Street Access And Building Act, 1974

Original Language Title: Street, Drainage and Building Act 1974

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Laws of MALAYSIA Act 133 RE-PRINTING of the street, DRAINAGE and building Act 1974 Contains all amendments to 1 January 2006 PUBLISHED by the COMMISSIONER of law revision, UNDER the AUTHORITY of law REVISION ACT 1968 in COLLABORATION with PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BHD 2006 laws of Malaysia ACT 1332 of the street, DRAINAGE and building Act 1974 date of Assent............ June 5, 1974 date published in the Gazette......... June 13, 1974 REPRINT BEFORE the first Print............ 1997 Second Print............ 2000 the road, drainage and building 3 laws of MALAYSIA Act 133 of the street, DRAINAGE and building Act 1974 ARRANGEMENT of SECTIONS part I preliminary section 1. Short title, application and commencement 2. Exception 3. Interpretation Of PART II Of The ROAD 4. Maintenance and repair of public roads 5. Authority to make and improved road 6. Authority to take land as close to the new road for the purpose of building 7. Authority to take shall be according to the law relating to forced recruitment 8. Local authorities can claim the cost of new roads or the costs of expanding into, opening, etc., of public roads 9. Private people make new road 10. Approval of the plan shall terminate 11. Backfilling activities, etc., private road 12. The Declaration of public roads 13. Private roads may be declared as public roads 14. Expand path 15. Repairing private laws of Malaysia ACT 1334 16. Notice on the person causing the private road is dangerous or defective 17. Payment must be made before the building was erected on the road works 18. Determine the amount to be deposited and the date completed 19. Local authorities can implement and direct that properly carried out road works 20. Refund of deposit when road works are completed 21. Refund of deposit when the building work is not started 22. The preparation of the scheme for building 23. The line of road rules can be set 24. Local authorities can in particular case take possession of the land in the vicinity of the line of the street arrangements 25. Hold broadcast distance, etc.
26. Local authorities can install the lamp post and lamp 27. The position of the pipes, etc., shall be changed on local authority spending 28. If damaged roads because local authorities can korokan repair and claim expenses 29. Roads within 30. Hydrants position 31. House number 32. The door cannot open outward 33. The projected from home not allowed 34. Balcony which protrude, etc., can be made on the road no less than 40 feet across 35. Sign sky 36. Fence plant and trees adjacent to the road should the crop 37. Prevent fire grass 38. Trees should not be planted within twelve feet of road 39. Takes a turap 40. Prohibition install railing, pipe, etc., along the street Section of the street, drainage and building 5 41. Precautions against accidents. Transverse roads are to be built during the repairs carried out and lights turned on at night 42. Material cannot be placed without the permission of 43. Hazardous places shall be repaired or were 44. Duty of owner or occupier for hygiene road 45. Membasahkan Street 46. Hurdle 47. Put the dust on the road, etc.
48. The interpretation of section 46 and 47 PART III DRAINS 49. (Cut) 50. Local authorities should build and maintain drains and watercourses 51. Local authorities can claim costs for improve and make trenches, etc.
52. The prohibition against building unless provision is made for drainage, etc., and compliance notice or order 53. Local authorities shall fix and change and can leave the surface water drains and drain heavy rain, etc.
54. Clean and clear water drains and surface drainage heavy rain, etc.
55. Penalties for making drain as grooves or streams without the permission of 56. A rain water pipe shall not be used as pipe dirt 57. Pipes, etc., cannot be used as a substitute air 58 holes. Interpretation of 59. The local authority may require small bowel areas transferred or modified in 60. (Cut) 61. Air replacement pipe for sewer 62-64. (Cut)
Section laws of Malaysia ACT 1336 PART IV BACKLANES Section 65. Local authorities can take land for part of backlanes 66. The State authority may order the backlanes arranged 67. Local authorities can claim the cost of recruitment for and organize or build backlanes 68. Declaration of backlanes as public roads 69. General provisions in respect of backlanes part V BUILDING 70. Notice of new building a.70A. Earthworks 70B. Order to review security and stability during stand building 70C. Revocation of approval of any plan, determination and permission from 70D. Examination of building stand at any stage and taking samples for analysing 71. Penalties for the building or earthworks failed 72. Collapses or transfer the unauthorized building 73. Penalties for rent and sell unauthorized building 74. Modify or exclude by-law 75. Land should be set aside for the backlanes 76. The building was erected on land banned unclean 77. Building on a public sewer, etc., cannot be built without the consent of the local authorities 78. Move the roof and walls made from flammable 79. Build compartments, Gallery, attic, etc., in the building of 80. Barn move cannot be built without the permission of 81. The local authority may direct that drains made for premises properly drained 82. Board shall be erected within dendeng building carried out the street, drainage and building 7 83. The power of buildings that are dilapidated and dangerous 84. Power shut down and ensure the safety of buildings left 85. Building accessible to the public shall be net 85A. Regular building inspection 86. Nuisance which can be acknowledged directly thereon under this Act 87. The notice requires nuisance terminated 88. When the notice is not complied with, order nuisance shall be 89. Order to tear down the houses are not eligible for residence 90. Order demolition of PART VI a RANGE of 91. Mandatory order 92. The provisions on appeal against the order of the 93. Step proceeding if the owner is unknown to 94. Ex-parte order can be made in a matter requiring immediate action 95. Protection for State authorities and officials from liability own 96. Indemnity by local authorities 97. Power to enter lands for the purposes of this Act 98. Powers of an authority to enter land adjacent to work 99. A local authority shall hold at perform road, etc., if existing road terbencana 100. Penalties for preventing an authority in his duties 101. Compensation, replace damaged and cost shall be decided by the Court 102. Residents can perform the work if the owner does not carry it out 103. The exception of agents there money in the hands of 104. Claim the expenses and costs payable by the owner of 105. Obtain payment of expenses and costs gradually 106. Action to obtain payment of arrears Section laws of Malaysia ACT 1338 107. 108 detainees. The use of the proceeds of sale of 109. Title given through purchase on sale under section 106 110. The cost of action to obtain payment of arrears 111. The power to withhold the sale of 112. Application to court 113. Securities shall be 114. Liabilities pemindah belonging to 115. Residents protest action if someone works carried out 116. Dispose of objects and goods transferred by local authorities 117. License shall be at the discretion of 118. Notice, etc.
119. receipts and notices may be given by an authorized officer in respect of 120. Serve notice 121. Failure to comply with the notice. General penalty 122. Court to try offences 123. Local authorities, etc., may direct the prosecution 124. Employees of the authority may request the name and address in the case of certain 125. The power of arrest 126. Exclusion of prosecution 127. Penalties am 128. Damage to property of local authorities shall be repaired other than penalty 129. Inaccuracies in the document 130. Evidence of 131. 132. Provision of evidence Development Service Fund PART VII-Law 133. By-laws Section of the street, drainage and building 9 PART VIII REPEAL, transitional provisions, etc.
Section 134. Repeal, transitional provisions, etc.
135. The power of the State authority makes transitional provisions, etc.
SCHEDULE laws of Malaysia ACT 13310 Street, drainage and Building 11 laws of MALAYSIA Act 133 of the street, DRAINAGE and building Act 1974 an act to amend and consolidate the law relating to the street, drainage and building in the local authority area in Peninsular Malaysia, and for purposes connected therewith.
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That is required to be held in the form of an act of Parliament for a similar system in respect of the street, drainage and building local authority areas in Peninsular Malaysia;
And WHEREAS it is important that this now made a law in respect of matters of local Government relating to the street, drainage and building just for the purpose of determining similarity laws and policies;

THEREFORE, in accordance with the provisions of clause (4) of article 76 of the Constitution BE IT enacted by the Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong with the advice and consent of the Dewan Negara and Dewan Rakyat in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows: part I preliminary short title, application and commencement 1. (1) this Act may be cited as the street, drainage and building Act 1974.
(2) this Act shall apply only in Peninsular Malaysia.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13312 (3) this Act shall come into operation on a date determined by the Minister in respect of a State by notification in the Gazette, after consultation with the State authority and the Minister may, after consultation with the Authority set a date for the start of different currency of different provisions in this Act and can run the effect all or any of the provisions of this Act whether in all local authority areas for a State for which worn the notification or at any local authority area for the State as specified in the notification.
(4) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (3), the State authority may by notification in the Gazette exempt any area of a local authority to which this Act applies from any or all provisions of this Act or of any by-laws made thereunder.
(5) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (3), this Act shall come into operation on a date determined by the Minister in respect of the Federal District, by notification in the Gazette.
(6) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (3), the State authority may by notification in the Gazette expanded any or all provisions of this Act to all or any part of an area in the State who are not in a local authority area; and can make any modifications, amendments or changes necessary to the provisions for the purposes of applicable to that area.
Saving 2. There is nothing in this Act shall affect the effective travel past for any law relating to the street, drainage and building in the area of local authorities, approved before the currency of this Act, or anything made under the provisions of the law: provided that any rights, freedoms, privileges, obligations or liabilities existing on start the currency of this Act in accordance with any such law shall be subject to the provisions of this Act except as may be expressly provided hereinafter.
Street, drainage and Building 13 Interpretation 3. In this Act, unless the contents of the lines require other meanings — "dirty water" includes any household waste liquid flowing from a bath, shower, toilet, gegeluk basins, floor or laundry sink (which is not rinse tank) but not including feces and urine;
"arcade" includes balcony;
"building" includes any houses, huts, sheds or an enclosure beratap, whether used for human or otherwise, and also any wall, fence, platform, stage, gates, columns, pilar, most, frame, smooth place, dendeng boards, yard, Pier, wall, Pier, the nation and the landing stage or bridges, or any erection, strut or base related to the above;
"sewer" has the meaning given to "sewer" under the sewerage services Act 1993 [Act 508];
"Street" includes a street, medan, broadcast feet or road, the Street intersection, whether or not tembus streets, on which the public is entitled, and also the road on a bridge, and also including an repost feet or road, the road, the open courtyard or small roads open, used or proposed to be used as an access road to the holding of two or more whether people have the right 39 on it or not; and all channels, drains, drain, and reserve in the presence of any road shall be deemed to be part of the road;
"road" means any road on it people have rights that are usually repaired or maintained by local authorities before starting the currency of this Act or which have been transferred to or vested in the local authorities under this Act or by any other means;
"private road" means any road which is not a public road;
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13314 "nuisance" means an act or omission which causes or might cause the disaster, annoyance, offence, damage, harm or defect to the senses of sight, smell or hearing, or which is or may be membencanakan or hazardous to health or property;
"road works" includes the work membetung, levelling, edit, backfilling activities with metals or slab, install bebendulnya, make a channel, make drains, install lights, installing water services, gas or electricity and in other ways to repair a road or part of a road;
"Development Service Fund" means a Development Service Fund established under section 132;
"person" includes a corporation, partnership, group of people and a single Corporation;
"qualified person" means an architect, engineer or building draughtsmen registered under any written law relating to registration;
* "private connection pipe" has the same meaning assigned to it under the sewerage services Act 1993 [Act 508];
"structural plan" means a plan relating to structural elements;
"Developer" means a person, a group of persons, companies, firms or organizations that participate in or conduct or operate businesses develop or hold money for advancement or buy or develop in part and provide money for purchasing buildings;
"owner" means — (a) the registered proprietor of the land;
(b) the lease for a lease, including a small for leasehold land whether registered or not;
* NOTE — See section 17 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A867].
Street, drainage and Building 15 (c) an agent or trustee for the owner described in paragraph (a) and (b) the interpretation of this if in the opinion of a local authority of any such person cannot be detected or, if any of that person's dead, his attorney legal law;
(d) the person at that time to receive rent for the premises related word is used either for their own benefit or as agent or trustee for any other person or as a recipient or who will receive the rent if the premises are rented out to a tenant;
"the owner of the field presence" means the owner of the premises fronting, adjoining or incidental, (though not actually fronting, adjoining or incidental to such) next to or have a past to a roads, backlanes or if — (a) the owner of the premises by himself or via tenants entitled to use or usually use street or the back alley as a means of access to the premises or means of draining from the premises; and (b) in the opinion of the local authority, the use of or the right to use it is for the good of the land or interest;
"population" means the person who actually occupy the land or the building of which the word is used, or who is entitled to keep, manage or control it either for their own benefit or as an agent of another person, but does not include a minimart;
"Occupation Certificate, certificate of eligibility for occupation/temporary certificate of fitness for occupation and part" means such acknowledgement granted or approved under by-law uniform building;
"State authorities" of — (a) the States of Malaysia means the King or Yang di-Pertua Negeri of a State and includes the State laws of Malaysia ACT 13316 Yang di-Pertuan Besar acting on behalf of itself and on behalf of The four and Tengku Besar Tampin; and (b) Federal District means the Minister responsible for local government;
"local authority" means any City Council, Town Council, Town Council, Town Board, local councils, village Board or local authority of its kind established by law and in relation to the Federal territory "local authority" means the Kuala Lumpur City Commissioner appointed under section 3 of the Federal Capital Act 1960 [Act 190];
"premises" includes principally, houses, buildings, land, tenemen, isemen and hereditamen from any holding, whether open or terkepung, whether built it or not, whether public or private, and whether or not maintained under statutory authority;
"home" includes residential houses, warehouses, offices, homes, schools, shops, calculation, and a building in which people work;
"residence" includes a building or tenemen used all or mainly, constructed or matched to be used for human;
"broadcast walk" includes foot lanes and walking five in side street;
"sewerage system" have the same meaning assigned to it under the sewerage services Act 1993 [Act 508];

"sign of the sky" means any construction consisting of a frame, dendeng Board, Board, bar, pilar, Poles, wire, or a combination of the objects, or something similar to that, construction or any thing to see and floating or set its position with wire ties or with other tools that can be resilient, as shown for the purpose of advertising trade or profession in a position so that it can be easily seen against the sky above am roof or building in the vicinity of any the street or public place;
Street, drainage and Building 17 "public places" means a building or a place specified or terkepung used or constructed or matched to use either often or sometimes as a church, Chapel, Mosque, home of idols or other places where public prayers or religious ceremonies undertaken, which is not simply a dwelling house that is used as such, or as a cinema pictures theatres, public hall, public drama room, dance hall public lecture room or showroom, restaurant, nightclub, shopping arcade or stop, or as a place of public gathering for those who enter into it with tickets or in other ways or used or constructed or matched to use either often or sometimes for any other public purpose;
"structural elements" means part or element of a buildings withstand the force and moment and includes the basic site, beam, pillar, core shear, slabs, roof trusses, stairs, walls carry the burden and all other elements that are designed to withstand the force and moment but does not include doors, Windows and walls do not carry the burden.
PART II of the ROAD maintenance and repair of public roads 4. (1) local authorities shall, to the extent that the group the money would allow, directing that all public roads along with her address, whether or not covered with arcades, maintained and repaired and may — (a) direct that it was dilepa, paved with metal or slabs, held its channel, paritnya, bebendulnya, the lamp housing or in other ways its surface and transgressors seem fair, ditinggikan or depressed paddock situation changed as he may deem fit;
(b) make and maintain that is in good condition any broadcast walk for pedestrian use at any of the road;
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13318 (c) install on the side of the foot or otherwise broadcast any fences and pillars needed to protect pedestrians;
(d) to street lighting.
Boundary (2) local authorities can set up or install in any premises adjoining a public roads, boundary stone or other marks to indicate the length, width and alignment of the road.
Penalty (3) any person that moves, disfigure or damage any boundary or sign erected in accordance with this Act shall be on conviction a fine not exceeding five hundred ringgit.
The owner or occupier shall protect boundary (4) Owners and residents for any premises in which the or it rock or the sign erected or installed shall protect the sign or stone.
(5) expenses of replace any rocks or sign shall be paid by the population, or if the premises not occupied by the owner, and may be claimed in a hereinafter provided.
Authority to make and improved road 5. Local authorities may, with the agreement of the State authorities — (a) the arrangements and make streets and backlanes new;
(b) mendiri and build a bridge and tunnel;
(c) turning up, redirect, leave or close any public roads; and the street, drainage and building 19 (d) expanding into, open, enlarge or otherwise mengelokkan any public roads.
Authority to take land as close to the new road for the purpose of building 6. (1) on arrangements or make something new, or on the road since widened, open, growing up or otherwise improved any public roads, in addition to the land required for road cars and broadcast her legs that, local authorities may request the State authority to take land for buildings to form the road and with the agreement of the State authority may — (a) erect any building on the land taken or amend any existing building on it; and (b) sell and dispose of land or the building with any promises and conditions as he thinks fit as to the class and type of building to be erected on the land.
(2) for the purposes of subsection (1), with respect to the Federal territory of a reference to the State authority shall be construed as a reference to the Federal Government.
Authority to take shall be according to the law relating to forced recruitment 7. (1) if any of the immovable property that is not a State Government land required to be taken for any of the purposes under section 5 and 6, the property can be retrieved by any law relating to forced acquisition of land for the time being in force in the State in which such property is situated.
(2) for the purposes of subsection (1) in respect of the Federal territory of reference to land the State Government shall be construed as a reference to federal land.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13320 local authorities can claim the cost of new roads or the costs of expanding into, opening, etc., of public roads 8. (1) when local authorities had made a new road or has since widened, opening, enlarge or otherwise improved a public roads, it may, with the approval of the State authority, claim the costs of taking the land for, and to — (a) to build the new road;
(b) expanding into, open, enlarge or otherwise improved public roads that, of the developer or the owner of the field forward or both.
(2) if the amount of the money payable by the developer, the amount of money that can be claimed from the developers in the manner hereinafter provided.
(3) if the costs payable by the owner of the field forward, the person becomes the owner of the field when the work completed shall be liable to pay him and the amount of money that can be claimed in a hereinafter provided.
(4) in determining the respective amounts payable by the owner of the field ahead of the developers or local authorities can give consideration to any or all of the following factors: (a) the field before their respective premises;
(b) extensive premises they respectively;
(c) the extent of the benefits to be obtained by the premises with the construction of the road;
(d) if any part of the road was constructed earlier than that, the amount and value of the road works have been performed by the owner of the field, maybe it;
(e) reasonable charges in respect of measurement and monitoring;
Street, drainage and Building 21 (f) costs of premises extradited by the owner voluntarily to the local authority; and (g) any other matter that in the opinion of the local authority is relevant and should be considered.
(5) if the developer or the owner of the field, maybe it is dissatisfied with the proportions, he may within one month of receiving notice of the Division, appeal to the State authority and the Authority's decision shall be final and shall not be subject to any appeal or reviewed in any Court of law.
(6) local authorities may exclude any owner field presence or the front of the class the owner field pay all or part of the cost of the road works.
Private people make new road 9. (1) No person shall make any way without written consent from local authorities.
(2) any person proposing to make a new road must apply to the local authorities, accompanied by a plan in duplicate, indicating the level and the construction of the proposed road and houses will be built on the land adjoining thereto and proposed pemaritannya way and also with a statement stating for what it proposed: provided that the local authority cannot approve the plans clear for any new roads unless the land use for this purpose has been approved by the appropriate authority entitled under any law relating to town and country planning.
(3) local authorities may give directions in writing to the people who produce a plan for a new road in respect of any of the details of the following: (a) compliance with this Act and any by-laws made thereunder;
Laws of Malaysia ACT (b) the 13322 line the new road, to ensure that it becomes a road unfettered by any existing road or any proposed new road;
(c) level, in material and construction of the new;
(d) hold a lane away and largely, the determination of the foot lanes and slopes;
(e) convene in the new cross roads or lanes cross back;
(f) the width of the new street;
(g) the width of any road or cross back alley, which shall rows measuring required by local authorities;
(h) the slope, level and how the new street pemaritan and any road or cross back alley;
(i) the new street corner round a size;
(j) to sewers and magnitude, the determination of, and the slope for the sewers; and

(k) to street lighting, and the person to whom written instruction is given shall amend the plan accordingly.
(4) the person who pelannya was approved by the local authorities and every successor in title to the person, in so far as it is located in the land to take it, shall organize the new road and marks the border with boundary or other marks as determined by the local authorities to show length, width and alignment of the road.
(5) where the new road has not been arranged and marked within six months from the date of the plan or approved within the more as may be approved by the local authority, the local authority can enter the land and organize the new roads and marking the border on the expense of the person who approved the pelannya or at the expense of his successor in title.
Street, drainage and Building 23 (6) the person who pelannya was approved by the local authority and its successors in title, in so far as it is located in the land taking shall, if he is to build the new roads, building new roads in accordance with plans approved by the local authorities in the period as specified in the approval: provided that the local authority may renew that approval for such period as he thinks necessary.
(7) any person who — (a) to build a new road in any way except by according to the plan approved by the local authorities under this section;
(b) without permission in writing from the local authority planting any plant fence in a way that any part thereof is in accordance with any direction less than twenty feet from the middle of the road car for any road, which is not a public road, or less than forty feet from the side opposite the street for any road or lane used or proposed to be used as a means of access to the two houses or more excluding the width of any broadcast distance required by the authorities locally; or (c) construct any sewer or drain line road bridge on new it in any way except by following the plan and approved by the local authorities, can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand dollars, and a Magistrate shall, on the application of local authorities, make a mandatory order against the offender requires it implement any one or more of the following works : (i) change it;
(ii) remove any such cultivated plants fence;
(iii) modify or move any culverts or bridges so; or laws of Malaysia ACT 13324 (iv) compliance with the plan approved by the local authorities.
(8) where a new road is shown as proposed for pedestrians, the local authority may impose such conditions as may be specified by him to ensure that the new road is not being used by car or car class.
(9) any person who opens or uses it in contravention of conditions imposed under subsection (8) may on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars and can also be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day the offence is continued after delivered a notice require the terminated the infringement.
(10) No person can erect or maintain or membenar erected or maintained any obstruction in any street, and local authorities may, at any of the obstacles is the barrier to collapse and throw and the cost and expenses of do the same can be claimed from those who establish, maintain or allow the obstacles erected or maintained and can be claimed in the manner hereinafter provided.
(11) for the purposes of this section, connect an existing road or expand or modify an existing road or match for traffic transportation a road made to other traffic shall be deemed to make a new road on the entire road.
(12) if the person applying under subsection (2) are not satisfied with a given set of instructions or the refusal of local authorities, he may, within seven days from the date of receiving the instructions or the refusal, appeal to the State authority and the Authority's decision shall be final.
(13) If within two months from the date of receiving the application and plan under this section, the local authorities do not approve, do not reject or do not make a written instruction in respect of, the applicants can apply to the State authority and the powers vested in the local authority under this section shall be subsequently vested in State authority.
Street, drainage and Building plan approval shall terminate 25 10. All plans to make a new road has been approved under the provisions of any written law before the commencement of this Act shall terminate when the end of one year from the date of commencement of this Act: provided that local authorities can allow a renewal of the approval for a period as it may specify, but each renewal shall not be, at its cost, more than twelve months.
Backfilling activities, etc., private road 11. (1) where in the opinion of the local authority of any private street or any part of a private road would require road works, the local authority shall direct that prepared the plan and determination for the road works and also an estimate of cost and a temporary distribution estimated expenses between the front of the field owner or developer or both and shall serve a notice of the decision to each and every one of the owner of the field presence or the developer requires they perform to the satisfaction of the local authority and According to the written instructions of the local authorities the road works within the period specified in the notice.
Distribution costs (2) is estimated At dividing the cost between the owner of the field presence or developers, local authorities can give consideration to any or all of the following factors: (a) the field before their respective premises;
(b) extensive premises they respectively;
(c) the extent of the benefits to be obtained by the premises with the construction of the road works;
(d) the amount and value of road works have been carried out by any owner or developer field presence;
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13326 (e) reasonable costs of measurement, monitoring and broadcasting and delivery of notices; and (f) any other matter that in the opinion of the local authority is relevant and should be considered.
Plans, etc., shall be open for inspection by or on behalf of any person who has served a notice (3) within one month from the date of issuance to delivery notice referred to in subsection (1), the plan, determination, estimate and the temporary allocation shall be open for inspection by or on behalf of anyone who has delivered the notice and by or on behalf of the owner of any building or possession listed in the Office of the local authority; and the notice shall state — (a) that the plan, determination, estimate and delegation meanwhile is so open for inspection as aforesaid during office hours normal until one day (not less than one month from the date of delivery of the notice issued to) when local authorities will consider any objections to the proposed road works or against the plan, determination, estimate and delegation of temporary or any amendments thereto; and (b) that in the event of non-compliance of the requirements of the local authority as may be specified in the notice, the local authority itself will direct that the road works carried out.
Local authorities may amend the plan, etc., for any road works (4) the local authority may from time to time amend the plan, determination, estimate and distribution while for any road works, but if by virtue of an amendment that estimates of any private street or any part thereof increased or distribution while the cost of the road works on any premises added, notice was presented previously should be withdrawn by the local authority and a new notice-based plan , determination, estimate and Division Street, drainage and Building 27 temporary amended or any of them shall be conveyed by the local authorities in accordance with the provisions of subsection (1) and plan, determination, estimate and distribution while the amended shall be such open also for inspection.
The owner of the field presence can object to the implementation of the proposed road works and also plan, etc.

