion of the Verifier is essential, in the interest of discipline and for the purpose of guaranteeing the security of forces that the person convicted is served, the sentence should be carried out immediately, and the verifier that opinion in May confirmed the sentence.
Armed forces 119 Review of the findings and sentence a military court 128. (1) a finding or sentence has been confirmed may at any time and are reviewed by an authority of review, and if once a finding or sentence is confirmed a petition duly made under section 123, then the finding or of the sentence must be reviewed as soon as possible after the petition is made and once considered things said to them.
(2) the review authority for purposes of this Act is — (a) the Yang di-Pertuan Agong;
(b) armed forces Council or (to the extent such delegation is worn) any officer to whom the power of the armed forces Council as the authority of review, or any of that power, can be delegated by regulations made under this section;
(c) any officer who has the superior executive authority over the Verifier.
(3) Notwithstanding anything in subsection (1), of a death sentence passed on a person in the service actively and finding fault with him the following sentence is passed is not required in order to be reviewed if, in the opinion of the Verifier is essential, in the interest of discipline and for the purpose of guaranteeing the security of forces that the person convicted is served, the sentence should be carried out immediately , and the verifier that the opinion in the minutes confirming the sentence.
(4) when a review made under this section the review authority may — (a) as far as the review is about a finding, cancel the finding, and, if the sentence is connected only with the finding that cancelled that, the sentence;
(b) as far as the review is about punishment, cancel the sentence;
Law Malaysia120 Act 77 (c) in any case, exercise the same power regarding the replacement of the finding, the replacement of an invalid sentence that with valid and remission or commutations of punishment as may be conferred to a Verifier by subsection (2) to (4) of section 125 include both of that subsection, and any finding or punishment was replaced, or penalties have effect upon the sentence remitted or lightened , shall be calculated for all purposes as a finding or sentence a military court confirmed accordingly.
(5) If an authority review of the exercise of any power conferred by subsection referred to earlier, the review authority's decision shall be declared and shall have effect from the date of the Declaration.
Consideration of the sentence of imprisonment and detention 129. (1) a sentence of imprisonment and detention can be considered again by the officer (not below the rank of Colonel or equivalent) as specified by the regulations made under this section; and if having considered the found that the behavior of the offender since her conviction justified a sentence is remitted, whether in whole or in part, the sentence can be remitted accordingly.
(2) the power to consider again a sentence can be carried out at any time after the sentence is confirmed, and if, having reviewed, a sentence that is still in force, then it should be considered again at intervals of six months: provided that the delay in complying with this subsection shall not be menidaksahkan the sentence.
121 review of the armed forces and on the findings of the review findings continue to Award and award 130. (1) where a charge was tried directly, in addition to the charge is rejected, the authorities referred to hereinafter may at any time review the finding or award it.
(2) the authority is — (a) the Council of the armed forces; or (b) any officer who has executive authority over the superior officer who had tried the charge directly.
(3) If, when a review made under this section, it appears at the authorities that it is expedient to do so due to an error of law in the proceedings of the trial continued the charge or anything that occurred in the proceedings which in the opinion of the authority involving substantial injustices against the accused that, then the authority may cancel the findings.
(4) where a finding in any proceedings is revoked under subsection final referred to previously and the award made in the proceedings in connection with the finding that cancelled that, the authority shall also cancel the award if the award, and also in relation to any other findings and turned out at the authorities that the award is not allowed by this Act in respect of the other findings the authority can change the award by substituting for the penalty or penalties such as deemed fit by the authorities, namely, the punishment or punishments which can be included in the award first in relation to other findings, and not that in the opinion of the authorities are heavier than the punishment or punishments that include the award first.
Law Malaysia122 Act 77 (5) If, when a review made under this section, it appears at the authorities that a sentence passed is not valid, or too heavy, or (if the award contains two sentences or so) that the sentence or some of them may not be dropped along with legal, or too heavy if counted together, the authorities can change the award by substituting for the penalty or penalties which may be included in the award first , and not that in the opinion of the authorities is heavier than the punishment or punishments that include the award first.
The findings about the Crazy Provision if the accused is found insane 131. (1) If, when a person is tried by a military court, turned out at a military court that the accused caused by crazy unable to be tried, then the military court can make such findings; and if the finding is confirmed by the following provisions of this section, the accused shall be detained in custody in the manner provided for by or under regulations made under this section until the direction of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong known or until the time is earlier that the accused be able to be tried.
(2) If, when a person is tried by a military court, turned out at a military court that the evidence available, apart from any question about crazy, supports the finding that the accused is guilty of any offence, but at the time the Act or omission that is an offence that the accused was insane, the Court shall find the accused soldiers not guilty of the offence due to crazy and later the accused shall be detained in custody in the manner provided for by or under the orders of the armed forces until instructions from the Yang di-Pertuan Agong is unknown.
(3) in the case of any findings as mentioned earlier, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may order that the accused be taken care safely for as long as allowed by it in place and in such manner as it thinks fit.
Armed forces 123 (4) a finding under subsection (1) shall not be effective unless and until the findings have been confirmed by an officer who have the power to verify the findings of fault made by a military court and the result has been declared.

(5) where a military court or the Verifier makes or unrefined finding not guilty by reason of insanity the accused the Verifier or, as the case may be, the review authority does not have the power to replace the findings with a finding of guilty; but except as aforesaid provisions of this Act concerning revision, verification and review (and in particular provisions of this Act which gives authority to substitute any finding with any other findings that may be made by a military court in question) shall apply in relation to the findings as provided by subsection (2) as the applicable provisions in respect of findings of guilty of another.
(6) except as otherwise provided in this Act or unless the context otherwise requires, any reference to a conviction or finding of guilt in respect of any offence includes a reference to a finding under subsection (2) in respect of the offence.
Saving for the function of chief judge advocate Exclusion for functions of chief judge advocate 132. There is nothing in the provisions of the previously mentioned in this section can be harmful to the exercise of the functions conferred (either by regulations made under this section or otherwise) to the chief judge advocate to consider and report on the proceedings of the military courts or any other functions assigned to it in relation to such court that.
An initial, suspension and the duration of the sentence an initial sentence of 133. (1) subject to the provisions of this section, a sentence of imprisonment, the sentence of detention services or service field service shall sentence start walking from law Malaysia124 Act 77 days of the sentence first passed by military courts that tried the offender or, as the case may be, first passed by the ad.
(2) a sentence of imprisonment or detention passed by military courts over a person's soldier-lasykar suspended in accordance with section 135 before he put in prison or detention berek cannot start running until the beginning of the day the suspension disconnected: provided that if the sentence is suspended by the Verifier and the authorities review decided the suspension, then the review authority may direct that the sentence ' from an earlier date is , not earlier than the day on which the sentence was first dropped by a military court, as specified by the review authority.
The period of imprisonment and detention 134. (1) where a soldier-lasykar has been sentenced to imprisonment or detention by a military court, and the sentence is suspended in accordance with the following section after he put in prison or detention, berek of the sentence period shall be suspended with effect from the start of the day after day he is released in accordance with the following section to the beginning of the day the suspension disconnected.
(2) if any person undergoing sentence of imprisonment or detention sentence in service with free illegal within the sentence, then, in calculating the period he may be punished by imprisonment or detained pursuant to the sentence, shall not be taken into account the time has expired during the period beginning on the day he is in a State of non it and ending on the day as someone who has been in the illegal, he included in the care or service public authorities or (if not included in a custody it) he returned to the place he was imprisoned or detained before he is in a situation with illegal: provided that, if he is the satisfaction of the authority as may be specified for that purpose by or in armed forces 125 under rules of imprisonment and Detention that at any time during the the period end mentioned that he — (a) is in the custody of the public authorities; or (b) if and to the extent provided by such rules of imprisonment and Detention, are in the custody of any of the authority of service of any country outside Malaysia in respect of which the arrangements have been made under section 139, then the end of the time referred to shall be taken into account in calculating the period he may be punished by imprisonment or detained pursuant to a sentence of that service.
(3) in subsection final referred to previously, the expression "public authority" means the public authorities (whether public authorities Malaysia or any country outside Malaysia) authorized by law to hold a person, including a police officer.
(4) Notwithstanding subsection (2) if any person undergoing sentence of imprisonment or a sentence of detention services in accordance with service rules of imprisonment and Detention be released temporarily on the ground courtesy, then, in calculating the period he may be punished by imprisonment or detained pursuant to the sentence, shall not be taken into account the time has expired during the period beginning on the day after day she released and ending on the day he/she is required to back into custody.
(5) any person released for such period as is referred to in subsection past the end or allowed in others, according to the rules of detention and Imprisonment, out of any berek prisoners or otherwise out of custody services for such period or subject to such conditions, shall if he is not back when the expiry of such period or do not comply with the conditions, be deemed to be for the purpose of subsection (2) as is the unlawful.
Law Malaysia126 Act 77 (6) a person who is undergoing a sentence of imprisonment or detention sentence in the custody of public services, having released temporarily under public law, are free at any time during the period he may be punished by imprisonment or detained in the custody of the public according to his sentence, shall be deemed to be in a situation with illegal if the period he released temporarily it has expired or, if an order called the made in accordance with public law.
(7) a reference in subsection final referred to previously of release or a new call under public law is a reference to the release or calling in accordance with the laws of the country in which he underwent his sentence.
Suspension of sentence of 135. (1) the following provisions of this section shall become effective with regard to the suspension of a sentence of imprisonment or detention passed by military courts over someone soldiers lasykar.
(2) Notwithstanding subsection 125 (5), while validating such sentence verifier may direct that the sentence is suspended.
(3) any punishment is not suspended at that time, when the sentence is reviewed or weighed again, can be hung with instructions to the relevant authorities review or reconsider the sentence.
(4) suspension of any penalty (notwithstanding the sentence suspended again) may be disconnected when the sentence reviewed or weighed again with instructions to the authorities who have mengkomitkan that person with a sentence of imprisonment or detention, as the case may be.
Armed forces 127 (5) where, during any of the sentence is suspended, the person is punished by imprisonment or detention by a military court for a new offence, then (unless the balance of the previous sentence is remitted by virtue of subsection 90 (9)) — (a) a military court may terminate the suspension of the sentence preceding it with an order that mengkomitkan persons punished by imprisonment or detention , as the case may be, and if so the Court shall direct that both the sentence run consecutive or simultaneous;
(b) if the Court does not carry out the powers conferred by paragraph referred to earlier, the verifier may exercise that power when the punishment then is confirmed;
(c) if the Court or the verifier does not exercise that power, the authorities can review the exercise of the sentence then reviewed;
(d) if the authority is carried out (either by a military court, Verifier or authority review), any power suspension or remission that can be carried out in relation to the punishment then it can be carried out also in connection with the previous sentence: provided that this subsection takes effect subject to subsection 90 (9).
(6) Notwithstanding the suspension of further penalty before that, an order under subsection previously end referred to directing that the suspension of the sentence is terminated will not be affected by reason of the punishment then that's not confirmed or because it was cancelled.
(7) if the sentence against a person who is in the custody of the suspended, he shall thereby released.

