Law Reform (Eradication Of Illicit Samsu) Act 1976

Original Language Title: Law Reform (Eradication of Illicit Samsu) Act 1976

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WM laws of MALAYSIA Act REPRINTING 165 law reform ACT (ELIMINATION of SAMSU DARK) 1976 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 2 laws of Malaysia ACT 165 law reform ACT (ELIMINATION of SAMSU DARK) 1976 Royal Perkenaan Date of ............ 6 March 1976, the date of publication in the Gazette......... 11 March 1976 REPRINT BEFORE Reprinting the first............ 1998 Second Reprinting............ 2001 law reform (Elimination of Samsu Dark) 3 laws of MALAYSIA Act 165 law reform ACT (ELIMINATION of SAMSU DARK) 1976 ARRANGEMENT of SECTIONS part I preliminary section 1. Short title and application 2. Interpretation Part II BAN SAMSU DARK 3. No person shall manufacture samsu dark 4. No person shall trade samsu dark 5. Possession of samsu dark 6. To prepare, use or permit the premises used to manufacture samsu dark 7. Possession of tool manufacture 8. The owner, or person in charge of the ship or ship air deemed trade samsu dark PART III POWER SEARCH, SEIZE and ARREST 9. Search warrant 10. The circumstances for a search without a warrant 11. Inspection by senior officers of the 4 laws of Malaysia ACT 165 section 12. Obstacles to the inspections, search or investigation of an offence 13. Government indemnity and public officer 14. Seize and melucut rights samsu dark, etc.
15. How sitaan can not be touched in case against 16. An offence can be arrested 16A. No guarantee can be given with respect to certain offences PART IV PROVISIONS on EVIDENCE and HEARINGS 17. The burden of prove of 18. Presumption 19. A statement is admissible as evidence 20. Evidence of agent provocateur is admissible 21. Protection for whistleblowers 22. The sessions Court has full jurisdiction 23. Conduct of prosecution and other proceeding 24. When the provisions relating to criminal events and evidence applicable part V ADVISORY COMMITTEE 25. Appointment Of Advisory Committee 26. Appointment of the Advisory Subcommittee on 27. Recommendations to Minister 28. The power to make regulations PART VI GENERAL PROVISIONS 29. Public servants 30. Exemption law reform (Elimination of Samsu Dark) 5 laws of MALAYSIA Act 165 law reform ACT (ELIMINATION of SAMSU DARK) 1976 an act to make provisions to eliminate the manufacture, trade and use of samsu dark and for purposes incidental thereto.
[16 April 1976, P.U. (B) 206/1976]
BE IT enacted by the Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong with the advice and consent of the Dewan Negara and Dewan Rakyat in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows: part I preliminary short title and application 1. (1) this Act may be cited as the Law Reform Act (Elimination of Samsu Dark) 1976.
(2) this Act shall apply throughout Malaysia.
Interpretation 2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "tool manufacture" means any penyuling or part of an penyuling to manufacture samsu dark or any appliance or other equipment for that purpose;
"alcohol" means alcohol etil;
6 laws of Malaysia ACT 165 "alcohol changed nature approved" means any alcohol changed properties in accordance with part VIII in the Excise regulations 1962 [P.U. 115/1962] and approved by the Director General of customs and Excise for any specified purpose;
"hazardous substance" means any substance — (a) that do not qualify for human use; or (b) that its use bring disaster to mankind, as certified by the Government Chemist or Government medical officer;
"gallons" means gallons imperial;
"ship" means any type of vessel used in navigation in water and includes any vessel propelled fully with paddle, paddling or poles;
"authorisation" means any licence, permit or other authority issued under any written law;
"likuor that intoxicate" includes any alcohol or any liquid of any type that contains more than two percent proof spirit but does not include any alcohol changed properties approved;
"memperdagang", in relation to dark samsu, including do, though at one time only, any of the following acts unless under permission of a written law, that is, import, export, sell, buy, receive, store, hid, storing, giving, taking, transporting, sending, delivering, retrieve, supply or distribute;
"manufacture" with changes Tasrif and cognate expressions, means in relation to likuor which intoxicate, make, issue, menyuling, membru, fermented, membotol and includes an add to any article (other than water) to the likuor and mixing, menyebati or otherwise change the contents of the likuor;
Law reform (Elimination of Samsu Dark) 7 "senior officers" means — (a) any police officer below the rank of Inspector and above; or (b) any senior officer of the customs that are defined as such in subsection 2(1) of the Customs Act 1967 [Act 235];
"the officer is entitled" means — (a) any police officer appointed under the Police Act 1967 [Act 344]; or (b) any officer of customs who is defined as such in subsection 2(1) of the Customs Act 1967, and includes any senior officer;
"dark samsu" means any likuor that intoxicate who have manufactured without authorization;
"spirit proof" means a mixture of alcohol and distilled water which at temperatures of fifty one degrees Fahrenheit weighs real twelve per thirteen part of the measure of the same distilled water at the same temperature.
