Local Government Act 1976

Original Language Title: Local Government Act 1976

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WM laws of MALAYSIA Act REPRINTING 171 local Government Act 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 171 local Government Act 1976 Royal Assent Date............ March 18, 1976, the date of publication in the Gazette......... 25 March 1976 REPRINT BEFORE Reprinting the first............ 1998 Second Reprinting............ 2001 local government 3 laws of MALAYSIA Act 171 local Government Act 1976 ARRANGEMENT of SECTIONS part I preliminary section 1. Short title, application and commencement 2. Interpretation Part II ADMINISTRATION LOCAL AUTHORITIES 3. Declaration and the determination of the standard of local authority areas 4. Change of name and status, and variation of the border 5. A merger of two or more local authorities 6. Inheritance rights, liabilities and obligations 7. This Act dipeluas to non-local authority 8. Administration of local authority areas 9. The power of the State authority to give instructions 10. Members Of The Council Of 11. Declaration by members of the Council before taking up positions 12. Members of the Council are exempted from serving as assessor judge or member of jury 13. The local authority is the Corporation 14. Seal 15. The provisions in relation to local government elections, cease to have effect 4 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 PART III OFFICERS and EMPLOYEES of LOCAL AUTHORITIES Section 16. List posts 17. The power of local authorities to hold a disciplinary, etc., for an officer on 18. Bekal Fund or Provident Fund PART IV CONDUCT of AFFAIRS 19. Office of local authority 20. Regular meetings 21. Special meetings 22. Notice of 23. Meeting of local authorities shall be open to the public 24. A quorum of 25. Chairman of the meeting 26. More voice votes decide 27. Minutes shall be kept of all travel 28. The appointment of the Committee 29. Standing orders for regulating the travel of local authorities 30. Supernatural powers in matters of emergency 31. Validity of acts of local authorities officers 32. Confirmation and completion of documents 33. Exemption a councilman, etc., from its own obligations 34. The Disability Council Member for voting because there is interest in the contract, etc.
35. Restrictions 36. 37 contract. How to accomplish the contract more than ten thousand dollars 38. Employees cannot have an interest in local government contract 5 part V GENERAL PROVISIONS 39. FINANCIAL Section As a result the local authority 40. Local Authorities Fund 41. The power of local authorities to get 42 loans. The power of local authorities to issue the mortgage or debenture stock and make rules about it 43. Notice of trust, mortgage or other unacceptable 44. Securities investment trust shall be 45. Because default remedies 46. Power to borrow for special purpose, 47. Loans by Government 48. Loans first obligations become on revenue and assets of 49. Advance by means of overdrafts of 50. Sinking fund Fund 51. The State authority may give instructions about the sinking fund Fund 52. Renewal Fund and insurance PART VI ACCOUNTS and AUDIT 53. Accounts shall be kept 54. Financial year 55. Annual estimates shall be approved and agreed 56. Supplementary estimates 57. Expenditure may not be carried out unless included in estimates 58. Transfer Provisions 59. The form of the estimated 60. Auditing accounts 61. Power to take evidence 62. Remuneration of Auditors 6 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 PART VII PUBLIC AREAS Section 63. Control of public areas, etc.
64. power to hold public areas, etc., and enlarge it 65. Temporary power to close public areas 66. Power to erect public buildings in public places open 67. Conditions and restrictions on the closure of the highway, etc.
68. Name the public areas, etc.
PART VIII POLLUTION STREAMS 69. Do a nuisance in streams, etc.
70. The contamination of streams with garbage trade, etc.
71. Local authorities can claim expenses for work done PART IX, food market, CLEANLINESS and NUISANCE 72. The power of 73. By-law 74. Home, etc., dirty 75. The power to enter and wash the home or building 76. Destroying rats 77. Shut down and collapse, etc., of the place of residence is not a net 78. Occupied houses crowded with 79. When homes are deemed to be "crowded" 80. Nuisance be eliminated 81. Nuisance which acts directly obtainable upon him under this Act 82. The notice requires nuisance eliminated 83. Order to tear down the houses are not eligible for residence of 84. The power to take action if the reason for nuisance arising outside local authority areas the local Government DIVISION 7 X FIRE SERVICE Section 85 – 93. (Cut)
PART XI PLACES Of BURIAL, Burning The BODY And REMOVE The BODY FROM The GRAVE 94. Local authorities can hold the cemetery and place of burning corpses and issuing license for her 95. Penalties for illegal burial law 96. Power to close the cemetery and place of burning the body of 97. Excavations 98 corpses. Power to make by-laws 99. Keeping 100. Other written laws not applicable PART XII EXTRA POWER for LOCAL AUTHORITIES 101. The extra power of local authority PART XIII by-law 102. The general power to make by-laws 102A. By-laws, etc., can set the fees and charges 103. The by-laws shall be authenticated by the State authority 104. Penalties for violating the by-laws of 105. Power to require the applicant to pay permit 106 deposits. Publication of by-laws, rules or regulations in the Gazette shall be notice 8 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 SECTION XIV a VARIETY of Section 107. Licence 108. Notice, etc.
109. A breach of compliance with notice or order 110. Power to enter the premises of 111. Officer may ask for the name and address given 112. Penalties for preventing a councilman and other 113. Get cost 114. Expenses and costs payable by the owner of 115. Get the expense or cost of people who do not carry out 116. Get the charges for the services local authorities 117. Earn money by instalments 118. Compensation, damages and cost shall be decided by a Court of competent authority eligible to 119. Penalties am 120. The local authority may direct the prosecution 121. The power of arrest 122. Book of local authorities is prima facie evidence of the amount of money due 123. Liabilities against acts and omissions 124. Public authorities Protection Act 1948 125. Protection for members of the Council, officers and employees of own liability 126. Officers are public servants SECTION XV of the RATES and VALUATION 127. Authority to impose a rate of 128. Additional rate of 129. Dividing the spaces and holding for the purpose of rate of 130. Basis of assessment of the local government rates 9 Section 131. (Cut) 132. The drainage rate of 133. Perpetuity period the rate of 134. Exemption from the rate of 135. Exemption or reduction of the rate of 136. Minimum rates payable 137. Provides Valuation List 138. About if the name of the owner is unknown to 139. Evaluation of joint or separate 140. Statement may be required to 141. Notice of a new valuation list shall be published 142. 143. Protest Confirm the new valuation list 144. Amendment to the valuation list 145. Appeal 146. The rate shall be the liability of the first 147. Action if unpaid rates 148. Action to claim arrears 149. Sales property detained 150. Using the proceeds of sale 151. Withhold or sell holdings to 152. Claim cost of 153. Power to discontinue sales of 154. Protests against detention 155. Claim rates paid by residents of 156. Outstanding debt can be prosecuted as 157. Evidence of rate of 158. Assessment, etc., which do not follow the form of the way cannot be challenged 159. Liability of the owner on the breakers part or consolidation of holdings of 160. Notice of transfer of proportional 161. Notice of new building 162. Refund of the building not occupied 163. Provision for mengkadar building on the land by the State Government or the land reserved 164. Saving of 10 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 SECTION XVI SPECIAL PROVISIONS Section 165. Transfer of duties of 166. Abolition of FIRST SCHEDULE SECOND SCHEDULE of the 11 local government laws of MALAYSIA Act 171 local Government Act 1976 an act to reorganize and consolidate the law relating to local government.
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WHEREAS IT is expedient made a law with respect to the local government for the purpose only of determining the equality law and policy: now, therefore, pursuant to 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 local Government Act 1976, and shall apply only for Peninsular Malaysia only.

(2) this Act shall come into force in a State on the appointed date in relation to that State by the State authority, after consultation with the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette and the State authority may, after consultation with the Minister, set a different date for the commencement of different provisions of this Act and may enforce all or any of the provisions of this act either across the country or in any part or parts of the State as specified in the notification.