(8) the maximum intervals for consider again, under subsection 129 (2), a sentence of imprisonment or detention suspended, is three months, and not stated under the subsection.
Law Malaysia128 Act 77 Execution, Imprisonment and execution Detention 136. (1) the Minister may make regulations in respect of the implementation of the death penalty under this act either passed in Malaysia or elsewhere.
(2) without prejudice to the generality of the preceding subsection referred to, regulations under this section may provide for all or any of the following matters, namely: (a) the manner and place for the execution of the sentence; and (b) keep, treat and transferring those who are convicted to death, or may authorize any person specified in or determined by or under the regulations to give instructions in respect of all or any of the matter.
(3) the Provos Marshal or other officers of the provos not below the rank of major or equivalent as specified in or determined under the regulations under this section shall be responsible for properly implemented any death sentence passed under this Act.
Methods of imprisonment and Detention 137. (1) subject to the provisions of this Act, the Minister may make rules (hereinafter referred to as "the rules of imprisonment and Detention") in respect of all or any of the following matters, namely: (a) place in which and institutions or forms of custody (whether or not) in which the person may be required to undergo the whole or any part of the sentence of imprisonment and detention services service sentence passed on them;
Armed forces pengkomitan 129 (b) the person under sentence of imprisonment or detention sentence into service or care institution concerned, transfer them from one country or place to a country or place to another and from one institution or form of custody to one institution or other forms of custody and release them when such period of imprisonment or detention expires;
(c) procurement, classification, regulation and institutional management services;
(d) the classification, treatment, employment, discipline and control over the person undergoing sentence of imprisonment or detention sentence in service service institutions or otherwise in the care services;
(e) temporary relief on the ground courtesy of those who undergo the sentence in an institution or care referred to earlier, that the case of it, the period for which and the conditions subject to it they can be discharged from any institution or care and remit part of any sentence is because of good behavior and craft;
(f) the appointment, powers and duties of inspectors, visitors and officer in charge of the person undergoing sentence of imprisonment or detention: provided that such rules may not allow the body of the sentence imposed.
(2) the Minister may, in respect of any area where the person subject to service law under this Act is in its power to delegate active service make rules of imprisonment and Detention to the officer commanding reign in which the person served, subject to restrictions, limitations, exclusions and conditions as the Minister thinks fit.
Law Malaysia130 Act 77 special provisions regarding the public prison in Malaysia 138. (1) a person who is sentenced to death or imprisonment and dikomitkan or moved to the public prison in accordance with regulations made under section 136 or in accordance with the rules of imprisonment and Detention, while in the prison, shall be confined or otherwise dealt with in other similar to that of a person confined in it for a similar sentence passed by the Court to the public.
(2) the provisions of the criminal procedure code [Act 593] and Prison Act 1995 [Act 537], and any rules made thereunder shall apply in the public jail in connection with the implementation of death sentences passed by military courts for any offence, but by substituting a reference to the prison Superintendent or Officer, as the case may be, in the written law with reference to provos Marshal or other responsible officer provos for executing the sentence properly.
Special provisions to implement or carry out punishments outside Malaysia apart from the prison service or berek 139 prisoners. (1) the Minister may from time to time to enter into arrangements with the authorities of any country outside Malaysia, so that death sentences passed by military courts can be implemented in accordance with regulations made under section 136, in institutions under the control of the authority and the sentence of imprisonment or detention sentence Service conducted wholly or partly in the institution according to the rules of detention and Imprisonment.
(2) the power conferred upon the Minister by section 136 and 137 shall include the making of provisions which, in the opinion of the Minister is necessary or expedient for the performance of any arrangements made under section referred to earlier.
Armed forces 131 (3) the Authority shall be carried out in such a way as to ensure that no death sentence passed by a military court can be implemented, and no sentence of imprisonment or detention sentence can be carried out, in the service of an institution in any country outside Malaysia, the non-institutional services, except in accordance with the arrangements that have been made in respect of that country.
Country in which the sentence of imprisonment or detention to be carried out 140. (1) a person who is undergoing a sentence of imprisonment or a sentence of detention services in Malaysia (as specified by or under rules of imprisonment and Detention) can be transferred out from Malaysia to any place where the unit or any part thereof or ship where he worked serving or ordered to serve, but not to any other place.
(2) subject to the following provisions of this section, a person who passed a sentence of imprisonment under this Act, by the military court held outside Malaysia for more than twelve months shall, as soon as practicable after completion of the sentence is confirmed, moved to Malaysia.
(3) If a person has passed a sentence of imprisonment under this Act, by a military court held outside Malaysia, for a period of more than twelve months, Verifier or review authority may, notwithstanding anything contained in subsection final referred to previously, directing that he or she is not required to be transferred to Malaysia until he underwent part of his sentence , that is, not exceeding two years (for a sentence of imprisonment exceeding two years), as specified in the instruction; and in determining whether to exercise the powers conferred by this subsection or not, a verifier or an authority review shall pay attention to any recommendations in that behalf made by the military courts.
Law Malaysia132 Act 77 (4) any direction Verifier under this section may at any time be revoked by the Verifier or review authorities or replaced by any direction of the Verifier or authority can review given by the Verifier or the review authority under subsection final mentioned previously; and any direction the authorities review under this section may at any time be revoked by the review authority or replaced as mentioned earlier.
(5) any direction given under this section, and the cancellation of any such directions, shall be declared.
(6) in determining, at any time for the purposes of this section, the type or duration of a sentence, there shall be disregarded any alleviation or remission of sentence ordered earlier.
Receive a temporary person arrested in public care 141. If when charged with or with a view to be charged with an offence against part V, one is in custody services in Malaysia, upon delivery of an order in writing purporting to be signed by the commanding officer of the person in custody that, the duty Superintendent or other person in charge of a jail (i.e. not a prison service) or the person in charge of any police station or other place where the prisoners can be detained lawfully to receive that person into custody for a term not exceeding seven days.
Duties of Superintendent of prisons and other officers to receive prisoner 142. (1) in so far as such provided by regulations made under section 136 or rules of imprisonment and Detention, shall be the duties of the Superintendent or other person in charge of a prison (which is not the prison service) to receive any person sent armed forces 133

accordingly to imprisonment in accordance with the regulations or the rules and mengurungnya until the sentence is completed or the prisoner is released or sent back in accordance with the travel law that should have been.
(2) If a person who is in the custody of the service pursuant to a sentence of imprisonment or a sentence of detention services, then upon the receipt of a written order for that purpose purporting to be signed by the commanding officer of that person, shall be the task any Superintendent or other person as aforesaid, or police officer in charge of a police station or any person in charge of any other place where prisoners can be lawfully confined to keep that person in custody for a period not For more than seven days unless the person has been released in advance or sent back in accordance with the travel law that should have been.
The trial of those who are no longer subject to service law and the time limit for the trial of trial and sentence for an offence under the law of service even if the offender is no longer subject to service law 143. (1) subject to section 144, if an offence under this Act that may be tried by the military courts have been committed, or suspected with reasonable as was done, by any person subject to service law under this Act, then in relation to the offence he is deemed, for the purposes of this Act relating to the arrest, custody, in charge of investigation, trial and punishment by military courts (including verification , review, consideration and suspension) and their execution, as directly subject to service law though he no longer at any time subject to it.
(2) If, when a person is in the custody of the service pursuant to this section (whether before, during or after the trial) she did, or reasonably suspected to have committed, an offence that, if he is subject to the law Malaysia134 Act 77 of law of services under this Act, be an offence under this Act that may be tried by military courts, then in relation to the offence or suspected offence that he deemed , for the purposes of this Act referred to in the preceding subsection referred to and its provisions regarding the trial of the charge directly, as has ever been subject to service law under this Act when the offence committed or suspected to have been committed and continue to be subject to service law after that.
(3) If, by virtue of any one of the two preceding subsection referred to, a person is deemed at any time subject to service law under this Act for the purposes of any provision of this Act, the provisions thereof shall apply — (a) if he holds the rank of any service, as someone who held that rank; or (b) in other as someone who holds a rank he held at the time he finally actually subject to legal services under this Act or any written law repealed by this Act: provided that any time after he was sentenced for the offence and the sentence is confirmed, then those provisions shall apply to him (in any case) as the provisions that apply to someone soldiers lasykar.
(4) where, apart from this subsection, any provisions of this Act apply to a person under subsection final mentioned previously in relation to the different rank, such provisions shall apply to him as they apply to a person who holds the rank of lower or lowest of rank-promoted it.
The time limit for the trial of the offence under service law 144. (1) No person shall be tried by a military court for any offence, other than an offence against section 47, 48, 61, 77, 88 or error live duties unless the armed forces 135 if an order calling for the proceedings to be issued and served upon him within three years after the offence committed, by not taking into account any period when he became a prisoner of war, any period he has does not present with illegal , or any period starting from the date of filing of proceedings for judicial review in the High Court until the date of final disposal of the proceedings: provided that — (a) in the case of an offence against section 88 which proceedings for the offence of public equivalent, under any written law, must be brought within a limited period, then the time limit shall apply to proceed to trial on the offence under that section in lieu of the provisions of this subsection mentioned earlier;
(b) subject to such limitation of time as may be referred to in the previous paragraph, a person may be tried by a military court on a public offence committed outside Malaysia even though it was committed more than three years before the trial started, if the Prosecutor allow the trial.
(2) If a person who has committed an offence remaining tasks, in addition to offences remaining task while in the active service since the offence, has served continuously as a member of regular forces for a period of not less than three years with noble conduct, he shall not be tried on the offence.
(3) a person shall not be tried pursuant to subsection 143 (1) unless his trial commenced within three months after he was no longer subject to service law, or the trial was on a public offence committed outside Malaysia and Prosecutor lets the trial: provided that this subsection shall not be applicable to an offence against section 47 or 48 or error living tasks.
Law Malaysia136 Act 77 (4) a person cannot be arrested or kept in custody by virtue of subsection 143 (1) for an offence at any time after he can no longer be tried of them.
(5) in this section, "judicial review" includes proceedings initiated in — (a) an application for any of the prerogative orders of mandamus, prohibition or certiorari;
(b) an application for a declaration or an injunction;
(c) a writ of habeas corpus; or (d) any other legal action or other legal proceeding relating to or arising from any act done or decisions made by a military court or authority call a hearing in accordance with this Act.
Relationship between legal service with the public and Ultimately the trial Court's jurisdiction public 145. If a person tried by a civil court for any offence and prior to that he had been sentenced by a military court for any act or omission to be (whether in whole or in part) the offence, or in accordance with this act he has been punished for any act or omission by the ad or something superior authority concerned, public court imposes a sentence shall take into account the punishment in accordance with this Act.
No one may be tried under this Act offence already completed 146. (1) If a person subject to service law under this Act — (a) has been tried on an offence by a court or public authority or military court has secured an offence committed by him entertained by any court that the sentence him;
The armed forces has 137 (b) an offence under this Act and the charge is rejected, or has been found guilty of the charge by the ad or something superior authority concerned; or (c) has obtained an expression against an offence of ad, then with respect to the offence he shall not be tried by a military court or be tried directly by ad officials or top authorities concerned.
(2) for the purposes of this section — (a) a person shall not be deemed to have been tried by a military court if confirmation of the decision of the military court that he was guilty of that offence, or confirmation of the findings of a military court that he was not guilty of the offence caused crazy detained;
(b) a person shall not be deemed to have been getting an offence that deliberated by the military court sentence against him if the confirmation of the sentence by the Court to be detained or the sentence is revoked;
(c) a case shall be deemed to have been be tried directly by a commanding officer or a superior authority concerned despite the findings of the officer or authority is revoked or varied, when the decision was reviewed;