(5) within one month referred to in subsection (3) the owner of the field presence or the developer indicated rank Meanwhile or distribution while the as amended be liable to pay any portion of an expense that can perform the way, by notice in writing delivered perfectly to the local authorities, protesting against a proposed road works and against plan , determination, estimate and delegation of temporary or against any one or more of them or against any amendments thereto in accordance with subsection (4) on any one or more of the following reasons: (a) that the private road or part thereof that is alleged is not or not be part of a road within the meaning of this Act;
(b) that the private road or part thereof the alleged are (all or in part) a public roads;
(c) that there is something material matters which do not follow regulations, any defect or error in, or about, decisions, notices, plans, determination, estimate or temporary Division or its amendments;
(d) that the proposed road works is insufficient or unreasonable or that the expense as it is estimated that it is excessive;
(e) that a premises should be excluded from the allocation in the meantime or listed them;
(f) that the temporary allocation or Division of temporary amended it is incorrect about a matter of fact that will be set out in the objection or (if the delegation meanwhile is made in relation to other considerations other than the front of the field as provided for in the laws of Malaysia ACT 13328 this section) about the extent of benefits derived by any person or the amount and value of any road works have been carried out by the owner or occupier of a premises.
Objections (6) after the protest made properly under subsection (5) investigated and after people who made it are given the opportunity to be heard, the local authority may, in its discretion, confirm or amend the plan, determination, estimate and Division in the meantime.
(7) plan, determination, estimate and distribution while confirmed or varied in such a way shall be open for inspection by the person referred to in subsection (3) or (4) within normal office hours at the Office of the local authorities and a notice stating that it shall be open for inspection shall be published in such manner as may be determined by local authorities.
(8) there are any objection can be made to the estimates or division instruction, revised it.
When local authorities can perform (9) If the road work — (a) is not started within the period specified in the notice served under subsection (1);
(b) is not started within thirty days from the date of confirmation or amendment under subsection (6); or (c) having started, and then suspended or not completed within the period specified in a notice under subsection (1) or within thirty days from the date of confirmation or amendment under subsection (6), as the case may be, the local authority may, if it thinks fit, direct that the road works are carried out and completed.
Street, drainage and Building 29 final Divisions upon completion of work (10) when road works were completed by the local authority and its cost is determined, the local authority shall direct that a division of the end for the cost of the road is made by dividing the expenses according to the same rate as the rate with which the estimated expenses were divided in the Division of temporary or temporary rank amended it (as the case may be) and the separation of the final shall be conclusive for all purposes and the final allocation notice shall be served upon the person to whom is the owner of the field forward at the time of completion of the work involved by it or developers or both, and the amount of money thereby divided can be claimed in the manner hereinafter provided.
The extent of the liability of the owner when the expense exceeded (11) If expenses incurred by local authorities in carrying out the road as shown in the distribution end of it exceeds the estimated expense as shown in the Division of temporary or provisional divisions of the amended (as the case may be) of the owner of the field presence or developers involved shall not be liable to pay part of the expenses as indicated in the distribution end of it more than an amount equal to the amount of the estimated indicated in the temporary allocation plus ten percent of them.
(12) (a) local authorities may, of the charge on the owner of the field presence or developers, to pay all or part of the cost of the road works and can exclude any premises or class of premises from paying all or part of the cost which is divided into the premises or class of premises that.
(b) if local authorities exclude any premises or class of premises from paying all or part of the cost which are divided into it, the local authority shall pay the amount of money that is divided into the premises or class of premises such as if it were the owner of the premises or class of premises that.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13330 (13) for the purposes of this section "Developer" means developers for land owned by the person who will be the owner of the field ahead.
The Declaration of public roads 12. (1) if the road works have been implemented to the satisfaction of the local authority under this part on a private road or part of a private road, which is not less than forty feet across, at the request of — (a) on road works carried out under section 11 of the owner listed in the field before the end of the divisions of the Association has an annual value of more than fifty per cent of the total annual value of the premises listed such; or (b) on road works other than a few people the owner field future for private road or part of a private road Association has an annual value of more than fifty per cent of the total annual value of premises fronting, adjoining or incidental, (though not actually fronting, adjoining or incidental to such) next to or have a past to a private road or to the part of the private street as the case may be , require the private road is a private road or part of it declared as a public road, the local authority shall declare it as a public roads and streets shall be thus became a public road and maintained forever afterwards by local authorities.
(2) the Declaration shall be published in such manner as it thinks fit by local authorities.
Private roads may be declared as public roads 13. (1) where a road, which is not a public road, held the first Asian dirata and paritnya, and whether dilepa, paved with metal or slabs to the satisfaction of the authorities of the street, drainage and building local 31, it may either upon request of the owner of the field presence or other, if he thinks fit, declare that it shall be a public roads at the end of one month from the date of the Declaration.
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (1) the local authority may require the owner of the field before the holding of the lamp for the path to the satisfaction of the local authority as a condition precedent of the declaration under subsection (1).
(3) a copy of the objects you want to declare it as a public street shall be ditampalkan immediately in a road section of the see.
(4) upon the conclusion of that period, unless the owner of the field presence of the owner or persons who have some fields before larger in terms of annual value has protested against him by notice to local authorities in writing under the hand of their then the road shall be a public road and maintained eternity thereafter by local authorities.
(5) after considering the objections or if there are no objections after the expiry of that period the local authority shall declare it as public roads in the manner he thinks fit.
Expand the road 14. (1) when the local authority decide that it is necessary to expand, open, growing up or otherwise improved a private road or any part of a private road, the local authority shall prepare a plan showing the premises to be taken for the purpose of carrying out the work expanding into growing up, open, or otherwise improved it: provided that an intake of premises shall be according to the law relating to forced acquisition of land.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13332 Intake buildings if part become useless

(2) if any part of a building which is located on a stake is taken under this section and with things so the remaining part of the building that became useless again, then the State authorities shall, if so required by the owner, took part of his holding the rest of the Division that the building became a part of it.
The intake of all holdings in the particular case (3) If any part of the beliefs that there are any building located on that part or proportion of the remaining holding is taken under this section and to such matter, parts of the remaining holdings be useless again as the site of the building, the State authority shall, if so required by the owner, took part of his holding the rest.
(4) the cost of acquisition under this section may be claimed from the developer or owner field forward or both.
Owner reimburse the cost of acquisition (5) where the cost to be claimed from the owner of the field forward, the cost should be divided between those which are owner-owner field future for the road at the time of completion of the work of spreading, open, grow or other work improved and the amount of money that can be divided as hereinafter provided be claimed from such persons by the State authority.
Factors to be considered when making an appropriation (6) on the divide between its cost in the area of future owner, developer or local authorities can Street, drainage and Building 33 consider any or all of the following factors: (a) the field before their respective premises;
(b) extensive premises they respectively;
(c) the extent of the benefits to be obtained by the premises with spreading it;
(d) the amount and value of road works have been implemented by any owner or developer field presence;
(e) the cost of premises handed over voluntarily by the owner to the local authorities; and (f) any other matter that in the opinion of the local authority is relevant and should be considered.
(7) the owner of the field presence or developers involved by the Division may be within one month after receiving the notice to pay the amount of the appeal to the State authority and the Authority's decision shall be final.
(8) pending the decision of the State authority, the owner of the field presence or developer is bound to pay the amount of money that first and if the results of the State authority is for the benefit of the appeal, the local authority shall meremit total of the money or part of the amount of money as the case may be.
(9) for the purposes of subsection (1), (2) and (3) in respect of the Federal territory, a reference to the State authority shall be construed as a reference to the Federal Government.
(10) for the purposes of this section "Developer" means developers for land owned by the person who will be the owner of the field ahead.
Repairing private 15. (1) where a private road or any part thereof is in a State of dangerous or defective, the local authority may, by notice in writing, require that — (a) developers;
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13334 (b) the owner of the field ahead for a road; or (c) any other person who in the opinion of the local authority was liable to cause the road is dangerous or defective, directing that it be repaired and properly amended within the time prescribed in the notice and can specify in the notice the date of the previous work that you want to start.
(2) if any owner field presence or the developer or any other person fails to comply with the requirements of the notice, the local authority can itself cause to work is made and the owner of the field forward, developers or other person shall pay to the local authorities and the furtherance of cost as divided by the local authority: provided that if the owner of the field presence or developers or others that does not start the work before the date specified under subsection (1) , the local authority may, in its discretion, even if the period specified in the notice to complete the work that has not yet expired, itself cause to work is made and can claim costs and furtherance by means of provided later than that.
(3) if any owner or developer or field before any others are not satisfied with the Division of costs, he may within one month from the date notice is received an appeal to the State authority and State Authorities decision thereon shall be final and not subject to any appeal in any court.
(4) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (1) and (2), the local authority may, in its discretion, and to the extent the Fund that can be used by it will allow, perform on his own road works on the furtherance of any private street or a part thereof as may be deemed necessary or beneficial for health, safety, convenience or comfort of the public: provided that the implementation of the road works on the expenses of local authorities does not affect the liability of the owner of the field presence or the developer or any other person under the subsection (1) and (2).
Street, drainage and Building 35 (5) a certificate from the local authority States that it is of the opinion that the person named in the certificate is responsible for causing a private road or in part are dangerous or defective shall be prima facie evidence of the facts for the purpose of any proceeding to get the cost and expenses of repairing the private.
(6) for the purposes of this section "Developer" means developers for land owned by the person who will be the owner of the field ahead.
Notice on the person causing the private road is dangerous or defective 16. (1) if local authorities are of the opinion that any owner of the field before or any of the others is liable to cause a private road or any part thereof is dangerous or defective the local authority may, by notice, require that person so don't use again the private road for the purpose of transporting any article, material or substance, or prohibit the road used by car from the class specified up to that person to deposit with the local authorities the sum of determined by the local authority.
(2) the local Government shall determine the amount of money to be deposited with a local authority under subsection (1) pay attention to costs and expenses which may be executed in the event it is directing that the repair work is done.
(3) any owner of the field forward, developers or someone else who fails to comply with the notice can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a period of up to twelve months or to both.
(4) the certificate of the local authorities stated that in its opinion the owner field of the future, the developers or other people named in the certificate is responsible for causing a private road or in part the laws of Malaysia ACT 13336 is dangerous or defective shall be prima facie evidence of the facts for the purpose of any prosecution under this section.
Payment must be made before the building was erected on the road works 17. (1) subject to this section — (a) If a building to be erected will have the field forward at a private road which local authorities may exercise its powers under the provisions of section 11 for require the road works carried out or to carry out road works on its own; or (b) for a case in which the application is required, under the provisions of section 9 in order to make a new road, there are no any work can be started or done for the purpose of erecting the building, unless — (aa) those who establish the building have been deposited with the local authorities a sum of money, if any, as much as is required to be deposited in accordance with an order made under section 18; or (bb) deposit on the stand of the building or the building has exempted class under an order made by the State authority under subsection (8): provided that such person may, if local authorities agree, of the deposit of a sum of money, to provide a security to the satisfaction of the local authority.
(2) if any work for setting up a new building started in contravention to subsection (1), the local authority shall serve a notice in writing to the person who, in the opinion of the local authority, is responsible for starting any work, or affixing a notice at the site of the new building was erected, roads, drainage and building 37 requires that person or any other person so stop the construction works immediately and construction work shall not be resumed unless the requirements under subsection (1) have been followed.

(3) if the person who delivered the notice to him under subsection (2) States that he is not a person who is responsible for starting any work that, he shall, within seven days from the date of the notice served upon him, handed a letter to the local authorities deny the obligation.
(4) where a work for setting up a new building started in contravention to subsection (1) the person responsible for initiating the work can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding twelve months or to both.
(5) any person who fails to comply with a notice under subsection (2) may, in addition to a penalty imposed under subsection (4), to a fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars for each day the notice is not complied with.
(6) where any person has been convicted of an offence under subsection (4) or (5) or both and the completed building was erected, the Court in which that person has been convicted may, in addition to the fine or imprisonment that may be imposed by it under subsection (4) or (5) or both, memerintahkannya so that depositing any amount that he is required to deposit under section 18, and the amount that can be claimed under the laws for the time being in force in order to obtain payment of the fine.
(7) a certificate of the local authorities stated that it was of the view that — (a) that the person named in the certificate is responsible for starting a piece of work for to erect a new building; or (b) that a new building with which an indictment was brought in respect of any work that has been started, for violating the provisions of subsection (1) has been completed, the laws of Malaysia ACT 13338 shall be prima facie evidence of the facts for the purposes of a prosecution under this section.
(8) the State authority may by order in writing exempt a class a building or buildings from the provisions of subsection (1).
Determine the amount to be deposited and the date of completion of 18. (1) any person intending to start any work to erect a new building shall, unless exempted, apply to the local authority to obtain an order from the local authorities determine the amount required to be deposited for road works and the date on or earlier the road works to be completed.
(2) the person who applied for an order shall within fourteen days from the date the order was delivered to him depositing with the local authorities the sum specified in the order or provide security.
(3) in making the order the local authorities should pay attention to the amount that will be spent by him if it executes it under this Act.
(4) any person who is dissatisfied with the order shall, within ten days from the date the order was delivered to him, appeal to the State authority and State Authorities decision thereon shall be final and shall not be subject to any appeal in any court.
Local authorities can implement and direct that properly carried out road works 19. (1) if the job is not started after building work started or not performed to the satisfaction of the local authority, for a case in which a deposit has been made or security given under subsection 18 (2), the local authority may, at any time after giving notice of his wish to do so implement or direct that the road works are carried out properly.
Street, drainage and Building 39 (2) the cost for implementing the road works or to direct that the road works are carried out properly by the local authority must be obtained from deposits made or security given under subsection 18 (2).
Refund of deposit when road works are completed 20. (1) If a deposit has been made or security given under subsection 18 (2) and road works have been carried out to the satisfaction of the local authority, the local authority shall refund to the person who has made the deposit or securities that have given all or part of the deposit or of the securities.
(2) local authorities can keep the deposit or the security or any part of the security deposit or, if it is of the opinion that — (a) the road works has not been properly implemented; or (b), in respect of building works to erect any building that has not been started or completed, will require further work carried out; or (c) deposit or securities that is required for a period of maintenance, and such period shall not exceed twelve months.
(3) in this section and in section 19 "building works" means works carried out to erect a new building including work in the form of preparation for the new erection.
Refund of deposit when the building work is not started 21. (1) any person who has made a deposit or provide a security under subsection 18 (2) and who then decide will not proceed with the erection of any building, with no start any work buildings, shall serve a notice to local authorities about his proposal will not proceed with the erection of the building.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13340 (2) local authorities shall, upon receipt of the notice, revoke the approval plan and determination in respect of a proposed building.
(3) the local authority shall refund the deposit or part of it or return the securities or part thereof as he may.
The preparation of the scheme for building 22. (1) where the local authority has reason to believe that any land may be used for the purpose of the building, it can set up a scheme with a plan made under any law relating to town and country planning, showing roads, backlanes and open areas he may deem necessary to guarantee the State of cleanliness, facilities and benefits should be related to organize and use the land and the land nearby.
(2) immediately after the scheme provided the local authorities shall publish a public notice in respect of the provision of such schemes in the Gazette and in any other newspaper or local newspapers determined by local authorities, by giving details of the place where copies of the scheme may be inspected, invite the objection in writing of any person in respect of the scheme and specify the period (which shall not be less than one month) the objection can be made.
(3) in the absence of any objection within the objection can be made local authorities shall apply to the State authorities to seek an order that the scheme is confirmed.
(4) if there is an objection of local authorities shall, after the expiry of the objection admissible, considering the objection that and respect it may hear any person who filed an objection on the calling voices be heard.
Street, drainage and Building 41 (5) after considering the objections of local authorities shall submit to the State authority skimnya whether modified or not and may be recorded because it refused to modify or cause it to modify in the foolishness.
Orders can be made with conditions (6) the State authority may by order confirm the scheme put forward by the local authority under subsection (3) or (5) and shall, in verifying the scheme, modify the scheme or impose such conditions as it deems fit by the State authority.
The State authority may modify the scheme (7) the State authority may at any time after any scheme certified under subsection (6) to modify the scheme or any part thereof on application by either the owner of the land involved or by the local authority but only after giving every owner or owner is known to any property which in his opinion is affected by the modification and after giving local authorities an opportunity to be heard either personally or by counsel.
The effect of a plan forming part of the scheme (8) a plan which forms part of a scheme made under this section shall, for the purposes of section 70 has the same effect as a plan approved by the local authorities under this section: provided that the obligations ditanggungkan by such schemes shall not be bound by any person unless and until such person to submit a plan to erect a building on a piece of land contained in plan under section 70.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13342 Line rules can be laid down 23. (1) local authorities may, with the permission of the State authority, setting a line on each side of the public road in which there are any part of a building adjoining the street that can be built after the line set, except under section 34.
(2) a prescribed line such is called "line rules of the road".
Local authorities can in particular case take possession of the land in the vicinity of the line of the road rules