12 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (3) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (2), relating to the Federal District, this Act shall come into force on such date as the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette.
(4) the State authority may, notwithstanding subsection (2) may, by notification in the Gazette, exempt an area in any local authority area from all or any provisions of this Act or of any by-laws.
(5) where a notification made under subsection (2) shall set out that the part or parts of this Act shall come into force, the State authority may state in the notification provision which from the legislation referred to in section 166 to be repealed.
Interpretation 2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "members of the Council" in relation to a local authority, means a person appointed under this Act to serve in the local authority and include Mayor or differentiate them;
"building" includes detached houses, huts, syed blockades or beratap, whether used for residential purpose, human or otherwise, as well as a wall, fence, underground tanks, platform, stage, get, pillar, pilar, most, frame, Board dendeng, launcher, dock, Pier, wall, Pier, the celebrated stage base, swimming pools, bridges, railways, transmission lines, cable, online redifusyen, pipelines or underground, or any other frame build , strut or base;
"temporary building" means a building classified as a temporary building under the building by-law;
Local Government 13 "Mayor" means the person who currently perform the duties of the position of Mayor of a City Council with legal law and includes Deputy Mayor;
"document of title" means the grant, lease of State land, certificate of title, conditional title, entries in the register of Mukim lease, mine or mining certificates and other documents proving ownership or registration of land, kept by the Registrar of titles or collector of land revenue;
"nuisance" means an Act, omission or anything that causes or is likely to cause the disaster, annoyance, offence, damage, harm or defect to the senses of sight, smell or hearing or membencanakan or dangerous or which may be membencanakan or hazardous to health or property or affect the safety or rights of the population at large;
"progress" in relation to beliefs, means all work or all materials used at any time on or for the benefit of the holding by the owner or its people with capital or personal energy to the extent of work done or materials used are effective to add value of the holding;
"sewage" has the same meaning assigned to it under the sewerage services Act 1993 [Act 508];
"highway" includes a street, medan, broadcast of the foot, road or Street intersection, whether road tembus or not, 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, drainage and drain on the side of any highway shall be deemed to be part of the route;
"City Council" means the Council of any Municipality that has been granted City status;
14 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 "annual value" means the estimated gross annual rent that reasonably expected to be derived from year to year from concerned if rented out, with the landlord to pay the expenses of repairs, insurance, maintenance or preservation and all tax rates and public: provided that — (a) at the annual estimate there are any arrangements can be taken of any restrictions or control over the rent to the extent that restrictions or control that limits the rent that may be required by a landlord or claimed from someone holding a tenant;
(b) at the annual estimate beliefs is in or on it any machinery used for any or all of the following purposes: (i) make any article or part of an object;
(ii) alter, repair, decorate or prepare any thing;
(iii) adapt any thing for sale, additional value given to the holding by reason of the existence of machinery shall not be taken into consideration, and for the purposes of this paragraph "machinery" includes steam engines, boilers, or other power motion relating to the machinery;
(c) on any land — (i) partly occupied or partially any buildings on it;
(ii) vacant, unoccupied or there is no any buildings on it;
(iii) which has on it an uncompleted building; or (iv) which has on it a building that has been certified by local authorities as abandoned or bad or do not qualify for human residence, the annual value of subparagraph (i) is whether the annual value as defined herein before local government 15 of these or ten percent of its value on the open market at the sole discretion of valuers and Officers concerning subparagraph (ii), (iii) and (iv), the annual value is ten percent of its value on the open market as if, in relation to subparagraph (iii) and (iv), it is vacant land without any buildings on it and in everything the local authorities may, with the approval of the State authority, reduce the percentage to the minimum five percent;
(d) if in respect of a particular Officer holding the assessor is of the opinion that there is no enough evidence to enable an assessment to be made on the basis of the evidence on the value of annual Officer Valuer may use any method of valuation which in its opinion are suitable for determining the annual value;
"value added" means holding an owner willing to price and is under no obligation to sell, can expect reasonably get from a buyer willing to purchase with it the owner negotiation, sales and purchase of the holding;
"market" means a public areas that are typically used to sell animals or meat, fish, fruit, vegetables or other human food products that are easily destroyed and to sell any clothing or other merchandise and includes all the land and premises used by any way together, or related thereto;
"holding" means any land availability or no buildings on it, held under a separate document of title and, concerning buildings which divide means joint property and any petaknya and, on Penang and Malacca, "holding" includes principally, building, isemen and hereditamen from any holding, whether exposed or terkepung, whether the building is in it or not , whether public or private, and whether maintained under statutory authority or not;
16 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 "holding" means a holding subject to the payment of a rate made or levied under this Act;
"Health officer" means an officer who currently perform the duties of an officer of a local authority Health and includes any person Assistant health officer;
"Officer Examiner" means any officer of the Assessors appointed by the local authority;
"owner" — (a) in relation to any land or building, means the owner of registered land is and if, in the opinion of the local authority, the registered proprietor of the land could not be detected, means the person for the time being 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 premises it rented out to one tenan; and (b) on the building which divide, including Management Corporation and any subsidiary of the proprietor;
"population" means the person who occupies the premises of which the word is used or in authority keep, manage or control it either for their own benefit or as an agent of another person but does not include passenger;
"State authorities" — (a) in relation to the States of Peninsular Malaysia, means the ruler in Council or Governor in Council of a State and includes the State Yang di-Pertuan Besar acting on behalf of himself and dignitaries Ruled; and local Government 17

(b) in relation to the Federal territory, means the Minister responsible for local government;
"local authority" means any City Council, Municipal Council or District Councils, as the case may be, and in relation to the Federal territory means the Mayor of Kuala Lumpur appointed under section 4 of the Federal Capital Act 1960 [Act 190];
"List of Valuation" means a valuation list prepared under this Act;
"Secretary" means the Chief Administrative Officer appointed by the State authority or any officer who currently perform the duties of the Chief Administrative Officer with legal law;
"land" includes things attached to the Earth or installed with its new to something attached to the Earth;
"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 any similar construction, or any thing can be seen 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 from any highway or public place;
"public place" means any open field, car park, Orchard, recreational parks and pleasure or field, whether terkepung or not, which is reserved for use by dikhas or the public or open to the public at any time;
"by-laws" in relation to a local authority means any by-laws made by the local authority under any of the powers given to the local authority in that behalf by any of the provisions of this Act or the regulations in force in accordance with the provisions of this Act;
18 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 "President" means the person who currently perform the duties of the post of President of a Municipality or District Council with legal law and includes the Deputy President.
PART II ADMINISTRATION of LOCAL AUTHORITIES the Declaration and setting a standard of local authority areas 3. For the administration of local government under this Act, the State authority, with consultation with the Minister and the Secretary of the Election Commission, may, by notification in the Gazette — (a) declare any area in the State that became a local authority area;
(b) give a name to the local authority area;
(c) determine the boundaries of the area of the local authority; and (d) prescribing the standard of local authorities for local authority area and the standard is the standard of Municipal Council or District Council.
Change of name and status, and the adjustment of the boundaries of the 4. (1) the State authority, with consultation with the local authorities, may, by notification in the Gazette, amend the name of any local authority area.
(2) the State authority, with consultation with the Minister and local authorities, may, by notification in the Gazette, amend the standard of a local authority area.
(3) the State authority, with consultation with the Minister and the Secretary of the Election Commission, may, by notification in the Gazette, vary the boundaries of any local authority area.
Local Government 19 Merger of two or more local authorities 5. (1) the State authority may, by order published in the Gazette, declare that starting from a date as may be specified in the order of two or more local authorities mentioned in such order shall be automatically combined and local authorities that such shall be automatically combined with effect from that date is referred to as a local authority which is known with a name as specified , and shall be administered by a local authority, as set out in the order.