(d) an offence shall be deemed to have been forgiven by the commanding officer of a person who is said to have committed such offence if, and only if, the officer or any officer authorized by him to act in respect of the offence alleged is by knowing all the circumstances regarding has told him that he would not be charged with the offence;
(e) any person ordered under subsection 75 (2) so imprisoned or detained on an offence against section is deemed to have been tried by a military court on the offence.
Law Malaysia138 Act 77 (3) in case of confirmation of a finding is guilty of an offence or a finding is not guilty of an offence because of the crazy detained, the accused cannot be tried again by the military court on the offence unless the command for calling the military court then the presiding issued not later than seventy-two days after the decision to hold the confirmation of declared.
(4) except as provided in the preceding provisions of this section, proceedings for an offence against this Act (either in front of a person's commanding officer or the superior authorities or in front of a military court) is not blocked on the ground that an expression has been given.
The Board of inquiry investigation 147. (1) the Minister may make rules with respect to any Board of inquiry (hereinafter referred to as "the rules of the Board of Inquiry") and subject to and in accordance with the rules of the Board of inquiry, armed forces Council or any officer of the permanent forces authorized by or under the rules to do so, may call for a Board of inquiry convened to investigate and give a report on the facts relating to any matter which may be referred to the Board by the armed forces Council or any officer referred to earlier; and a Board of inquiry shall, if directed to do so, stating his opinion on any question arising out of any matter referred to it.
(2) a Board of inquiry shall consist of such number of persons as provided by rules of the Board of Inquiry, which is the person subject to service law under this Act and President of the Board of inquiry shall be an officer not below the rank of Lieutenant, military or equivalent.
Armed forces 139 (3) subject to the provisions of this section, the rules of the Board of Inquiry may make provisions with respect to conferences, membership and procedures for the Board of inquiry and, without prejudice to the generality of subsection referred to earlier, may make provision for all or any of the following matters, namely: (a) the rules of evidence to be observed by the Board of investigation and taking evidence before the Board , including administering oaths and affirmations to witnesses;
(b) without prejudice to the provisions of the following section, record the results of this service by the Board of inquiry in the case as provided by the rules;
(c) any matter incidental and additional things necessary for the purposes of the rules.
(4) the rules of the Board of Inquiry shall contain provisions to ensure that any witness or other person who may be affected by the finding of a Board of investigation have the opportunity to attend, and are represented in the Conference Board or a part thereof as may be specified by or under the rules of the Board of Inquiry.
(5) evidence given before a Board of inquiry shall not be admissible against any person in proceedings before a military court, the commanding officer or the superior authority may be, other than for an offence against section 77, or for an offence against section 88 if public offence was the offence of giving equal or they are false.
Investigation because the absence of 148. (1) where a Board of inquiry investigating the absences of an officer or soldier-lasykar reported that he has been absent without leave or for any other reason enough for a period specified in the report, that is, not less than twenty-one clear days, a record of the report shall be entered in the service books in accordance with the rules of the Board of Inquiry.
Law Malaysia140 Act 77 (2) a record recorded in accordance with subsection (1) shall, unless the person is not present it later surrendered or captured, or report of the Board of inquiry is cancelled by armed forces Council or a Board of inquiry has concluded that just as a result of both convictions living tasks by the military courts.
Provision of Various Rehabilitation or compensation for stealing, etc.
149. (1) the following provisions shall become effective if a person has been convicted by a military court because getting any property with the illegal, either by mencurinya, accept it or save by knowing or having reason to believe him as having been stolen, fraudulent or otherwise abuse it.
(2) where any property acquired with illegal found in the possession of the offender, the property can be commanded to surrender or paid to the person who is the owner of the property.
(3) if found in the possession of the offender of any property (other than money) who is found to have been obtained by him with converting or replacing any property acquired with illegal that, then the property can be commanded to be handed over to the person who is the owner of the property has been acquired with illegal then.
(4) where the money was found in the possession of the offender, then whether or not the money is found to have been obtained as mentioned earlier, an order may be made so that the money paid out to the person who is the owner of the property has been acquired with illegal the any sums of money as may be specified in such order as or against compensation due to the losses caused to the person by reason of the offence , as far as not replaceable in under this Act or by obtaining property has been acquired with illegal then.
Military forces 141 (5) where any property acquired with illegal has been sold or digadaikan to other people for the time being do not know as having been acquired with illegal, subject to recovery of assets sold or digadaikan as mentioned earlier that the owner, an order can be made in order to be paid to that other person that, out of any money found in the possession of the offender (whether or not the money was the proceeds of sale or the charge) a total of money as may be specified in such order as or against compensation for loss caused to him arising from sale or mortgage it.
(6) where any property acquired with illegal that was given in Exchange to someone else for the time being do not know as having been acquired with illegal, subject to the recovery of the property given as aforesaid to the owner, an order may be made so that the property acquired in Exchange for assets acquired by unlawful is returned to the others that.
(7) an order under this section may be made by a military court which submit the offender, by the Verifier or by any authority for the review; and in this section the expression "is" means is to the Court, officer or authority making the order.
(8) an order made under this section by a military court cannot take effect until confirmed by the Verifier; and the provisions of this section regarding verification and review proceedings in military courts shall apply for an order under this section as the provisions applicable to a sentence.
(9) an order under this section cannot prevent the right of any person, other than the offender or a person claiming through it, to get any property that has been submitted or paid in accordance with an order from the people who have submitted or paid the property.
Law Malaysia142 Act 77 appointment of chief judge advocate 150. (1) the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may appoint a person who is fit to exercise with respect to the armed forces function which can be performed by the chief judge advocate with the valid under this Act or any other written law.
(2) a reference in this Act or any other written law of chief judge advocate shall be deemed a reference to the person for the time being appointed under subsection earlier.

(3) the person appointed under subsection (1) must either be a member of the judicial and legal service who has served not less than five years, or a barrister and solicitor who has practice for not less than five years, or a person qualified within the meaning of the legal profession Act 1976 [Act 166], which has been qualified as such for a period of not less than five years.
(4) without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1), the person appointed under that subsection shall include — (a) advise the armed forces Council, Verifier and the authority of the review of the validity of the findings and sentence a military court;
(b) advise the armed forces Council and officers of the armed forces of any other matters referred to it from time to time; and (c) appoint persons having legal experience to act as judge advocate in the military courts.
The appointment of the judge advocate 151. Notwithstanding the powers conferred to the chief judge advocate under section 150, appointing a judge advocate to act in any military courts may, if not performed by or on behalf of Chief Judge Advocate, done by officers of the session.
Armed forces 143 Declaration of 152. Any finding, sentence, determination or other matters required by this Act that declared shall be declared either notified to the accused or by any other means directed by the Verifier or authority of the review, as the case may be.
Custody of the record of the proceedings of the military courts and the right of the accused to obtain a copy of 153. (1) a record of the proceedings of the military courts shall be kept in the custody of an officer of the Malaysian armed forces Records Custodian or the officer or other officers appointed from time to time by the armed forces Council for that purpose (hereinafter in this section referred to as "officer") for a period of not less than the prescribed period, i.e. a period sufficient to ensure that the rights conferred by both subsection the following can be carried out.
(2) subject to the provisions of this section, any person being tried by a military court of guardians are entitled to a copy of the record of the proceedings of the military court when requested at any time during the relevant period, and upon payment thereof in accordance with the rates fixed.
(3) If a person is tried by a military court to death within the personal representative or any person who in the opinion of the officer should be deemed for the purposes of this subsection as personal representative, subject to the provisions of this section, shall be entitled to obtain from the guardian officer a copy of the record of the proceedings a military court when requested at any time during the period of twelve months from the date of such death and upon payment thereof in accordance with the rates fixed.
(4) If, upon application to obtain a copy of any record of the proceedings in accordance with any one of the two previous final referred to subsection, the Minister is required to certify that security reasons that the record of the proceedings or any part thereof should not be disclosed, the law Malaysia144 Act 77 the applicant shall not be entitled to obtain a copy of the record of the proceedings or any part thereof intended by such certificate.
(5) in this section "relevant period", in respect of any person being tried by a military court, means the period of five years commencing from the date of acquittal or, if he is convicted, the date of the finding of guilty and the sentence is declared or, if a finding of guilty is not confirmed, the date of the confirmation of detention declared: provided that if the proceedings relating to the two charges or more and those who tried it were released on one or more charges and convicted of another or others that , the relevant period was a period of five years commencing from the date of the finding of guilty and the sentence to the declared or the date of confirmation of the findings or findings of the detained.
(6) any reference in this section about the record of the proceedings of a military court include a reference to the record of proceedings with respect to the confirmation or revision of the finding and sentence a military court.
Indemnity for prison officers, etc.
154. No action may be taken against anything done by any person pursuant to a sentence of imprisonment or detention sentence if service performed acts that are valid if no defects in any warrants or other instruments for the purpose of the sentence.
Armed forces Council power to make regulations under this section 155. Subject to the provisions of section 136 armed forces Council with the approval of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may make regulations in respect of matters for which regulations and order of the armed forces Council can be made under the provisions mentioned earlier in this section.
Armed forces 145 Interpretation interpretation of 156. (1) in this section — "soldier-lasykar" shall have the meaning assigned to it in section 2 and shall also include a soldier-lasykar of the Regular Forces and a member of volunteering;
"prescribed" means prescribed by rules of Procedure or any regulations made under section 155;
"the trial of officer", in relation to a military court, means the officer calling the military court to presiding, and includes his successors or any person for the time to discharge its function or function of his successor;
"prison" er t inya a jail or prison service;
"public jails" means a jail in Malaysia where a person was sentenced to imprisonment by the Court is confined at that time;
"prison service" means separate premises designated by the Minister for the person undergoing sentence of imprisonment service.
(2) References in this part of a sentence of imprisonment service is a reference to a sentence of imprisonment passed by military courts.
(3) References in this part of warrant officer does not include a reference to acting warrant officer.
(4) References in this section about voids officer includes a reference to acting voids officer and acting warrant officer.
Law Malaysia146 Act 77 Section VI salaries, Forfeiture and DEDUCTION of armed forces Council Power to make regulations 157 salaries and allowances. (1) the Council of the armed forces can with the approval of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong make regulations including regulations which provide for things that can be removed by order in Council of the armed forces (hereinafter referred to as "the rules of salaries and allowances") in respect of salaries, allowances and other emoluments of officers and soldiers-lasykar regular forces and other matters related thereto and in particular in respect of the following provisions in this section.
(2) Notwithstanding the date fixed for the commencement of this Act pursuant to section 1 or the provisions of any written law to the contrary, any regulations made under subsection (1) may be given effect to the back to any date, either before or after the commencement of this Act into effect.
(3) Notwithstanding the date fixed for the commencement of this Act pursuant to section 1 or the provisions of any written law to the contrary, armed forces Council with the approval of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may amend any rules, regulations, orders and other instruments made under the repealed Ordinance and enactment by subsection 217 (1) the subsidiary legislation was still in force by virtue of subsection (2) of that section and any amendment made under this subsidiary legislation still the force may be given effect to the back to any date, either before or after the commencement of this Act.
Forfeiture and deduction: General provisions 158. (1) no forfeiture of salary of an officer or soldier-lasykar may be imposed unless authorised by this Act or any other Act and no deductions from wages may be made unless authorised or permitted by the rules of salaries and allowances.
Armed forces 147 (2) of the rules of salary and allowances may not allow any deduction made as a punishment, that is, a deduction made for any offence or act wrong others incurred or arising out of any negligence.

(3) the provisions of this section mentioned earlier cannot prevent regulations salaries and allowances made that provide for impose such forfeiture authorized by this Act or make any allowable deductions such or about the time when and the manner in which the money will be deducted from the salary to perform the allowable deduction or the manner in which the money can be cut so to get any fine imposed pursuant to this Act , or on the use of any money or the amount of the cut, or provide for decision-making on the question relating to the forfeiture or deduction.
(4) Notwithstanding anything deduction from the salary of an officer or soldier-lasykar (subject to any forfeiture) he shall continue to receive salary at the rate of not less than the minimum prescribed by or under the regulations for salaries and allowances.
(5) Notwithstanding the forfeiture of salary of an officer or soldier-lasykar for such period has been ordered in accordance with this Act, he shall continue to receive salaries according to a minimum rate mentioned earlier, but the amount received for the period it can be obtained from it by making deductions from his salary.
(6) any amount allowed to be deducted from the salary of an officer or soldier-lasykar can be cut from any balance (either a salary or not) due to him as an officer or soldier-lasykar, and references in this Act regarding deductions made from wages shall be construed accordingly, and the whole or any part of the money from the salary of someone dilucuthakkan the offender can be obtained by deleting from any such balance.
Law Malaysia148 Act 77 Forfeiture due to absence stationed 159. (1) the salary of an officer or soldier-lasykar can dilucuthakkan — (a) for any day he did not present according to the circumstances to be an offence under section 54 or 55 or, if instructed so by qualified authorities, absence without leave and others;
(b) for any day he imprisoned, detained or sentenced fields under this Act by the military courts or the commanding officer, or for any day he imposed any sentence of imprisonment or detention that may be imposed on it as a result of an order or sentence by a court public;
(c) if he is found guilty (whether by a military court, a superior authority or officer ad) for an offence under this Act, for any day (either before or after he was found guilty) that he is in the hospital due to illness or injury certified by a medical officer concerned as having been caused by the offence.
(2) the salary of an officer or soldier-lasykar can be dilucuthakkan for any day that he did not attend because he made people prisoners if qualified authority is satisfied that — (a) he has made those prisoners for not complying with the order or willfully ignore its work;
(b) having made those prisoners he did not take any reasonable steps that can be taken by him to serve again in the service of his Majesty; or (c) after they are made prisoners, he was with or assist the enemy in operation during bermusuh-musuhan or step calculated 149 armed forces will affect the spirit or by any other means whatsoever that is not allowed pursuant to international conventions, but, except as aforesaid, no nothing in paragraph (1) (a) may apply to absences because he has been made a prisoner of war.
(3) rules on salaries and allowances may make provision as to recount the time for the purposes of this section and in particular about the calculation or not taking into account the part of the day.
Deduction for paying public 160 penalty. If a person who is sentenced or ordered by the Court of the public (whether in or outside Malaysia) to pay a sum of money by way of fines, penalties, damages, compensation or costs due to charged in public before a court upon an offence is a member of the regular forces at the time of the sentence or order is made, or later became a member of the regular forces, if the whole or any part of the money paid in a payment made by or on behalf of any authority service, then the amount of the payment that can be deducted from his salary.
Compensation for loss caused by the Act or the negligence of 161. (1) without prejudice to the provisions of this Act concerning the imposition of detention salary as punishment, the following provisions shall have effect if after an inquiry by a Board of inquiry in accordance with the rules of the Board of Investigation authorities eligible opinion that any officer or soldier-lasykar — (a) has caused any loss of, or damage to, property services or public property;
(b) has failed to collect any money owed to the Federal Government for which he is or has been responsible;
Law Malaysia150 Act 77 (c) is or has been responsible for any payment that is not supposed to be public funds the Federal Government or for any payment of public funds and certified accordingly;
(d) is or has been responsible for any deficiency in, or for destruction of, any public moneys, stamps, securities, goods storage or other property of the Federal Government;
(e) the accounting officer or as a person who formerly served as accounting officers, fail or has failed to keep proper records or account;
(f) has failed to make any payment, or is or has been responsible for any delay in payment, public funds the Federal Government to any person to whom payment is due under any law or under any contract, agreement or legal arrangements made with that person, and referred to earlier was due to any act or negligence of an officer or soldier-lasykar regular forces (hereinafter referred to as "person responsible").
(2) the authority shall require that eligible person responsible gives explanation of the acts of wrong or gross negligence has occurred and if satisfactory explanation is not provided within the period specified by the appropriate authority well worth it, the authority may order the qualified person who is responsible for it (whether or not he is a member of the regular forces at the time the order is made) to pay , for or against compensation, a sum of money not exceeding the amount of any loss of or damage to public property or service property, or any amount not collected, or any payment, lack or loss or the value of assets destroyed, as the case may be; and in relation to the failure to keep records or the armed forces proper 151, or failure to make a payment, or delay in making payment, eligible authorities may order the person who is responsible for the payment of any sums deemed fit by the authorities that worth it.
(3) the authority shall cause to be eligible to the commanding officer or head of Department person responsible is notified of any order or any decision made under subsection (2), and commanding officer or head of Department shall thereupon notify the person in charge of any order or decision.
(4) any amount that is commanded to be paid under this section shall be a debt due to the Government from the person responsible against whom the order is made and the amount that can be claimed and retrieved in any court on the legal Government and can also, if directed by the qualified authorities, being recovered through deductions — (a) from the salary of the person responsible; or (b) of the pension of the person responsible, with equal monthly instalments not exceeding one quarter of the total monthly salary or pension, as the case may be, the person who is responsible for that.
(5) no order may be made under the provisions of subsection (4) where, in proceedings under this Act before a military court, a top authority in question or a commanding officer, person in charge of that — (a) were released in circumstances involving the finding that he was not guilty of such negligence or wrongful act; or (b) the prisoner has been applied in respect of salary loss or damage the law Malaysia152 Act 77 but except as the first, the fact that any such proceedings have been brought in respect of acts of wrong or negligence is not preventing the manufacturing order or deduction under subsection (4).
(6) for the purposes of this section —