PART II BAN SAMSU DARK no person shall manufacture samsu dark 3. (1) No person shall — (a) manufacture samsu dark;
(b) offer to manufacture samsu dark; or (c) do or offer to do an act in preparation for or for the purpose of manufacture samsu dark.
8 laws of Malaysia ACT 165 (2) any person who contravenes any of the provisions of subsection (1) commits an offence against this Act and shall, on conviction, be sentenced to — (a) * to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years and not less than four years; and (b) ** the whipping of not less than two times.
(3) if the samsu dark, if any, be a matter of an offence under this section contains any hazardous materials, the offender shall be sentenced to — (a) † to imprisonment for a term not exceeding twenty years and not less than seven years; and (b) (struck by A711 Act);
(c) whipping of not less than six times.
No person shall trade samsu dark 4. (1) No person shall — (a) trade samsu dark;
(b) offer to commercialize samsu dark; or (c) do or offer to do an act in preparation for or for the purpose of memperdagang samsu dark.
(2) any person who contravenes any of the provisions of subsection (1) commits an offence against this Act and shall, on conviction, be sentenced to — (a) * to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years and not less than four years; and (b) ** the whipping of not less than two times.
* NOTE — Formerly "imprisonment for a period of not more than five years and not less than two years" – see Law Reform Act (Elimination of Samsu Dark) (Amendment) Order 1988 [Act A711].
* * RECORDS — Formerly "a fine not exceeding twenty thousand dollars" – see Law Reform Act (Elimination of Samsu Dark) (Amendment) Order 1988 [Act A711].
† RECORDS — Formerly "imprisonment for a period of not more than ten years and not less than four years" – see Law Reform Act (Elimination of Samsu Dark) (Amendment) Order 1988 [Act A711].
Law reform (Elimination of Samsu Dark) 9 (3) if the samsu dark, if any, be a matter of an offence under this section contains any hazardous materials, the offender shall be sentenced to — (a) † to imprisonment for a term not exceeding twenty years and not less than seven years; and (b) (Cut by the Act A711) (c) whipping of not less than six times.
Possession of samsu dark 5. (1) No person shall have in his possession, custody or control dark samsu unless under permission of any written law.
(2) any person who contravenes the provisions of subsection (1) commits an offence against this Act and shall on conviction, be sentenced to — (a) to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years and not less than four years; and (b) whipping of not less than two times.
(3) if the samsu dark, if any, be a matter of an offence under this section contains any hazardous materials, the offender shall be sentenced to — (a) to imprisonment for a term not exceeding twenty years and not less than seven years; and (b) whipping of not less than six times.
† RECORDS — Formerly "a fine not exceeding twenty thousand dollars and to imprisonment for a period of not more than ten years and not less than four years" – see Law Reform Act (Elimination of Samsu Dark) (Amendment) Order 1988 [Act A711].
10 laws of Malaysia ACT 165 to prepare, use or membenar the premises used to manufacture samsu dark

6. (1) Any person who as an owner or occupier of the premises to prepare, use or membenar the premises used to manufacture samsu dark commits an offence against this Act and shall, on conviction, be sentenced to — (a) * to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years and not less than four years; and (b) † whipping of not less than two times.
(2) in a prosecution for an offence under this section, the burden to prove that the owner or occupier of the premises is not aware that the premises are available, used or allowed to be used for manufacturing dark samsu is on the person who wants to defend himself that.
Possession of tool manufacture 7. Any person who, without authorization, knowingly keep or knowingly had any tool manufacture commits an offence against this Act and shall, on conviction, be sentenced to — (a) * to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years and not less than four years; and (b) † whipping of not less than two times.