24. (1) When a building or any part of a building which is located in the vicinity of the line of the road collapsed or burnt arrangements or diruntuhkan then local authorities can take possession of the land division in the vicinity of the road rules line occupied by the building and, if necessary, melapangkannya.
(2) where any land, whether open or terkepung, located in the vicinity of the line of the road rules and is not occupied by a home, or if a platform, balcony, stairs or any other building outside a House adjoining a public road or part of a platform, balcony, stairs or other building like it is in the order of line area roads , the local authority may, after giving to the owner of the land or the building owner a notice in writing not less than seven clear days are that means you want to do so, take possession of the land as well as with a wall, fence or fence that mengepungnya plants, if any, or platform, balcony, stairs or other construction, and if necessary, melapangkannya.
Land acquired became part of the road (3) land acquired such possession under this section shall be taken by the State authority at the request of local authorities as the case law relating to forced acquisition of land and when taken the land shall be deemed to be a part of the public roads.
Street, drainage and Building 43 (4) for the purposes of subsection (3), in respect of federal territory, a reference to the State authority shall be construed as a reference to the Federal Government.
Hold broadcast distance, etc.
25. (1) where there is a field presence to the public roads and fields, maybe it no House on it to continuous four feet or more, and maybe it is located between the arcade or broadcast public feet or between the building with an other way, the local authority may, by notice in writing, require the owner or the owner-the owner for future field blank or owner-owner of several fields before forming the field, maybe it allows immediately without compensation so that a repost away rows measuring seven feet or rows measuring equal lanjar field before the empty, whichever is less, is made for the public along the front of the field, and, if necessary for this purpose, shifted back any wall, fence, fence, most plant or other similar construction that separates his land or land them from public roads it to a distance of not more than seven feet from the edge of the road within three months from the date of the notice it.
(2) the cost to build and maintain a broadcast away games to be made under the authority granted in this section, as well as the costs of recovering back any buildings mentioned above, shall be borne by the local authorities and given the notice required shall include a determination of the works required and the materials to be used and also an offer by local authorities to pay any sum specified in it as a cost of doing the work.
Who want to carry out (3) on receiving the notice the owner or owner-the owner may either carry out the work in respect of the field before them respectively or require local authorities run it and, if any owner that laws of Malaysia ACT 13344 carry out work that does not complete the work within the period specified in the notice, the local authority may enter into and carry out the work.
Plan shall be submitted (4) for every case in which a broadcast feet made under this section, the local authority shall deliver to every person of the owner of the land is a plan showing land taken for the feet and broadcast a statement which means that the land is taken under this section to be used as a broadcast public feet, subject however to the right of every person of the owner and his successor in title at any time to build something with nothing manner and to such extent as he is entitled to build it if the land is not taken to be used as a broadcast public feet.
Local authorities can install the lamp post and lamp 26. (1) the local authority may direct that an iron lamp, lamp or other light appliance installed or affixed on or against a wall or fence jerjak any building or blockades, by doing as little damage to it, or so installed or put in any other way it deems fit by it in the vicinity of any street or place and may direct that a number of light from any size and type to be held and installed and placed on iron the lamp and the lamp to illuminate all or any of the road and that place and also direct that the road and the place is illuminated with lights at the time as may be necessary.
Pipe shall be installed Palung and (2) the owner of every home and building shall, within twenty-one days after the notice was delivered from the local authority in that behalf, install and maintain in good condition palung, small and pipes to receive and carry water from the roof and other parts of the home or building the road, drainage and building 45 and for the water drain in any way directed by local authorities so that the water does not afflict at the road or so that the water does not enter any sewer.
(3) if the notice is not complied with then the local authority may at any time after the expiration of the time specified that direct that work is made and the costs and expenses of doing so to be paid to local authorities by the owner that the defaults.
The position of the pipes, etc., should be modified on the expenses of local authorities 27. (1) If for the purposes of this Act, the local authorities think need to exalt, embeds, lowering or other change in any position the tap water or other water works, electric lights cable or wire Telegraph key or other electrical light or telegraph that cultivated in any way, it may, by notice in writing, require the person or authority who have or control any pipe , works, cable, mains or tools that cause immediately or as soon as possible so that any pipe, cable, mains works, or the ditinggikan tools, embedded, or in other depressed paddock situation changed its position by any other means directed by it: provided that the variation is not something that will bring disaster forever to work, cable, mains or utensils or block water from flowing freely and easily as before.
(2) the expenses of carrying out work to exalt, embeds, lowering or changing it, and reasonable compensation because of damage caused by such, can be paid by local authorities.
(3) where the person or authority who have or control any pipe, work, mains cable, or the tools, not acting immediately or as soon as possible after receiving a notice to cause to tap, work, mains cable, or the ditinggikan tools, embedded, depressed paddock situation or varied in the manner required by the laws of Malaysia ACT 13346 the notice, a Magistrate shall be , on the application of the local authority, issue a mandatory order requiring the necessary work is carried out.
If damaged roads because local authorities can korokan repair and claim expenses 28. (1) if the previous roads, drains or Street sidewalk on any public roads or incidental to any public road is broken by reason or as a result of something korokan on land incidental to the road, the drains or Street sidewalk that local authorities can repair and fix the damage done.
(2) all costs and costs arising thereof shall be paid to the local authority by the owner of the land on which the korokan has done.
Roads within the 29. (1) subject to the approval of the State authority, local authorities can set name with a road to be known and you can change the name of any road or any part of a road.
(2) the local authority may direct that the name of any road painted, or otherwise marked, in a conspicuous place, at a House, building or construction on or close to it and from time to time change the font name or renew any road, if the road name changed or the writing becomes illegible.
(3) any person who destroy, tear down, disfigures, close or hide any writing the name of a street that was installed with legal law, or install in any way any other names that are different from the name that was given to legally binding law to it can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred ringgit.
Hydrants position 30. (1) the local authority may direct that attached to the snows at any part of an any home or building conspicuous position of the taps of the street, drainage and building 47

close the fire once and can put fire alarm, electrical or otherwise, in the appropriate places on the road.
Penalties for the destruction (2) any person who destroy, tear down, disfigures, close or hide any of the snows can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred ringgit.
House number 31. (1) local authorities shall at his discretion, assign a number to a home or building and may affix a sign showing the number in a place easily visible on the exterior of a home or the building or at the entrance of the building is faced with blockades of roads, and may from time to time change the number or replace or patch again any token that number.
Penalties for the destruction (2) any person who destroy, tear down, disfigures, close or hide any indication it can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred ringgit.
The owner and shall preserve the number (3) the owner and the residents of the home or building must maintain that number.
(4) Expenses for replacing or affix the any of the numbers that have been destroyed, diruntuhkan or dicacatkan, closed or hidden shall be paid by the residents of or, if the building is not occupied by the owner, and may be claimed in the manner hereinafter provided.
The door cannot open outward 32. (1) all doors, gates, bars or window level land open on any road shall be suspended or placed so as not to open outward unless laws of Malaysia ACT 13348 if doors, gates, bars or window level land is suspended or placed in a way that, in the opinion of the local authority, does not cause any obstruction in any street that.
(2) where a door, gates, bars or window hanging or placed so that open outward on any road, the owner of the premises to which the doors, gates, bars or window is installed shall, within fourteen days after the notice was delivered from local authorities for that purpose, direct that door, gates, bars or window adjusted so as not to open outward.
The projected from home not permitted 33. (1) local authorities may give notice in writing to the owner or occupier of a house or building so that transfer or alter any projection, violated boundaries or obstacles that have been or may be erected or placed on or in front of the House or building that, if projected, langgar border or barrier that protrude on any public roads or menjulur into any public roads or in any manner whatsoever protrude into any public roads or violate the boundaries of any public roads or It is an obstacle to security and pleasure's right along any public road or stop or protrude into or over any akuadak, drainage or sewer in the road.
The projected from home shall be deleted (2) the owner or occupier shall, within fourteen days or within the time extended as permitted by the local authority, after communicated the notice to it, delete the projection, the border is violated or obstacles or change projection, the border is violated or obstacles in a manner as directed in the notice.
The owner can claim expenses of the population (3) in the event of projection, langgar border or barrier that has been made or assembled by the residents and expenses for delete or change it was paid by the owner, of the street, drainage and building 49 includes payment by the owner to the local authorities if the work has been carried out by local authorities under the powers hereinafter , the owner shall be entitled to claim reasonable expenses of the population.
Residents can claim expenses from the owner (4) in the event of projection, langgar border or barrier that is not made or were not installed by the residents and expenses for delete or change it has been paid by him, including payment by him to the local authorities if the work has been carried out by local authorities under the powers hereinafter provided, then the population is entitled to deduct the expense reasonable rent payable by it to the owner.
Local authorities shall pay if legal construction law (5) if the projection, violated boundaries or obstacles that have been made in legal law, local authorities shall pay the expenses of delete or change it and give reasonable compensation to every person suffering damage due to deletion or alteration, and, if any dispute arises regarding the amount of the compensation It shall be determined in the manner hereinafter provided.
Balcony which protrude, etc., can be made on the road no less than 40 feet across 34. (1) the local authority may give consent in writing to the owner of the home or building fronting, adjoining or incidental to the public roads that its width not less than forty feet to growing signs of non open, observing strict safety, blockers, frames the weather and signage and on consent that it may impose such conditions as it thinks fit.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13350 (2) in the event of a breach of any condition that local authorities can give the owner or occupier to comply with the notice and, if the conditions are not complied with within thirty days, a Magistrate may, on the application of local authorities, make an order mandatory so that the projection is deleted.
Penalty (3) any person who contravenes any condition imposed under subsection (1) may on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars and can also be liable to a fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars for each day the offence is continued after a notice to meremidi violations that have been duly delivered to the owner or occupier.
Sign sky 35. (1) no any sign of heaven can be erected in any place in the local authority area without written consent from local authorities.
(2) local authorities may give notice in writing to the owner or occupier of any premises thereon any sign of heaven was established in such a way to eliminate signs of the heavens, and the owner or occupier shall eliminate the mark the sky within fourteen days after the notice was delivered to him.
Fence plant and trees adjacent to the road should the crop 36. (1) the local authority may by notice in writing require the owner or occupier of any land so that cropping or prune the plant fence on it adjoining any path so that the plant fence no more than seven feet tall from street level, and, on the fence to plant within fifteen yards from an angle, not more than four feet high from the road level , and that cutting and cropping all trees or branches that are terjuntai on any road.
Street, drainage and Building 51 (2) if the owner or occupier fails to comply with the notice within the period specified therein, the local authority itself may direct that such works done and claim costs and furtherance in the manner hereinafter provided.
Prevent fire grass 37. (1) if the local authority is satisfied that any grass, or other plants either growing or not is in a combustible or may be dangerous to the life or property if it burns, the local authority may by notice in writing require the owner or occupier of land where grass or plants grown or located so as to remove them from the land is within a period specified by the notice.
(2) if the notice is not complied with, the local authority may at any time after the expiration of the specified, if it thinks fit, direct that the work specified in the notice are performed, and the costs and expenses of doing so to be paid to local authorities by the owner or occupier who fails and may be claimed in the manner hereinafter provided.
(3) in the event of any fire on any land which a notice under subsection (1) has been given after the time limited by the notice and before the notice have been complied with in full, the cost and expenses of erasing the fire performed by the local authorities shall be paid to him by the owner or occupier who fails and may be claimed in the manner hereinafter provided and a certificate in respect of the amount of costs and expenses incurred by the authorities the local shall be conclusive evidence that the amount it has done so.
Trees should not be planted within twelve feet of 38. (1) no such trees can be grown within twelve feet from any street or alley back unless it is allowed by the local authorities.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13352

(2) a person who is planting any trees in contravention with this section shall on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars, and the tree can be cut down or dug by order of the local authorities.
Compensation in the case of certain (3) any trees there is a twelve feet from any street or back alleys or terjuntai on any street or alley back of harvestable or dug by order of local authorities: provided that if the tree is fruit trees and it was planted before the street or the back alley or games arranged for a street or back alley , the local authority shall give a compensation of which should not exceed fifty ringgit to the owner.
Takes a turap 39. (1) any person who moves the parts takes place or make any changes to turap, slabs or other materials of any public roads or to fences or pillars of any public roads without getting written permission from the local authority or other authority without the legal laws can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred ringgit.
(2) any person who willfully damage or caused or permits any damage done to any road, broadcast away, walking five, work or property, or any part thereof, belonging to the local authority or the sepanjangnya members of the public have the right 39 can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars.
Prohibition install railing, pipe, etc., along the road 40. (1) No person shall install or extending any line intersection, mains, pipes, conduit or electrical lines through, along, across, above or under any road or any place that is arranged or proposed for a road in any local authority area without obtaining written permission from the relevant authorities of the street, drainage and building local 53 and such permission may be granted or can not given discretion of the local authority and on conditions as he thinks fit.
Penalty (2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) may on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars, and local authorities can move the line of intersection, mains, pipes, conduit or electrical lines on the expense of such person.
Precautions against accidents. Transverse roads are to be built during the repairs carried out and lights turned on at night 41. (1) the local authority or a person or any other authority shall, while performing construction or repair of any road, backlanes, sewer or drain to take proper precautions against accidents with the neighbours and protect home incidental and direct that any chain or column are, as he thinks fit to be installed horizontally or at any of the road to prevent vehicles, or other cars of the past during the work carried out and direct that the illuminated with lights and adequately guarded at night.
Penalty (2) any other person or authority (but not local authorities) which do not comply with the provisions of subsection (1) may on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars.
(3) any person who merebahkan, change or transfer any are, chains or the wall or turn off any lights without the authority or consent of the local authority can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars.
Material cannot be placed without consent of the 42. (1) No person shall place any building materials or make a hole in any street or alley back without getting written permission from local authorities.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13354 fence materials and lights or holes (2) when the permission given to a person, that person shall direct that such materials or the hole be fenced or were sufficiently on the furtherance of own and shall direct that the area adequately illuminated with lights in the evening until the material transferred or up to the hole, covered or otherwise made secure to the satisfaction of the local authority.
Penalty (3) any person who place material or make a hole without such permission or upon authorization, it does not fence or not besieged or not illuminate or the hole with lights or it does not remove such materials or not menimbuskan the hole or by other means not making it safely within the time specified in the authorization shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars and can also be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for every day the offence is continued after twenty-four hours notice in writing from the local authorities to remove the material or not cause the hole.
(4) the local authority itself can fence, laid siege to and fills the material or the hole with lights and may remove such materials or menimbuskan the hole or in other ways make it secure and all costs and expenses arising therefrom shall be paid to the local authority by the person who broke it.
Hazardous places shall be repaired or were 43. (1) If, in the opinion of the local authority any tanks, wells, holes or elsewhere may be dangerous to people because it is not repaired, covered or surrounded with enough or because of any other reason, the local authority shall give notice in writing to the owner so that repair, safeguard or mengepungnya immediately to prevent danger from it.
Street, drainage and Building 55 (2) any owner who fails to comply with the notice by no reasonable cause can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars, and local authorities themselves can repair, safeguard or laid siege tanks, wells, holes or other places.
(3) all costs and expenses arising therefrom shall be paid to the local authority by the owner of the tank, the well, hole or anywhere else that.
Duty of owner or occupier for hygiene Road 44. (1) the owner or occupier of any premises adjoining with any private road to which it has access or permissions from the premises it shall direct that the adjoining road section with its premise that to part the centres including broadcast legs, rubbed and cleaned properly as far as reasonably practicable, with practical and so abuk, dust, ashes, garbage and dirt from every kind of found it collected and removed.
Notice to the owner or occupier to hygiene road (2) local authorities may by notice in writing require any person thereon any tasks ditanggungkan under subsection (1) sweep and clean the roads and collect and remove abuk, dust, ashes, garbage and dirt found it at the time or times as may be specified in the notice.
Penalties for non-compliance (3) any person who is given the notice and who do not adhere to it can without further notice to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day of non-compliance that continued and the local authority itself may direct that the work is done and the owner or occupier shall pay to the local authorities costs and expenses for the work.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13356 local authorities may enter into contracts for work (4) local authorities may enter into contracts with any owner or occupier mentioned above to sweep and clean the streets and to collect and remove abuk, dust, ash and garbage for a period deemed fit by local authorities.
(5) the amounts due are paid to local authorities by the contract is made with it can be claimed in the manner hereinafter provided.
Membasahkan road 45. Local authorities shall, so far as it considers necessary for the convenience of the public, direct that any road dibasahkan, and for that purpose the local authorities can hold any works, engines and staffing may deem necessary.
An obstacle 46. (1) any person who — (a) build, uphold, erect or maintain or permit constructed, erected, erected, or maintained a wall, fence, railing, columns or any compilation of sense, or other obstacles, in any public place;
(b) without the prior written permission from local authorities to close or stop an open drain * or akuadak on the side of any road;
(c) placing or cause to be placed any box, bag or package or trading, pot belanga, crockery, other goods or thing in any public place for a longer period than is necessary to load or unload the goods or merchandise;
* NOTE — See section 17 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A867].
Street, drainage and Building 57 (d) puts or causes placed any article or thing used for or in connection with the trednya in any public place;
(e) placing or cause placed wood, iron scrap, bad car or any part thereof, waste materials or objects or other items in any public place;

(f) placing or cause placed trash the gardens, kitchen waste or trade waste or any substance or other items in any public place; or (g) cause or allow any car stopped at any broadcast of the foot, was at fault for causing an obstruction and may be arrested without warrant by any police officer or by any officer or employee of the local authority duly authorized in writing in that behalf by the local authority and can be brought before a Magistrate and shall on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars , and about a conviction a second time or time then liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars.
Presumption (2) if it is proved in any case that any article or goods have been placed in or upon any public place adjacent to a building or land in contravention to subsection (1) shall be deemed, unless the contrary is proved that the offence has been committed by or with the consent of the residents of the building or the land.
Power transfer restrictions (3) (a) local authorities may direct that any obstacle that is transferred or can own through pekhidmatnya transfer the obstacles to an appropriate place, so that staying there the owner or the person who committed such offence and can hold the barrier up to expenses of transfer and hold it paid.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13358 (b) local authorities shall certify the expenses to the owner or the person who committed such offence and the local authority is conclusive evidence of the amount of money due it.
(c) the amount of money that can be claimed in the manner hereinafter provided.
Temporary barriers at festivals, etc.
(4) nothing-nothing in this subsection shall prevent local authorities from allowing any building while in a public place or temporary use of any part of a particular public place at festivals and ceremonies.
Put the dust on the road, etc.
47. (1) any person who — (a) put, put or remove or cause to be placed, membenar or placed or removed any abuk, dust, paper, ash, carcasses, garbage, cans, boxes, bags or other goods or thing in any public place;
(b) keep or leave any article or item in a place where it or particles therefrom have entered or may enter into a public place;
(c) menjemur any article of food or other goods or thing in any public place;
(d) delete, keeping, menumpah or scattering any blood, saltwater, liquid waste, dirty liquids or other things interfere or stain from a specific type of a way so that it melurut or get into a public place;
(e) drop, menumpah, or sow any dust, sand, Earth, gravel, clay, soil gembur, rocks, grass, dried grass, rautan, abuk wood, ash, garbage farms, roads, drainage and building 59 trash trash trade, stables, fertiliser, trash or any other item or thing in any public place, whether from a moving car or stop or by any other means;
(f) mengayak, mengirai, wash, hit or otherwise stirring any lime, ash, sand, coal, waste paper, hair, feathers or something else with something so it flown or maybe flown by the wind to a public place; or (g) remove or leave any bottle, glass, cans, food containers, food packaging, food particles or any article or other articles in a public place, shall be guilty of an offence under this section and may be arrested without warrant by any police officer or by any officer or employee of the local authority duly authorized in writing in that behalf by the local authority and can be brought before a Magistrate and shall on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars, and on conviction a second time or time then liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars.
(2) if within a building or buildings constructed, altered or diruntuhkan or at any time whatsoever a person — (a) put it, dropping, leaving or houses, or allow or cause dijatuh, left already placed, or placed in or upon any public place, any stone, cement, soil, sand, wood or materials, goods or things other buildings; or (b) do not take the proper precautions to prevent danger to life, health or kesentosaan people who use any of the public areas or any others from abuk thrown around or falling debris or from any material, goods or other objects, shall be guilty of an offence under this section and may be arrested without warrant by any police officer or by any officer or employee of the local authority duly authorized in writing in that behalf by the powerful laws of Malaysia ACT local and 13360 can be brought before a Magistrate and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars, and on conviction a second time or time then liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit.
(3) for the purposes of paragraph (1) e) — (a) if the goods or the thing dijatuh, ditumpah or thrown from a car or fall or shed them, driver or other person in authority take care or control such car shall be deemed to have committed the offence, unless the offence committed by a person other than the driver or person in authority take care or control of the car and the identity of the person who committed such offence is uncertain; and (b) if the driver of a motor car alleged or suspected guilty of the offence — (i) the owner of the motor car shall provide any information required by a police officer or by an officer or employee of the local authority so given about the identity and address of the people who drive the motor car is on or about at the time of the alleged offence and any other information required by the police officer or an officer or employee of the authority that, and if he fails to do so within seven days from the date the information required thereof, he shall be guilty of an offence under this section unless he proves, to the satisfaction of the Court, that he did not know and could not with reasonable endeavours to obtain the required information; and (ii) any other person who has been or should have been take care or control of the motor car shall, if required as aforesaid, give any information which is in his power to give, and that can cause the driver is known, and if, in the street, drainage and building 61 time seven days from the date the information is required from them, he did not do so , he is guilty of an offence under this section.
The name assumption (4) (a) if in any case it is proved that any other thing or abuk mentioned in this section has been placed in any place in contravention to section is near any building or land or that any water or any thing that bother has melurut, flow or removed or placed on or into any road or drains in contravention with this section shall be deemed to , unless the contrary is proved, that it was committed by or with the consent of the residents of the building or the land.
(b) if any act or thing done or performed by someone left already from the agents, servants or employees in time to carry out his duties as such, and the Act or thing is to be an offence under this section, then principals, Sir or his employer liable on the offence as if the Act or thing has been done or made by him of the left already, unless he can prove that the Act or thing has been done without agreed , left or he knows and that he has taken reasonable precautions and exercise every effort to prevent the occurrence of the offence.
Interpretation of sections 46 and 47 48. For the purposes of sections 46 and 47 — "car" means any car either mobilized in bersawat or in other ways;
"the garbage cage" means faeces or urine of horses, cattle-cattle, sheep, goats or pigs and spreading objects or waste or drainage from any stables, cow-buffaloes or storage sheep, goat, pig or poultry;
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13362 "farm waste" means waste from farms and agricultural operations;
"trade waste" means waste of a trade, business or manufacture or rubbish of any operating building;
"public place" means a road, Garden, garden flowers, promened, fountains, the traffic island or circle, children's games, river banks, whether above or below water high, place tikas public or any place where or where people can or check-in.
PART III DRAINS 49. * (Cut by the Act A867).
Local authorities should build and maintain drains and watercourses