"accounting officers" includes every officer or soldier-lasykar charged with the duty to collect, receive, or mengakaunkan, or who actually collect, receive or mengakaunkan, any public funds, or charged with the obligation to make payment, or actually make a payment, any public money, and every officer or soldier-lasykar charged with receiving, care or disposal, or pengakaunan, the public savings or actually receive , holding or disposal of public storage of goods;
"public funds" means all revenues, loans, trust funds and other money and all bonds, debentures, and other security diperdapatkan or received by or for the account of the Federal Government.
Deduction for damage berek 162. (1) if there is a defect where one or more permanent forces unit or any part of the unit that made the House or place of rest, or any fixture, furniture or items in or belonging to the premises damaged or lost, then if found having investigated in accordance with the regulations of the salaries and allowances that the damage or loss was caused by an act or negligence of the people from any units or parts of units that occupied the premises and damage or loss that has occurred at time they occupied the premises, but the person cannot be identified, then any person from any units or parts of units that may be required to make a contribution towards compensation for the damage or loss of any sums of money as may be determined as the fair in accordance with the regulations referred to earlier, and the amount of money that can be deducted from his salary.

Armed forces 153 (2) past the end of the Subsection referred to shall include the ship, train and air transport units or parts of the permanent forces, and a reference to premises, provision of the House and the occupation shall be construed accordingly.
Remission for forfeiture and deduction of 163. Any forfeiture or deduction imposed under all four previous final section that mentioned or under regulations salaries and allowances may be remitted to the armed forces Council or in the manner and form provided by the regulations.
Enforcement of maintenance order and an order determining the father through salary deduction 164. (1) where any public court in Malaysia has made an order against any person (hereinafter referred to as "the defendant") for paying any money periodically or other specified in such order or in respect of — (a) a living wife or his son;
(b) any costs incurred to get the order; or (c) any costs incurred in the proceedings of appeal against, or for change, cancel or restart any such order, and the defendant is an officer or soldier-lasykar regular forces, then (whether or not he is a member of the armed forces at the time-the order is made) the qualified authorities may order the money will be deducted from the salary of the defendant and used for or against pay payable under a court order the public as it deems should the authorities that worth it.
(2) if the Court makes an order public as mentioned earlier, or an order to cancel or restart any such order know that the defendant is an officer or soldier-law Malaysia154 Act 77 lasykar regular forces, then public court shall send a copy of the order to the authorities who are worth it.
(3) the authorities of the eligible person may vary or revoke any previous orders made under this section, and may assume any order made under this section as is suspended at any time the person against whom the order is made are not present as is mentioned in paragraph 159 (1) (a).
(4) in this section — a reference to an order made by the Court in the Malaysian public includes a reference to an order registered in or endorsed by public courts under the provisions of the Act of Maintenance Orders (Facilities for enforcement) 1949 [Act 34];
a reference to a person's wife or child, in respect of an order made in the proceedings in connection with the dissolution or annulment of marriage, includes a reference to a person who will continue to be the wife or child of the defendant that if the marriage still exist;
a reference to the child of a person includes a reference to the son of his wife, and about children born out of wedlock or adopted children of such person or his wife, and in this paragraph "adopted child" means a child who is taken as adopted children (either singly or in association) in accordance with the provisions of any written law relating to adoption in force at present in Malaysia or any part thereof and includes a person son the medicines as the adoption was registered in accordance with the provisions of any law writing in relation to the registration of adoption in force at present in Malaysia.
Salary maintenance wife or child 165. (1) where the authority is satisfied that a person is eligible to be an officer or soldier-the abai lasykar, without reasonable cause, to give maintenance to the wife or any of his children aged less than seventeen years, armed forces 155 eligible authorities may order a sum of money is deducted from his salary and used against a living wife or his child as it thinks fit by the authorities that worth it.
(2) when an application is made to the authorities entitled to obtain an order under subsection previously referred to, the relevant authorities well worth it, if satisfied that a prima facie case has been established for making something of the order, may make an order for the temporary use of deductions referred to in subsection final mentioned previously to force while waiting for the case to be examined further.
(3) where an order under subsection 164 (1) effect for making deductible in respect of any person from the salary of an officer or soldier-lasykar regular forces, there is no deduction from his salary for the same person may be ordered under the provisions of the previous in this section unless the officer or soldier-lasykar it is in a place where the process may be served upon him in respect of proceedings for changing public court orders arising thereof order under subsection 164 (1) is made.
(4) the authority who are eligible can vary or revoke any order made earlier under this section, and may assume any order made under this section as is suspended at any time while the person against whom the order is made are not present as is mentioned in paragraph 159 (1) (a).
(5) the power to make an order under this section for cutting any amount of money and use it to grant maintenance to a child including power — (a) subject to subsection (3), to make an order once the child reached the age of seventeen years, if an order for the child under subsection 164 (1) is in force;
(b) to make an order once the child reached the age of seventeen years if — (i) an order referred to in subsection 164 (1) effect for the child at the time the child reaches the age of it;
Law Malaysia156 Act 77 (ii) the person from his salary deduction is ordered to be somewhere as is mentioned in subsection (3); and (iii) the boy at that time participating in a course of education or training; or (c) to make an order that from time to time after the child reached the age of seventeen years, if the boy at that time participating in a course of education or training, but no order made or continue such can remain in force after the child reaches the age of twenty-one years or, unless continued under paragraph (c) , may remain in force for more than two years.
The limit of deduction under section 164 and 165 and 166 forfeiture. (1) Money cut under both section past the end of the mentioned cannot be more than — (a) in the case of an officer, three pertujuh of his salary;
(b) in the case of a person lasykar soldiers not below the rank of sergeant or equivalent, two-thirds of his salary;
(c) in the case of any other soldier-lasykar, three-quarters of his salary.
(2) if any deduction has been ordered in any one of the two previous final section called from the salary of a person (whether before or after the deduction ordered) and he's liable to forfeiture of salary by reason or as a result of the finding or sentence a military court or finding or award of the superior authorities or officials that only ad, forfeiture may be imposed on the balance of his salary after the deduction is made.

(3) for the purposes of paragraph (1) (b) and (c) any person who holds the rank of Act shall be deemed to hold the rank.
Armed forces Delivery process in the proceedings 157 maintenance 167. (1) any process to be presented to an officer or soldier-lasykar regular forces (hereinafter referred to as "the defendant") in connection with proceedings for any order of the Court in the Malaysian public as is mentioned in subsection 164 (1), or to amend, cancel or restart a of the order, shall be deemed to have been duly served on him if was presented to him or ad and, notwithstanding any other delivery method , may be served by registered post such.
(2) if any such process as is mentioned in subsection (1) served in Malaysia and the defendant is required to appear personally at the hearing that, then if he certifies to the court ad public issuing the process is that the defendant is ordered to serve in active service or (if the defendant is an officer or lasykar in the Navy) was ordered to serve in overseas station (i.e. services provided at a port outside Malaysia) and that the commanding officer opined the defendant cannot attend the hearing and returned in time to start the service, then the service of process shall be deemed to have not performed.
Part Vii GENERAL PROVISIONS Executive authority the power to Rule 168. (1) for the avoidance of doubt, it is hereby declared that the armed forces Council may, with the approval of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, make regulations which provide for people, which became a member of the armed forces, which the vest rule over the armed forces or any part thereof or its members and in respect of the circumstances in which the reign as mentioned earlier be carried out.
Law Malaysia158 Act 77 (2) in relation to members of the armed forces when the ship is in the air, previous subsection shall have effect as if the reference to members of the armed forces includes a reference to any person who ruled an air ship.
(3) no nothing in this section shall affect any powers vested in the Yang di-Pertuan Agong by any other written law.
Executive authority when different services Division served with 169. (1) when the part of two or more armed forces Service served together, the reign of the parts may be carried out by an officer of any of the services of the armed forces as may be appointed by the authority who qualify.
(2) an officer who is appointed as aforesaid shall have executive authority over all the officers and soldiers who served in the lasykar parts of it.
(3) on the part of two or more armed forces Service serving together in a composite formation, unit, station or team, officers and soldiers who served in it lasykar shall, unless the authority otherwise directs, comply with the eligible order everyone more meteoric than they are in the senior group team, unit, station or the team, no matter the type of Office.
Recovery of complaints Complaint by 170. (1) where an officer is of the opinion that he has blamed on any matter by a senior officer or an authority and when he made an application to the officer she did not acquire ad recovery as he considers he is entitled, he may make a complaint in respect of the matter to the Council of the armed forces.
Armed forces 159 (2) where any complaint is received, it shall be the duty of the armed forces Council to investigate the complaint and provide any rehabilitation as may in its opinion be necessary, or if the complaint require, armed forces Council shall, through the Minister, to report about the complaint to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to get directions the Yang di-Pertuan Agong thereon.
Complaints by soldiers-lasykar 171. (1) where a soldier-lasykar is of the opinion that he has blamed on any matter by any officer other than the officer ad or by any soldier-lasykar, he may make a complaint in respect of the matter to the ad.
(2) where a soldier-lasykar is of the opinion that he has blamed on any matter by the ad, whether due to a recovery on a complaint under subsection before not to his satisfaction or for any other reason, he may make a complaint in respect to any senior officer under which the complainant serving at the time.
(3) it shall be the duty of an officer commanding or other officers to investigate any complaints received by it under this section as soon as practicable and to take such steps as may in its opinion it is necessary to remedy the matter complained of.
The provisions regarding Ships under Convoy Vessels under convoy 172. (1) be the duty of any master or other person who ruled any ship contained in a convoy under the command of an officer of the Navy or the Royal Malaysian Navy Volunteer or under any person appointed for that purpose by law 77 Act Malaysia160, to comply with the authorization of the Minister, in all matters relating to navigation or the convoy security , any direction can be given — (a) if the convoy accompanied by any naval vessels, by the commanding officer of any ship it;
(b) in any other case, by the officer or other person who ruled the convoys, and to taking the necessary surveillance to avoid an enemy as may be required by any such directions.
(2) where any direction is not complied with, any commanding officer, or the officer or other person who ruled the convoy, can force so that it complied with with force weapon, and he and any person acting under his orders shall not be liable for any disaster or loss of lives or damage to or loss of property as a result of that.
The provisions of Salvaj Salvaj by ship or ship air Seri Paduka Baginda 173. (1) if the salvaj service provided by or with the help of a ship or ships belonged to the air or in the service of Yang di-Pertuan Agong and used in the armed forces, the Federal Government can claim salvaj for the service, and shall have the same rights and remedies in respect of such services as owned by any other ship or pensalvaj if the air ship owned by him.
(2) no claim for the service salvaj by the sovereign or any officer or soldier-lasykar of a ship or ships belonged to the air or in the service of Yang di-Pertuan Agong and used in the armed forces punishable by final, unless the consent of the Minister against prosecution claim is proved; and the consent may be given at any time before the final judgment.
Armed forces 161 (3) any document purporting to give the consent of the Minister for the purposes of this section shall be evidence of the permission.
(4) If a claim for service salvaj prosecuted and the consent of the Minister is not proved, the claim should be dismissed with costs.
(5) the Minister may, on the recommendation of the Attorney General, received on behalf of Yang di-Pertuan Agong and the Commander, officers and soldiers of the lasykar or any of them, any offer of settlement in respect of claims for services salvaj assigned to any ship or ships belonged to the air or in the service of Yang di-Pertuan Agong and used in the armed forces.
(6) the proceeds of any settlement made under previous subsection shall be distributed among the last mentioned in such manner as may be prescribed by the armed forces Council with the approval of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
Provisions relating to People Living tasks and absent without Leave to arrest people live duties and who is absent without leave 174. (1) a police officer may arrest any person whom he has reasonable cause to suspect as an officer or soldier-lasykar of the permanent forces that left, or absent without leave.
(2) if there are no police officer is available, any officer or soldier-lasykar regular forces, or any other person, may arrest any person whom he has reasonable cause to suspect as mentioned earlier.
(3) a magistrate or other person who has the power to issue a warrant for the arrest of a person charged with an offence in criminal jurisdiction, if satisfied with the evidence of swear that the person reasonably suspected as an officer or law Malaysia162 Act 77