(2) before making an order under subsection (1) the State authority shall consult with the Minister and the Secretary of the Election Commission.
Inheritance rights, liabilities, and obligations 6. All rights, liabilities and obligations relating to any matter before the establishment of the local authority under section 3 or a merger of the local authority under section 5 are the responsibility of local councils, Town Board, Town Council, District Councils, Rural Board, City Council, City Council or Board of management, as the case may be, shall, after the establishment of the merger or, are transferred to the local authority and in any legal proceedings pending on the date of incorporation or mergers that should be replaced with a one party the other party as may be necessary in view of the transfer of any rights, liabilities or obligations mentioned above; and to eliminate any doubt, it is hereby stated that all local Council officers and servants, Town Board, Town Council, District Councils, Board Lots, City Council, City Council or Board of management, as the case may be, shall, after the establishment of the merger or, become officers and servants of the local authorities.
20 laws of Malaysia ACT this Act 171 dipeluas to non-local authorities 7. (1) the State authority may from time to time, by notification in the Gazette, impose any modifications it deems fit any of the provisions of this Act or of any by-law to any area which is located in that State not covered either in total or in part in any local authority area and therefore all provisions and the by-laws set out in the notification shall subject to modifications like mentioned above, come into operation in the area to which it has been applied it.
(2) if under subsection (1), any of the provisions of this Act or of any by-law has been applied to any area of the State authority may, by notification in the Gazette, appoint a person or persons, either on behalf of or at the Office, to run and perform in that area all or any of the powers and duties granted or ditanggungkan by this Act or by any by-law or to the local authority or any of his officers.
Administration of local authority areas 8. The Affairs of every local authority area shall be administered by a local authority established by and in accordance with this Act: provided that if the application of this Act for the Federal territory there is any discrepancy between this Act with the federal capital 1960 Act or regulations made thereunder, Federal Capital Act 1960 shall be used.
The power of the State authority to give instructions 9. (1) the State authority may from time to time give to local authorities general instructions, and which are not inconsistent with this Act, regarding the policy to be obeyed in the exercise of the powers conferred and duties imposed by or under this Act to or over the local authority in relation to matters which in the opinion of the local Government of 21 State authority to touch the interests of the local authority area , and local authorities shall enforce all such directions as soon as possible.
(2) the local authority shall give to the State authority any account statements, and other information required by the State authority from time to time in respect of the property and the activities of the local authority.
Members Of The Council 10. (1) local authorities shall consist of — (a) the mayor or President; and (b) not less than eight and not more than twenty-four members of the Council again, who shall be appointed by the State authority.
(2) a member of the Council of local authorities shall be appointed from among the largest number of people of whom shall be a person who is normally resident in the local authority area and which in the opinion of the State authority has vast experience in local Government Affairs or that has acquired a high level of success in a profession, trade or industry, or have the ability to represent the interests of their communities in the local authority area.
(3) the term of Office for each Member of Council shall not be more than three years.
(4) the seat of a member of Council shall be vacated if his resignation is accepted, if he is disqualified under subsection 34 (7) or if his appointment is revoked by the State authority.
(5) where the seat of a member of the Council becomes vacant, Mayor or Governor shall notify the State authority immediately.
22 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (6) a member of the Council shall be eligible for reappointment upon the expiry of his Office.
(7) where the Mayor or President disagreed with the other Council Members about the conduct of any of its powers or powers of the local authority, he shall refer the matter to the Menteri Besar or Chief Minister of the State and the decision of the Menteri Besar or the Chief Minister on the matter shall be final and binding on the local authority.

(8) the mayor or Governor may allow members of the Council did not attend the meeting for a period and on such conditions as may be determined by the State authority.
(9) each Council member and a person appointed to a Committee under section 28 shall be paid a salary or allowances may be paid as determined by the State authority.
Declaration by members of the Council before taking up the position of 11. A member of the Council cannot act in the position of Councilman unless he has made and signed in the presence of the local authority a declaration accepting the post in form A of the first schedule to this Act and the Declaration are exempted from stamp duty.
Members of the Council are exempted from serving as assessor judge or member of jury 12. No native members of the Council be liable to serve as assessor judge or as a member of the jury.
The local authority is the Corporation 13. Every local authority is a body corporate and shall remain turun-menurun and shall have a common seal which may be modified from time to time and may sue and be sued, acquiring 23 local government, hold and sell property and generally can melaku and perform any acts and things to dilaku and carried out legally by bodies corporate.
Seal 14. (1) the common seal of a local authority shall be kept by the Secretary and its use must be certified by the signature of the Mayor or President, a member of the Council and the Secretary.
(2) the Seal shall be officially and judicially noticed.
The provisions in relation to local government elections, cease to have effect 15. (1) Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in any written law, all provisions relating to the election of local Government shall cease to have force or effect.
(2) all members of the Council who held office immediately before the commencement of this Act shall immediately cease to hold office.
(3) for the purposes of this section, "Council Member" means — (a) a member of the Board of management appointed under subsection 4 (1) * the local Government Act (Temporary Provisions) Act, 1973 (b) Councilman or Commissioner of the municipalities;
(c) a member of the Council for urban District Council, District Council or rural District Council; and (d) a member of the local Council or town Board.
* NOTE — Act local government (Temporary Provisions) Act, 1973 is repealed by the Act Government Tempatan1976 [Act 171] – see section 166.
24 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 PART III OFFICERS and EMPLOYEES of local authorities List posts 16. (1) local authorities shall, once in every year before or at the time of submitting the budget of the local authority to the State authority under section 55, submit to the State authority for his approval a list of positions deemed necessary by the local authority for the purposes of this Act with salaries and allowances, if any, proposed to be given to the posts respectively.
(2) the list, when approved by the State authority, shall remain in force until a new list has been approved in the same way.
(3) local authorities may at any time submit to the State authority for his approval of any changes and enhancements in and to that list, and the additional changes and, upon approval, shall have the same effect as if it had been included in the list.
(4) the Mayor of Kuala Lumpur, on federal territory, or Mayor or President or his attorney which shall be a member of the Council, Secretary and another councilman, on the other, local authorities may appoint that person to the position shown in the approved list of such and can lose his rank or remove the person from Office and may appoint another person to replace them : provided that the demotion or removal of a head of the Department or his deputy from his Office cannot take effect until the demotion or removal that has been endorsed by the State authority: provided further that no officer or employee may be demoted promoted or removed without given reasonable opportunity to be heard.
25 local government local authorities Power to convene a disciplinary, etc., for his officers 17. (1) a local authority may, with the approval of the State authority, from time to time make rules for the purposes of maintaining good conduct and discipline among officers and employees and may impose any punishment to any officer or employee who is guilty for misconduct or breach of obligations in the discharge of his official duties: provided that no sentence can be imposed on any Head or his Deputy without the prior approval of the State authority.
(2) the local authority may suspend from duty any officer or employee who is accused of committing misconduct or breach of duty in the exercise of his official duties, and if at the time of such suspension of the officer or employee is fired from his post to be paid to him for the duration of the suspension part of his salary which shall not be less than onehalf thinks fit by the local authority.
(3) a local authority may, with the approval of the State authority, from time to time make rules for regulations on approval, appointment, duties and conditions of service, including the matters relating to maternity benefits, a rest day, hours of work, overtime, holidays, leave, benefits of downsizing and retirement, for officers and employees.
(4) this section shall have effect notwithstanding any other provisions of the Employment Act 1955 [Act 265].
Bekal Fund or Provident Fund 18. (1) a local authority, with the approval of the State authority, may make rules — (a) to establish a fund Bekal or Provident Fund;
26 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (b) to allocate costs or other allowances to those who have worked with the local authority when they die, are dismissed as old, resigned, retired or terminated; and (c) for a contribution of money by the local authority to Fund Old Bekal or the Provident Fund.