50. (1) The local authority may direct that made and constructed and maintained surface water drains and drain heavy rain, sewers, ducts and grooves for water and if necessary, the local authority may require the State authority to take an asset as the case law relating to forced acquisition of land for the time being in force in the State in which the property is located or can continue through , crossed or under any road or any place that is arranged as or proposed for a road or any cellar or vault that is under any road and, after giving reasonable notice in writing for that purpose continue in, through or under any land that terkepung or whatever other land, by doing as little damage and can provide full compensation for any damage done : provided that no such compensation may be paid for any loss of business due to any work done under this section.
* NOTE — See section 17 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A867].
Street, drainage and Building 63 (2) where a dispute arises with respect to the amount or distribution of the compensation, the dispute shall be settled in the manner hereinafter provided.
(3) for the purposes of subsection (1), in respect of federal territory, a reference to the State authority shall be construed as a reference to the Federal Government.
Local authorities can claim costs for improve and make trenches, etc.
* 51. (1) where the local authority has made any mains or surface water drains have made and heavy rain, sewer drains, ducts and grooves that water, it may claim the costs of building and making the surface water drain or drain heavy rain, sewers, ducts and the watercourse, including costs for taking any land or the cost of any compensation that has been paid in time to carry out the work.
(2) the cost shall be paid by the person who becomes the owner of the field when the work is completed.
(3) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (2) local authorities may, with the approval of the State authority, if satisfied that the water drains or surface trenches heavy rain, sewers, ducts or existing watercourses will be diperelok by for any proposed development in an area, require any developers in the area to deposit a sum of money as divided by the local authority as if the developer is an owner field before advancing the area before acting : provided that the developer can, if local authorities agree, of the deposit of a sum of money, to provide a security to the satisfaction of the local authority.
(4) in determining the respective amounts payable by the owner of the field presence or developers, local authorities may consider — (a) spacious premises they respectively;
* NOTE — See section 17 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A867].
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13364 (b) to whether their premises are used respectively;
(c) the State land, before, during and upon completion of development;
(d) the extent of the benefits to be obtained by the premises with the construction of the surface water drainage or sewer drains, heavy rain, and the small watercourses;
(e) if any part of the surface water drain or drain heavy rain, sewers, ducts and watercourses have been built previously, amount and value of the work performed by the owner of the field presence or the developer;
(f) the cost of the premises extradited by the owner voluntarily to local authorities; and (g) any other matter that in the opinion of the local authority is relevant and should be considered.
(5) If the owner of the field presence or developers are not happy with the proportions, he may within one month from the date of receiving the notice of appeal to the State authority and the Authority's decision shall be final and not subject to any appeal or reviewed in any court.
Prohibition against building unless provision is made for drainage, etc., and compliance notice or order 52. (1) No person shall erect on any premises any building, reconstruct any building that has been diruntuhkan to level the ground or below ground floor or sit for any new buildings were built or rebuilt anew unless such water drain or sewer drains, heavy rain, and the small watercourse of any determination as may be prescribed by the local authority , held on the premises to drain water from sewage.
(2) if found by local authorities that a group or block premises, either connect, incidental damages, separate or twin should be drained along, the local authority may order other than sewage water from the group or block the flow with a premises operating together.
Street, drainage and Building 65 (3) if found by local authorities that any drains, sewers, ducts and grooves that water requires changes, expansion, repair, or cleaning, it may by notice served upon the owner or the owner-the owner of the premises requires it or the work they carry out.
(4) any person who contravenes subsection (1) or who does not comply with any notice or order can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand dollars and can also be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day the offence continues after conviction.
(5) If any person required under subsection above does not hold drains, ducts, sewers or watercourses or fails to comply with any notice or order under this section, the local authority can enter its premises and perform the work and the costs and expenses of the work can be claimed by local authorities as hereinafter provided.
Local authorities shall fix and change and can leave the surface water drains and drain heavy rain, etc.
* 53. (1) local authorities shall maintain and preserve, and as he may deem fit, enlarge, change, hold the curve above or in other ways improved all or any surface water drains and drain heavy rain, sewers, ducts and grooves for water under the control of local authorities and can leave, close or destroy any of them may deem useless or unnecessary: provided that before entering any personal property for the purpose of carrying out any work under this subsection , the local authority shall give reasonable notice in writing for that purpose, and shall carry out work that do damage as a little can and shall give full compensation for any damage done.
* NOTE — See section 17 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A867].
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13366 cannot cause nuisance (2) omission, closure or pembinasaan any of them must be done in a way that does not create a nuisance.
(3) where by reason of that or by reason of any alteration of the mentioned this person did not have the opportunity to again using any surface water drainage and sewer drains, heavy rain, or the small watercourse as he shall have the right in law, the local authority shall with the necessary efforts to hold something else the same effect with which that person did not have the opportunity to again using as he entitled in law.
Cleaning and emptying the water drains and surface drainage heavy rain, etc.
* 54. (1) the local authority shall direct that the surface water drains and drain heavy rain, sewers, ducts and grooves for water under the control of the local authority built, maintained and guarded so as not to be a nuisance or health disaster and explained, cleaned and emptied properly and, for the purpose of spray, wash, and mengosongkannya local authorities can build and deploy either on or in the ground , any spring, small, engines and other work: provided that before entering any personal property for the purpose of carrying out any work under this subsection, the local authority shall give reasonable notice in writing for that purpose, and shall carry out work that do damage as a little can and shall give full compensation for any damage done.
(2) local authorities may, with the permission of the State authority, direct that all or any of the surface water drains and drain heavy rain, sewers, ducts and watercourse connected with and drained into the sea or other places that fit, or may direct that the garbage from it is being swept by a channel that is supposed to * NOTE — See section 17 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A867].
Street, drainage and Building the most appropriate for her 67 lying, and may sell or otherwise dispose of the waste for any purpose agricultural or other purposes it deems fit so that it does not become a nuisance.
Penalties for making drain as grooves or streams without permission * 55. (1) any person who without the prior written permission of the local authorities —

(a) make or cause to be made any drains as something from drains or as something ephemeral or stream under the control of local authorities;
(b) close, hold or divert any drains, can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars, and a Magistrate shall, on the application of local authorities make a mandatory order requiring the owner, change, making collapses again or otherwise manage the drains according as it deems fit by the Court.
Jamban pump and fluid out of trade should not be linked to the River, etc., without the consent (2) no pump or a toilet can jamban allowed linked with any rivers, Rivulets, streams, ponds, lakes, the sea or with any surface water drain or drain heavy rain public without getting written permission from the local authorities who are responsible for the drainage or in any other matters without the consent of the State authority.
(3) no any liquid out of trade can flow into or allowed linked with any rivers, Rivulets, streams, ponds, lakes, the sea or with any surface water drain or drain heavy rain public without getting written permission from the local authorities who are responsible for the drain, or in any other case, * NOTE — See section 17 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A867].
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13368 without the consent of the State authority and local authorities or the State authority may impose such conditions on the truth.
Penalties (4) any person who causes or allows the drain, removed or divert water into or during any river, grooves or streams, ponds, lakes, the sea or into or over any surface water drain or drain heavy rain public any feces or fecal things contrary to subsection (2) or any liquid out of trade contrary to subsection (3) or contrary to any conditions imposed on the truth given may on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars for each offence and a Court Magistrate shall upon application to the local authority or the State authority, as the case may be, make a mandatory order requiring the owner to take such steps as the Court may think fit to prevent a relationship or the conduction.
A rain water pipe shall not be used as pipe dirt 56. (1) there is a pipe used to drain rainwater from any roof can be used for the purpose of drain dirt or drainage from any toilet or jamban pump or for the purpose of drain any dirty water.
(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) may on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and can also be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day the offence continues after conviction.
Pipes, etc., cannot be used as a substitute air hole 57. (1) no a water pipe, chimney pipe or pipe down used to bring water to the surface from any premises can be used or permitted to be or act as a substitute air holes to any drain or sewer.
(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) may on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and can also be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day the offence continues after conviction.
Street, drainage and Building 69 58 Interpretations. (1) in this section, unless there is something to the contrary in article or content lines — "water supply and enough sewer" means a sewer and water supply sufficient and reasonable possible to be used for, or in connection with menyimbur and cleans efficiently and efficiently remove the feces and urine of several jamban pump and place the small bowel is perfect and sufficient required by this section so held in a particular case or in relation to a sink or bathroom, and a sewer shall be deemed to be reasonable can be used if it is within one hundred feet of the boundary of the premises in which lies the home of which toilet, sink, place small bowel or the bathroom to be held;
"jamban pump" and "place of small bowel" respectively means the space toilet and a small bowel used or matched or proposed to be used in connection with a system of water channels and contains facilities for the ex-menyimbur by using clean water and a proper relationship with a sewer;
"bathroom" includes bathtub or container for water together with buildings or rooms or blockades that matched or used for baths or clean and also couples and appliance thereof or therein or in connection therewith;
"space toilet", "sink" and "space space small bowel" respectively include a container for human dung, for stains or waste, garbage or liquid household and a container for urine, and together, in every population which, with the former containing construction material as well as spouses and apparatus therefor;
"sink" and "bathroom" respectively means space the sink and bathroom used or matched or proposed to be used in relation to a permanent water supply and have a perfect relationship with a sewer.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13370 water supply to the pump and place remove jamban urinate (2) if any water supply and sewer enough, the local authority may by written instruction to any person submitting a plan or determination under section 70 in respect of construction or reconstruction of a home or building, require the home or building that held some jamban pump , place the small bowel, sink and bathroom perfectly adequate and as may be necessary in the opinion of the local authority in the circumstances of the matter and jamban pump, place small bowel, sinks and bathrooms shall be connected to the sewer.
(3) if there is enough water supply but no sewer, local authorities may by written instruction to any person submitting a plan or determination under section 70 in respect of construction or reconstruction of a home or building, require the home or building that held either — (a) a number of jamban pump, place small bowel, sinks and bathrooms is perfect and sufficient together with a system for filtering sewage as and from the type to be in the opinion of the local authority * and that complies with sewerage services Act 1993 in the circumstances of the matter; or (b) a number of chemical toilet of type approved by the local authorities as may be deemed fit by local authorities.
(4) any person who fails to comply with any requirements of the local authority under subsection (2) and (3) may on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars and can also be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day the offence continues after conviction.
Hold space jamban, space the sink, bathroom, etc., sufficient (5) If the local authority is satisfied that public jamban, a sink, a small bowel or bathroom not available with sufficient in any house or building or in relation to a home or building, * NOTE — See section 17 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A867].
Street, drainage and Building 71 local authority may, by notice in writing to the owner or the owner-the owner of the home or building, require the home or building the space jamban, a sink, a small bowel, and the perfect bathroom space and sufficient by as may be necessary in the opinion of the local authority.
(6) if the owner or the owner-the owner of the home or building that does not comply with any requirements of the local authority under subsection (5) local authorities may, upon the expiry of the time specified in the notice and such period shall not be less than thirty days after the notice is served, make the works required by the notice and may claim expenses incurred to make the work of owner or owner-the owner.
When the owner must hold jamban pumps, etc.
(7) if any water supply and sewer enough local authorities may by written notice require the owner or the owner-the owner of any house or building that is to be held in or incidental to the home or building the jamban pump, sink, small bowel areas and bathrooms according to the as may be necessary in the opinion of the local authority.
(8) If the owner or the owner-the owner of the home or building that does not comply with any requirements of the local authority under subsection (7) local authorities may, upon the expiry of the time specified in the notice and such period shall not be less than thirty days after the notice is served, make the works required by the notice and may claim expenses incurred to make the work of owner or owner-the owner.
* (9) (Cut by the Act A867).
Water tap installed on jamban pump, etc., in particular House

(10) in the case referred to in subsection (5) and (7) if the home or building in question is not held supplies * NOTE — See section 17 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A867].
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13372 water for domestic purposes, local authorities can hold and turn on or for the home or the building, piping water from public water mains to the jamban pump, place small bowel, sinks and bathrooms and provide and install the pair of water as it may deem necessary, and expenses and the cost of so doing shall be payable by and can be claimed from the owner or the owner-the owner of the home or building.
(11) If in a given case, in accordance with subsection (10), the local authority had organised and install water pipes and water at couples or for a home or building local authorities can make a contract with the relevant authorities in charge of water supply to the home or the building and residents of the home or building shall pay to the local authorities for water used in situ at the rate ordered in writing by the local authority discretion and order that or a copy thereof certified as a true copy of the valid for such order shall be communicated to the population within one month from the date the order is made and, except as provided above shall be deemed to be residents of the user with respect to the water supply, and such order may require that the owner pay a minimum monthly payment as much as determined by the local authority, whether or not the owner of the water held within a months.
The pump shall be transferred Jamban and replaced on the expense of the owner (12) local authorities may at any time give notice in writing to the owner of any house or building in which something jamban pump or any pair or apparatus connected with any pump jamban was held under subsection (2), (3), (5) or (7) or otherwise require the owner transfer any jamban pump or spouse or the appliance connected to it and replace it with an other pump jamban or with a spouse or other appliance on the expense of the owner, and if the owner of the home or building that does not comply with any requirements of the local authority under this subsection the local authorities shall, on the expiration of any period specified in the notice and the period is not the street, drainage and building 73 be less than thirty days from the date of the notice served , making the works required by the notice and claim for expenses incurred to make the work of the owner of the home or building.
Jamban pumps, etc., maintained, etc., at the expense of the owner (13) all jamban pump, place small bowel, sink or water dirt tub including spouse held under subsection (2), (3), (5) or (7) shall be maintained, repaired and renewed by the owner of the home or building on the furtherance of: provided that the costs of such repairs or renewals required by reason of any damage done reckless or intentionally to any jamban pump , place the small bowel, sink or water dirt tub by spouses of residents of the home or building may be claimed by the owner of the residents.
The local authority may require sewer, drainage, etc., corrected * (14) local authorities may by notice require the owner or the owner-the owner of any building or land on it is any drainage, place small bowel, jamban pump, sinks or bathroom not maintained or repaired or renewed properly so that it be repaired, renewed or taken care of perfectly and if the owner or the owner-the owner fails to comply with the requirements of the local authority the local authority can, upon the expiry of the time specified in the notice to make the works required in the notice and may claim expenses incurred to make the work of owner or owner-the owner.
The local authority may require small bowel areas transferred or modified 59. (1) where a place of small bowel or other hygiene facilities open on any road shall be placed or constructed with such means to be * NOTE — See section 17 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A867].
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13374 a nuisance or not good to public decency, the local authority may by notice in writing require the owner so that the transfer or change it to the satisfaction of the local authority and within the period specified by local authorities.
Place the small bowel or jamban pump shall be attached to the home place of food, etc.
(2) where any public house, Diner, dining room drinking, theatre, cinema, public exhibitions or public entertainment places was not something minor or place remove water pump or convenient jamban discard small or water pump kepunyaannya or installed jamban on it but not enough, the local authority may, by notice in writing, require the owner of the premises so that hold and maintain in one or more places of the small bowel or jamban pump appropriate somewhere appropriate.
(3) any owner who fails to comply with a notice under this section within the period specified in it can upon conviction for each offence to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars and can also be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day the offence is continued after the expiry of the period specified in the notice.
* 60. (Struck by Act A867).
Air replacement sewer pipe for 61. (1) the local authorities can set up or install to any building any plumbing necessary for perfect air replacement for drainage and sewer kepunyaannya.
(2) the Pipes shall be erected with do not cause any nuisance or disruption to the building or any other building in the surrounding area.
* 62. (Struck by Act A867).
* 63. (Struck by Act A867).
* 64. (Struck by Act A867).
* NOTE — See section 17 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A867].
Street, drainage and Building 75 PART IV BACKLANES local authorities may require the land to some backlanes 65. (1) if obtained from a building to a plan submitted for approval by the local authorities that the building site or any land that is set aside by the person submitting the plan is contiguous with any land that can be part of a back alley, the local authority may request the authorities of the State, taking the land said that as the case law relating to forced acquisition of land : provided that no land nothing may be taken under this subsection if such matter would result in land separated from other land forming part of the holding.
Should be acquired buildings if partly become useless (2) if any part of a building attached to beliefs taken under this section and such matter make the remaining part of the building, it is not useful anymore, the State authority shall, if required by the owner, took part of his holding the rest of the Division that the building became a part of it.
Each of the stake taken in certain circumstances (3) If any part of a holding which does not have any building attached to the Division or to the proportion of his holding to the rest of the retrieved laws of Malaysia ACT 13376 under this section and the things that make the remaining stake, it is not useful anymore as the site of the building, the State authority shall, if required by the owner , took part of his holding the rest.
Compensation where the land was separated from the other land resulting in the cutoff (4) in the case where land was isolated and therefore cause the land belonging to the owner of the disconnected from the other land forming part of the holding if a smaller section of land which cut off that has become useless again as a building site because of the cutoff, the State authority shall be , if required by the owner, take smaller parts of it.
The State authority may order the backlanes concerted 66. (1) the State authority may at any time on the recommendation of local authorities order a back lane that its width not less than forty feet arranged through any land.
(2) land specified in an order made under subsection (1) may be taken for the purpose of holding the back lanes and local authorities can ask the State authorities took the land under any law relating to forced acquisition of land.
Determination of additional land in order (3) any land which in the opinion of the State authority may need to be taken by him under subsection (4) or (5) or adjoining or close to the site of the back lanes can be specified in an order made under subsection (1) in addition to the land required for the back lane site.
Street, drainage and Building 77

Should be acquired buildings if partly become useless again (4) If any part of a building attached to beliefs taken under this section and such matter make the remaining part of the building, it is not useful to mention the State authority shall, if required by the owner, took part of his holding the rest of the Division that the building became a part of it.
Each of the stake taken in certain circumstances (5) If any part of a holding that there are any building located to the area or to the remaining holding is taken under this section and such matter make the remaining stake, it is not useful anymore as the site of the building, the State authority shall, if required by the owner, took part of his holding the rest.
Local authorities can claim the cost of recruitment for and organize or build backlanes 67. (1) if the State authorities have taken any land and local authorities has been organize or build a backlanes, local authorities can claim the costs of taking the land and for the arrangements or build the backlanes of the owner of the field presence or developers or both.
(2) if the costs payable by the owner of the field presence of the cost shall be paid by the person who becomes the owner of the field when the work is completed.
(3) in determining the respective amounts payable by the owner of the field presence or the developer, the local authority shall consider — (a) the field before their respective premises to the back alleys;
(b) extensive premises they respectively;
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13378 (c) the extent of the benefits to be obtained by the premises with arrangements or to build the back alleys;
(d) the costs of premises extradited by the owner voluntarily to the local authority; and (e) any other matter that in the opinion of the local authority is relevant and should be considered.
(4) any backlanes compiled programs or built by the local authorities shall be maintained by the local authority.
(5) for the purposes of subsection 65 (2), (3), (4) and (5), section 66 and this section, with respect to the Federal territory of a reference to the State authority shall be construed as a reference to the Federal Government.
Declaration of backlanes as public roads 68. Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, the local authority can declare any backlanes became a public road pursuant to the procedure prescribed under section 13.
General provisions with respect to the rear lane 69. (1) in this Act and the by-laws made thereunder statement "back alley" includes every backlanes either existing or are later than this and any part thereof and any entrance thereto and all the land already or hereinafter retrieved or set aside for or arranged as backlanes and all grooves , drainage and anything related to a back alley.
(2) local authorities may at any time, in its discretion, close or otherwise hold anyone or anything from entry into, exit from or entry back into any back alleys controlled by him or any part thereof either altogether or by 2005.
Street, drainage and Building 79 Eliminate barriers (3) No 28 may erect or maintain or permit didiri or maintained any obstacles in or on any rear alley, and local authorities may, where there is an obstacle, lowering and eliminating the obstacles and the costs and expenses of lowering or eliminating the obstacles that can be claimed from the person responsible for setting up or maintaining the barrier or to allow the obstacles erected or maintained in the manner hereinafter provided.
Part V notice of BUILDING new building 70. (1) No person shall erect a building without obtaining written permission from local authorities.
* (2) any person intending to erect a building shall submit: (a) to the local authorities of any plans and determination as required by any by-laws made under this Act; and (b) the statutory authority in respect of any plan and determination in respect of drainage works as may be required by any other written law.
(3) there is a plan to erect a building can be approved — (a) if the buildings were to be erected on an adjoining holdings with a new road or a new proposed road or who has access to it until the new plan for the road was approved by the local authorities under the provisions of this Act;
* NOTE — See section 17 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) [Act A867].
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13380 (b) before made any deposit required under section 18 or unless the buildings or classes of buildings has been exempted from subsection 17 (1) by State authorities; and (c) are complied with before any other conditions as deemed necessary by the local authorities.
Local authorities can give instructions (4) local authorities may give directions in writing to the people who produce a plan and determination with respect to any of the following particulars: (a) compliance with this Act or any other Act or of any by-law, order, rule or regulation made thereunder;
(b) the site of a building and the space will be left after a stay at kelil ing any building to allow sunlight and happy happy air circulating and also to simplify waste disposal;
(c) the extent to which level footing and low floor once to be arranged;
(d) increasing the level of the site in order to become a stable footing and solid and the material to be used to raise the level of the site;
(e) the front lines of the field with the nearby building, if the building is bordered by a public road or located within fifty feet of a public road;
(f) plan-to vertical, and if vertical rib plan with an adjoining public roads or within fifty feet of a public road, the rib vertical plan;
(g) building brings forward or backward to line the street arrangements as defined in section 23;
Street, drainage and Building 81 (h) class, the design and appearance of buildings to be erected in a region, place or street where only the building of a class, design or appearance of deficiencies can be built;
(i) to supply clean water and sufficient reasonable from a building it;
(j) brings the building to the back of the building line;
(k) convene and build an arcade or broadcast foot paved for pedestrian use along any part of the adjoining building lots with a road.
(5) a person who has been given written instructions shall amend the plan and determination accordingly and submit the revised plan and the determination of it within the period specified by local authorities.
(6) if the amended plan is not submitted again within the period specified, or within an extended period of time, then the plan can not be considered and shall be deemed to have been withdrawn but that person may submit plans and new determination.
The building as instructed so dianjak forward (7) if instructions are given so that a building dianjak forward to rules of the road, then the instructions are followed adequately if a wall or fence of any substance and measures approved by the local authority established in a place quite away from the line to have an arcade or broadcast that may be required under this Act.
Compensation if instructions are given so that dianjak to the rear building (8) If the local authorities direct any person submitting plan a building that brings the building back to the line of the road rules, the local authority may take possession of the land in the vicinity of the line of the laws of Malaysia ACT rules the road and 13382 land acquired such possession shall be taken by the State authority at the request of local authorities as the case law relating to forced acquisition of land and shall later than that deemed to be a part of the public roads.
Notice to restart the work building (9) No person shall start a stand a building or restart your stance a building in any case if the erection work has been suspended for a period of more than three months continuously unless — (a) the work is started or restarted, as the case may be, within twelve months from the date of the plan and the determination of the building was approved by the local authorities; and (b) he has given local authorities four days notice in writing will be means to start or restart work, as the case may be.