soldier-lasykar regular forces that left, or absent without leave, or reasonably suspected of being absent without leave, may issue a warrant empowering against arrest.
(4) any person in custody pursuant to this section shall, as soon as reasonably practicable and in any case within twenty-four hours (not including the time any trip necessary) brought before a magistrate.
Proceedings before a civil court if the person suspected is not present in a way that unlawful 175. (1) where a person who is brought before a magistrate was described as an officer or soldier-lasykar regular forces that left, or absent without leave, the following provisions shall be in effect.
(2) if he admits that he was not present in unlawful from the regular and the magistrate is satisfied that the truth of the confession, then — (a) unless he is in custody for other reasons, the magistrate shall; and (b) even if he is in custody for other reasons, the magistrate may, immediately either cause so he handed over to the custody of the armed forces in such manner as the magistrate may think fit, or mengkomitkannya into prison, police station or other place of confinement for persons in custody, to be kept there for a reasonable time as specified by the magistrate (not exceeding the time as in the opinion of the magistrate reasonably necessary for the purpose of enabling him to be handed over to the custody of the armed forces) or until he first handed over to the custody of it.
(3) any time specified by the magistrate in accordance with subsection final mentioned previously can be extended by the magistrate from time to time if in the opinion of the magistrate was reasonably necessary to do so for the purposes as mentioned earlier.
Armed forces 163 (4) if he does not admit that he was not present in that illegal as mentioned earlier, or if the magistrate is not satisfied with the truth of the confession, the magistrate shall consider the offence and any other statements of the accused, and if satisfied that he is subject to legal services under this Act and if he is of the opinion that there is sufficient evidence to warrant trial under this Act for live or cease to attend without leave Thus, unless he is in custody for other reasons, the magistrate shall cause to he handed over to the custody of the armed forces, or commit him to prison as aforesaid, or otherwise shall discharge him: provided that if he is in custody because of other reasons, the magistrate shall have power in its discretion to act in accordance with this subsection.
People live and which is absent without leave surrendered to police 176. (1) where in Malaysia a person surrendered to a police officer as a no-show in a unlawful from the permanent police officer shall (unless he surrendered at a police station) took him to a police station.
(2) the officer in charge of a police station a place one has surrendered as mentioned earlier, or to the person who has been surrendered brought, shall immediately investigate the case, and if it turns out at the officer that the person has been absent in a illegal as aforesaid he may cause to the person is handed over to the custody of the armed forces without taking them before a magistrate or that the person is brought before a magistrate.
Certificate of arrest or devotion people live duties and absence of 177 members. (1) where a magistrate pursuant to section 175 try someone who is not present in a unlawful, then when the person is handed over to the custody of the armed forces, shall be given a certificate in the prescribed form, signed by the magistrate, which contains the particulars prescribed in respect of the capture or surrender of the self and the proceedings before the magistrate.
Law Malaysia164 Act 77 (2) if in the past the end of the subsection referred to a person is handed over to the custody of the armed forces without being brought before a magistrate, then someone shall be given a certificate in the prescribed form, signed by a police officer that she handed over to the custody of the armed forces, containing the particulars prescribed in respect of the submission itself.
(3) in any proceedings for an offence under section 54 or 55 — (a) a document purporting to be a certificate under each of the two preceding subsection referred to and should be signed as required, shall be evidence of the matters stated in the document;
(b) if the proceedings against a person who, when arrested or surrendered, was put in the custody of the armed forces or into the custody of the Navy, army or air forces of any foreign forces, a certificate purporting to be signed by an officer of the provos, or any officer or equivalent for the foreign forces, or by any other officer in charge of the control room or other place where the person confined when brought into custody , stating the facts, the date, time and place of the arrest or surrender of self, shall be evidence of the matters stated in the certificate.
(4) in this section the expression "prescribed" means prescribed by regulations made by the armed forces Council with the approval of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
The duty of the prison superintendent and others to receive people live duties and absent without leave 178. (1) it shall be the duty of the Superintendent or other person in charge of a public prison in Malaysia to receive any person who has dikomitkan accordingly into the prison by a magistrate as a no-show in a unlawful from the fixed and to keep him until he is handed over to the custody of the armed forces in accordance with the directions of the magistrate.
Armed forces 165 (2) past the end of the Subsection referred to shall apply to the person in charge of any police station or elsewhere (which is not a prison) in Malaysia provided for the confinement of persons in custody as the provisions that apply to the Superintendent or other person in charge of a public prison.
Offences relating to the armed forces punishable by Public Court Sentence as pretend as a live task 179. Every person in the Malaysian false expressed himself to any authorities of the armed forces or public authority as a task of the permanent forces stay shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or to both.
The punishment due to prevent members of the regular forces in performing their duties 180. Every person who within Malaysia willfully obstruct or otherwise interfere with any officer or soldier-lasykar regular forces in performing its duties shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or to both.
Provisions in respect of evidence of the General provisions in respect of evidence of 181. (1) the following provisions shall have effect in respect of evidence in proceedings under this Act, whether in front of a military court, a court public or otherwise.
Law Malaysia166 Act 77 (2) a document purporting to be a copy of the paper pengakusaksian signed by any person and purporting to be certified as a true copy by a person specified in the certificate as in charge of the pengakusaksian paper shall be evidence for recruitment in the diakusaksikan people.
(3) Paper pengakusaksian purporting to be signed by a person at the time of his or her intake shall be evidence that he had given answers to questions recorded it.
(4) a letter, statement or other document stating that any person — (a) has or has not served at any specified time or during any specified period in any of the armed forces, or have been retrenched from any of the armed forces on or before any time;
(b) holds or does not hold at any given time of any rank or position within any of the forces, or have on or before any given time assigned, borrowed, assigned or transferred to any of the forces, or at any specified time or during any specified period has or does not serve or has or does not hold any rank or position in any particular country or place; or (c) was or was not at any time authorized to use or wear any badge or emblem, Star,

shall, if purporting to be issued by or on behalf of Officer Records the Malaysian armed forces, or by a person authorized by the armed forces Council, be evidence of the matters stated in the letter, statement or other document that.
Armed forces of 167 (5) a record made in any book or other document prescribed by regulations made under this Act for the purposes of this subsection, that is a record made pursuant to any law or otherwise in exercise of the duty, and purporting to be signed by the commanding officer or by any person who becomes the obligation to make the record , shall be evidence of the facts stated therein; and a copy of a record (including signature it) in any book or other document as aforesaid, purporting to be certified as a true copy by a person specified in the certificate as the person in charge of a book or other document shall be evidence of the record.
(6) a document purporting to have been issued by order of the armed forces Council and contains instructions, orders or regulations given or made by the armed forces Council shall be the evidence pertaining to the granting of the order or manufacturing order or regulations and shall be evidence of the content of the instruction, the order and the regulations.
(7) a certificate purporting to be issued by or on behalf of Officer Records the Malaysian armed forces, or by a person authorized by the armed forces Council — (a) that a star of a type specified in or attached to a certificate is a star service; or (b) that a badge or emblem of a type specified in or attached to a certificate is given or authorised by the armed forces Council, shall be evidence of the matters stated in the certificate.
(8) a certificate purporting to be signed by the commanding officer or by any officer authorized by him to deliver the certificate, and the law Malaysia168 Act 77 stating the content or any part of the regular order or order other than ordinary continuous type made to — (a) any formations or units or groups trup;
(b) any rule or any other area, station, or a place garrison;
(c) any ship or naval forces; or (d) any train or ship air, shall be in the proceedings against that person to be evidence of the matters stated in the certificate.
Evidence for public trial results 182. (1) If a person subject to service law under this Act was tried in front of a public court (either at the time of the trial he subject or not), a certificate signed by the Registrar of the civil courts and that all or any of the following: (a) that the person has been tried in front of the Court for an offence specified in the certificate;
(b) the results of the trial;
(c) any sentence or order has been given or made by the Court;
(d) that other offence specified in the certificate has been given consideration at the trial, shall be for the purposes of this Act to be evidence of the matters stated in the certificate.
(2) the Registrar of the Court shall be public if required by the commanding officer of the person concerned or any other officer gives a certificate under this section.
(3) a document purporting to be a certificate under this section and purporting to be signed by the Registrar of a court shall be public, unless the akasnya is proved, deemed to be such a certificate.
Armed forces military court proceedings Evidence 169 183. (1) the original of a military Court Proceedings purporting to be signed by the President of the military court and the custody Officer Records the Malaysian armed forces, or any person lawfully retain it, is admissible in evidence when removed from the custody of it.
(2) a document purporting to be a copy of the original proceeding for a military court or any part thereof and as certified by the custodian of records of the armed forces, or any person authorized by him, or by any person lawfully in charge of the proceedings, as a true copy, shall be evidence of the content of the proceedings or part of the documents relating thereto , as the case may be.
(3) this section shall apply in respect of any evidence given in any court in the Malaysian public in relation to criminal proceedings.
The provision of a range of sanctions on demotion warrant officer and officer voids 184. (1) a warrant officer of the permanent forces cannot be promoted unless the sentence handed down by a military court or by order of the Council of the armed forces, or the head of the applicable Service or an officer authorized by the armed forces Council.
(2) an officer is not accredited (other than lance corporal or lance corporal artillery) of the permanent forces cannot be revealed except with the sanction of a rank of the military courts, or by an officer of the ad with the approval of and to the extent approved by an approving authority, or by order of the armed forces Council or head of service or an officer authorized by the armed forces Council.
Law Malaysia170 Act 77 (3) an authorization given under each of the two previous final referred to subsections may be given generally or subject to restrictions as specified by the armed forces Council.
(4) for the purposes of subsection (1) and (2) the demotion does not include the demotion from the rank of acting.
Evasion charges on military salaries, pensions, etc.
185. (1) a pension, gratuity or other grant payable under this Act shall not be assigned or transferred, except for the purpose of explaining — (a) a debt due to the Federal Government or to the Government of any State; or (b) an order of any court to pay any amount of money for the wife or former wife or child who is a minor whether valid standard or not, for members to whom pensions, gratuities or other grants have been paid, and pensions, gratuities or other grants shall not be detained, separated or levied for or in respect of any debt or other claims except for the purpose mentioned in paragraph (a) and (b).
(2) except as expressly provided by this Act, no order may be made by any military court or the Court of public means to resist any person from receiving anything which by virtue of this section he prevented from assign and to direct payment to others.
(3) no nothing in this section shall affect any law that provide for the payment of any sum of money to a trustee for the bankrupt someone in bankruptcy for divided-divide among creditors.
Armed forces officer 171 specific to take statutory declaration 186. (1) an officer of the regular force not below the rank of major, Commander young young Commander of the sea or air (hereinafter referred to as "authorised officer") may, outside Malaysia, taking the statutory declaration of person subject to service law under this Act.
(2) a document purporting to be signed by an officer who is authorized as a testimony of a statutory declaration to be made before it in accordance with this section and contains in the jurat or pengakusaksian such a statement date and place of the Declaration is made and your full name and rank of the officer shall be admissible in evidence without proof that the signature was the officer's signature or proof of the facts so stated.
Armed forces Council power to make regulations pension, etc.
187. (1) the armed forces Council with the approval of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may make regulations including regulations which provide for things that can be removed by order in Council of the armed forces in respect of eligibility regular force members and their dependants with regard to salaries, pensions, retirement rewards and other provision; and the regulations may specify conditions which includes grant and salary rates, retirement pension, gratuity and other provision, and may contain any other provisions that may be necessary to carry out the purposes of this section.
(2) Notwithstanding the date fixed for the commencement of this Act pursuant to section 1 or the provisions of any written law to the contrary, any regulations made under subsection (1) may be given effect to the back to a date, either before or after the commencement of this Act.