(2) no such payment or other allowance made or given to the person of a Old Bekal Fund or Provident Fund when they die, are dismissed as old, resigned, retired or terminated and also nothing right any contributors acquired under it, may be assigned or transferred or liable to be detained, separated or levied for or about any debts or claims.
(3) a can with a memorandum by him to appoint a person or persons the nomination recipients for money due when he died from an Old Bekal Fund or Provident Fund and may provide for the appointment of a person or persons the nomination recipients with new money and for investment.
(4) Receipt of a nomination or the nomination recipients recipients who are appointed accordingly or if if there is no any such appointment receipts from personal representatives in law for a person who has died is a liability that release the local authority for any money to be paid when that person dies from an Old Bekal Fund or Provident Fund.
(5) all Old Bekal Fund or Provident Fund established accordingly under any written law repealed by this Act shall continue to have effect and affect wholly as if the Fund was established by rules made under this section but without prejudice to any accrued rights or liabilities has been done or any act or thing done before the abolition of.
27 local government PART IV CONDUCT of AFFAIRS of the Office of the local authority 19. Every local authority shall hold an Office in the local authority area to conduct its affairs.
Regular meetings 20. Every local authority shall hold an ordinary meeting to conduct its affairs on the day and the time appointed by him from time to time, but not less than once a month.
Special meetings 21. (1) the mayor or Governor may at any time and shall, upon request in writing of not less than one third of the members of the Council, call a special meeting of local authorities, and the day appointed for the meeting shall within fourteen days from the request served.
(2) notice of a special meeting shall state the purpose of the meeting, and there are no any matter other than that specified in the notice may be discussed in the meeting.
Notice of meeting

22. Notice of the time and place for every meeting of the local authorities shall be communicated to every person Councilman either to him personally or by leaving it at the usual residence or the address of its conduct not less than twenty-four hours before the meeting: provided that the accidental omission of serve notice that does not affect a legal meeting.
28 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 Meeting local authorities shall be open to the public 23. All local authorities must be open to the public and to the press unless otherwise decided by the local authority with a resolution in the meeting: provided that this section shall not be used for any local authority the Committee unless otherwise decided by the Committee by resolution.
Quorum 24. (1) the quorum necessary for doing in a special meeting of local authorities is half of the full number of members of its Council does not include any empty seats and if the number of members of the Council cannot be divided by two, the necessary quorum is half of the number of smaller before only from it.
(2) the quorum necessary for the conduct of regular meetings of local authorities is one-third of the number of full members of his Council did not include any empty seats and if the number of Members of the Council cannot be divided by three, the necessary quorum is one third of the number of smaller before only thereof which can be divided by three.
(3) If a special or regular meeting of local authorities meeting there is no quorum shall be postponed to a another day as specified by the mayor or President, and the matter should have been brought in the original meeting, if there is a quorum, shall be carried and run the meeting of grace that whether a quorum exists or not in the meeting.
Chairman of the meeting of 25. (1) At every meeting of the local authorities, Mayor or President or if he is not present the Deputy Mayor or Deputy President if present, shall be the Chairman.
Local government 29 (2) where the mayor or President and Deputy Mayor or Deputy President of both is not present in the meeting, members of the Council present shall elect one from amongst themselves to be Chairman of the meeting.
More voice votes decide 26. (1) unless specified otherwise all question brought in any local authority meetings shall be decided by vote more voice Councilman who attended.
(2) if the number of votes the same abundance in the meeting Chairman shall be entitled to give a second or casting vote.
Minutes shall be kept of all travel 27. (1) every local authority shall cause to be minute made accordingly from time to time travel on all the local authority and every Committee appointed by it, including the names of all members of Council present, and the names of all members of the Council who voted on a question decided by having a clear division of votes.
(2) all hours must be certified and signed by the Chairman of the meeting.
(3) the minutes of all travel shall be kept local authority at the Office of the local authority and shall at all reasonable time open for inspection by any member of the Council or payer rate local authority areas and by any officer of the Federal Government or the State Government in the home the local authority areas, any of them may at all reasonable time make a copy of any part of such minutes without payment : provided that the minute any Committee may not be open for inspection by a person paying rates unless the local authority directs otherwise.
30 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (4) minutes away at a meeting of local authorities meeting or a Committee duly signed by the Chairman of a meeting in which the minute is signed must be received in evidence without further proof and, subject to the exception should, shall be evidence of the matters stated therein.
The Appointment Of The Committee 28. Every local authority may from time to time appoint Committees, whether of General or special, consisting of a Chairman and a number of members of the Council and a few others as it deems fit by the local authority, for the purpose of examining and reporting on any matter or carry out any act which in the opinion of the local authority are more suitable carried out by means of a Committee , and may delegate to any such Committee any of the powers he deems fit unless the power to earn money through rate or loan, and can set the quorum for any Committee.
Standing orders for regulating the travel of local authorities 29. Subject to the provisions of this Act, every local authority may from time to time made an order to regulate its proceedings and any of its committees, in order to maintain order at the meeting-a meeting or at the meeting any of its committees and for co-ordinating the duties of members of the Council and the conduct of the Affairs of the local authority.
Supernatural powers in matters of emergency 30. Mayor of Kuala Lumpur, Mayor or President, as the case may be, may direct that implemented promptly any work or do any act for the safety of life or property, and may direct that expenses thereof payable out of the Fund for local authorities and shall report such matter that at the meeting of the local authority following the first.
Local Government Act validity of 31 local authorities officers 31. (1) all acts of local authorities or acts of any person acting as Mayor or President, councilman, Secretary or someone else local authorities officers is valid and effective as if that person was appointed and qualified accordingly even if found to have a defect in the appointment of any such person or even if any such person has been disqualified.
(2) no anything done under this Act may be void merely by reason of the number of members of the Council in a local authority is less than the number of specified.
Confirmation and completion of documents 32. Every notice, order, warrant, licence, the receipt or other similar document issued or that require confirmation by a local authority shall be deemed to be confirmed with cukupnya without seal of the local authority if signed by Mayor of Kuala Lumpur, Mayor or President, Secretary or by any other officer of the local authority duly authorized in that behalf by the Mayor of Kuala Lumpur , Mayor or President, as the case may be, or by any fixed order or by-laws of the local authority.
Exemption a councilman, etc., from its own liability 33. No matter or thing done or omitted and there a contract made by the local authorities, and no matter or thing done or omitted by the Mayor or President, Councillor, officer or employee of the local authority or other person acting under the direction of the local authority may, if the thing or it was done or not done or the contract has been made in good faith for the purposes of this Act or for the purposes of any by-law in force in the local authority area, making the person or people that on its own or in association subject 32 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 to anything legal, liability, claims or insistence; and any expenses incurred by local authorities or any such person shall be paid by the local authorities from the funds of the local authorities.
The Disability Council Member for voting because there is interest in the contract, etc.
34. (1) where a Councilman there have an interest money, directly or indirectly, in any contract or proposed contract or other matter, and he was present in a meeting of the local authority or of any Committee of the local authority in which the contract or other matter that is the subject matter of consideration, he shall as soon as may be after the meeting started , disclose it, and shall withdraw from the meeting while the contract or matter is considered:

Provided that this section shall not be used for an interest in a contract or other matter that a Council Member may have had as a payer rate or as residents of local authority areas, or as a regular user of water, gas, electricity or other services local authority or to an interest in any matter relating to the terms upon which the right to participate in any local authority service , including the supply of goods, are offered to the public.