(No.9A) Notwithstanding subsection (9), no person shall start a stand of a building unless a copy of the detailed structural plans of the building along with a copy of the count of structure that can be read and any details, documents, or other reports required by the local authorities has been submitted.
(10) for the purposes of paragraph (9) (a), "plan and determination" means the plan and determination that was originally approved by the local authority but does not include a plan or determination that amend approved later by local authorities related to it.
(11) any person who makes any alteration to any building in any way other than those provided for in this Act or the by-laws made thereunder without the prior written permission of the local authority can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars and a Magistrate shall, on the application of the local authority, issue a mandatory order to change the building in any way or to meruntuhkannya.
Street, drainage and Building 83 (12) any person who uses a building or part of a building for a purpose other than the purpose for which it was originally built without obtaining written permission from the local authority can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars and can also be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day the offence is continued after a notice to discontinue the building from being used for other purposes that have been communicated to the person it.
(13) any person who — (a) start or restart the erection of a building in contravention of subsection (9);
(aa) begin stand a building in contravention of subsection (No.9A);
(b) redirect from any plan or the determination has been approved by local authorities without the prior written permission of the local authorities;
(c) to erect a building in contravention with this Act or with any by-laws made thereunder; or (d) fails to comply with an order or instruction's legal laws from local authorities or any limits or conditions imposed by the local authority to such modifications or exceptions any requirements of any by-laws, shall on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding ten thousand dollars and can also be liable to a fine of two hundred fifty dollars for each day the offence continues after conviction.
(14) in a case where proceedings not taken steps against any person who has violated subsection (13) with the reason for not getting prior permission from local authorities that person shall when submitting the plan and determination of the local authorities in accordance with this Act to pay an amount of money the local authority which may not be less than five times but the laws of Malaysia ACT 13384 does not exceed twenty times the prescribed fee by as required by the authorities State, and if if the plan and determination of submitted without payment, the local authority shall refuse to accept it.
(15) any Magistrate shall, upon application to the local authority or a public officer authorized by the local authorities in writing for the purpose, make an order mandatory require any person who is convicted of an offence under subsection (13) alter in any way or tear down the building.
What it says to erect a building (16) for the purposes of this section and section 75 of any person shall be deemed to establish a building if he — (a) commence work on building sites for or in respect of a new building;
(b) add to or change any of the existing buildings in a way that will involve — (i) a new footing; or (ii) build up or a new roof or new or additional half on existing walls or foundation of existing sites;
(c) mengubahjadikan a building which is not originally built for human to dwelling house;
(d) mengubahjadikan a building originally built as a dwelling house to more than one dwelling house;
(e) mengubahjadikan a House originally built for the purpose of home to other purposes;
(f) up either before or after the completion of the buildings were built on such particulars of any plan or the determination has been approved by the local authority at any time in respect of the building;
Street, drainage and Building 85 (g) violates the provisions of this Act or of any by-law relating to buildings;
(h) to renew or repair any existing building in a way that involves a renewal, reconstruction or erection of any part of a wall next to a wall or two single-storey tall the extent even of any material next to the wall or the wall the two parties made;
(i) collapses and rebuild or add to a building in a way that involves more of — (i) half of the surface area of the walls and restrictions; or (ii) half of the floor area (excluding ground floor) or roof; or (j) build a floor or storey additions, or renew, rebuild or establish a wall next to the external wall of the two parties on the first floor, the second floor or third floor calculated from ground level, to the extent its single storey: provided that, for the purposes of subsection (2) and for the purposes of section 75 a person performing or doing any work or thing specified in subparagraph (b) (ii) , paragraph (f), (g) or (h) it shall not be deemed to erect a building.
Assertion of "stand a building" shall be construed accordingly.
Work performed on the same building at the time of twice or more within ten years can be deemed to be a work of reconstruction and can be collected for the purposes of this definition.
(17) (a) where the erection of a building are initiated or conducted in respect of any building, erection shall be deemed, until the contrary is proved, to have the laws of Malaysia ACT 13386 instituted or undertaken by the owner of the land on it the buildings were erected and the owner is responsible for it.
(b) If a building erected on vacant lands and those who actually erection is unknown or cannot be found in Malaysia, the building shall be deemed to have been erected by the owner of the land and the land owner is responsible for it.
Approval of plan (18) If within three calendar months from the date of submission of any plan under subsection (2) or from the date of submission of the plan that is amended pursuant to subsection (5), as the case may be, the local authorities do not approve, do not reject or do not make a written instruction in respect of, the person who has submitted the plan may apply to the State authority, and the powers vested in the local authority under this section shall be subsequently vested in The State Authority.
(19) any plans, determination, count, details, documents or reports are required to be submitted under this section shall be prepared and certified by a person qualified.
Earthworks a.70A. (1) No person shall start running or permits to be instituted or conducted an earthworks without first submitting to local authorities plan and determination in respect of the work and get approval from the local authority about it.
(2) where the earthworks are founded or run for purpose construct any buildings, roads, drains, sewers, or fortification, or for planting any cable or pipe, or for the purpose of any construction or other works, plans and determination in relation to the construction or the work to be the street, drainage and building 87 presented under this Act or of any by-laws made thereunder shall be submitted to the local authority at the time of submitting the plan and determination in respect of earthworks it.
(3) in giving approval under subsection (1) the local authority may impose such conditions as it thinks fit.
(4) local authorities may, if it acknowledges that the safety of lives and property are involved or likely to be affected by any earthworks, ruled that terminated forthwith all or part of the work; certificate of the local authority under this subsection is conclusive evidence of the matters therein and shall not be questioned or subject to any appeal or reviewed in any court.
(5) without prejudice to subsection (4), the local authority may, from time to time, give such directions as he thinks fit in respect of any earthworks, and instructions shall be complied with by the person to whom the direction is given, and if the instructions are not complied with, the local authority can rule that halted all or some of the earthworks.

(6) Notwithstanding subsection (4) and (5), the local authority itself may cause any work performed or any measures taken if it is of the opinion that the work or the move was necessary, and work or the move could be a supplement to or substitute for anything required to be made under an order or order granted under subsection (4) or (5).
(7) if the retrenchment has been ordered under this section, the local authority may allow the land the work subject to the direction or conditions specified by the local authority are complied with.
(8) local authority or any person authorized by him or on his behalf may enter any land, building or premises at any time of day or night without notice to the owner or occupier of the land, building or premises laws of Malaysia ACT that for the purpose of implementing 13388 any work under this section or for carrying out any inspection for the purposes of this section.
(9) any person who contravenes any of the provisions of this section, or fails to comply with any direction or order given under this section or do any act to prevent in any way the inclusion or implementation of any works authorized to is run or executed under this section by or on behalf of the local authority is, upon conviction, be guilty of an offence and shall be imprisoned for a term not exceeding five years or to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand ringgit or both , and for a continuous offence fines could rise to five hundred dollars for every day the offence continued.
(10) If a person has been convicted of an offence under subsection (9) the local authority may revoke the approvals and determinations given under subsection (1), and those who work the land shall, upon receipt of notice of such revocation immediately discontinue all work the land.
(11) If the retrenchment has been ordered under subsection (4) or (5) or are required to be enforced under subsection (10) and the order or requirement is not complied with, the local authority can directly produce anyone or transfer any equipment, cars, machinery or anything thing from the job site so as to guarantee the work terminated and for this purpose "local authorities may request the assistance of the police.
(12) If the local authorities exercise of its powers under subsection (6), (11) or (16), it can get for any expenses and costs incurred by him from the owner of the land on which work the land is carried out in a manner similar to that provided for rates; the amount of costs and expenses to be claimed as such by the local authorities shall be certified by the local authority and local authorities on this matter is conclusive evidence of the matters therein and shall not be subject to any appeal or reviewed in any court.
Street, drainage and Building 89 (13) the provisions of this section shall not be used for Earth work founded or run by or on behalf of the Malaysian Government or a State Government.
(14) If any earthworks founded or run, the owner of the land upon which the work is carried out is to come or are deemed to have been allowed the earthworks that founded or run.
(15) local authority or any person authorized by him or on his behalf shall not be subject to any action, claim, or liability arising from the exercise of the insistence of any of the powers given to local authorities under this section or under any by-law made thereunder.
(16) where a public road or any part thereof, or a building, or a building, or any other property owned by the Malaysian Government or any State Government or by local authorities was damaged by or in consequence of any earthworks on any land, the local authority can repair and amends the damage done.
(17) the local authority may make by-laws — (a) in respect of earthworks;
(b) to provide for the plan and determination in respect of earthworks;
(c) the production plan, the determination, the details of the documents and reports relating to earthworks, qualified person to produce it and its duties and responsibilities, and the nature and the nature or classification plan, the determination, the details of the documents and the report and fees for her;
(d) to provide for the punishment of a fine for offences under the by-laws made under this section by not more than two thousand dollars and, for an offence which continues, not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day the offence continues;
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13390 (e) to provide for the exemption from all or any provisions of this section with respect to the earthworks of a small or temporary; and (f) generally to give effect to the objects and purposes of this section.
(18) in this section and in any by-laws made thereunder for the word "earthworks" includes any act of excavation, levelling, covering them with any substance, piling, Foundation, or cut trees, on any land, or any other Act which touched or interfere with any land.
Order to review security and stability during stand building 70B. (1) if any changes to the topography, the land or the surrounding area caused by the erection of buildings or natural reason, which does not meet any approved plan related to it, the local authorities can do a visual inspection.
(2) if the local authorities reasonably suspect that there are defects, changes shape or deterioration at building structure being erected which is likely to result in the kerobohan of the building, the local authority may issue to the owner of the building an order to review security and stability — (a) the building;
(b) basis of the building site; and (c) environment on it stand the building progress.
(3) the review shall be undertaken by a person qualified in addition to qualified people who prepare and certify a plan, count, details, documents or reports submitted to the local authority before the commencement of erection of the building.
Street, drainage and Building 91 (4) the review Reports should be submitted to the local authority within the period specified by local authorities.
(5) local authorities may, after evaluating the review report — (a) certifies that the safety of life or property affected or likely to be affected by the establishment of the building; and (b) serve a notice in writing to the owner of the building are his intention to issue an order for the cessation of erection of the building.
(6) local authorities shall inform the owner of the building are its rights to protest local authorities ' intention to issue an order for the cessation of erection of the building, within fourteen days from the date of service of the notice in paragraph (5) (b), and if no objection is received within that period, orders for cessation shall be issued and take effect immediately.
(7) if the objection is received under subsection (6) the local Government shall, as soon as possible after the expiry period in which objections can be made, hear any person who has made the objection and then decide whether — (a) an order for the cessation of erection of buildings issued; or (b) a direction under subsection (8) is given.
(8) without prejudice to its powers under subsection (5) local authorities may, after reviewing the report of the review, grant to any person a written instructions include the production of a new plan or amended in respect of the following: (a) slope stabilization;
(b) procurement of additional pemaritan facilities;
(c) mobilizing existing retaining wall and new wall construction;
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13392 (d) other additional features of procurement to support existing construction works; and (e) any other matter that the local authorities consider necessary, for the purpose of repairing any defects, changes shape or degradation of the building structure, eliminating any danger to life or property and to ensure the security and stability of the building, the Foundation of the site and its environment and instructions shall be complied with within the period specified in it.
(9) If a direction given under subsection (8) are not complied with, the local authority may order the termination of the whole or part of the building stand.
(10) If an order for the cessation of erection of buildings made under — (a) subsection (6);
(b) paragraph (7) (a); or (c) subsection (9), whether in whole or in part, are not complied with, the local authority can directly produce any person or moving any equipment, vehicles, machinery or anything from the site where the building is being erected for memperdapatkan termination of the building stand and for this purpose may request the assistance of the police.

(11) Notwithstanding subsection (8), (9) and (10) local authorities may perform any work, take any steps or tear down a building that is being built — (a) if it is of the opinion that work, step or the need to prevent the demolition of a danger that is almost true to life or property; or (b) in the case of non-compliance of any direction given under subsection (8), of the street, drainage and building 93 and work, step or the demolition can be in addition to or substitute for anything required to be made under such directions and local authorities can get all expenses reasonably incurred by him in do so from the owner of the building.
(12) the local authority or any person authorized by him or on his behalf can enter site buildings are erected and buildings are being erected at any time without notice to the owner to do a checkup or for any other purpose under this section.
(13) If — (a) the cessation of building stand — (i) has been ordered under subsection (6), paragraph (7) (a) or subsection (9), as the case may be; or (ii) have been diperdapatkan under subsection (10);
(b) a direction given under subsection (8) has been complied with; or (c) any repair work has been carried out or measures have been taken under subsection (11), the local authority may allow commencement of the erection of the building subject to compliance with any direction and conditions as he may.
(14) local authorities may, without prejudice to its rights to get expenses under section 104, refused to allow commencement of the erection of the building under subsection (13) until all reasonable expenses incurred by him at memperdapatkan cessation of erection of the building, perform it or take it has been reimbursed by the owner of the building.
(15) any person who — (a) fails to comply with any order, direction or conditions provided under this section; or (b) commits any act to prevent in any other manner the local authority or other laws of Malaysia ACT 13394 person authorised by him or on his behalf in the implementation of its powers under this section, shall on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or both, and are also liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars for each day the offence continues after conviction.
Revocation of approval of any plan, determination and permission from 70C. If a person has been convicted of an offence under section 70B (15), the local authority may revoke the approval of any plan, determination and permission granted under this Act and he shall, upon receipt of notice of such revocation immediately discontinue the overall stance of the building.
Examination of building stand at any stage and taking samples for analysing 70D. (1) no anything contained in this Act shall prevent local authority or any person authorized by him or on his behalf of — (a) inspect any building stand at any stage;
(b) give a notice in writing of any deviation from the approved plan or determination or non-compliance of any of the provisions of this Act that he or she is noticed; and (c) order that the deviation or breach is fixed.
(2) the local authority or any person authorized by him or on his behalf may, if her job requires so, take reasonable samples of any materials for analysing he or she may deem necessary, and samples that can be disposed of in such a way that it or he point.
Street, drainage and Building 95 (3) no payment may be made for any sample taken under subsection (2), but a receipt for any such sample shall be given.
Penalties for the building or earthworks failed 71. If a building or a part of the building failed, either at the time of construction or after it is completed, or if there is any failure in relation to a work or a part of any earthworks, either at the time of the conduct of the work of the land is or after it is completed, and the failure is caused by any one or more of the following factors: (a) the building or part of the building or the land or part of the earthworks that were improperly built or the absence of proper supervision during construction;
(b) the building or part of the building or the land or part of the land is made the wrong design or other matter; or (c) wrongly use, a person responsible for — (aa) one of the construction or the absence of the proper supervision;
(bb) wrong design bentukan or any of the count; or (cc) incorrect applied that, can on conviction liable to a fine of not more than * five hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years or both.
Collapses or transfer the unauthorized building 72. (1) if the local authority is satisfied that a building has been erected or being erected or nearly to be erected in contravention to section 70 or, if the building had been erected before the commencement of this Act, it was erected in contravention of any law in force at the time in relation to buildings and approval * RECORDS — Formerly "fifty thousand dollars" – see Street , Drainage and building (Amendment) Order 1994 [Act A903].
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13396 building not given then about it under any law, the local authority may require the owner of the land is by notice delivered to him do any one or more of the following acts: (a) does not start or continue the establishment of the building;
(b) the collapse of the building within the time specified by the local authority; and (c) take measures as ordered by the local authorities.
(2) if the owner is unable to tear down the building within the time specified in the notice, the owner can ask the local authority to carry out the requirements of the notice.
(3) there is a request made by the owner under subsection (2) may release the owner of liabilities under this section unless he makes the request within the time stated for him tear down the building and unless within that time also he — (a) depositing with the local authorities a sum of money which, in the opinion of the local authority enough to cover costs and expenses of — (i) the collapse of the building;
(ii) transfer any movable property found in the building;
(iii) keep the movable property; and (iv) any other activities incidental to or arising from subparagraph (i), (ii) and (iii);
(b) indemnify and keep indemnified the local authority of any claim, replace the damaged, losses, action or proceeding may be brought the street, drainage and building 97 against the local authority arising from or incidental to subparagraphs (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv); and (c) whatever the sums payable under paragraph (a), pay to the local authority a sum of money determined by the State authority, for the purpose of resettling.
(4) any person who fails to comply with the requirements of the notice shall be guilty of an offence and shall on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars for each day the offence is continued after the expiry of the period specified in the notice.
(5) If the owner fails to comply with the requirements of the notice, the local authority may do any or all of the acts required by the notice and whatever the obligation of the owner to pay any penalty under subsection (4), the owner shall pay any amount of money required under subsection (3) to the local authorities and shall be deemed to have indemnified the local authorities in the exercise of the will of the notice as if the owner had asked the local authorities to do so.
(6) if the building is to be diruntuhkan by the local authority, the local authority shall give at least thirty days notice to the residents of the building require that they clear the building and local authorities may be after the expiration of that enters the building and transfer any person or any property over which there is in it.
(7) any movable property transferred in accordance with subsection (6) may be taken to a suitable place and left there the owner and can within one month from the date of the transfer required by any person who gives evidence to the satisfaction of the local authority that he is the owner and if no claim of such property shall be disposed of in the manner set out in section 116.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 13398 (8) a certificate from the local authority stating the amount of money required to be paid by the owner under subsection (2) and (5) shall be conclusive evidence of the amount of money due and is not subject to any appeal or reviewed in any court.
Penalties for rent and sell unauthorized building

73. (1) Any person who is not the owner of the premises and that sell or make an agreement to sell a building that have been erected or being erected in contravention to section 70 shall be guilty of an offence under this Act and shall on conviction to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or both.
(2) any person who establish or direct that erected a building in contravention to section 70, if subsequently sold or agreed to sell, shall be guilty of an offence under this Act and shall on conviction to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years and may be liable to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit.
(3) any person who rent or make an agreement to rent a building that are not allowed to rent or any other consideration shall be guilty of an offence under this Act and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars.
(4) the Court before which a person is convicted of an offence under subsection (1) or (2) may also order the person so that the refund of the purchase money to the buyer of the building in association with any compensation that the Court thinks fit.
Modify or exclude by-law 74. (1) the local authority may upon receipt of an application in relation to a specific building or construction, and provided it is satisfied that the exceptions or modifications as mentioned then of the street, drainage and building 99 this will not make the building or the building unsafe, modify or waive any of the requirements of any by-law relating to the construction of buildings, on and subject to the limitations and conditions as he thinks fit.
(2) an application shall be made in writing to the local authority by or on behalf of the owner of the building or construction thereof or by or on behalf of the owner of that particular part of the building or the building of which the application relates and shall state the nature and extent of and also the reason for modification or waiving the requirements will be proposed and shall be accompanied by such plans , page clipping, vertical plan and details required.
Rights for the owner of the premises is incidental (3) upon receipt of an application that the local authorities are of the opinion that the owner of any premises incidental should dirundingi local authorities shall deliver to the owner a notice of the application told him to make an appeal to the local authorities within the specified period.
(4) local authorities shall consider appeals from any owner of the premises is incidental and if local authorities decide to allow modification or waiving of contrary to appeal any of the owner, the local authority shall submit the results to the State authority.
(5) the decision of the local authorities shall be deemed to be confirmed unless the decision of the local authority diakaskan or modified by the State authority within thirty days after it is submitted.
Land should be set aside for the backlanes 75. (1) the local authority cannot approve a plan submitted pursuant to section 70 in respect of a building unless — (a) a back alley if required by the local authorities not rows measuring more than forty feet according as required according to the discretion of the laws of Malaysia ACT 133100 local authorities, shown on the plan, or vacant land shown on plan to set aside or taken to a back alley rows measuring above , and the person submitting the plan replace the payment to the local authority any money that has been paid at any time to take in any way part of the back alley or the vacant land to adjoining parts of the centres with which the plan submitted in so far as such adjoining; or (b) the person submitting the plan set aside a portion of land that enough free either with or without other land has been set aside or taken formerly, for being a back alley or part of a back-alley rows measuring no more than forty feet according as required by the local authority: provided that if the person submitting the plan set aside a portion of land that is empty enough to be not less than half of its width part back alley with adjoining land, local authorities may, in its discretion, in any particular case, to approve the plan.
Position the rear alley (2) backlanes shall, if required by the local authorities, is conformity guidelines prescribed for him by local authorities, and that in respect of Every cocoon with the land has been set aside or to be set aside for a back alley by, or who have already taken or to be taken, the owner of the property located on every side , and upon completion of backlanes shall, where possible, open to the public at both its ends, and shall in all respects be free from obstacles from end-to-end.
Street, drainage and Building 101 Plan is not approved if the building site not contiguous with land suitable for a rear lane (3) when a plan in respect of a building presented for approval by local authorities, the building site found not contiguous with any of the land in terms of home to be set aside for a back alley with meet the guidelines prescribed for him by local authorities , the local authorities may refuse to approve the plan until the land located between the building site with back alleys or lanes back the proposed right appearing with the site has been added to the holding of which the plan has been submitted and the backlanes of a proposed adjoining with a site that added such has separated or taken to a back alley and the person submitting the plan has been replace payment to local authorities and as far as provided for in paragraph (1) (a) and the other provisions of that subsection have been complied with.
Land acquisition which is located between the building site with the backlanes (4) where in a case referred to in subsection (3) the person submitting the plan asks local authorities in writing so that the land located between the building site with the back alley or lane behind a proposed directly appearing with the site and, if necessary, part of a proposed back-alley adjoining with the site when added in the manner described in subsection (3) retrieved, local authorities shall ask the State authorities take the land and the backlanes of a proposed for the purpose so that it added to the holding of which the plan has been submitted and be part of backlanes and shall notify the owner accordingly.
(5) for the purposes of subsection (4), in respect of federal territory, a reference to the State authority shall be construed as a reference to the Federal Government.
Laws of Malaysia ACT prohibited Building was erected on the 133102 land unclean 76. (1) no anything new buildings can be erected on any land that is covered with any substance mixed with feces, animal or thing thing vegetables or on it any substance like that were placed unless and until the thing was removed successfully by means of korokan or by other means or has been made is harmless or has become harmless.
Penalty (2) any person who commits, cause or knowingly permit any act in contravention with this section shall on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and can also be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day the offence continues after conviction.
Building on a public sewer pipe, private connections, etc., cannot be built without the consent of the local authorities * 77. Nothing whatsoever can buildings erected on any public sewer, connection pipes, drainage surface water private public or public drains, heavy rainfall sewers, watercourses, rivers or streams or any water mains, electrical cable or electric wire without getting written permission from the local authority or statutory authority that controls related, as the case may be.
Move the roof and walls made of flammable materials