The owner, or person in charge of the ship or ship air deemed trade samsu dark 8. (1) where any dark samsu found in in any ship or ship air, owner, or person in charge of the ship or ship air shall be deemed to the contrary to commercialize samsu section 4 unless he proves to the satisfaction of the Court that he was not involved in the trades and that it was committed without known, agreed and left by him.
* NOTE — Formerly "imprisonment for a period of not more than five years and not less than two years" – see Law Reform Act (Elimination of Samsu Dark) (Amendment) Order 1988 [Act A711].
† RECORDS — Formerly "a fine not exceeding twenty thousand dollars" – see Law Reform Act (Elimination of Samsu Dark) (Amendment) Order 1988 [Act A711].
Law reform (Elimination of Samsu Dark) 11 (2) Terjumpanya any samsu dark in a ship or ship air constitute prima facie evidence that the ship or ships that were used for air memperdagang samsu conspirators being inconsistent with this Act and the ship or the air ship to be detained by order of the Court until sufficient guarantee given for release it.
PART III POWER SEARCH, SEIZE and ARREST warrants 9. (1) where a magistrate is of the opinion, after receiving written information on oath and after any investigation it considers necessary, that there is reasonable cause to believe that there is in any premises, disembunyi stored, copied or stored any samsu dark or manufacture which may be forfeited under this Act or of which an offence under this Act has been committed, or any book or document that directly or indirectly relating to or in connection with any transaction or transaction, or any transaction or proposed transaction that is, or will become, an offence under this Act, the Magistrate may issue a warrant to authorise any senior officer named, on the day of day or night and with or without the help of — (a) enter the premises and there search and seize samsu, tool manufacture, book or document;
(b) arrest any person who has in or on the premises was found in his possession, samsu tool manufacture, book or document, or a trusted reliably by the officer as the samsu or bringing trade, receive, conceal, keep, or storing samsu, tool manufacture, book or document.
(2) the officer shall, if required to do so, with or without the help of — (a) break open any door or window or part of the premises to enter into it;
12 laws of Malaysia ACT 165 (b) enters with force the premises and every part thereof;
(c) remove by force any obstruction to the entry, search, seizure and disposal of it as he is empowered to do; and (d) detain every person found in or on the premises until the premises have been searched.
The circumstances for a search without a warrant 10. (1) when an officer is of the opinion that there was a right of reasonable cause to believe that in or at any of the premises there is a disembunyi, stored, copied or stored in contravention of this Act, any dark samsu, tool manufacture, book or document as described in subsection 9 (1) and he has good reason to believe that the reason for the slow pace of getting a search warrant the purpose of such a search might fail She can exercise the powers referred to in section 9 in, on and in respect of the premises in a way that fully and world power as if he duly authorised with warrants.
(2) any officer who is entitled can end and search and seize, if required, any vehicle which he has reasonable grounds to believe as used to transport any dark samsu, tool manufacture or any other thing that may be forfeited under this Act.
Inspection by senior officials from 11. Any senior officer may, for the purposes of this Act, enter premises that belong to any person who carries on a business as a manufacturer, the manufacturer is allowed, the seller or distributor of any likuor that intoxicate and calling for submission, and inspect, any books or documents relating to the transactions of the likuor, and inspect any stocks of the likuor.
Obstacles to the inspections, search or investigation of an offence 12. Any person who — (a) does not permit any officer entitled to authorized to enter or search a premises or vehicle;
Law reform (Elimination of Samsu Dark) 13 (b) attack, prevent, impede or delay any officer who is right in making any entry which he is entitled to do under this Act, or in the discharge of any obligation which ditanggungkan or the powers conferred by this Act;
(c) fails to comply with any claim or order the legal laws of any officer who is entitled to in the exercise of his duties under this Act;
(d) refuses or careless than give it to any officer who is entitled to any information that may reasonably be required and are present in his power to give;
(e) give to any officer who is entitled as true, information that he knows or has reason to believe as false;
(f) did not submit or conceal or try to hide any dark samsu, tool manufacture, book or document related to it have reasonable grounds to suspect that the occurrence of an offence against this Act;
(g) run away or try to evade legal custody laws after being caught because of an offence against this Act;
(h) discharge or attempt to discharge or cause to be discharged any person who was arrested accordingly or any thing seized accordingly; or (i) before or after a seizure, breaking or destroy any thing to prevent it from confiscation, be guilty of an offence against this Act and shall, on conviction, be sentenced to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years and a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars.