(2) for the purposes of this section a member of Council shall be considered to have had an interest money indirectly in a contract or other matter, if — (a) he or any penerimanamaannya is a member of a company or other body with it the contract made or proposed to be made or who have had an interest money directly in other matters being considered it; or local government 33 (b) he or she is a partner of, or work for, someone whom the contract made or proposed to be made or available interest money directly in the other things that are being considered that: provided that this subsection shall not apply to persons who become members of, or working for, a public body.
(3) about people who are married, the importance of a husband and wife shall, if known by the other spouse, deemed for the purposes of this section as well as a husband and wife who interest the other.
(4) a general notice given in writing to the Secretary by a member of the Council which means that Members of the Council or of a husband and his wife is a member of or work for a company or other body, or that certain Members of the Council or of a husband and his wife is a partner of or work for a certain, shall, unless the notice is withdrawn, deemed to be a sufficient disclosure of his interest in a contract the proposed contract or other matter relating to the company or other body or in connection with that person, which is a matter of judgement after the date of the notice.
(5) the Secretary shall record in a book to be kept for that purpose details of disclosure made under subsection (1) and the details of a notice given under subsection (4), and the book shall be open at all reasonable time for inspection by any member of the Council.
(6) If a member of the Council fails to comply with subsection (1), he commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both and in addition the Court may make an order of forfeiture of any profits that have accrued or may accrue to him as a result of the interest.
34 the laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (7) a member of Council who is convicted of an offence under this section shall thereupon disqualified from becoming a member of the next Council.
(8) a member of Council is disqualified under subsection (7) shall not be appointed as a member of the Council for any local authorities.
(9) a prosecution of an offence under this section shall not be taken except with the consent of the Prosecutor.
(10) for the purposes of this section "Council Member" includes a person appointed to a Committee of local authorities.
Restrictions on 35. No Council member can by itself or via partners or agents acting upon any professionalism for or against local authorities that he was a member of its Council.
Contract 36. (1) a local authority may enter into contracts as may be necessary to complete any of its duties provided that the contract does not involve any expense in the year it is more than the amount provided for in the annual estimates in order to accomplish the task unless the expenditure is allowed in that year under section 56.
(2) all contracts made by the local authority or by any its committees for the local authority should be made according to a fixed order of the local authority and on a contract to supply goods or materials or to carry out work, the standing orders require that — (a) except as otherwise provided therein, tenders shall be called in the manner specified in the order; and (b) no a contract that will take more time than the time between it made with the end of the financial year may be made without the prior written consent of the local authority in advance.
Local government 35 Ways to execute the contract more than ten thousand dollars 37. Every contract involving an expense in local authorities more than ten thousand dollars shall state — (a) work or duties to be carried out;
(b) materials to be used;
(c) the price to be paid for the work, duties or the materials;
(d) the period or periods in time when work or the obligation to be done or the materials to be supplied; and (e) damages due to breach of contract by the contractor, and shall be sealed with the seal of the local authority.
Employees cannot have an interest in a contract 38. No native officer or employee of a local authority can in any way have have outboard link nor an interest in a contract or work made by or run for local authorities without the knowledge and consent of the local authority in advance.
Part V GENERAL PROVISIONS the FINANCIAL Revenue of local authorities 39. As a result of a local authority is consist of — (a) all taxes, rates, rent, licence fees, dues and other funds or charges payable to the local authority pursuant to the provisions of this Act or any other written law;
(b) all charges or profits arising from any trade, service or undertaking carried out by the local authority under powers vested to it;
36 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (c) all interest on any money invested by the local authority and all income arising from movable and immovable the local authority; and (d) all other revenue that accrued to the local authority of the Federal Government or the Government of any State or of any statutory bodies, other local authorities or from any other source as a grant, contribution, endowment or other.
Fund Local Authorities 40. (1) all moneys received by the local authorities pursuant to this Act or under any other written law shall form a fund called the Fund for local authorities and, along with all property vested in the local authority, shall be under the direction and control of the local authority.
(2) all moneys received by the local authority with respect to the funds of the local authorities to be included in a current account or deposit account in one or more bank licensed under the banking and financial institutions Act 1989 [Act 372].
(3) all orders or cheques against the Fund shall be signed by two officers authorized in writing by the local authority.
(4) any money that can be invested in any of the securities the trustee is authorized to invest in it or by any other means as permitted by the Minister of finance.
The power of local authorities to get loan 41. (1) subject to any other written law, any local authority may, by resolution and with the agreement of the State authorities, from time to time get through loan any amount of local government with 37 such conditions as may be approved by the State authority for any of the following purposes: (a) to pay the expenses incurred or to be done for any of the following : (i) land acquisition that the local authority is empowered to take it;
(ii) to erect a building that local authorities that there is no power mendirikannya;
(iii) carrying out a regular piece of work, provide or renew a plant or provide or replace the car; and (b) to explain existing loans: provided that the loan does not render the local authority debt amounting to more than five times the annual value as contained in the valuation list while the local authority and also provided that the repayment period of the loan may not be more than sixty years.
(2) before a resolution is submitted to the local authority an estimate must be made of the cost of a proposed project and with which the borrowed money to be spent, the annual cost to maintain the project, an annual income to be obtained therefrom, for the duration of the project, and the way the proposed repayment.
The power of local authorities to issue the mortgage or debenture stock and make rules about it

42. (1) Local authorities can provide security for all or any of the money he authorized to borrow under section 41 with the mortgage or charge or with stock and issue debentures mengada.
(2) production Conditions, charges and mortgage debenture stock shall be — (a) subject to the approval of the State authority;
(b) declared at the time of the withdrawal;
38 the laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (c) was recorded in the register of the securities, and a copy of the printed for the conditions shall be given to every owner of the securities requires same.
(3) the local authority shall make in respect of the debenture stock issued by him under this Act, the regulations provide for — (a) the form of the prospectus to be issued;
(b) the form of the debenture stock or for any of them;
(c) to Institute and maintain in the prescribed form a or several Express for the debenture stock and the owner at that time;
(d) inspection any register that the public and obtain certified copies thereof and extracts therefrom;
(e) the transfer of any such debenture stock;
(f) the transfer of ownership of any securities the owner property of the death, bankruptcy or by the effective law;
(g) fix any register it;
(h) costs which shall be paid by the person in respect of the production, registration, the transfer or the transfer of any of the securities or for inspection any register or for the case of a copy thereof or extract therefrom; and (i) the appointment of the Registrar and the company and costs payable to them.
(4) All such regulations shall be submitted to the State authority for approval and, once approved, such shall be published in the Gazette.
(5) a register maintained under the provisions of any regulation that is the evidence of any matters directed or authorized by him so recorded it and, with respect to the person who recorded it as a stock owner, the debenture was evidence check on the title of each one of the debenture stock.
Local government 39 notice of trust, mortgage or other unacceptable 43. The local authority is not bound by the notice, either express, understood or interpreted, of a trust, charges or other interest, in law or in equity, which side a person other than the owner or registered owner at that time can claim as there is has an interest in or be entitled to any securities issued by the local authority.
Securities investment trust shall be 44. (1) a trustee, executor or administrator, unless prohibited by the will or instrument other instrument under which he acts it, can the Trust Fund invested in a security issued by a local authority under this Act or under any other written law and for that purpose may withdraw any trust fund that has been invested in any other securities.
(2) if any local authority or statutory body is authorised or required by law to put money in the Federal Government securities, he may invest the money in any securities issued by any local authority under this Act or under any other written law.
Remedies because of default 45. (1) if at any time the interest payable on a loan, unless the stock borrowed by a local authority under this Act, is has not been paid by the local authority for three months after a claim in writing to the local authority by the person entitled thereto or by its attorney duly authorised by him accordingly, application may be made by the person or his representative to the High Court for the appointment of a receiver for the property and the proceeds Security has been made for the loan.