78. (1) Any person who, as the owner of a building with its roof or walls on the outside is made of grass, leaves, kajang, roofing or other combustible material and less than twenty-five feet away from any other buildings occupied separately or from any road, not transfer the roof or walls, as the case may be, within ninety days after a notice to do so * NOTE — See section 17 of the Act A867 Road , Drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A867].
Street, drainage and Building 103 passed on to him, can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day of default that continue after the notice is served.
To renew or repair buildings with flammable materials (2) where any person has delivered a notice issued under subsection (1) and he make, renew or repair a building with any flammable material as referred to in subsection (1) or direct that any building is made, renewed or repaired in such a way, that person can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and can also be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day he membiar or allow the buildings were made, renewed or repaired after conviction, and a Magistrate shall, on the application of local authorities, make an order requiring mandatory diruntuhkan of the building.
Build compartments, Gallery, attic, etc., in the building of 79. (1) No person shall be mendiri or cause or membenar built in a building such restrictions, compartments, Gallery, attic, roof, ceiling or other buildings without obtaining written permission from local authorities.
(2) in every such case the owner shall be deemed to have been commenced or carry out work to erect until the contrary is proved.
Local authorities can transfer restrictions, etc.
(3) local authorities, agents or pekhidmatnya can enter any building that and transfer any partition, partition, Gallery, attic, roof, ceiling or other buildings that have been built without obtaining written permission from the local authorities and in the case of such persons who have mendirikannya without permission or if the person is married without permission is unknown or cannot be searched or even be searched he laws of Malaysia ACT 133104 is unable to pay the expenses incurred , the owner shall pay to the local authorities costs and expenses for — (i) the collapse of the building;
(ii) transfer the movable property found in the building according to a rate that can be set by the local authority for every journey made by a fleet or car carriers for the purpose of transfer and storage of the property;
(iii) keep the movable property according to a rate that can be set by the local authority if the property is not claimed on the day it is moved it;
(iv) any other activities incidental to or arising out of paragraph (i), (ii) and (iii), and the owner shall be deemed to have indemnified the local authorities against any claim, loss, gantirosak, action or proceeding may be brought against the local authority including any costs and expenses arising from and incidental to the provision of paragraph (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv).
(4) without prejudice to subsection (3) any person who contravenes subsection (1) may on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and can also be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day the offence continues after conviction.
Barn move cannot be built without the permission of 80. Any person who establish or direct that erected or membenar set up, keep or allow to be kept on the land or on land occupied regions of any Barn building move or move proposed to be a roof without getting written permission from the local authority is guilty of an offence and shall on conviction liable to a fine of one thousand dollars and the magistrate shall , on the application of local authorities, make an order mandatory require the Barn building over the move or moved.
Street, drainage and Building 105 local authorities may direct that drains made for premises properly drained * 81. (1) where a premises at any time not to disconnect the other sewage drained to the satisfaction of the local authority with a drain or pipe enough that calling something drains or any other places where local authorities authorized menyalirkan water in addition to sewage, and if there's something way pemaritan within one hundred feet of the boundary of the premises, the local authority may give a notice in writing, require the owner of premises the build or install for the premise of a drain or pipe of any substance, in accordance with any size, at any level and in any of the prescribed contributions by him for draining the premises.
(2) if the owner fails to comply with the notice within thirty days from the date, a Magistrate shall, on the application of local authorities, make an order requiring the mandatory owner build or install drain or pipe, or local authorities can carry out the work and expenses incurred by local authorities respect if not paid immediately by the owner can be claimed in the manner hereinafter provided.
Board shall be erected within dendeng building carried out 82. (1) no one is proposing to build up or tear down a building or alter or repair the exterior of a building can do so without getting written permission from the local authorities and without causing dendeng Board or enough fence installed to separate buildings where the work is being carried out from any road or repost away.
(2) where permission has been granted to a person to do any of the work specified in subsection (1), the person shall — (a) maintain the fence dendeng Board or as required in subsection (1) that are in good condition and to the satisfaction of the local authority;
* NOTE — See section 17 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A867].
Laws of Malaysia ACT 133106 (b) cause to be dendeng Board or fence is illuminated with lights properly at night; and (c) move the fence or dendeng Board or any scaffolding used in the work within the time specified by local authorities.
Penalty (3) any person who contravenes subsection (1) and (2) may on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand dollars and can also be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day the offence is continued after a notice requires it to comply with the provisions of subsection (1) or (2) that was presented to him.
Proviso (4) If the local authorities think is not necessary or are not practical to use a Board dendeng, it may give written consent order set up, tear down, change or repair is done without setting up a Board dendeng or fence.
The power of buildings that are dilapidated and dangerous 83. (1) If after conducting any investigation it deems fit, the local authority is satisfied that a building or any thing that is affixed is dilapidated, is likely to be dropped or in any manner whatsoever dangerous to someone who is in it or pedestrians on the road incidental to the building, the local authority shall serve a notice to the owner of the building requires it either repair the defect or tear down the building or any thing that is affixed in period specified by the local authority and the local authority may also require the owner to erect such fence or dendeng Board in accordance with any determination and any period specified by him.
Street, drainage and Building 107 (2) Notwithstanding any notice has been served under subsection (1), if the local authority is satisfied that the dangerous for someone to be or live in the building, it may by notice require that every residents and people in the buildings were so clear the building within the period specified by him.
(3) if the notice is delivered when the owner wants to be to fix it, he shall not do so unless he has obtained the approval of planning to do so from the relevant authorities in charge of town and country planning in the area of the building is located.
(4) where the approval of the plan has been given, the owner cannot act repair unless he has submitted plan and determination of the proposed repair and show up to the plan and the determination has been approved by local authorities.
(5) If the owner does not establish or fence Board dendeng within the period specified in the notice or does not establish the Board fence in accordance with the determination of dendeng or local authorities, local authority can enter the premises where the building is located and to erect the fence or dendeng Board.

(6) if the owner is unable to tear down the building within the period specified in the notice, the owner can ask the local authority in order to carry out the requirements of the notice.
(7) there are any request made by the owner under subsection (6) may release the owner of liabilities under this section unless he makes the request within the time prescribed for him tear down the building and unless during that period also he — (a) by depositing a sum of money the local authority deemed enough by local authorities to cover the costs and expenses of — (i) the collapse of the building;
Laws of Malaysia ACT 133108 (ii) transfer any movable property found in the building;
(iii) keep the movable property; and (iv) any other activities incidental to or arising from subparagraph (i), (ii) and (iii);
(b) indemnify and keep indemnified the local authority of any claim, replace the damaged, losses, action or proceeding may be brought against local authorities arising from or incidental to subparagraphs (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv); and (c) whatever the sums payable under paragraph (a), pay to the local authority a sum of money determined by the State authority for the purposes of penempat again.
(8) any person who fails to comply with the requirements of the notice under subsection (1) or (2) a fine not exceeding two hundred fifty dollars for each day the offence is continued after the expiry of the period specified in the notice.
(9) If the owner fails to comply with the requirements of the notice, the local authority may do any or all of the acts required by the notice and whatever the obligation of the owner to pay any penalty under subsection (8), the owner shall pay the amount of the money to local authorities as required under subsection (7) and the owner shall be deemed to have indemnified the local authority in carrying out the requirements of the notice as if he had asked the local authorities to do so.
(10) a certificate from the local authority stating the amount of money required to be paid by the owner under subsection (5) and (9) shall be conclusive evidence of the money due and is not subject to any appeal or review in any court.
Street, drainage and Building 109 Power shut down and ensure the safety of buildings left 84. (1) where any building or land, with abandoned or because of disputed kepunyaannya or by other causes, still not bertenan and by such matter can become a place of focus pemalas and persons misbehaving or becomes a public nuisance and not been complained of by any two or more persons neighbors or by a police officer not below the rank of Assistant Superintendent or officer or Health , the local authority, after proper investigation, may direct that a notice in writing is given to the owner or the person claiming the owner, if he is known and lived in Malaysia, or, if he is not known or not living in Malaysia, may direct that the notice ditampalkan at the door of the building or at any part of the premises is conspicuous, require the person in respect of which , wherever they are, so as to guarantee the safety and close the building or stop the nuisance in any period specified by him.
(2) any person who fails to comply with the requirements of the notice can be liable to a fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars for each day the offence is continued after the expiry of the period specified in the notice.
(3) if the owner does not comply with the requirements of the notice, the local authority may do any or all of the acts required by the notice and the cost and expenses of making work that can be claimed by the local authority from the owner.
Building accessible to the public shall be net 85. (1) the owner or occupier of a building or any part thereof that may be entered into by members of the public shall be — (a) always clean it and always take care of cleanliness of the building or part thereof that are clean and good and also take care of so that it is in good condition; and the laws of Malaysia ACT 133110 (b) care of the building or part thereof that are free from any condition which may endanger the life or health of its employees, the public and other users of the building or part thereof.
(2) If, in the opinion of the local authority, the owner or occupier of any building or part thereof does not comply with paragraph (1) (a) or (b), the local authority may, by notice in writing, require the owner or occupier of it within the period specified therein take any measures it deems fit by local authorities.
(3) any person who contravenes subsection (1) or refuse to, careless or not complied with within the period specified in any notice issued by the local authority under subsection (2), shall on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit and * can also be liable to a fine not exceeding two hundred dollars for each day the offence is continued after the expiry of the period specified in the notice.
(4) where any person who has served a notice under subsection (2) shall not be bound by them, local authorities may, in its discretion, and without prejudice to any proceedings under subsection (3) and either before or after the start or conclusion of the proceedings to carry out all or any of the requirements set out in the notice and demand from the person's costs and expenses thereof.
(5) local authorities can recognise the costs and expenses incurred and the certificate of the local authority is conclusive evidence of the amount of money due and is not subject to any appeal or review in any court.
Regular building inspection 85A. (1) in this section — "engineer" means a registered professional engineer registered under the Engineers Registration Act 1967;
"owner" means the owner of a building and in relation to the building include the owner of parcel dipecahbahagikan the building.
* NOTE — Formerly "one thousand dollars" and "one hundred dollars" – view of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Regulations 1994 [Act A903].
Street, drainage and Building 111 (2) of this section shall apply only in respect of a building that is more than five levels and any storey of a building is or is located in the lower level of the floor below it shall be deemed to be a floor.
(3) local authorities may, without prejudice to its powers under section 83, by notice in writing served upon the owner of a building, require the building inspected — (a) after the tenth year from the date of first occupation certificate in respect of the buildings were removed; and (b) after that at intervals that are not more than ten years from the date of the completion of inspections on the building under this section.
(4) the owner of a building shall, upon receipt of a notice under subsection (3), causing the building to be examined within the time prescribed in the notice by an engineer to be appointed by him.
(5) where notice under subsection (3) are not complied with, the local authority can examine the building or buildings were inspected by an engineer appointed by him and get all expenses reasonably incurred by him in do so from the owner of the building.
(6) an engineer who commits an inspection under this section shall examine the building in the manner prescribed in the by-laws which shall take into account the following: (a) a visual inspection of the building, including a visual survey of the State of the building and elements of the structure and any additional or alteration at the building and structure;
(b) the preparation and submission to local authorities a report on the results of the visual inspection;
(c) If, after considering the results of the visual inspection, engineers of the suspect on a reasonable basis or are of the opinion the laws of Malaysia ACT 133112 that there are defects, changes shape or degradation of the building or structure that will or is likely to endanger or diminish the stability or integrity of the structural parts of the building, he must seek permission from local authorities to conduct an inquiry of the structure of the building include investigations concerned with structure;
(d) if the local authorities allowed the request made under paragraph (c) the engineer shall be guilty of an investigation fully structure shall include the following: (i) take all reasonable steps to obtain information relating to the design, erection, maintenance and history of the building;
(ii) the check with reasonable efforts to plan the building structure together with the count of structure, or if the plan or the count could not be found to be rebuilding plan and the count if so required by the local authorities, with a view to determine any deficiency in the structural elements of the building;

(iii) perform testing of structural elements of the building without damaging any part thereof;
(iv) perform testing of building materials; and (v) perform load testing on any part of the building that the engineer thinks necessary; and (e) the engineer shall then prepare and submit to the authorities a report on the investigation of the structure fully and syornya.
(7) an engineer who commits an inspection or investigation of the structure of a building shall be entitled to at any reasonable time full access and free to the building and any part thereof that he/she is required to inspect or investigate and any person who menggalang, prevent or melengahkannya on the implementation of its duties shall be guilty of an offence.
Street, drainage and Building 113 (8) without prejudice to the rights of local authorities for the exercise of its powers and get expenses under this section, any owner of a building melangggar or fails to comply with a notice under subsection (3) shall be guilty of an offence.
(9) the State authority may, by order in the Gazette, provide for the application of this section, any adaptations or modifications specified therein, for the building in respect of which no certificate of fitness for occupation issued by local authorities.
(10) the local authority may, if it is satisfied after a visual inspection evaluating the reports submitted under paragraph (6) (b) or structural investigation report and recommendations in full engineer submitted under paragraph (6) (e), as the case may be — (a) agree fully with it;
(b) reject it;
(c) agree with half of it; or (d) get second opinion thereon.
(11) the local authority can then — (a) to issue an order to the owner of the building to take the necessary measures to correct or repair any defects, changes shape or deterioration of recommended by the engineer within such period as may be determined by the local authority; or (b) in lieu of an investigation under section 83, issue an order to the owner of the building for the closure and peruntuhannya.
(12) before exercising his power under subsection (11), the local authority shall, if it is reasonably practical to do so, serve a copy of an order made thereunder to all residents of the building.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 133114 (13) any person who fails to comply with an order given under subsection (11) may on conviction in a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or both and can also be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars for each day the offence continues after conviction.
(14) Notwithstanding subsection (13) if the owner of a building does not comply with an order issued under subsection (11), the local authority may take any measures specified in the order or memperdapatkan closure and demolition of the building and to obtain from the owner's expenses reasonably incurred by him in connection with it.
Nuisance which can be acknowledged directly thereon under this Act 86. For the purpose of section 87, 88, 89 and 90 — (a) any premises or any part thereof of any construction or in any condition that will be nuisance or cause any disasters or threats to health;
(b) an penakung, the small, watercourses, an improved, jamban pump, the toilet's water, toilet, place a small bowel of faeces tanks, sewer or drain, such a foul or in such condition or which is to be a nuisance or cause any disasters or threats to health;
(c) a building — (i) is not maintained in a clean and not free from effluvia arising out of a sewer, drains, toilets, the toilet's water tank, stools, place small bowel or other nuisance; or (ii) is not replaced with a way that will make harmless as far as possible any gas, vapor, abuk or anything dirty other going off at the time of the work carried out therein which have become a nuisance or cause any disasters or threats to health;
Street, drainage and Building 115 (d) any huts or sheds, whether used as a place of residence or as animal pens or for any other purpose, which become a nuisance or cause any disasters or threats to health caused by the way the sheds or huts collected crowded or by the absence of drainage or by not mungkinnya garbage or filth be removed or by any other reason;
(e) a mine the bricks, sand pit or any other type of korokan bring disaster to a health or nuisance to the neighborhood or used for a purpose that may bring disaster to health, it is a nuisance that can be acknowledged directly thereon under section 87, 88, 89 and 90 of this Act.
The notice requires nuisance terminated 87. (1) on receipt of any information on the existence of a nuisance that can be acknowledged directly about it under this Act, the local authority shall, if satisfied as to the existence of a nuisance, serve a notice to the person causing the nuisance arose or continues through the Act, default or pembiarannya or, if such person cannot be found, to the residents or the owner of the premises where the nuisance arising requires it, stop the nuisance within the period specified in the notice and carry out any work and doing anything necessary for that purpose and, if local authorities consider necessary, specify any works to be carried out.
Power requires work carried out (2) the local authority can also be with the notice or by a notice other communicated to residents, the owner, or the person requires it do what is necessary to prevent the occurrence of the nuisance and, if local authorities consider necessary, specify any works to be carried out for the purpose, and may serve notice of laws of Malaysia ACT 133116 is even nuisance has been terminated at that time if local authorities are of the opinion that the nuisance It might happen again in the premises as well.
(3) if the nuisance arising from the absence or defect of a type of construction frame or if the premises not occupied, then the notice shall be served upon the owner.
(4) if the person causing the nuisance could not be found and are real that the nuisance is not publish or not continuous through the Act, default or pembiaran residents or the owner of the premises, the local authority may cause to be nuisance that terminated and can do what is necessary to prevent the occurrence of the nuisance of it.
(5) where a notice has been served on a person under this section and either — (a) the nuisance arising from the Act or default of the person bersengaja; or (b) that person fails to comply with any requirements of the notice within the period specified, the person may on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars for each offence whether a nuisance order mentioned in this Act made or not made to it.
When the notice is not complied with, order nuisance shall be made 88. (1) where either — (a) the person to whom a notice to discontinue the nuisance was presented as the above fails to comply with any instructions of the notice within the period specified; or (b) the nuisance in the opinion of the local authority, may occur again the premises although it has been discontinued since the notice is delivered, roads, drainage and building 117 local authorities on complaints, the magistrate who heard the complaint can be made on the person an order direct in this Act referred to as an "order of nuisance".
Nuisance order (2) an order of nuisance can be an order of termination or an order of prohibition or an order close or a combination of such orders.
Cessation of order (3) an order may require a person to comply with the termination of all or any of the instructions the notice, or even stop the nuisance within the period specified in the order.
Order of prohibition (4) a prohibition order may prohibit the occurrence of a nuisance.
When to set out the work to be carried out (5) an order of cessation or prohibition order shall, if the person who made the order to it wishes or if the Court found necessary, indicating the work to be carried out by that person for the purpose of stopping or preventing the nuisance of it.
Closing order (6) an order closing may prohibit a residential house from used to human.
When to pick from (7) an order closing shall be made only if there has been proved to the satisfaction of the Court that an laws of Malaysia ACT 133118

residential houses are not eligible for human by virtue of a nuisance, and, if evidence is given, the Court shall make an order closing and may impose a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars: provided that an order closing cannot be made unless a notice to hear complaints with which the order is to be made has been ditampalkan in a place visible to tell in the notice that a population can show cause the premises protesting the order is made.
Cancel the order close (8) a court, when satisfied that the residence was made eligible for the human, can declare that it is so satisfied and may cancel the order closing it.
Penalties for non-compliance with order (9) any person who fails to comply with an order of nuisance on the cessation of a nuisance can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars a day for a period he did not adhere to it unless he is the satisfaction of the Court that he has conducted all the necessary efforts to implement the order.
(10) any person who knowingly and bersengaja acts contrary to an order of prohibition or closing order can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars a day for the duration of the actions to the contrary.
(11) in any matter referred to in subsection (9) and (10), local authority or a person authorized by the local authorities in writing in that behalf may enter the premises intended by an order nuisance and can discontinue or eliminate the nuisance and do anything necessary for carrying out the order and expenses incurred thereby shall be paid by the person who broke it.
Street, drainage and Building 119 (12) regarding the nuisance caused by the Act or default of the owner of the premises, the expenses together with any costs and expenses ordered by the Court in order to be paid by the owner shall be deemed to be an expense for which the worn section 101 and can be claimed under that section.
(13) a court making an order under this section may require any person who thereon any order made to pay all costs and expenses incurred to obtain the order.
Evict after closing command (14) where a closing order was made of a dwelling house, the local authority shall serve notice of the order to every residents of the residential houses and within such period as may be specified in the notice that is not less than seven days (except in the case of immediate danger) after the notice of the order shall be served followed by him and he and his family lived in residential houses should be stopped and if the defaults do so that he can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars a day for a period he did not comply with the order, and the Court shall, on the application of local authorities, make an order directly to mengusirnya and the order may be enforced by any officer or police officer, officer or employee of the local authority duly authorised in writing by local authorities: Expense to move provided that the owner shall give to every tenan which tenansinya has not terminated with the legal laws of such allowances a reasonable, if any, according to as permitted or ordered by a court as an expense that can be moved and allowance be claimed directly in front of a Magistrate.
Order to tear down the houses are not eligible for residence 89. (1) where an order has been made about a closed residential houses and the order is not revoked by any laws of Malaysia ACT 133120 order later, local authorities, if of the opinion that — (a) the residence is not eligible to serve as a human;
(b) the necessary measures are not taken with every effort that is supposed to make it qualify as such; and (c) is still beradanya a building, IE as a residence or as a part of residential houses, dangerous or bring disaster to people's health or the health of the residents of neighbouring residential home, can make a complaints to a magistrate's Court, and the Court after hearing complaints that may make an order directly on the owner to tear down the dwelling house within the period specified in the order.
(2) such order may also contain an instruction that the building materials or any part of such materials shall be destroyed.
Order demolition of 90. (1) If an order to tear down a building has been made, the owner of the building shall, within the period referred to in the order, and tear down the building and eliminate, if the direct order to collapse the building owner shall destroy such material of the building as far as mentioned in the order.
(2) if the owner fails to comply with the order, the local authority or a person authorised by the local authorities for that purpose shall act tear down and delete the building and, if necessary, destroy the materials of its materials, and may claim the costs of the work of the owner.
(3) Section 101 shall apply for any amount of money that can be claimed from the owner under this section.
Street, drainage and Building 121 PART VI a VARIETY of mandatory Order 91. (1) when a person is the owner or occupier is required under this Act or move to erect a building or things or carry out other work in accordance with the provisions of this Act, and such owner or occupier after notice should not erect or move the building or the thing or not to carry out the work within the period specified, the local authority can make a complaints and the magistrate's Court after hearing complaints that may be made on the owner or occupier of such an order direct in this Act referred to as a "mandatory order", requiring the owner or occupier to carry out the required work.
Mandatory order requirements (2) a mandatory order shall require the person to whom it is directed that in order to carry out any work which the Court is empowered to require the carried out within the period specified in the order and shall also require that person to pay the local authority a sum for costs and expenses incurred to obtain the mandatory order.
Penalty for non-compliance (3) (a) any person to whom the order is addressed and that does not comply with a mandatory order can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars a day for a period he did not comply with it unless he is the satisfaction of the Court that he has used every effort that was supposed to carry out the order.
(b) if the person fails to comply with the order, the local authority can enter the premises and carry out the works required are carried out and expenses thereby incurred by local authorities can be claimed from the laws of Malaysia ACT 133122 people who do not comply with the order, as the case law relating to article get paid any fine.
The provisions on appeal against the order of 92. (1) where a person appeals to the High Court against an order of mandatory, there are no any liability against a penalty can arise as well, except as mentioned in this section, there are any proceedings which may be taken or no any work can be done under the order until the appeal has been decided or abandoned.
Penalties if the appeal is rejected (2) where an order is made mandatory and someone is not complying with the order and the person appealed against that order to the High Court and the appeal is dismissed or abandoned, the appeal may be on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars a day for the duration of the order is not complied with, unless the satisfaction of the Court before which the proceedings are taken to impose a penalty that the material is no reason for the appeal and that the appeal not be made solely for the purpose of melengah-lengahkan and, if the appeal is heard by the High Court the Court may, when it rejected the appeal, impose a penalty as if the Court was the Court before which he is required to attend.
Proceedings pending appeal (3) If a mandatory order made on someone and appeal made against the order and the Court which makes the order is of the opinion that the mandatory order, if not exercised, will bring disaster or danger to health or public safety and that implement the order immediately will not cause any damage shall not be compensated for by damages , the Court can give powers to local authorities in order to carry out the work immediately.
Street, drainage and Building 123