(3) Notwithstanding the date fixed for the commencement of this Act pursuant to section 1 or the provisions of any written law to the contrary, armed forces Council with the approval of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may amend any law Malaysia172 Act 77 rules, regulations, orders and other instruments made under the repealed Ordinance and enactment by subsection 217 (1) the subsidiary legislation was still in force by virtue of subsection (2) of that section and any amendment made under this subsidiary legislation still in force that may be given effect to the back to a date, either before or after the commencement of this Act.
Collection of contributions 187A. (1) eligible authorities can collect any contribution he deems fit for the purpose of improving welfare and provide for other benefits for members of the armed forces and their families, including for the establishment of the mess in the various units.
(2) for the purposes of part V, the contribution shall be deemed to be the property of the service.
(3) the Council of the armed forces may issue the command Council of the armed forces for the purpose of this section include provide for the appointment of the person by whom and how that contribution shall be administered, managed, controlled and paid.
(4) for the purposes of this section, "unit" means a headquarters, formations, bases, ships, stations, depots, training centre or anything equivalent.
The validity of the contribution collected 187B. Any contributions are collected and any money spent thereof for such period before the commencement of this provision that will be valid in law if this provision has been in force this validated and declared to have been collected and spent legally on the side of the law.
173 part VIII army FORCES SAVINGS Deposits FIXED 188 Officers. (1) an officer of the regular force shall be, when he quit, resign, cease or retired from service, served in a Reserve Officer of the Services itself for a term not exceeding five years from the day following the day of termination, resignation, termination or retirement from the service force: provided that the armed forces Council may at its discretion exclude any officer or category of such officer of the storage service.
(2) subsection (1) shall apply to fixed forces officer on or after a specified date was still serving with the regular forces.
The establishment of a Permanent Forces Savings 189. (1) there shall be established and maintained in Malaysia a Savings fixed Forces shall include — (a) officers are required to serve in a Reserve Officer under the provisions of subsection 188 (1);
(b) all soldiers from the lasykar fixed on the commencement of this Act are being served in storage pursuant to the terms of recruitment in them; and (c) all soldiers-lasykar forces fixed term of recruitment in their savings converted into full-time service at the end of them.
(2) in each year of the proposed expenditure will be made for Regular Forces Savings shall be included in the total estimated expenses will be made for the armed forces.
Law Malaysia174 Act 77 Ranks while serving in reserve 189A. (1) an officer or soldier-lasykar who served in the Regular Forces entitled to Savings during the duration of his service in storage holds the rank of real final held by him during his service in the regular forces.
(2) for the purposes of this part, an officer of the Regular Force who has served as an officer that was commissioned for a period specified in the regular force shall be deemed to be certified as an officer.
Deployment to serve through proclamation 190. (1) the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may, by Proclamation, deploy to serve the whole or any part of the Regular Fleet Savings.
(2) every Member of the savings that deploy to serve under subsection (1) shall be reported to Office at the time and place as may be prescribed by the Council of the armed forces or an officer duly authorised on its behalf by notification in the Gazette or otherwise.
(3) every Member of the savings when the deploy to serve through a Proclamation under this section shall be deemed to be a person subject to service law under part V and if he fails, without leave granted with or without any valid reasons, to report for duty in accordance with subsection (2) he can be tried for the offence of remaining tasks within the meaning of section 54.
(4) every Member of the savings that deploy to serve can be served as an officer or soldier-lasykar in the regular forces until its services are no longer needed, however, he shall not be required to serve for the term as a whole more than all the remaining period of his service in the Regular Forces and the Reserves in the case of a member of savings is a soldier-lasykar for a further period not exceeding twelve months as provided under subsection 27 (2).
Army Deployment for training 191 175. (1) during the period of his service in the Regular Forces of a Member Savings savings can deploy for training as may be prescribed by regulations made under section 194.
(2) the authority who are eligible can deliver or may cause to be communicated to any member of the savings a notice exercise that shall state that he is training to deploy and the period he can deploy it and requires it be personally present at the time and in the place and on the day and to the authorities as may be specified in the notice.
(3) where a notice has been served upon the training of any member savings, eligible authorities may at any time before the date on which he is required to attend cause to be served on him a notice of the extra change notice that training with converting the place or time, but not the date that he/she is required to appear personally.
(4) every notice of training delivered in addition by registered post shall require a member to whom notice of the savings delivered so declare receipt within the time specified in the requirements; and if the acknowledgement of the receipt is not received the qualified authorities may direct that a notice of training delivered to him by registered post and may by notice direct that the notice shall be deemed to not have any effect.
(5) If at any time during the term of a member of the Regular Forces in Saving any changes occur in the name or his address, he shall further notify the change to the person and in such manner as may be prescribed by regulations made under section 194; and if he fails to do so he commits an offence under this Act and shall, on conviction before a Magistrate, to a fine not exceeding two hundred dollars.
Law Malaysia176 Act 77 (6) every Member of the savings when the deploy for training under this section shall be deemed to be the person subject to service law under this Act and if he fails, without leave granted with or without reasonable grounds, to be personally present in accordance with subsection (2) may be tried for offences is absent without leave within the meaning of section 55.
Public employment is not affected by savings members services of 192. Sections 20 and 21 of the National Service Act 1952, shall apply to member savings when deploy to serve or to training under sections 190 and 191.
Retrenchment member savings 193. A member of the savings be retrenched in accordance with regulations made under section 194 at any time during any period of reserve service.
Armed forces Council power to make regulations with respect to recruiting, payroll, reporting, etc. for member savings 194. Armed forces Council can with the approval of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong make regulations including regulations which provide for things that can be removed by order in Council of the armed forces in respect of the Administration and discipline of regular and Reserve Forces, without prejudice to the generality of article mentioned earlier, may make regulations — (a) to deploy members of the savings for training;
(b) to deploy to full-time service;
(c) to provide for the salaries and allowances of members ' savings;
Armed forces of 177 (d) that requires members to report savings themselves from time to time, and to get the permission of the authorities who are eligible may be prescribed by the regulations before leaving Malaysia;
(e) provide for any other matters required to be determined by this section.
Part IX of the MALAYSIAN armed FORCES VOLUNTARY establishment of voluntary 195. (1) there shall be established and maintained in Malaysia three voluntary forces Service the following, namely:

(a) "Cbx Malaysia" or in English "Malaysian Territorial Army";
(b) "Voluntary Savings Royal Malaysian Navy" or in English "the Royal Malaysian Naval Volunteer Reserve"; and (c) "Voluntary Savings Royal Malaysian air force" or in English "Royal Malaysian Air Force Volunteer Reserve".
(2) in each year of the proposed expenditure will be done for voluntary forces shall be included in the total estimated expenses will be made for the armed forces.
Membership of voluntary forces 196. (1) voluntary Forces shall consist of Corps, units, ships, and other components as developed and established from time to time by the armed forces Council.
Law Malaysia178 Act 77 (2) every Corps, units, ships, team or other components created and established under subsection (1) — (a) shall have and known by the name or title as approved by armed forces Council;
(b) shall consist of a small unit, branch or Squadron, as directed by the armed forces Council from time to time.
(3) any reference in any law of any Corps, units, ships, team or other components created and established under subsection (1) with a name or title as approved by armed forces Council under paragraph (2) (a) shall be construed as a reference to the Corps, units, ships, or other components or team, as required by the context, about its members.
(4) armed forces Council may from time to time by order published in the Gazette do any of the following matters, namely: (a) dissolve any Corps, units, teams or other components of the whole or in part;
(b) consolidate any Corps with any other corps, any unit with any other unit, any team with any other team or any component of any of the other components;
(c) deleting the names of any ship from the register; or (d) alter or amend the name or title of any Corps, units, ships, team or other components.
Rule 197. (1) the three services voluntary forces shall be under the reign of head of service may be, i.e. Cbx Malaysia shall be under the rule of Chief of army, Voluntary Savings Royal Malaysian Navy shall be under the rule of Chief of Navy Volunteer Reserve and Royal Malaysian air force shall be under the rule of Chief of air force.
Armed forces 179 (2) Notwithstanding subsection (1) if — (a) the whole or any part of a voluntary forces have deploy to serve under section 202; or (b) the whole or any part of a voluntary forces are trained, carry the day or carry out movement along with the regular forces or any foreign forces, the head of service who ruled voluntary forces may put the whole or any part of the forces under the temporary command of any regular forces officer.
(3) a head of service may, with the approval of the Council of the armed forces, made an order in accordance with this Act and any rules or regulations made thereunder, which provide for equipment, traffic and General Administration of a voluntary forces under his orders. In particular and without prejudice to the generality of the powers aforesaid, such order may provide for — (a) the production and care of weapons, equipment, ammunition, supplies, clothing and equipment;
(b) statements, books and correspondence form;
(c) the establishment and conduct of Institutions for conducting the public and food to members of the volunteer forces.
Commissioning of 198 officers. (1) an officer in the volunteer forces shall be commissioned by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
(2) a Commission to be granted under subsection (1) may be granted either for a specific period not specified or for a set period of time and shall be in one of the things according to the form prescribed by regulations made under section 207 and shall be issued under the Seal of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong and stamped with the Seal of the great Federation.
Law Malaysia180 Act 77 (3) an authorisation letter issued for a specified period can be extended by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong for the period or periods as may be deemed expedient.
(4) the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may, without posting any reason therefor, cancel any Commission.
(5) the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may confer honorary Commission in the voluntary forces to those he deems fit.
(6) the voluntary forces Officer may from time to time is promoted by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong discretion.
The Establishment Of A Reserve Officer 199. (1) the Council may establish an Army Reserve Officer for each of the three voluntary forces Service, which shall include — (a) officers who have completed not less than five consecutive years of service and who, upon their request and with the approval of the authorities who are qualified, have been converted into a Reserve Officer; and (b) former voluntary forces officer who in the opinion of the authorities who are eligible can perform the duties of the officials.
(2) in each year of the proposed expenditure will be made for Savings Officer for voluntary forces shall be included in the total estimated expenses will be made for the armed forces.
Registration, resignation and dismissal 200. (1) every Member of a voluntary forces instead of an officer (hereinafter referred to as "voluntary members") shall be registered for a period as may be prescribed by regulations made under section 207.
Armed forces 181 (2) every Member of the voluntary registered under subsection (1) shall be assigned to a unit or a ship or team by eligible authorities.
(3) the authority who are eligible can convert a member of volunteering from a unit or a team to a ship or unit, ship or other team.
(4) except where the deploy under section 202 of a member can voluntarily, according to the regulations made under section 207, resigned from services: provided that no such resignation can take effect until approved by the qualified authorities.
(5) the authorities of the eligible may, without assigning any reason, discard the work of a member of voluntary service.
(6) any officer in command of a unit, ship or team may, with the approval of the relevant authorities entitled, stop work any voluntary members of units, ships or his team because of lack of effort or lack of efficiency.
(7) a member voluntarily resigning or dismissed or retrenched under this section shall return back in good condition all weapons, uniforms and equipment provided to him to the officer in command of the unit, or to any other person as may be authorized by the officer for that purpose.
(8) no resignation, dismissal or termination of the work under this section may exclude a member of a voluntary trial or punishment upon an offence under this Act.
Training and pertugasan 201. (1) every Member of a voluntary forces shall undergo training as may be prescribed by regulations made under section 207.
Law Malaysia182 Act 77 (2) every Member of a voluntary forces may, on request and with the approval of the relevant authorities entitled, assigned to a unit, ship or regular forces.
(3) the Pertugasan shall be continued in any period agreed upon by the members and set out in the order and within the provisions of this section shall apply to him as if he has to deploy under section 202.
(4) every Member of a volunteer forces who have exceeded the training required under subsection (1) may be required to serve in the armed volunteer for such minimum period as may be prescribed by regulations made under section 207.
Part II, III and IV shall apply to voluntary forces 201A. In so far as it is in accordance with the provisions of this section, and in the interest of the service, armed forces Council can wear mutatis mutandis, any provisions of part II, III and IV in addition to section 23 to 27 and section 29 to 31 for members of voluntary forces.
Leave for training or pertugasan 201B. (1) without prejudice to the provisions of the National Service Act 1952, every employer shall, if any of the people who work with him who is a member of a volunteer forces called for training or pertugasan under this Act, give that person leave for a period of training or the pertugasan to enable him to undergo training or pertugasan it.
(2) No employer shall — (a) make or cause to be made any transfer or improper deductions from salaries, other remuneration or annual leave that person;
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(b) impose or cause to be levied on or claim from such person any penalty; or (c) amend the terms and conditions of employment of that person up to memudaratkannya, more than just re-purposed by reason of his absence worked during the period of training or the pertugasan.
(3) any employer who — (a) directly or indirectly refuse or, with menakut-nakuti, improper influence, or by any other means, interfere with the granting to any person the period of leave required under subsection (1); or (b) contravenes subsection (2) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding six thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
(4) civil Courts submit an employer of an offence under subsection (3) because of a violation of subsection (2) may order the employer to pay to the person referred to in subsection (2) the salaries and other remuneration to which that person is entitled during the period of training or the pertugasan.
L a n g a n e m b u p a n g a n t e k e r j a k e r n a l a t i h a n a t o pertugasan 201c. (1) without prejudice to the provisions of the National Service Act 1952, every employer who terminate the employment of any person who worked with him, who is a member of a voluntary forces, without the consent of the person solely or primarily because that person called for training or pertugasan under this Act commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding six thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
Law Malaysia184 Act 77 (2) civil Courts submit an employer under subsection (1) may order the employer to pay to the person that her employment was terminated, as compensation for any loss suffered or likely to be incurred by him by reason of the termination, a sum of money not exceeding the amount equal to the remuneration for six months at a rate of remuneration is on due to that person by that employer.
They worked to serve 202. (1) the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may, by Proclamation, they worked to serve the whole or any part of any voluntary forces.
(2) every Member of a voluntary forces deploy to serve under subsection (1) shall be reported to Office at the time and place as may be prescribed by the appropriate authority entitled by notification in the Gazette or otherwise.
Prevents voluntary forces and assist or induce an oversight duty 203. Every person who — (a) by knowing and with bersengaja prevent any part from any voluntary forces or any of its members from performing any service or obligation under this Act, or under the rules, regulations or orders made under this Act;
(b) by knowing agree, or induce or attempt to induce any member of the volunteer forces that ignore or act in a contrary to its obligations as a member of the volunteer forces;
(c) by knowing the parties to, or assist in, or menyubahati or enkindle-inciting movement, the doing of any act which is not bertatatertib or any armed forces 185 actions that any valid order granted to any member of the volunteer forces or any laws or regulations, be the duty of any member to adhere to it, can be avoided or infringed; or (d) without a valid authorization to wear uniforms or part of uniforms or any badge or emblem of voluntary forces or false in expressing himself as entitled to wear a uniform, badge or emblem that, guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five hundred ringgit.
Error 204. (1) any member of a volunteer force which, when he is not subject to service law under this Act — (a) failed with no reason to be (evidence about it is to him) to attend at any time or in any place lawfully prescribed by an authority entitled to instruction, training or of the day;
(b) when uniform or on duty or currently undergoing instruction, training or the day, drunk or made a mistake causes a default command;
(c) deny any fixed order or a valid order given by his seniors;
(d) ignore to comply with such orders applicable to units, ships or his team; or (e) be guilty of any act, behavior or disorder or neglect prejudicial to good order and discipline of the service, commits an offence and shall, on conviction before ad officer, liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars.
Law Malaysia186 Act 77 (2) any member of a volunteer force which, when he is not subject to service law under this Act — (a) without proper authority and permission, give, sell, loan, charge or otherwise dispose of or remove due to neglect, or cause damage to weapons, ammunition, equipment, clothes, supplies or other articles or objects (whether similar to any of the stated or not) entrusted to it or held by it or in its custody for the purpose of service, or fails to submit the property when required to do so by the ad;
(b) caused by any action or negligence for any loss or damage to any public property, commits an offence and shall, on conviction before ad officer, liable to a fine not exceeding three hundred dollars.
(3) any person who is convicted of an offence under subsection (2) may, in addition to any other penalty, be liable to pay, by way of compensation, a sum of money not exceeding five hundred ringgit or the cost of replacement or repair of goods, the has been removed, defaced or not submitted, whichever is less.
(4) no sentence or order given or made under subsection (1), (2) or (3) may take effect until it is confirmed in writing by the Chief of the services concerned; and head of service in question can withstand verification, and therefore any conviction, sentence or order is to be cancelled, or can confirm the sentence or the order, or remit the whole or any part of the sentence or the order.
(5) the payment of any sums levied by way of penalty or compensation or both under this section shall, upon application to the officer in command of units, ships or team may be claimed and enforced 187 armed forces by any Magistrate having jurisdiction of the crime in a place that the fine imposed or the compensation was ordered, according to the same way that the Court can obtain or enforce payment of the fine or compensation under the law relating to criminal procedure in force in that place, includes just-by a fine or compensation that has been imposed or commanded to be paid by the Court.
(6) any person charged with an offence under this section may be included and placed in the custody of the service and shall be tried directly in the same way as if he is subject to service law under this Act.
The Board of Inquiry 205. (1) the head of the applicable Service or an officer authorized by him may, by order, called a Board of Inquiry convened to investigate — (a) any death or injury caused to or by an officer or member of a voluntary when on duty;
(b) any loss or damage to any property of the public;
(c) any other matters that the head of service may be in its discretion require the investigated.
(2) a Board of inquiry convened under subsection (1) shall be made up of volunteer forces officer or officer or warrant officer from any regular forces.
(3) a Board of inquiry convened under subsection (1) shall consist of a President, who shall be an officer, and one or more members as may be appointed by the Chief of the services concerned.
Law Malaysia188 Act 77 (4) of the Board of inquiry convened under this part shall adopt procedures that are provided for in respect of a similar Investigation Board convened under section 147.
The power of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to make rules 206. (1) the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may make rules including rules provide for things that can be removed by order in Council of the armed forces in respect of — (a) the salaries, allowances, remuneration, pensions and any other grant payable to officers and members of the voluntary;
(b) the payment of pensions or gratuities to dependants of officers and voluntary members were killed or died due to injuries that occurred in exercise, or due to illness caused directly by their service.