Indemnity of the Government and public officers 13. The Government or any public officer shall not be liable to indemnify any person who have suffered any damage to or loss of property as a result of 14 laws of Malaysia ACT 165 of an entry, search or seizure under this Act unless the damage or loss is caused by negligence or deliberate breach of an officer of the public.
Melucut rights samsu Mensita and dark, etc.
14. (1) any dark samsu, tool manufacture, book or document in respect of which an officer is entitled to reasonable believing that an offence under this Act has been or is being done, along with any container or vehicle in which the dark samsu found or reasonably suspected to have been used for committing the offence, can be seized by the officer.
(2) any thing which may be seized under this section may be forfeited.
(3) when a vehicle seized under this section that the officers seize shall immediately give written notice of the seizure and the reasons thereof to the owner of the vehicle, if known, whether by submitting own the notice to him or by registered post to the last known address: provided that such notice is not necessary if the seizure is done in the presence of the offender or of the owner of the vehicle or its agent.
(4) subsection (1) shall not be used for any vehicle, i.e. ships weighing more than two hundred tons net registered tons weight or an air ship: provided that any ship or vessel conditioning could be seized by a senior officer pending an application to the Court for an order under section 8, and the application shall be made as soon as practicable after the seizure.
(5) when a vehicle has been seized under this section, an officer senior can return the vehicle to the owner when a sufficient guarantee is given to the satisfaction of the officer that the vehicle will be passed back to him when requested.
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(6) an order for melucut rights or release any thing which may be forfeited under this section shall be made by the Court before which prosecution therefor has been held, and an order for melucut right the thing shall be made if it is proved to the satisfaction of the Court that an offence under this Act has been committed and that the thing be a matter or having been used for committed such offence even though none has been convicted of the offence.
(7) if there is no prosecution of any thing seized under this section, the thing shall be taken and deemed to be forfeited upon the expiry of one month from the date of seizure unless a claim thereto made prior to that date pursuant to this section.
(8) any person who asserts that he is the owner of any article which may be forfeited under subsection (7) and that the thing cannot be forfeited such can by himself or by his agent authorized in writing give notice in writing to a senior officer that he claim the thing.
(9) upon receipt of any notice given under subsection (8), the senior officer shall refer the claim to a sessions Court judge, to take its decision.
(10) a sessions Court judge to which reference is made under subsection (9) shall issue a summons requiring the person who asserted that he was the owner of the thing and the person from whom the thing seized so as to appear before him, and when they are present or not present, the fair presentation thereof will be proved, the judge shall begin examining the matter and when it is proved that an offence under this Act has been committed and that the thing be a matter or have been used for committing the offence of in this regard, shall order the thing so forfeited, or may order the thing released if such proof is missing.
16 laws of Malaysia ACT 165 (11) the Minister may upon application in writing is made to him order any thing seized under this Act, either forfeited or taken and deemed to be forfeited, handed over to the owner or other person entitled to it in accordance with such terms and conditions as the Minister thinks fit to impose: provided that such application should be made before the expiration of one month from the date of the thing forfeited or from the date of the thing taken and described as forfeited, as the case may be.
The way the seizure cannot be touched in case against 15. In any proceedings before any court relating to seizure any substance which is subject to lucut rights under this Act, the Court shall conduct his trial or appeal, as the case may be, only in accordance with the merits of the case without investigating the way or form do the seizure except in so far as the manner and form of seizure that may be evidence of the merits of that.
An offence can be arrested 16. (1) any officer who is entitled may arrest without warrant any person whom he reasonably believes has committed or is committing an offence against this Act.
(2) every person so arrested shall, together with any thing with which an offence may have been done or is being done or even trusted with reasonable officer make the catch as can be forfeited under this Act, taken to a police station or at the Customs Office and may be inspected, provided someone girls could not be inspected except by a woman.
(3) subject to subsection 14 (4), any officer who is entitled to making an arrest under this section may seize any thing that he or she has reasonable grounds to believe may be forfeited under the section.
Law reform (Elimination of Samsu Dark) 17 Guarantee cannot be given in respect of a particular offence 16A. Notwithstanding the provisions of any other written law or any rule of law to the contrary, a guarantee cannot be given to the accused person is charged with an offence under this Act — (a) if the offence committed shall be liable to imprisonment for more than * seven years; or (b) if the offence committed is liable to imprisonment for seven years or less * and Prosecutor certifies in writing that is not in the interest of the public to provide assurance to the accused person.