(4) where local authorities carry out the work and the appeal is successful, the local authorities shall pay the cost for the implementation of that and also damage, if any, obtained by the person due to the implementation of that, but if the appeal is rejected or abandoned, the local authority can claim costs for the implementation of that person.
Proceedings if the owner is unknown to 93. (1) if the name or address of the owner of the premises in respect of which a Magistrate authorized to make an order mandatory is not known and cannot with reasonable endeavours are known, the Court may issue a summons addressed to the owner of the premises.
(2) the summons may be served in the manner specified in section 119.
(3) if the owner is not present when the summons is heard, the Court may, even if he is not present, make an order thereon as may be made by the Court if he is present but the Court may not impose any fine on it.
Ex-parte order may be made in a matter requiring immediate action 94. (1) where in a case in which the magistrate's Court there has jurisdiction to make an order mandatory, the Court is of the opinion that the matter complained of will bring disaster or danger to public health or safety and immediate implementation of the requested work made it won't cause any damage that cannot be compensated for with replace broken, the Court may, by an order ex parte , empowers local authorities to implement it immediately.
(2) if the application for an order of mandatory rejected then, local authorities shall pay the damage found by anyone due to that, but if the mandatory order is given then the local authorities can claim the cost of the work.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 133124 Protection for State authorities and officials of their own liabilities 95. (1) no matter or thing done and there a contract made by an authority of the State and no matter or thing done by an officer who was assigned to administer this Act or by any other person acting under the direction of an authority States can make their own or any of their own, subject to any acts , liability, claim or demand if the thing or it was done or the contract has been made bona fide for the purpose of carrying out this Act.
(2) the State authorities, local authorities and an officer or an officer or employee of the local authority shall not be subject to any action, liability, claim or demand arising out of any building works or other works carried out in accordance with the provisions of this Act or of any by-laws made thereunder or by reason of the fact that the building work or pelannya is subject to inspection and approval of the State authority , the local authority or a public officer or an officer or employee of the State authority or the local authority and nothing-nothing in this Act or in any by-laws made thereunder may make it compulsory for the State authority or the local authority to inspect any building, or building materials building or site any building proposed to specify that the provisions of this Act or of any by-laws made thereunder are complied with or that the plan certification and notice submitted to it that is accurate.
Indemnity by the local authority 96. Any expenses incurred by a State authority, an officer or any other person acting under section 95 shall be borne by the local authorities.
Street, drainage and Building 125 Power to enter lands for the purposes of this Act, 97. A local authority may, for the purposes of this Act, through its officers, employees, agents or suppliers, enter at any reasonable time during the day of any building or land and also for the purpose of making any inspection or measurement as well as for the purpose of performing any work that is permitted by this Act that performed by him without can take any action at law against it or apply any disturbance to him by reason of such entry or because of anything that they do in any part of any building or land is in accordance with this Act: the Proviso provided that local authorities cannot enter any residence that is completely occupied, except with the consent of its residents or after the residents told the twenty-four hours in advance: also provided that the State authority may declare that a class of premises may be inspected at night which is the premise that by-laws may be made under this Act for the control and mengawasnya and thus an officer , employee, agent or contractor duly authorized in writing in that behalf may, at any time during the day or night and without notice, to enter any premises and class set out in the Declaration to use any force necessary and search or can inspect them.
Powers of an authority to enter land adjacent to the 98 works. (1) a local authority may, by officers, employees, agents or suppliers, enter any land incidental to any authorised work made by this Act or that is a hundred yards from the work for the purpose of putting on the ground that any land-soil, gravel, sand, lime, brick, stone or other materials or for any other purpose relating to the formation of the work without making any payment , a tender or deposit in advance the laws of Malaysia ACT 133126 first, by doing, how little damage can in exercise some of the powers hereby and by paying compensation for any temporary occupation or temporary damage are the land to the owner or the residents from time to time and by following a few times temporary occupation or any damage in the meantime do and by paying compensation to the owner for any permanent disaster , if any, to the land.
(2) where a dispute arises with respect to the amount or distribution of the compensation, then the dispute shall be settled in the manner hereinafter provided.
(3) before a local authority do any temporary use of land shall be incidental to the works or located near the work mentioned above, the local authority shall give notice seven days will aim to the owner or occupier of the land to be set aside and that much of the land is required to use it from other land is connected with the work with erect enough fence.
A local authority in carrying out the work shall hold the street, etc., if existing roads terbencana 99. (1) in exercising any work directed or authorized to pick from, a local authority shall hold and make some roads, watercourses, drainage and sufficient and appropriate channels in the place where that so disturbed, terbencana or used as not useful due to perform it.
(2) local authorities shall pay reasonable compensation to any person suffering damage by reason of the execution of the work and in the event of a dispute the amount of compensation shall be determined and resolved in the manner hereinafter provided.
Street, drainage and Building 127 penalties for preventing an authority in its obligations 100. Any person who at any time running, prevent or interfere with a local authority or any of its officers, employees, agents or suppliers on doing and discharging its duties or anything which he is empowered or required to make pursuant to or by virtue of this Act, or who remove any sign placed for the purpose of indicating a level or direction necessary to perform the work authorized by this Act , shall on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding * one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a period up to six months.
Compensation, damages and cost shall be decided by the Court 101. (1) in all respects except as otherwise provided, when compensation, damages, charges, costs and expenses directed by the Act in order to be paid by the local authority to someone or by someone to someone other then the lesser amount and, if necessary, an appropriation of that amount and any question of liability, in the event of dispute or if payment is not made, shall be determined and resolved directly by a magistrate's Court.
(2) if the amount of compensation, damages, fees, costs or expenses not paid by the liable can be made within seven days after the breach can be claimed, complained to a magistrate's Court and the amount claimed by way of as if it were a fine imposed by a magistrate's Court.

(3) an appeal against any decision of the magistrate's Court under this section shall be made to the High Court and the provisions of the criminal procedure code [Act 593] shall mutatis mutandis apply to such appeals.
Residents can perform the work if the owner does not carry it out 102. When a person is the owner of any premises shall not carry out any work required under this Act * NOTE — Formerly "two hundred dollars" and "three months imprisonment" – view of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Regulations 1994 [Act A903].
Laws of Malaysia ACT 133128 implemented by him, one of the residents premises it may, with the approval of local authorities the cause to be implemented and the cost thereof shall be paid to him by the owner or the amount of expenses that can be deducted from the rent due paid by him from time to time to the owner and the residents may, if there are any special agreement, on the other hand holds the expenses until possession has been reimbursed to him in full.
The exception of agents there money in the hands of 103. (1) No 28 who received rent of the premises as a recipient or agent for another person is not liable to do anything required by this Act so done by the owner of the premises if, after he or the actual owner has been required to do a job, that person gives notice to the local authorities, within seven days after the instruction is made, stating that he had no enough money belongs to the person on his behalf he accepted the rent to pay for the work.
(2) in the case of local authorities therefore can itself perform the and expenses incurred thereon shall be charged and claimed as hereinafter provided.
Claim the expenses and costs payable by the owner of 104. (1) all and any sum payable by the owner or the owner-the owner or that can be claimed from the owner or the owner-the owner of expenses and costs incurred by local authorities on or on doing any work that can be claimed under this Act of the owner or the owner-the owner of a premises shall, subject to and without prejudice to the other rights of local authorities , become a first obligation on premises of which expense or cost it was committed.
(2) in addition to any remedies provided by this Act any amount of money that can be claimed in the manner hereinafter provided, and the person liable to pay that money was the owner or owner-owner at the time the job completed.
Street, drainage and Building 129 (3) if any residents requested by or on behalf of the local authority so that States the name of the owner of the premises and he refuses or willfully not expressed or intentionally misstated the name of the owner of that population can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars, unless he shows to the satisfaction of the Court the reasons why he has refused or has misstated the name of the owner.
Proceedings if the money is not paid (4) If an amount of money has not been paid at the end of the time set, a notice shall be served upon the person or any of those people, if more than one, which is liable to pay the money, asking him to pay the money together with a payment of fixed for the cost of the notice, within fifteen days after the notice is served.
(5) if there is a person who is liable to pay that money can be found, the notice shall be deemed to have been duly served perfectly with menampalkannya at the Office of the local authorities and with affixing a copy at any part of the premises is conspicuous which premises about it expense or cost it was committed.
(6) if any amount of the money or a part thereof is still due and remaining unpaid upon the expiry of fifteen days mentioned that or a further period allowed by local authorities, the money shall be deemed to be bertunggakan and can be claimed as hereinafter provided.
(7) the liability mentioned above shall be binding, and powers and remedies given above can be carried out from the date of completion of the work, and then from the power and the remedies that may be exercised against the premises or against any movable property or mega then found thereon even if any change has occurred regarding the ownership or occupation of the premises later than that date.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 133130 get paid expenses and cost 105 installments. (1) where a local authority has been doing expense or cost at or on doing any work, which under this Act, payable by the owner or the owner-the owner or recoverable from the owner or owner-owner, local authorities may either claim the expenses and the cost of it in the manner provided above or, if he thinks fit, be able to obtain an agreement from the owner or the owner-the owner to pay any instalment sufficient to explain all the amount of expense and cost it as well as the interest on a rate of no more than six per cent per annum, within not more than ten years.
(2) If an instalment or interest not paid on the date specified by any of the deal so that paid then all the remaining amount outstanding at that time together with flowers bertunggakan, shall be due and payable immediately and can be claimed in the same manner as provided in section 104 notwithstanding any change has occurred on the premises belonging to or occupation since the date of the agreement.
Proceedings to obtain payment arrears 106. (1) in order to obtain payment of arrears of local authorities is to have one or both of the following powers and can run it, whether a previous one or simultaneously, in addition to the remedies provided by this Act — (a) local authorities may issue a warrant of detention may take pursuant to the warrant of any movable property belonging to any person and mega be liable to pay the arrears and can also take any movable property or mega belonging to any person found on the premises with which the arrears due paid and may, after the prescribed notice be served, sell movable or mega through public auctions in the prescribed manner;
Street, drainage and Building 131 (b) local authorities may, by a notice of sale presented or published in the prescribed manner, declared the goal you want to sell the premises with which the arrears due payable upon the expiry of three months from the date of the notice of the sale, and if the arrears are not paid or settled at the end of that period, local authorities can sell through public auction , by lot or by other means, each of the premises or any part thereof or any interest thereon as he thinks enough to obtain payment of arrears and the costs: provided that local authorities cannot act under paragraph (b) to sell the premises with which the arrears due have been paid, or any part thereof or any interest thereon, if there is the on-premises and in turn can be obtained and sold under paragraph (a) movable or mega belongs to owner that's a value according to the estimation of local authorities was enough to get the amount of money required to pay arrears and the costs.
(2) any tenan, tenan small, or residents who pay any arrears and costs in order to avoid his property from being taken or sold for non-payment arrears due paid by the owner of the premises, could be later than that, if in the absence of any written agreement to the contrary, deduct the amount paid by him from the rentals due paid or due from him to the landlord eventually because the premises or any part thereof held or occupied by him , and able to hold possession of the premises or any part thereof is next up to that amount was dibayarganti to him in full either by memotongnya from rentals or in other ways. Any small tenan tenan or paid replacement, either by allowing a deduction from sewanya or by other means, one small or population tenan holding or sitting underneath the amount paid by the residents or tenan was similar reserves the right to deduct that amount from the rent due is paid or payable to landlord and eventually to hold possession until been reimbursed in similar.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 133132 (3) Receipt from any public officer duly authorized for the successful completion of the amount paid by tenan, tenan small or residents shall be deemed to be a full solution for the amount of rent that is similar.

(4) where a premises with which outstanding monies due have been paid, or if any movable property or mega referred to in subsection (1) or if its sales revenue is already present in the custody of the law under any process of implementation with which local authorities cannot carry out the remedies given to him earlier than this, the local authority may notify the sheriff or belif Court in question will be the amount of the outstanding , and is entitled without getting a penalty paid that amount from the proceeds of sale of the premises or the property in advance of judgment debtor and creditor of the judgment and of any other creditors.
(5) a certificate on the outstanding amounts of local authorities shall be prima facie evidence, unless the certificate is disputed by the debtor of the judgment, and, in the event of dispute, that amount shall be determined directly by a court magistrate.
107 prisoners. (1) Detention referred to in paragraph 106 (1) (a) may be made by a person appointed for that purpose by the local authority and the person shall notify the public of the detainees and make an inventory of the property withheld.
(2) such person shall be deemed to be a public servants within the meaning of the Penal Code [Act 574].
(3) the person can break in a house or building during the day for the purpose of implementing the detention.
The use of the proceeds of sale of 108. (1) the proceeds of sale under subsection 106 (1) shall be used first to settle the arrears and interest at the rate of six per cent per annum as well as cost.
Street, drainage and Building 133 (2) in the event of any surplus is found there, the local authority shall, if satisfied as to the rights of any person claiming the surplus, pay the lesser amount to that person or, if not satisfied, the local authority shall hold the amount in trust for the person who is likely to succeed ultimately in legally proved only in respect of the surplus.
(3) if there are any title proved against the surplus in two years from the date of the sale, the surplus shall be paid into the funds of the Development Service of the local authorities.
Title given through purchase on sale under section 106 109. (1) the purchaser at a sale held under paragraph 106 (1) (b) shall be deemed to have earned the right to be offered for sale is free of all low interest earned therefrom except interest reserved expressly by the local authority at the time of the sale.
(2) local authorities shall in such manner as it thinks fit to tell the public the results of the sale and transfer of rights to the buyer of the property or the rights offered for sale the.
The cost of action to obtain payment of arrears 110. All the costs of an action to obtain payment of arrears can be claimed as if the cost becomes part of the arrears.
The power to withhold sales 111. If any person having any interest on a property can be sold offers outstanding and interest and costs to the local authority at any time before the sale, then the local authority should therefore stop all further action in regard to it.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 133134 Application to the Court 112. (1) if any person who is movable, mega or land was detained or advertised for sale dispute the detention or the kepatutan sales, he may apply for an order to suspend the action.
(2) the Court shall, after hearing the evidence of local authorities and make a further investigation as may be necessary, make such order as may be applicable.
Securities shall be given 113. There are no such application may be entertained by the Court under section 112 unless the applicant has deposited the amount of arrears and the costs in the Court or have provided security therefor to the satisfaction of the Court.
Liabilities pemindah belonging to 114. (1) every person who sells or transfer possession of any property of which costs and expenses have been made by local authorities on or on doing any work and costs and expenses that can be claimed under this Act of the owner of the property, that person still be liable to pay all costs and expenses payable in respect of such property and complete all other liability imposed by this Act on the property owner , that is, the costs and expenses payable or liability to be executed at any time before a notice of transfers is given.
(2) there is nothing in this section shall affect the liability of the purchaser or recipient of transfers to pay expenses or costs in respect of the property or shall affect the right of local authorities to claim for the costs and expenses of the purchaser or recipient of transfers or to enforce any liability under this Act of the purchaser or recipient of such transfers.
Street, drainage and Building 135 Proceedings if one population protesting work carried out 115. (1) where the population of a particular premises the premises owner prevented from performing any provisions of this Act concerning the premises after notice of the goal you want to do so is given by the owner to the population, may be a Magistrate, when it is proved and on the application of the owner, make an order in writing, require the owner allows the residents to carry out all the work relating to the premises as may be necessary for carrying out the provisions of this Act and may if it thinks fit , ordered the residents pay to the owner the cost relating to the application or the order.
(2) If after the end of eight days from the date of the order that residents still refused to allow the owner to carry out work that residents can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for every day the refusal continues, and every owner that, within the population still refuse to allow it to carry out the work, shall be discharged from any penalties if not therefore be imposed thereon by reason he did not carry out the work.
Dispose of objects and goods transferred by 116 local authorities. (1) any article or thing has been transferred by any local authority in the exercise of a job that it reserves the right to run it under this Act shall become the property of local authorities unless otherwise provided and can be sold through public auction or, if in the opinion of the local authority the circumstances requiring the goods or things can be sold or otherwise disposed of without sale.
(2) monies earned from sales that can be stored by the local authority and used for or against expenses incurred and surplus, if any, shall be paid, when requested, to the owner or that stuff.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 133136 (3) if the surplus is not demanded in two years it shall be paid into the funds of the Development Service of the local authorities.
(4) where a substance or goods belonging to persons transferred by local authorities in the exercise of any of the works, the local authority shall direct that objects and items that, if sold, sold separately.
License shall be at the discretion of 117. (1) the grant or renewal of a licence in accordance with this Act or under any by-law made thereunder shall be at the discretion of the local authority or authorized person to give or membaharuinya and a licence may be granted, renewed or rejected without assigning any reason and may be granted or renewed subject to such restrictions and conditions as it deems fit by local authorities or those who give or membaharuinya and such licence shall be subject to suspension or cancellation of any time without compensation and without notice be given by local authorities when violated any restrictions or conditions that are subject to it it has been issued.
(2) the local authority or person authorised to grant or renew the license may require any pemohonnya give any information which may be required on a reasonable basis by local authorities or that person for considering the application fully and proper and in the event that information not given local authority or person shall refuse to grant or renew the licence.
(3) except as otherwise provided for a licence granted or renewed pursuant to this Act or in accordance with any by-laws made thereunder may be granted or renewed for a period of not more than twelve months in accordance with the provisions as it deems fit by local authorities.
(4) a payment, if any, as may be prescribed shall be charged for the grant or renewal of a licence.
Street, drainage and Building 137 (5) no such licence may be transferred without the consent of local authorities.