(2) Notwithstanding the date fixed for the commencement of this Act pursuant to section 1 or the provisions of any written law to the contrary, any rules made under subsection (1) may be given effect to the back to any date, either before or after the commencement of this Act.
Armed forces Council power to make regulations 207. (1) subject to section 206, armed forces Council can make regulations including regulations which provide for things that can be removed by order of the Council of AngkatanTentera to carry out the purposes of this part.
(2) in particular, and without prejudice to the generality of the powers mentioned earlier, the regulations may — (a) define the class of people who can be accredited or registered in voluntary forces and a minimum period for which that person can be accredited or registered;
Armed forces 189 (b) prescribing the manner in which, and conditions that are subject to it, people who wish to be accredited or registered can offer themselves and form of declaration to be taken by that person;
(c) prescribing the extent of services required for officers and members of the voluntary or for officers in reserve officer, that the service may include outside Malaysia when the volunteer forces or in part were deploy;
(d) prescribing the physical health conditions required for persons admitted into the volunteer forces;
(e) prescribing the conditions under which an officer or volunteer member may resign his Office of voluntary forces;
(f) define the manner in which and conditions under which voluntary officers can deploy;
(g) prescribing the training that will be suffered by officers and members of the voluntary training that contains instructions, the day or movement on the ground, in the air or at sea or in any vessel or any other vessel, whether owned by Malaysia or not, and whether within or outside the limits of the boundaries of Malaysia;
(h) prescribing the seniority of officers and provide for the appointment, promotion and tenure ranks accredited them;
(i) provide for seniority and rank for the purpose of order and discipline officers and voluntary members; and (j) provide for minor offences include the procedures related to it and light punishment not provided for in this section.
Exemption from certain public liability 208. All officers and members of voluntary, if acting in bona fide and on their official positions shall be exempted from all legal writing provide law Malaysia190 Act 77 for carriage and storage of weapons, ammunitions, explosives and other munitions of war in the manner similar to members of the regular forces.
APPLICATION of part X of the ACT and an ADDITIONAL ALLOCATION of the person subject to service law under this Act the person subject to service law: General provisions 209. (1) the following person subject to service law under this Act: (a) every officer who holds the R.A. Yang di-Pertuan Agong issued under section 6;
(b) every person appointed by the armed forces Council under section 10;
(c) every soldier-lasykar regular forces;
(d) every Member of the Regular Forces in Reserve when the deploy to serve or to training under part VIII;
(e) every officer and every officer of the Reserve of officers for a voluntary forces established under Part IX when perform the duties as an officer;
(f) every Member of a voluntary forces — (i) where the fixed duty or training direct-constant as defined in rules or regulations made under Part IX;
(ii) where assigned to the regular forces under subsection 201 (2); or the armed forces 191 (iii) when the deploy to serve through a Proclamation issued under subsection 202 (1).
The person subject to service law: 210 foreign forces. Members of a foreign forces subject to legal services under this Act to the extent, and subject to adjustment and modification, as provided by or under any written law relating to the delegation of members of the forces.
Application of Act for passenger ships and ships air Seri Paduka Baginda 211. Part V shall, to the extent and subject to modification as may be prescribed by regulations made by the armed forces Council with the approval of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, apply to people who ride as a passenger on a ship or ship air Seri Paduka Baginda (not the person subject to service law under this Act by virtue of any of the provisions of this Act referred to earlier) , as applicable to the person subject to service law under this Act.
Application of Act for the public, 212. (1) subject to the modifications set out hereinafter when fixed forces or any part thereof is in active service, the provisions of part V shall apply to every person employed by or serving with or follow or join regular forces or regular forces who are in active service.
(2) modification of the aforementioned is — (a) the punishment may be imposed by a military court shall include a fine, but does not include any other sentence less than a sentence of imprisonment;
Law Malaysia192 Act 77 (b) punishment that may be imposed if a charge be tried directly shall, in the case of any offence, to a fine not exceeding two hundred dollars, but no other penalty;
(c) the following provisions shall have effect in lieu of subsection 93 (2), (3) and (4), that is, that someone can be arrested by an officer provos, by any warrant officer, Chief Petty Officer, officer or officer of small voids in the exercise of power in law under the provos officer or on behalf of, or by order of any officer of the regular force;
(d) If a charge be tried directly and have decided that the accused is guilty, a finding shall not be recorded until after the accused were given the opportunity to choose to be tried by a military court, and if the accused elects such a finding shall not be recorded but measures must be taken for the purpose so that the charge be tried by a military court as may be prescribed by the rules of Procedure;
(e) the provisions of this Act relating to the investigation, and the trial continued, the offence shall, except as otherwise expressly provided, apply as they apply for officer and warrant officer;
(f) for the purposes of this Act in relation to the investigation of the offence, the commanding officer is an officer as determined by or under regulations made for the purposes of this section by the armed forces Council with the approval of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong;
(g) for the pronunciation in sections 143 and 144 as subject directly or is no longer subject to service law under this Act, shall be replaced as pronunciation are, continue to be or no longer is in the circumstances the part V applies, and subsection 143 (3) of the said does not apply.
Armed forces 193 (3) a fine imposed by virtue of this section, either by a military court or an authority of the superior concerned can be obtained in Malaysia as a debt due to the Government.
Application of Act application of Act to Certain Forces for armed forces voluntary savings and 213. (1) subject to the provisions of this section, a reference in part V, VI and VII of the permanent forces shall include reference to the following persons, namely: (a) members of the Regular Forces in Savings that become subject to legal services under paragraph 209 (1) (d); and (b) a member of the volunteer forces be subject to service law under paragraph 209 (1) (e) and (f), and a reference to officers and soldiers-lasykar or of members of a permanent forces or about the body is not present in a unlawful from the forces shall be construed accordingly.
(2) Section 34, except paragraph (1) (b), shall apply to soldiers for Armed laskar fixed and for voluntary forces as they apply for soldiers-lasykar fixed forces.
(3) the powers conferred by subsection 54 (3) and 100 (3) to direct the forfeiture prior service someone offenders cannot be carried out in respect of the soldier-Fixed FD laskar Forces or voluntary forces.
(4) Paragraph 54 (2) (c), section 164 to 167 both inclusive and except so far as may be applicable by regulations made under section 207, section V relating to the award of the detention pay and section 158 to 163 including both, does not apply — (a) for reserve officer fixed Forces not in actual service;
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(b) for the soldier-Fixed deposits laskar except when deploy Forces to serve under section 190; or (c) for members of the armed forces voluntary except when they deploy to serve under section 202.
(5) in subsection previously end mentioned the phrase "real services", in respect of an officer of the Regular Forces, means that he is being served (other than when training) with a regular forces, or body of the Permanent Forces deploy to serve or a part of any of the voluntary forces deploy to serve.
(6) in the case of a member of voluntary low rank of warrant officer who is found guilty of an offence by an officer of ad, section 97 shall apply as if the punishment specified in subsection (3) that section including dismissed from his Majesty: provided that if the commanding officer imposes dismissal he shall not impose any other sentence.
(7) in respect of part V, for the purposes of this section, if any of the provisions it states that a certain actions can be performed by a member of the permanent forces that have a certain rank or hold a certain position, and Regular or Reserve Armed Forces voluntary does not have members who have promoted such or such, then served as a member of the permanent forces that have promoted or in Office that can perform such actions in relation to a member of the Regular or Reserve Forces voluntary forces.
Powers can be carried out in the subsidiary legislation 214. (1) any power conferred by this Act to make regulations, rules, orders or other instruments shall include power to make provision for a particular case or class of cases, and to make the armed forces 195 different provisions for classes of different cases and for the purposes of any regulations, rules, orders or the instrument, case classes may be defined with reference to the circumstances set out in it.
(2) any regulations, rules, orders or other instruments as mentioned earlier can impose such conditions, require action or matter is exercised or performed to the satisfaction of any person named in it whether or not such person is a member of any regular forces, to authorise that person to issue commands either verbally or in writing requiring action or thing be implemented or done or prohibits action or matter of implemented or done , and set the period or the date, on which the previous, or act or matter shall be executed or done or the conditions are fulfilled, and provide for appeal against any order, requirement or direction.
Implementation of the order, instrument, etc.
215. Except as expressly provided by any rules or regulations under this Act, any order or determination required or permitted to be made under this Act by any authorities of the armed forces can be raised with signed personally by any officer authorized for that purpose; and any instrument which inform the order or determination of it and purporting to be signed by an officer who described it as so authorized shall, unless akasnya is proved, be deemed to be an officer or authorized such.
Transitional provision 216. (1) the transitional provisions as set out hereinafter shall come into operation on the day fixed for the commencement of this Act (hereinafter referred to as "days").
Law Malaysia196 Act 77 (2) in relation to an offence against any of sections in part I of the Malay Soldiers Enactment [N.M.B. Chapter 42] or against section 11 to 14 both inclusive Air Force Ordinance 1958 [Ord. 20 1958], or of section 2 to 42 both inclusive Naval Discipline Act 1957, United Kingdom [5 and 6 El iz. 2. ] as terpak ai by section 10 Naval Ordinance 1958 [Ord. 27 1958], (hereinafter collectively referred to as "the section") sections 89 to 144 both inclusive and section 149 to 155, including both this Act and the rules and regulations made under section 119, 137 and 155 shall apply as if the sections contained in this Act and this Act has been in force when the offence committed and as if any finding or punishment has been in force before a specified day, and anything done before that day by virtue of or in connection with the findings or sentence has been achieved, passed or made under this Act: provided that nothing-nothing in this subsection may make an offence that can be tried by military courts or be tried directly, if by reason of the time or place of the Commission of the offence it is not to be tried or managed such under or by virtue of any written law repealed by this Act.
(3) Notwithstanding anything in subsection referred to earlier, if any proceedings for offences referred to earlier was initiated before the appointed day, any steps taken in the proceeding after that day shall be deemed to have been taken with legal if taken under or by virtue of any written law repealed by this Act.
(4) in section 146 reference to this Act or of any of its provisions shall be construed as including a reference to the respective written law repealed by this Act or of a provision equivalent to the Naval Discipline Act 1957, United Kingdom.
Armed forces 197 (5) If after the day prescribed for someone said to — (a) has committed an offence that persist for an extended period which began before that day and ends on or after that day; or (b) has committed an offence between the two dates that fall in a given period, and the offence was an offence against a provision in part V of this Act has been in force at all times material, he may be tried as if this Act has been in force in such a way.
(6) where immediately before the appointed day any person detained in the service under section 66 of the Malay Soldiers Enactment or under section 15 Naval Ordinance 1958, in calculating the period he can hold and its services extended under the provisions of this Act, shall be considered equivalent to the period he was remanded, or extra extended, under the provisions in this Act.
(7) If immediately before the appointed day a proclamation of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong made under paragraph 67 (iv) Enactment of the Malay Soldiers in force it shall remain in force as if it is made under the provisions of this Act equal.
(8) any order which allows the dismissal of a person who is given before the day fixed by an officer appointed for that purpose under any of the written law repealed by this Act shall be deemed for the purposes of subsection 28 (3) as an order of eligible authorities.
(9) the powers conferred by this Act for refund services dilucuthakkan and remit the forfeiture and deduction may be carried out in connection with the service dilucuthakkan and forfeiture and deduction imposed under or by virtue of any written law repealed by this Act.
Law Malaysia198 Act 77 (10) any forfeiture or deduction from salaries in force under or by virtue of any written law repealed by this act immediately before the appointed day shall, subject to subsection final mentioned previously, remain in force on or after the day specified.
(11) any order in force immediately before the appointed day under or by virtue of the provisions of any written law repealed by this Act equivalent to section 164 and 165 shall remain in force as if made under this Act, and section 166 shall apply accordingly.
(12) any document made before the days that may be received in evidence under or by virtue of the provisions of any written law repealed by this Act, or the provisions as applicable by any other enactment, shall be accepted to the extent and in the same proceedings on or after the day specified.
(13) where immediately before the appointed day any declaration or renewal in force under section 123 of the Malay Soldiers Enactment, it shall remain in force as if made under the provisions of this Act equal.
The abolition of the existing Ordinance and enactment