PART IV PROVISIONS CONCERNING EVIDENCE and the TRIAL the burden of prove 17. In any proceeding under this Act is not required to disprove the prosecution with evidence of any licence, permit, permission, authority or any other exception or defense, and the burden to prove any such thing shall be on the person who wants to defend himself that.
Presumption 18. In all proceedings under this Act — (a) any premises shall be deemed to be used for a specific purpose if they are used for that purpose even at once;
(b) a person shall, until the contrary is proved, be deemed to be residents of a premises if he has, or had, there seems to care or management of the premises;
* NOTE — Formerly "five years" – see Law Reform Act (Elimination of Samsu Dark) 1988 [Act A711].
18 laws of Malaysia ACT 165 (c) if any dark samsu found in a premises shall be deemed, until the contrary is proved, that the owner or occupier of the premises with the knowledge obtained as samsu samsu dark;
(d) if any tool manufacture found in any premises shall be deemed, until the contrary is proved, that the owner or occupier of the premises knowingly keep or knowingly possesses tools manufacture thereof;
(e) any person who is found to have or has had in his own or under his control any substance containing dark samsu shall, until the contrary is proved, be deemed to be trade or has obtained the samsu with know as samsu dark;
(f) if any dark found hidden in samsu any space specially built for that purpose in a vehicle, it shall, until the contrary is proved, be deemed to have hidden such known to the owner of the vehicle and by the person for the time being keep the vehicle;
(g) evidence by the Government Chemist in his report or by a senior officer that any tools to manufacture samsu dark shall, until the contrary is proved, be deemed to be sufficient evidence of the facts;
(h) when any dark samsu suspected was seized and samsu is contained in several containers, sufficient to analyze the example content of not less than ten per cent of the total number of containers from each type and if the analysis proves that the examples are all of the type, quantity and quality of the same, shall be deemed, until the contrary is proved, that the contents of each container of similar kind the same type , the quantity and quality with the sample analysed in such a way.
Law reform (Elimination of Samsu Dark) 19 Statement is admissible as evidence 19. (1) where a person charged with an offence against this Act, any statement, whether the statement is about addressing to a confessions or not or oral or written, made at any time, whether before or after the person charged with and whether during an investigation the police or not and whether or not all or part thereof for answering questions , by the person to or in the hearing of any senior officer and whether or not translated to him by any officer who is entitled or any other people or not with the arrest may, notwithstanding the provisions of any written law to the contrary, admissible in evidence in his trial and, if that person offers himself as a witness, any statement that may be used in cross-examination and for the purpose of challenging the truth : provided that — (a) there is any statement that can be accepted or used as mentioned above — (i) if the making of the statement in the opinion of the Court has been caused by any inducement, threat or promise about the charge against such person, who comes from a person in authority and sufficient in the opinion of the Court to give that person the grounds on which in its opinion are reasonable to assume that by making the statement he will benefit or avoid any evil of mundane relating to proceeding against him the; or (ii) on a statement made by that person after he was arrested, unless the Court is satisfied that he has been warned with the following words or words to that effect thus: "it is my duty to warn you that you are not obliged declare something or answer any question, but anything you specify, whether as answering a question or not , may be given in evidence. "; and 20 laws of Malaysia ACT 165 (b) a statement made by any person before there is time to warned him not to be made should not be accepted as evidence merely by reason of her not be warned if he be warned as soon as possible.

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of any written law to the contrary, a person accused of an offence to which subsection (1) applies is not obliged to answer any questions relating to the case after he was given a warning.
Evidence of agent provocateur acceptable 20. Notwithstanding any rule of law or the provisions of any written law to the contrary, an agent provocateur can not be considered as unreliable for the sole reason he abets any offence against this Act if subahat is solely for the purpose of obtaining evidence against the person who disubahat it.
Protection for whistleblowers 21. (1) subject to subsection (3), no complaint by an informant about an offence under this Act is admissible in evidence in any civil or criminal proceeding, and no witness may be obliged or allowed to disclose the name or address of any informer, or declaring of any matter that may lead to the informant unknown.