40 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (2) after hearing of the application the Court may make such orders and give such directions as may be appropriate in the circumstances to get and pay the money due, and in particular, the Court may order that a rate or rates for any amount or amounts which he may be made and levied on all rateable property in the local authority area , and commanded such is caused similar load load a rate imposed by the local authority and can be enforced in a way that similar, and the rates revenue shall be paid to the Court or as directed by the Court.
(3) If an explanation for any of the loan or for an ansurannya cannot be made after a period of thirty days from the date of the loan or the instalment due is settled, similar action could be taken on the application of the person to the explanation be made or on the application of its attorney duly authorised by him accordingly.
(4) Upon such application, the Court may, in addition to any order that he or she is authorized to make under subsection (2), order the sale of any property which has been used as security for the loan, subject always to the provisions of any written law on transferring any land vested in the local authorities.
Power to borrow for special purpose, 46. (1) in addition to the borrowing authority granted to a local authority by section 41, and subject to any other written law of a local authority may, for the purpose of developing the undertaking of housing, commercial and industrial, earning money by way of loan from any person for any amount, any rate of interest and upon such conditions as may be agreed between the local authority with the person with the approval of the State authority.
Local government 41 (2) a loan granted to a local authority under this section may, with the first mortgage or first mortgage or with debentures, bersekuritikan assets, and revenue earned from the assets with which the money will be borrowed and not bersekuritikan other assets or revenue of the local authority.
(3) Section 45 does not apply for the loan or for any interest payable thereon, but the mortgagee, holder of the mortgage or debenture holders that can perform instant remedies in law and equity in sight in force from time to time in the State in which the local authority is located.
Loans by the Government 47. (1) subject to any other written law, the Federal Government or the Government of any State may provide loans from the result or from other ostracized or provided from time to time for that purpose to any local authorities with any rate of interest and upon such terms and conditions as he thinks fit to impose to be complied with by the local authority to obtain the loan , in addition to the terms and conditions prescribed by the law.
(2) where a local authority is unable to pay any money due on a loan granted under this section, the Federal Government or the Government of any State may, at any time after the expiration of sixty days from the date the money is due and payable, ordered that a rate or rates for such amount as he may have to be made and levied on all rateable properties within the local authority and commanded such is the same as the load caused the burden of a rate imposed by the local authority and can be enforced in a way that similar, and the rates revenue shall be paid to the general revenue the federal or the State's general revenue.
42 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 Loans first obligations become on revenue and assets of 48. Subject to such charges before, every loan granted under section 41 and 47 shall be dependent first on the revenue and assets of the local authority to obtain the loan.
Advance by means of overdraft 49. Subject to any other written law of a local authority can get advances from a bank from time to time by means of overdrafts and an overdraft that is require the approval of the State authority, unless the overdraft is covered by fixed deposits with the bank: provided that all moneys so advanced by the bank and such interest shall be a debt due by the local authority and shall be a liability to the property and as a result the local authority, available at that time or in the future, and subsection 47 (2) shall apply in the State-of-matter as if the advance is a loan granted under section 47.
Sinking fund Fund

50. Local authorities should establish a fund or sinking fund on any loan that has been obtained by or given to him and shall cause to be paid to the Fund or group-the Fund any sum of money every year to hold a redemption for the loan or any amount of money as directed by the State authorities and local authorities cannot assign any sums from the sinking fund Fund for any other purpose without the agreement of the State authorities.
Local government 43 State authorities can give instructions about the sinking fund Fund 51. The State authority may, in its discretion, from time to time to give instruction to the local authority about the manner in which money in any fund of the sinking fund or want to be used, invested or transferred to any other Fund or to the General assets of the local authority.
Reform and insurance fund 52. A local authority may from time to time provide for separating every year amounts to create — (a) the renewal Fund to replace the entire or part of the assets of the local authority, which by reason of the decline or other reasons need to be replaced at any time to come; and (b) insurance fund to cover the risk or to provide for contingencies, that is, the obligation if there is no such Fund remains to be explained by the local authority when no risk or unexpected happened;
PART VI ACCOUNTS and AUDIT of accounts shall be kept 53. Local authorities shall order the books and accounts to be held and record the true and proper recorded in it on all transactions the local authority and books and accounts shall be open at all reasonable time and for a reasonable period for inspection by any member of the Council with the prior permission of the mayor or President.
44 the laws of Malaysia ACT 171 54 financial year. (1) for the purposes of this Act, the financial year is twelve months ending on and including the thirty-one day of December each year.
(2) the accounts of local authorities shall as soon as may be balanced for the previous financial year and an annual statement of accounts of local authorities Fund shall be provided.
(3) a copy of the annual statement signed by the Mayor of Kuala Lumpur, Mayor or President, as the case may be, shall be laid before the local authority no later than the first meeting is usually in the month of may of the next, or at any time thereafter in accordance with as permitted by the local authority.
(4) the annual report shall be prepared in such form and shall contain such information as may be required by the State authority.
Annual estimates shall be approved and agreement 55. (1) local authorities shall be not less than ten day of November of each year to approve a complete estimate of the revenue and expenditure of the local authority for the following financial year immediately after it.
(2) the Estimates shall not in any form required by the State authority and must be approved at a special meeting of the local authority.
(3) a copy of the draft estimates shall be communicated to each Council member not less than seven days before the date fixed for the meeting.
(4) subject to the provisions of this Act the local authority may, in its discretion, approve, modify, reject or add any item in the draft estimates.
Local Government 45 (5) after the Budget is approved by the local authority, the Budget must be submitted to the State authority not later than the twenty-day of January and shall be considered by the State authority not later than thirty-one December in that year and the State authority may reduce or reject any item expenses there is in it then.
(6) a summary of the Budget as approved by the State authority shall be published in the Gazette and the local authority was bound by it.
Supplementary estimates 56. (1) if the provisions of the additional money required in any one year the local authority may from time to time approve supplementary estimates indicate the cause from which any additional expenses incurred by him may be paid.
(2) subject to the provisions of this section, section 55 shall apply for a supplementary estimate in the manner similar to the provisions applicable to the annual estimates: provided that supplementary estimates shall be considered by the State authority not later than six weeks after the date it is received.
Expenditure may not be carried out unless included in the estimate of 57. There is a local authority can do for any expenses that are not included in the estimates approved except with the permission of the State authority.
Move The Provisions Of 58. Local authorities may transfer all or any part of the money allocated for one item of annually recurrent expenditure to a the details annual recurrent expenditure other expenditure under heading in the budget summary as approved and published in the Gazette under subsection 55 (6).
46 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 Form estimated 59. Annual estimates and supplementary estimates and abstract thereof shall be prepared in such form and shall contain such information as may be required by the State authority.
Auditing of accounts 60. (1) the Auditor-General or another auditor appointed by the State authority on the recommendation of the Auditor General shall examine the accounts of local authorities on the whole of the financial year, and the local authority shall, whether by the Treasurer or other officer authorized by the local authority, mengemuka and present in front of the auditor all books and accounts of the local authority together with all vouchers , papers, contracts and documents related to it.
(2) it shall be the duty of the Auditors to submit to the local authority on or before the thirty-one day of October each year the annual opinion on the local authority's accounts for the previous financial year and certifies in it whether or not — (a) the accounts of the local authority was correct;
(b) separate accounts in respect of all commercial undertaking has been saved;
(c) the account is issued is showing a a true and fair view of the financial position of the local authority and commercial undertaking;
(d) appropriate provisions have been made to redeem and repay all money borrowed by the local authority;
(e) the amount set aside for the decline and renewal of assets of local authorities is enough; and (f) all the requirements have been complied with.
Local Government 47 (3) the Auditors can express its views in its opinion on all the question arising from the recommendations given by him under subsection (2) and can be in view that draw attention to all matters in which he is of the opinion that the provisions of this Act or any other written law has not been carried out or that any act, matter or thing has been implemented or carried out without authority.