217. (1) Enactment of the soldier, the Federal Soldiers Ordinance 1952 [Ord. 27 1952] armed forces Ordinance 1952 [Ord. 47 1952], Naval Ordinance 1958, Air Force Ordinance 1958, Cbx Ordinance 1958 [Ord. 52 1958], Naval Volunteer Reserve Ordinance 1958 [Ord. 55 1958] and Voluntary Savings Ordinance 1958 air force [Ord. 58 1958] are hereby repealed: provided that — (a) all armed forces established under the provisions of the enactment and Ordinance aforesaid shall be deemed to be established under this Act; and the armed forces 199 (b) all officers and lasykar soldiers serving with the armed forces established under the provisions of the enactment and Ordinance aforesaid on the day prescribed shall be deemed to have been commissioned, appointed, taken in or retrieved serve again, as the case may be, under this Act, but officers and soldiers-lasykar shall not be required to serve with the regular force for a longer period than the period they are required to serve at the time they are first assigned , appointed, taken in, or taken to serve again, as the case may be.
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection end previously mentioned or the provisions of any written law to the contrary, all rules, regulations, orders and other instruments made under the Ordinance and enactment is hereby repealed, to the extent it is consistent with the provisions of this Act, shall remain in force until repealed expressly.
The first schedule [section 18] 1. Magistrate or officer recruiting shall warn people to be taken in that if he gives any false answer to questions to be read over to him, he shall be liable to punishment under section 19 of this Act.
2. He shall then read, or cause to be read, to that person the questions set out in the paper and should be pengakusaksian to his satisfaction that the person understand each question and that the answer has been recorded properly in the pengakusaksian paper.
3. He shall then have that person make and sign the Declaration set out in the paper pengakusaksian the respect of truth answers and shall administer to him the oath set out in the pengakusaksian paper.
Law Malaysia200 Act 77 4. When signing the Declaration and take the oath, the person shall be a soldadu, sailors or soldiers of the air, as the case may be, in the regular forces. Magistrate or officer recruiting shall be mengakusaksikan with signatures, in the manner required by the pengakusaksian papers, that the requirements of this Act in respect of the person's pengakusaksian have been carried out, and shall deliver the pengakusaksian paper dated accordingly to the officer at the time the forces maintain records.
5. when the person finally approved to serve, the officer approves shall upon request give him a copy of the paper pengakusaksiannya certified valid.
Second Schedule [section 114] ALTERNATIVE OFFENCE that the ACCUSED COULD BE CONVICTED by a MILITARY COURT for offences offence charged alternative 1. In connection with or 1. Disclose information without providing intelligence authorization. to the enemy.
2. Hit Officer 2. (a) use of force by his seniors. to the officer by his seniors in addition to memukulnya.
(b) threaten the use of violence against officers by his seniors.
3. Use of force 3. Threaten the use of violence against his seniors officers other than officers memukulnya. by his seniors.
4. Uses language 4. Use the default language of the order against officer threatened officers by his seniors. by his seniors.
5. Deny in a 5. The reason is a valid order. shows the opposition accidentally against power, an order that is valid.
Armed forces 201 6. Remaining tasks. 6. Absence without leave.
7. Try to be leave 7. Absent without leave. the task.
8. Steal any property. 8. Abusing property fraudulently.
9. Any offence 9. Any offence against non-compliance with subsection subsection 65 (2) of this Act. 65 (1) of this Act.
10. Any offence 10. (a) an offence against section 66 equivalent Act involving the use of these include hit. violence other than hitting.
(b) an offence equivalent to involving threats to use force.
11. Any offence 11. The equivalent offence against section 66 of this Act other than involving the threat hit. use of violence.

Offence charged alternative Offences Law Malaysia202 Act 77 laws of MALAYSIA Act 77 ARMED FORCES ACT 1972 LIST AMENDMENT law short title of the Act into force amend the Currency Act 160 Malaysia 29-08-1975 (dollars) 1975 A440 Act armed forces Act 19/05/1978 (Amendment) Act 1978 armed forces Act A583 [Repealed (Amendment) Act 1984 A974] A974 Act armed forces Act section 13 , (Amendment) 1996 14, 15 (except so far as it is in relation to section 26B), 42, 43 and 46 — is not yet in force section 2 (c), 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15 (so far as it is in relation to section 26B), 16, 17, 35, 36, 37, 39 (b), 40, 43, 44, 45, 47, 48, 49 and 50 (b) — 1-06-1976 Provision otherwise — 27-09-1996 Act A1243 Act Forces 11-08-2005 (Amendment) 2005 armed forces 203 laws of MALAYSIA Act 77 ARMED FORCES ACT 1972 LIST of the SECTION AMENDED
Power to amend section in force from 2 Act A974 01-06-1976 Paragraph 2 (a) and (c) 27-09-1996, paragraph 2 (b), (d) and (c) 3 of the Act A974 01-06-1976 5A A974 Act 1-06-1976 5B A974 Act 01-06-1976 A974 Act 5 c 01-06-1976 5 d A974 Act 01-06-6 of the 1976 Act A974 01-06-1997 10 Act A974 27-09-1996 10A A974 Act 27-09-1996 12 Act A974 27-09-1996 13 Act A974 01-06-1976 15 Act A974 01-06-1976 16 Act A974 01-06-1976 19 Act 160 29-08-1975 20 Act 160 29-08-1975 21 Act A974 01-06-1976 26B A974 Act 01-06-1976 36 Act A974 01-06-1976 A974 Act 51 01-06-1976 81 Act A974 27-09-1996 90 of A974 27-09-1996 law 77 93 Act Malaysia204 Act A974 27-09-1996 94A A974 Act 27-09-1996 94B A974 Act 27-09-1996 94c Act A974 27-09-1996 94d Act A974 27-09-1996 96 Act A974 27-09-1996 97 Act 160 29-08-1975 Act A974 27-09-1996 98 Act A974 27-09-1996 100 A974 Act 27-09-1996 101 A974 Act 27-09-1996 A974 Act 104 27-09-1996 105 A974 Act 27-09-1996 A974 Act 106 27-09-1996 A974 Act 111 27-09-1996 129 A974 Act 27-09-1996 A974 Act 136 27-09-1996 144 A974 Act 27-09-1996 A974 Act 147 27-09-1996 155 A974 Act 01-06-1976 156 A974 Act 01-06-1976 157 A440 Act 19-05-1978 Act A974 01-06-1976 A1243 Act 161 11-08-2005 166 A974 Act 27-09-1996 179 Act 160 29-08-1975 180 160 Act 29-08-1975 184 (2) Act A974 27-09-1996 184 (4) of Act A974 01-06-1976 Section Power amend the effect from the armed forces Act 205 185 A440 19-05-1978 187 A440 Act 19-05-1978 Act A974 01-06-1976 187A A974 Act 27-09-1996 187B A974 Act 27-09-1996 189A A974 Act 01-06-1996 191 Act 160 29-08-1975 194 A974 Act 01-06-1976 197 A974 Act 01-06-1976 201A A974 Act 01-06-1976 201B A1243 Act 11-08-2005 Act A1243 201c 11-08-2005 203 Act 160 29-08-1975 204 Act 160 29-08-1975 206 A440 Act 19-05-1978 Act A974 01-06-1976 207 A974 Act 01-06-1976 212 Act 160 29-08-1975 213 A974 Act 27-09-1996 213 (7) Act A974 01-06-1976 217 A440 Act 19-05-1978 Section Power Amend with effect from