(2) if any books, documents or papers submitted as evidence or may be inspected in any civil or criminal proceedings whatsoever contains any entries in which an informant named or described or which might lead to the informant, known to the Court before which the proceeding is held shall direct that all posts and parts relating to the records of the closed look or deleted to the extent necessary to protect the informant of known , but not more than that.
Law reform (Elimination of Samsu Dark) 21 (3) If in any proceedings for an offence under this Act, the Court, after investigating with wholly the case, is of the opinion that the informant intentionally makes a statement material in aduannya he know or trust as false or do not believe as true, or if in any other proceeding a court is of the opinion that justice cannot be done properly between the parties in the proceeding without the informant known , the Court may require that the original complaint, if written, presented and allow the investigation and require the informant disclosed in full.
The sessions Court has full jurisdiction of 22. Notwithstanding the provisions of any written law to the contrary the sessions Court has jurisdiction to try all offences against this Act and impose a penalty or penalties provided for him, full and pass sentence in all other proceedings under this Act.
The conduct of prosecutions and other proceedings 23. Any senior officer may conduct the prosecution in respect of all offences against this Act and attend all other proceeding under this Act.
When the provisions relating to criminal events and evidence may be worn 24. If not otherwise expressly provided, the provisions of the law relating to criminal events and evidence shall apply in all proceedings under this Act.
Part V ADVISORY COMMITTEE Appointment Of Advisory Committee 25. (1) the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette, appoint for a specified period limit a Committee consisting of a Chairman and several members as he thinks necessary to menasihatkannya with respect to carrying out the provisions of this Act.
22 laws of Malaysia ACT 165 (2) of the Committee appointed under subsection (1) shall be called "the Advisory Committee law reform (Elimination of Samsu Dark)", hereinafter referred to as "Advisory Committee".
Appointment of the Advisory Subcommittee on 26. (1) for the purposes of this Act, the Advisory Committee may establish sub-committees advisors at the regional or State comprising some members thought necessary by the Advisory Committee: provided that there shall be only one Advisory Sub-Committee for any one province consisting of several States or for any one who is not included in a province.
(2) appointment of members of the Advisory Sub-committees shall be for a specified duration and gazetted under the hand of the Chairman of the Advisory Committee.
Recommendations to Minister 27. Advisory Committee and his Committee can consider appeals from the public relating to the conduct of this Act and make recommendations thereon to the Minister.
The power to make regulations 28. The Minister may make regulations to provide on matters relating to the duties of the Advisory Committee and its small Committee and for other matters relating to the provisions of this Act.
PART VI GENERAL PROVISIONS 29 public servants. Any person carrying out any obligation under this Act or under the regulations made thereunder shall be deemed to be a public servants for the purposes of the Penal Code [Act 574].
Law reform (Elimination of Samsu Dark) 23 30 Exemption. (1) there is nothing in this Act shall be worn to regard anything done in bona fide by a public officer in the exercise of his duties as an offence under this Act.
(2) the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette, exempt any person or class or group of persons from any provision of this Act, subject to such restrictions or conditions as may be imposed by him within the exemption.
24 laws of Malaysia ACT 165 laws of MALAYSIA Act 165 law reform ACT (ELIMINATION of SAMSU DARK) 1976 LIST of AMENDMENT law short title force amend from P.U. (A) 357/1980 Order Courts Act 01-06-1981 low (Extension) Act 1980 Act Renew legislation A532 23-02-1982 Legislation (Elimination of Samsu Dark) (Amendment) Act, 1982 A671 subordinate Courts Act 22/05/1987 (Amendment) Act 1987 Act Renew legislation A711 09-10-1997 Law (removal of Samsu Dark) (Amendment) Order 1988 law reform (Elimination of Samsu Dark) 25 laws of MALAYSIA Act 165 of the ACT Law reform (ELIMINATION of SAMSU DARK) 1976 LIST of the SECTION AMENDED Section Power amend with effect from 2 Act A711 09-10-1997 3 Act A711 09-10-1997 4 Act A711 09-10-1997 5 Act A711 09-10-1997 6 Act A711 09-10-1997 7 Act A711 09-10-1997 14 P.U. (A) 357/1980 01-06-1981 Act A671 22-05-1987 16-16A A532 Act 23-02-1982 Act A711 09-10-1997 22 P.U. (A) 357/1980 01-06-1981 Act A671 22-05-1987