(6) except as otherwise provided for any person aggrieved by the refusal of a local authority grant or renew a licence or aggrieved by the suspension or cancellation of a licence by the local authority may, in the month of the licence granted or renewed refused, suspended or revoked appeal to the State authorities and the State Authorities decision thereon shall be final.
(7) in this section "licence" includes an approval, consent, permission, permit, authorisation or licence may be given pursuant to this Act or in accordance with any by-laws made thereunder.
Notice, etc.
118. The State authority may prescribe the form of notice and other documents issued under this Act.
Receipts and notices may be given by duly authorized officer in respect of 119. (1) all notices, orders, receipts, warrants and other documents of whatever type that something local authorities authorized to provide by this Act or by any by-laws made thereunder may be given by an officer or employee of a duly authorized therefor by the local authority.
(2) where a notice, order, receipt, warrant or document certified, signature or f csimile signature local authority or an officer or employee of a duly authorized therefor by the local authority revealed it was confirmation enough.
Serve notice 120. (1) every notice of summons, order, or document required or authorized by this Act or by any laws of Malaysia ACT 133138 by-laws made thereunder to be served on the person can be served — (a) by delivering it to the person or by delivering it to a member or employee of the adult of his family in their homes the last known;
(b) by leaving it at the place of residence or place of business of the person's usual or last known address in an envelope addressed to the person; or (c) by sending it by post in an envelope that has been paid the fee and addressed to that person at the residence or place of business or the end of the known.
(2) a notice, order, summons or document required or authorized by this Act or by any by-laws made thereunder to be served on the owner or occupier of a premises shall be deemed to have been addressed successfully if addressed with description "owner" or "residents" of the premises without further description or name.
(3) a notice, order, summons or document required or authorized by this Act or by any by-laws made thereunder to be served on the owner or occupier of a premises may be served by delivering it or a copy of it that is true to an adult in the premises or, if no person so the premises to which therefore can be submitted with reasonable efforts , by affixing the notice, summons, order or document is in a part of the premises is conspicuous.
Failure to comply with the notice. General penalty 121. (1) when a notice under this Act or under any by-law made thereunder require an act done or piece of work carried out by the owner or occupier of a premises and the requirements of the notice is not complied with, the person who broke it, if there is nothing on the street, drainage and building 139 fines provided for by special default that, can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or * , if a work is required to be done, to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars per day.
(2) when a notice that requires an act done or piece of work carried out and no any time prescribed therefor by this Act or by any by-laws made thereunder then the notice shall specify a reasonable time to comply with the requirements.
Court to try offences 122. An offence under this Act or under any by-law made thereunder may be tried by a Magistrate.
Local authorities, etc., may direct the prosecution 123. (1) the local authority may direct that conducted a prosecution for any offence under this Act and under any by-law made thereunder and local authorities shall pay any expenses which may be done in the prosecution.
(2) any local authority officer or police officer may conduct the prosecution on behalf of the local authorities.
Employees of the authority may request the name and address in certain matters 124. (1) any person who is charged by an officer or employee of the local authority or any police officer on an offence under this Act or under any by-law made thereunder shall give the name and his address to the officer, employee or police officer, if so required.
(2) the residents of a particular premises shall, if required by any officer or employee of the local authority or * RECORDS — Formerly "five hundred dollars" and "one hundred dollars" – view of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Regulations 1994 [Act A903].
Laws of Malaysia ACT 133140 any police officer, give the name and address of the owner of the premises, if known.
Penalty (3) any person who commits an offence under this section or knowingly misstated the name and his address or the name and address of the owner of a premise can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars.
The power of arrest 125. (1) any police officer or officer or employee of the local authority in writing the successful completion by the local authorities in general or in a particular case may catch a person who commits an offence in appear to be or that he believes with reasonable has committed any offence punishable under this Act or under any by-law made thereunder — (a) if the name and address of such person shall not knowingly;
(b) if such person refuses to give the name and his address; or (c) if there is reason to doubt the accuracy of the name and address that, if given.
(2) any person arrested under this section may be detained until the name and his address is specified correctly: provided that no person so arrested be detained longer than is necessary to take him to the front of a court unless the order of a court for remand available.
Exclusion of prosecution 126. There is nothing in this Act shall prevent any person from prosecution under any other laws for any act or omission that is an offence under this Act or under any by-law made thereunder or from applicable under the street, drainage and building 141 other laws that any sentence or other penalty or heavier than anything provided by this Act or by any by-laws made thereunder : provided that no one whatsoever can be punished more than once for the same offence.
Penalties am 127. Any person who is guilty or of an offence under this Act or under any by-law made thereunder for which no such penalty expressly provided can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand dollars and can also be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day the offence continues after conviction.
Damage to property of local authorities shall be repaired in addition to penalties 128. (1) where a person has committed an offence under this Act or under any by-law made thereunder through an Act, negligence or breach of and acts, negligence or default of that person has been causing damage to any property belonging to the local authority, then that person shall be liable to repair such damage in addition to any penalty that may be imposed for the offence.
(2) the amount of the damage, if any dispute is to be decided by the Court submit that the applicable penalties.
(3) the amount of the damages shall be claimed as if it were a fine imposed by the Court.
Inaccuracies in the document 129. There is nothing wrong say the name or description of inaccurate about any person, premises, building, road or place a hold, named or described in any laws of Malaysia ACT 133142 provided documents, issued or delivered, by virtue of this Act or of any by-laws made thereunder or for the purposes of this Act or of any by-laws made thereunder may in any way whatsoever prejudice the effective conduct of this Act or of any by-law in respect of a person or place is if the person or the place is mentioned in the document in a way that can be known, and there are any actions taken under or by virtue of this Act or under or pursuant to any such by-law may be void for non-compliance with formalities.
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130. (1) The contents of a document provided, issued or delivered under, according to power or for the purposes of this Act or of any by-laws made thereunder shall be deemed to be correct until the contrary is proved and the production of a book containing any appropriation made under or by virtue of this Act shall, without any other evidence, accepted as prima facie evidence of the making and Legal Division mentioned in it.
(2) all records, registers and other documents required by this Act or by any by-laws made thereunder to be kept by local authorities or by a public officer shall be deemed to be public documents and copies of them or extracts thereof certified by the officer responsible for him or her as a true copy or as extracts, as the case may be, signed by the officer with his name and the name of his Office is admissible in evidence as proof for the contents of the document or cabutannya.
131. Provision of evidence Notwithstanding the provisions of any written law, in any proceeding under this Act or under any street, drainage and Building 143 which by-laws made thereunder, a certificate for the purpose of proving that — (a) the owner of registered land;
(b) the registered owner of a motor car, duly signed by the district land administrator or Director of road transport, as the case may be, shall be evidence of any fact stated therein unless the contrary is proved.
132 Development Service Fund. (1) for the purposes of this Act a fund named "Development Service Fund" shall be established in each local authority and shall be paid into it all the money that may be paid from time to time to a local authority for the purposes of carrying out the provisions of this Act, all money that can be obtained by local authorities of a person under this Act or under any by-law made thereunder, and any contributions from someone for embellishing , building or organize a road *, drains, sewers, ducts or watercourse.
(2) the Development Service Fund shall be administered by the local authorities at its sole discretion.
(3) without prejudice to the generality of subsection (2) local authorities may pay from the Fund the Development Service any expenses that might be done in carrying out the provisions of this Act.
PART VII the by-laws by-law 133. The State authorities have the power to make by-laws for or in respect of every purpose deemed necessary by him to carry out the provisions of the Act * NOTE — See section 17 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A867].
Laws of Malaysia ACT 133144 and for prescribing anything authorised or required to be prescribed under this Act, and in particular and without prejudice to the generality of the article mentioned above for or in respect of all or any of the matters specified below: (i) install or continue a line intersection, mains, pipes, conduit or electrical lines * (other than sewer) along through, across, above or under a road or a venue arranged or proposed for a run;
(ii) give license to continue and maintain Telegraph wire or cable or wire to channel electricity along or crossing or under public roads and fix and melevi annual fee or other payment thereof;
(iii) level and the width of the road and the construction of roads and build, repair, clean, membasahkan and illuminate with street lighting, canals and bridges and planting and maintaining of trees;
(iv) monitor and control the backlanes, located under the care of the local authority, monitoring and control of public roads and streets arranged or constructed by the local authorities, to license people to use the streets and backlanes for any purpose or in any way certain other purposes using any right past it;
(v) build and backfilling activities arcade and broadcast of the foot and the width and its benchmark;
(vi) construction, maintenance and repair of water supply, sanitation, public space, sink and wash in a building or in any premises;
(vii) * (Cut by the Act A867);
(viii) * maintenance and repair holes ash trash receptacles and containers;
(ix) grant, build, maintain and repair wells, tanks and an improved;
* NOTE — See section 17 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A867].
Street, drainage and Building 145 (x) prevention, transfer and eliminate barriers or violated the border on or above the back alleys, public roads, private road and adjoining Arcade with it and hold and build any part of the land side by side of the road and measures and menurapnya;
(xi) close, fence, light the lamp and fix any holes or place of work, which may present a danger to the public;
(xii) construct, alter and tear down buildings and how as well as the materials to be used in connection therewith;
(xii a) production plan, determination, count, details, documents and reports relating to the erection of buildings, qualified person to produce it and its duties and responsibilities, and the nature and the nature or classification plan, count, details, documents and the report;
(xii b) the methods and procedures for making an application for approval of the plans and determination for erection of buildings;
(xii c) planning, design and erection of buildings includes — (a) the strength of the building structure;
(b) the stability of buildings;
(c) actions to prevent overload;
(d) measures to protect the contiguous building; and (e) a crutch down;
(xii d) procurement dykes and retaining walls;
(xii e) submission of details of people who are qualified, contractors, skilled construction workers and site supervisors used service or employed for the purpose or for the erection of buildings;
Laws of Malaysia ACT 133146 (xii f) designation of documents, books or records to be kept and report or declaration to be made or issued under this Act;
(xii g) time, manner and procedure for making application for temporary occupation certificate, certificate of occupation part and certification for occupation;
(xii h) the methods and procedures for sampling building materials;
(xii i) how to do building inspections on a periodic basis and the form in which the reports related to it shall be submitted;
(xiii) the field forward, the airspace around, lighting, air-conditioning, air replacement, how tall and road and entrance to, provide free parking in or for, building and exit from buildings;
(xiv) the minimum content of the wood or other building materials content in a given building;
(xv) the measurement of the room, compartment ladder and the other buildings and the earmarking of light and air for him;
(xvi) the provisions for paving, width and levels of arcade and broadcast feet;
(xvii) provision for water supply, public cleanliness, space, sink, shower and wash in a building or on a premises;
(xviii) provision, construction, maintenance and repair of drainage *;
(xix) * provision for hole abu, trash cans and similar containers;
(xx) specify forms for licences and for other purposes to be used in relation to this Act;
((XIX)) steps to prevent fire, to prevent his fire and for fires;
* NOTE — See section 17 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A867].
Street, drainage and Building 147 the by-laws may include — (a) the provisions so that building materials comprising materials impede fire and that the fire resistance material graded;
(b) the provisions in respect of how construction and design a building so that the building was saved from fire;
(c) the provision for holding facilities to get out of a premise in the event of fire and for maintaining the facilities;
(d) the provisions for holding fire fire suppressant and skip;
(e) provisions with respect to access to the premises for fire in the event of fire and includes access roads in a building for the purposes of fire fighting;
(f) provision to replace the conditioning of buildings for the purpose of wasting gas and smoke that may be caused by a fire;
(g) provision for equipment fires manually and automatically both common and hold fire detectors and fire alarm and menyenggaranya;
(h) provision for adequate water supply for the purposes of fires;
(i) other measures for prevention of fire and his fire;
(xxii) require the owner or occupier of the premises, or someone else who has a duty under this Act or of any by-laws made thereunder, to carry out any work or do any acts necessary in the opinion of the local authority so that this Act or of any by-laws that can be observed and if the owner or occupier or any other person that does not comply with the requirements of the , empowers local authorities to carry out the work or do the Act itself and the laws of Malaysia ACT 133148

to claim expenses and cost on or on doing the work or do any act of the owner, residents or other person, as the case may be;
(xxiii) in case of emergency or if the owner cannot be found after investigation that should have been, to authorise local authorities to carry out the work or do the Act itself without first requiring the owner, residents or others mentioned above make it, and claim the expenses and costs on or on doing the work or do the Act of owner , the residents or others;
(xxiv) divide responsibility for failure to a building or part of a building and to require that a person or a class of persons reporting the failure and explain the reason for the failure;
(xxv survey games) payment to be made for, and other things that respect, licenses and permits issued under this Act;
(xxvi) costs, costs and other money charged for any matter or thing required or permitted to be made under this Act;
(xxvii) collection, remitan, rebates or any delay payment of a sum of money required to be paid under this Act;
(xxviii) offences under this Act and under any law made thereunder that may be compounded by local authorities, people who can compound, limit the amount of money to be collected by local authorities such as compound that offence and the procedure to be followed and the forms to be filled when the compound;
(Olympiad) all procedures and other matters required or permitted to be prescribed by this Act, or as are necessary or appropriate for carrying out or enforcing the provisions of this Act, so far as they are not included in any of paragraphs above.
Street, drainage and Building 149 PART VIII REPEAL, TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS, etc., Repeal, transitional provisions, etc.
134. (1) the laws specified in the schedule is repealed from the date of commencement of this Act.
(2) the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may, at any time in the past five years starting from the commencement of this Act, by order under this section — (a) abolish any other written law in force immediately before the commencement of this Act began and made obsolete or unnecessary by any of its provisions;
(b) make any revocation or amendment in the law is as it may deem necessary for the purposes mensesuaikan the provisions of this Act, or for the purpose of making the additional to the provisions of the end of any matter: provided that the powers conferred by this subsection shall not be carried out in respect of an State law except with the agreement of the State authorities.
The power of the State authority makes transitional provisions, etc.
135. The State authority may, by regulations, make an allocation may deem necessary or desirable for the purpose of removing any inconvenience caused by the commencement of this Act, and any regulations that can be made so with effect from the first currency of this Act.
Laws of Malaysia ACT REPEAL SCHEDULE a. 133150 Enactment Town Board Federated Malay States [N.M.B. Chapter 137].
Section 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, paragraph 78 (), (d), subparagraph (g) (i) and (ii), paragraph 78 (h) and (l), 89, 90, 91, 91A, 92A, 92, 93, 94, 92B, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 110A, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 115A, 118, 119, 123, 124 , 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 133A, 134 and 134A.
B. Municipal Ordinance [Settlements Chapter 133].
Paragraph 58 (1) (g), (j) and (ee), section 95, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 139A, 142, 143, 144, 142A, 144A, 144B , 144C, 145, 146, 147, 148, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 156A, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 170A, 170B, 170C, 219, 229, paragraph 245 (a), (b) (except in so far as it is worn on the hole shit hole and abu), subparagraph 245 (e) (i) and (ii), paragraph 245 (f) and (k), section 369, 370 and 395A.
C. Town Board Enactment Johor [Johor No. 118].
Section 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, paragraph 78 (d), subparagraph 78 (g) (i) and (ii), paragraph 78 (h) and (l), 89, 90, 91, 91A, 92A, 92, 93, 94, 92B, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 110A, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 115A, 118, 119, 120 , 121, 122, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 133A, 134 and 134A.
D. Municipal Enactment Kelantan 1938 [Kelantan 20/1938].
Section 11A, 44, 45, 45A, 46A, 46B, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56 and 57.
E. Terengganu Town Board Enactment, 1355 [Terengganu 12/1355].
Section 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 78, paragraph (i), (iv), subparagraph (vii) (a) and (b), paragraph 78 (viii) and (xii), 89, 90, 91, 91A, 92A, 92, 93, 94, 92B, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 110A, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 115A, 120, 121, 122 , 129, 130, 131, 133, 133A, 134, 134A and 143.
Street, drainage and Building 151 ATTACHMENT of the street, DRAINAGE and building Act 1974 (Act 133) the effective date of this Act in the District/Municipal Council of State effective Power from the Federal territory 01-01-1977 P.U. (B) 588/1976 Kuala Lumpur JOHOR Majlis Perbandaran Johor Bahru 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 53/1984 — Pontian District Council 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 54/1984 Muar North 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 55/1984 Muar South 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 56/1984 Kluang North 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 57/1984 Kluang Selatan 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 58/1984 Kota Tinggi 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 59/1984 Mersing 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 60/1984 Batu Pahat Barat 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 61/1984 Batu Pahat East 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 62/1984 Segamat 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 63/1984 Segamat South 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 64/1984 Kulai 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 65/1984 Johor Bahru Tengah 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 66/1984 Area Housing 03-02-1988 J.P.U. 4/1988 Kangkar Tebrau Johor Bahru (ss 6 to 35) Levels I, II and III Taman Perling, Mukim Pulai, 03-02-1988 J.P.U. 5/1988 district of Johor Bahru (ss 6 to 35) local authority 01-02-1988 J.P.U. 10/1988 KEDAH Johor Tenggara Kota Setar Municipal Council 15-04-1978 P.U. (B) 206/1978 local Government District Council — Kuala Muda 15-04-1978 P.U. (B) 206/1978 Kulim 15-04-1978 P.U. (B) 206/1978 Kubang Pasu 15-04-1978 P.U. (B) 206/1978 Baling 15-04-1978 P.U. (B) 206/1978 laws of Malaysia ACT Council 133152 District — Sik 01-01-1982 P.U. (B) 727/1981 Padang Terap 01-01-1982 P.U. (B) 728/1981 Yan 01-01-1982 P.U. (B) 729/1981 Pendang 01-01-1982 P.U. (B) 730/1981 Bandar Bahru 01-01-1982 P.U. (B) 731/1981 Langkawi 01-01-1982 P.U. (B) 732/1981 Municipal Council of Kota Bharu KELANTAN 01-09-1983 P.U. (B) 408/1983 — Pasir Puteh District Council 01-09-1983 P.U. (B) 409/1983 Machang 01-09-1983 P.U. (B) 410/1983 Kota Bharu 01-09-1983 P.U. (B) 411/1983 Ulu Kelantan 01-09-1983 P.U. (B) 412/1983 Bachok 01-09-1983 P.u. (B) 413/1983 Tumpat 01-09-1983 P.U. (B) 414/1983 Kuala Krai North 01-09-1983 P.U. (B) 415/1983 Kuala Krai South 01-09-1983 P.U. (B) 416/1983 Tanah Merah 01-09-1983 P.U. (B) 417/1983 Pasir Mas 01-09-1983 P.U. (B) 418/1983 MELAKA Melaka Tengah Municipal Council, 01-01-1978 P.U. (B) 763/1977 Melaka District Councils — Jasin 01-01-1982 P.U. (B) 733/1981 Alor Gajah 01-01-1982 P.U. (B) 734/1981 NEGERI SEMBILAN, Seremban Municipal Council 01/05/1979 P.U. (B) 215/1979 — Kuala Pilah District Council 01-07-1980 P.U. (B) 349/1980 Tampin 01-07-1980 P.U. (B) 350/1980 Rembau 01-07-1980 P.U. (B) 351/1980 Port Dickson 01-07-1980 P.U. (B) 352/1980 Jempol 01-08-1980 P.U. (B) 415/1980 Seremban 01-04-1985 P.U. (B) 165/1985 State effective power from the street, drainage and building 153 — Temerloh District Council PAHANG 01-07-1981 P.U. (B) 348/1981 Bentong 01-07-1981 P.U. (B) 349/1981 Raub 01-07-1981 P.U. (B) 350/1981 Maran 01-04-1993 P.U. (B) 99/1993 Town 01-04-1993 P.U. (B) 100/1993 Rompin 01-04-1993 P.U. (B) 101/1993 Kuantan Municipal Council 01-07-1981 P.U. (B) 351/1981 the Cameron Highlands District Councils — 01-03-1982 P.U. (B) 102/1982 Lipis 01-03-1982 P.U. (B) 103/1982 Jerantut 01-03-1982 P.U. (B) 104/1982 PENANG Municipal Council — Penang 01-01-1980 P.U. (B) 649/1979 Seberang Perai 01-01-1980 P.U. (B) 650/1979 PERAK Ipoh City Council — 01-04-1980 P.U. (B) 137/1980 Taiping 01-04-1980 P.U. (B) 138/1980 Majlis Daerah Tapah — 01-04-1980 P.U. (B) 139/1980 Wall 01-04-1980 P.U. (B) 140/ 1980 For 01-04-1980 P.U. (B) 141/1980 Kuala Kangsar 01-04-1980 P.U. (B) 142/1980 Lenggong 01-04-1980 P.U. (B) 143/1980 Grik 01-04-1980 P.U. (B) 144/1980 Kinta Barat 01-04-1980 P.U. (B) 145/1980 Krian 01-04-1980 P.U. (B) 146/1980 Silver Heart 01-04-1980 P.U. (B) 147/1980 Kroh 01-04-1980 P.U. (B) 148/1980 Hilir Perak 01-04-1980 P.U. (B) 149/1980 Tanjung Malim 01-04-1980 P.U. (B) 150/1980 South Kinta 01-04-1980 P.U. (B) 151/1980 State effective power from the laws of Malaysia PERLIS 133154 ACT Kangar Municipal Council 01-01-1980 P.U. (B) 648/1979 SELANGOR All authority areas 01-06-1978 P.U. (B) 279/1978 Local Taman Seri Muda, Klang District — 14-04-1983 SEL. P.U. 10/1983 TERENGGANU District Council — Marang 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 36/1984 Hulu Terengganu 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 37/1984 Kemaman 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 38/1984 Dungun 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 39/1984 Besut 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 40/1984 Municipal Council, 01-02-1984 P.U. (B) 41/1984 Kuala Terengganu State force power from
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Laws of MALAYSIA Act 133 of the street, DRAINAGE and building Act 1974 LIST AMENDMENT law short title force of the Act amending the Act on the Malaysian currency 160 29-08-1975 (dollars) 1975 Act A324 Act Criminal Event Code 01-01-1976 (Amendment and Extension) Act 1976 Act A435 Road, drainage and Act 03-03-1978 building (Amendment) Act 1978 A867 Street, drainage and P.U. (B) 84/1994 * building (Amendment) Act 1993 Act A903 Street , Drainage and 01-10-1995 building (Amendment) Act 1994 * ENTRIES — effective date is different for each District Council – lih t Table to P.U. (B) 84/1994 of the street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 133156 laws of MALAYSIA Act 133 of the street, DRAINAGE and building Act 1974 LIST SECTION AMENDED Section Power amend with effect from 3rd Act A867 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * Act A903 01-10-1995 46 A435 Act 03-03-1978 Act A867 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * 49 Act A867 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * 51 Act A867 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * 53 Act A867 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * 54 Act A867 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * 55 Act A867 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * 58 Act A867 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * 60 Act A867 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * A867 Act 62 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * 63 Act A867 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * 64 Act A867 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * 70 Act A867 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * Act A903 01-10-1995 a.70A A435 Act 03-03-1978 Act A903 01-10-1995 70B-70D Act A903 01-10-1995 71 A435 Act 03-03-1978 Act A903 01-10-1995 Road 157 77, drainage and building Act A867 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * 81 Act A867 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * 85 A903 Act 01-10-1995 85A A903 Act 01-10-1995 100 A903 Act 01-10-1995 121 A903 Act 01-10-1995 132 Act A867 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * 133 Act A867 P.U. (B) 84/1994 * Act A903 01-10-1995 Table A435 Act 03-03-1978 Section Power amend with effect from * ENTRY — effective date is different for each District Council – lih t Table to P.U. (B) 84/1994 Act Street, drainage and building (Amendment) Act 1993.

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