(4) the audited accounts together with the auditor's opinion thereon shall be laid before the local authority meetings usually first following and shall be published in the Gazette.
(5) a copy of the statement and the account must be submitted to the State authority that will cause them to presented in the State Assembly and, for the city of Kuala Lumpur in the House of Commons.
Power to take evidence 61. (1) for the purposes of an inspection under this Act of a person the Auditors may require by notice in writing any officer of the local authority or any other person to submit any records, minute books and documents in his possession or under his control and to provide any information or explanation that is necessary to carry out the obligations under this Act.
(2) any person who, without reasonable cause, refused to produce a record, minutes, books or documents or refuses to give information or description commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or both and liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars for each day the offence continues after conviction.
Remuneration of Auditor 62. The auditor shall be paid by the local authority of a remuneration in accordance with as agreed.
48 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 PART VII PUBLIC AREAS Control boxes, etc.
63. A local authority is the authority to carry out control and general care for all places in local authority areas, who have or will at any time are separated and placed right at the local authority for the public or against whom the public will at any time have or has obtained the right together.

The power to hold public areas, etc., and enlarge it 64. A local authority may — (a) to organize, build, or reserve a new public venue; and (b) expanding into, open, grow or develop any public areas that, by giving reasonable compensation according to the provisions of any written law to the owner and any land, House or building required for any such purpose, or affected by that.
Temporary power to close public areas, 65. A local authority may close for a while any public areas that vest on him or that are under its control.
Power to erect public buildings in public places open 66. A local authority may erect and maintain buildings in any public areas open for public purpose and may reserve any of the public areas or any part thereof for any purpose it deems fit from time to time by the local authority.
49 local government conditions and restrictions regarding the closure of the highway, etc.
67. (1) a local authority may close or redirect permanently any public highway or close permanently any public areas or changing permanently the border: provided that — (a) before the local authorities allow a shutdown, the deviation or variation of a permanent border notice of not less than fourteen days shall be given on the proposed want to propose a resolution for that purpose;
(b) before a closing, the deviation or variation of that run, the local authority shall prepare a plan for the proposed work and one statement showed about the need that is and shall be not less than one month before the start of a proposed work notice thereof in the Gazette and in any other manner directed by local authorities through a resolution and the notice shall specify the place where the plan may be inspected by the public at the time of reasonable and a copy of the notice shall be ditampalkan on a part of the highway or public place utter;
(c) are eligible for an owner or occupier of any land affected by the closure, the deviation or variation that makes a claim in writing to the local authority within one month from the date of the notice published in the Gazette to receive compensation by reason of the closure, the deviation or variation of that and if the claim is proved to the satisfaction of the local authority , the local authority shall pay compensation to any such owner or occupier and in assessing the amount of compensation payable, interest or profit is available or likely to be available from closure, the deviation or variation of it by that person shall be taken into account;
50 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (d) if any person aggrieved by a closure, the deviation or variation of a proposed protest against it in writing within one month from the date of the notice published in the Gazette in respect of closure, the deviation or variation of a proposed, unless the objection is withdrawn, closure, the deviation or variation shall never run without permission of the State authority; and (e) after the presentation of a protest, the State authority may, on the application of the local authority, appoint a person or persons to carry out an investigation in respect of the closure, the deviation or variation of a proposed as well as the objections against it and to file a report about it and after receiving the report of the person or persons that the State authority may make an order does not allow closure , the deviation or variation of a proposed or allow it with any modifications, if any, as he thinks necessary.
(2) a local authority may, with the agreement of the State authorities, close or redirect permanently any highway which is not a public highway in the local authority area, but in every case, therefore, the closure or deviation shall be subject to subsection (1).
Name the public areas, etc.
68. A local authority may, with the approval of the State authority, set the name with which a public areas or housing or housing schemes are known and may from time to time change the name of a public place or housing or housing schemes or any part thereof whether or not that name has been used for the place, the garden or the scheme before the commencement of this Act.
Local Government 51 PART VIII POLLUTION STREAMS Do nuisance in streams, etc.
69. A person who commits a nuisance or put any impurities in or on the banks of any stream, channel drains, or other watercourses within the local authority area commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or both common and liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars for each day the offence continues after conviction.
Pollution of the streams with the trash trade, etc.
70. A person who — (a) put or cause to be so placed or fall or flow or by disedarinya allow placed or fall or flow or brought into any stream of solid waste or rubbish liquids from any factory, manufacturing process or quarry or any rubbish or abu flame or any other waste or any substance to decay so that either the act alone or together with other act by that person or by any others interfere with proper pengalirannya or polluting its water;
(b) cause fall or flow or with disedarinya allows the fall or flow or brought into any stream something things waste either solid or liquid; or (c) use any stream, channel drains, or other watercourse or pond or tank waste, for the purpose of carrying out any laundry trade, within or outside of a local authority area commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both and liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars for each day the offence continues after conviction.
52 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 local authorities can claim expenses for work done 71. (1) where any expenses incurred by local authorities in the exercise of any work by reason of the offence referred to in section 69 and 70, the local authority shall give a certificate about the cost of the work to the person who committed such offence and the local authority is conclusive evidence of the amount of money due it.
(2) the amount of the money shall be deemed to be a debt payable to the local authority and can be claimed in any manner provided by this Act for prosecution rates has not been settled.
PART IX-FOOD, Markets, HYGIENE And NUISANCE Power 72. (1) a local authority shall have the power to do all or any of the following matters, namely: (a) to organize, maintain and carry out cleansing for remove and delete, or for managing waste, animal carcasses, and all sorts of rubbish and waste liquid;
(b) to establish, erect, maintenance, rent, control and manage the markets and building markets, pensions, House, room or building maintained for places of food people, shops, stalls and it and control it with respect to its use and occupancy;
Local government 53 (c) for temporary building license, stalls, desk, television show, strollers, gadi, trisikal or other containers either fixed in place or not, erected or used to sell or expose for sale — (i) any food or drink in the street, a public place or places of public or private premises;
(ii) goods other than food or drink in the street, a public place or public places, and to seize, destroy or dispose of it if it is not licensed as such;
(d) to organize, build and maintain public toilets, jamban and small bowel public place, whether above or below ground, in any public place;
(e) to organize, build, maintain and control the slaughter house, whether inside or outside the local authority;
(f) to protect and promote public health and take all steps necessary and reasonably practical — (i) to prevent the occurrence of any infectious diseases, can be contagious or can be prevented;
(ii) to safeguard the area to always be clean and healthy; and (iii) to prevent the occurrence, or for meremedi or cause to be remedied, any nuisance or situation which might bring disaster or dangerous to health;
(g) to organize, build, equip, maintain, control and conducting cold storage and depot for meat inspection;
(h) to organize, build, equip, maintain, control and operate the depot for examining, processing, distribution, purchase and sale of milk or milk products;
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(i) to organise, acquire, construct, maintain, control and handling of industrial washing clothes and free washing clothes; and (j) hold, build, maintain, control and operate the station penyahjangkit.
(2) for the purposes of section 72 and 73, liquid waste excluding sewage.
By-laws of 73. (1) a local authority may from time to time make, amend or revoke by-laws to carry out the provisions of this Act in a way better and in particular — (a) (i) to organise, maintain and forced the use of any service to remove or delete, or even manage, waste, animal carcasses and all sorts of rubbish and waste liquid and to require the owner of the premises and the residents perform removal the elimination or business, and to organize and control the how;
(ii) to preserve a public place to always be clean and free from impurities or rubbish and to prohibit any dirt, rubbish, glass, cans or other containers, paper, animal carcasses, waste or water flushing flushing or anything else, liquid or solid from thrown, dropped or placed on or in any of the streams, channels or other watercourses, and hold any liquids from flowing into any place that , and to arrange or prohibit a person, animal or thing from bathed or washed at any such place;
(iii) to prohibit, discontinue, delete and to prevent the occurrence of nuisance: provided that in a case where it is found a nuisance in the local authority area or local government because all 55 in part by an act or default outside the local authority, action may be taken against any person with respect to the Act or default of the same in such manner and with load and as a result the same as-by Act or default that was to star in the local authority area;
(iv) to ensure stable, pens of goats, cows, cattle cages cages of pigs and chickens ducks shed built the successful completion and to prohibit birds or animals from premises that are not preserved was built in accordance with the by-laws or built by way of or located at a venue that would render the premises become a nuisance if birds or animals kept therein and to prohibit animals from bird or preserved in any premises which are accepted by health officials as located at a place that makes the premises shall not be entitled for that purpose;
(v) to prohibit animals from the Fed or from graze in any place other than reserved for that purpose;
(b) (i) to safeguard public health;
(ii) to prevent the disease from occurring and spreading, to declare what diseases to be notified to the relevant authorities, and to provide for the forceful transfer people with any of the disease to a hospital or place of isolation and to detain and treat them there if, in the opinion of a Health Officer, transfer, detention or the treatment it is necessary either to memperlindungi public health or because the patients are staying home or place would not be sufficient or not suitable for him;
(iii) to organize and enforce preventive quarantine, fighting infections infections of people, places and objects and to allow goods that are infected or who have been exposed to infection seized and detained and to ensure them 56 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 destroyed if, in the opinion of a Health Officer, the destruction was necessary, by paying compensation to the owner of that will be determined through agreement or arbitration;
(iv) to provide a penalty for not giving any information when requested by health officials or because did not submit any evidence documents or other evidence required by health officials for the purpose of detecting the cause and prevent his infection;
(v) to require closed schools or commercial premises suspected to be or may be the cause of infection, and to prohibit an infected person or infected instead or likely to be infected from carry on any trade, business or occupation that would render his ailments;
(vi) to require persons arriving in the local authority area from an infected place, or instead is infected by a disease to be notified to the relevant authorities, with a vessel, ship or air tools other vehicles the infected or infected so, instead reported to health officials and deliver to him any information as may be prescribed;
(c) (i) to provide for checking any article of food or beverages or items for sale;
(ii) to organize, regulate, inspect and supervise the case manufacture, prepare, store, maintain, mail and transporting any article of food or beverages or items for sale;
(iii) to prohibit from brought into local authority areas, rather than owned, sold or offered for sale for the purpose of human food or from run, except for the purpose of destroying, animals, birds, meat or diseased fish or fruits, vegetables or not food products or beverages other foul, bad or do not qualify for human food;
Local government 57 (iv) to allow the seized, and inspected and to ensure destruction, if in the opinion of a Health Officer destruction should, any animals, birds, meat or diseased fish or fruits, vegetables or other foods or drinks that foul, bad or do not qualify for human food;
(v) to provide for holding animals, birds or other food or drinks or ice, pending examination or investigation;
(d) (i) to organize control and the use of markets and buildings, shop, barn, stalls, pens and any other building in it and to prevent nuisance or obstruction therein or at the entrance into it near him;
(ii) for holding tools weigh, measure and standard sekil for use in the market and to prohibit the use of tools in it, weigh or measure which sekil false or flawed;
(iii) to ensure that the market is always clean and perfect and dirt and rubbish removed from it;
(iv) to license or regulate people who sell or offer for sale any goods in the market;
(v) for fixing the costs to be paid for licences for conducting market and for offering goods for sale in it;
(vi) to arrange the day and time the markets can be held;
(vii) to forbid any market held in a local authority area without the permission of the local authority and to set the conditions and restrictions that are subject to him such permission may be granted;
58 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (e) to arrange for the slaughter of animals and to provide for the establishment, control, supervision and inspection of slaughterhouses in the local authority area and for — (i) examining animals before slaughter and also karkasnya;
(ii) hold for attention and treatment of animals brought for slaughter and suspected diseased;
(iii) slaughtering animals brought for slaughter, which are diseased or being skinny or anything else, in the opinion of a Health Officer or veterinary officer not eligible for human food;
(iv) disposal of diseased animal carcass;
(v) mark the carcass of animals slaughtered in slaughterhouses to indicate that the animals were slaughtered in slaughterhouses;
(vi) prohibiting animals slaughtered within the local authority area except in a slaughter house or place of permitted;
(vii) prohibits carried in the local authority area to human foods, except with a permit granted by the local authorities, the flesh of any animal slaughtered outside local authority area;
(viii) allow an authorized officer of local authorities-in during the day or night into any premises where he has reason to believe that any animal is likely to be, are or have been slaughtered in contravention with the provisions of any by-laws;
(f) to organize, supervise and license check, temporary building, booth, desk, television show, gadi, trisikal, strollers and other containers and to seize, destructive or disposes of it if not so licensed;
Local government 59 (g) to organize, oversee and license, hawkers and traders on the street and for fixing the street or area where berjaja or dealing on the street is prohibited;
(h) to organize and control the use of public baths, washing place for ample saloon for public and free washing clothes for the public, established by local authorities;
(i) to organize, examine and license public swimming pool and baths and prohibit or arrange for a bath in any place of open water in the local authority area;
(j) to organize, examine and license the use of a public toilet, jamban, place small bowel and underground public;

(k) to set the conditions for transporting animals, birds or fish, whether dead or alive, and meat, vegetables or fruit in any street or public place;
(l) to prohibit or arrange any way farming, the use of any type of fertilizer or chemical fertilizers or any other means of irrigation that, in the opinion of the local authority, is disturbing or is bring disaster to health; and (m) to prohibit, organize, examine, supervise and to license livestock, and to seize, destroy and dispose of animals, birds or fish in the local authority area.
(2) Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Act, a local authority shall not make, amend or revoke any by-laws in respect of sewage.
Home, etc., dirty 74. Any owner, the residents or tenants of any House, building or land, whether eligible or not occupied by tenan, which let home, building or the land or any part thereof is dirty and not well or covered by plants is glory and harm commits an offence and shall, on conviction, be fined 60 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 not exceeding one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both and liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each one day during the period of the offence continues after conviction.
The power to enter and wash the home or building 75. (1) a Health Officer, or any officer authorized in writing for the purpose of entering and checking all homes and buildings by the local authority, may enter and inspect all homes and buildings at any time and may by an order in writing direct the populace cause within the period specified in the order that all or any part of the House and the building, next to the inside and on the outside , dilepa-colour or rubbed chalk or washable due to reasons of cleanliness and, if necessary, dinyahjangkit and any dirt or trash removed or collected.
(2) if the order is not complied with within the period specified, the population is guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both and liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day after conviction until the order is complied with.
(3) any dwelling house really have its people, that is not a general property, shall not be entered into without giving six hours prior notice to residents that, unless the consent of its people.
Destroying rats 76. (1) If a Health Officer is of the opinion that a premises is diharu by such a lot of rats, birds or other vermin to cause any danger to the health of people in the home or community health, he could deliver the notice to the owner or occupier of the premises the requesting him to take such steps as may be deemed necessary by the local authority to destroy rats, birds or other vermin and to eliminate their breeding areas and places for preventing him from being re-elected.
Local government 61 (2) any owner or occupier who fails to comply with the notice within seven days of its delivery commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both and liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day of work is not carried out after the conviction, and the local authority may take possession of the premises and take such steps as it may deem necessary to carry out the purpose of this section.
Shut down and collapse, etc., of the place of residence is not a net 77. (1) where the health officer has certified in writing that in its opinion a building or any part of a building or anything that is merged with a building used or occupied as a place of residence is not eligible for human and cannot be made eligible for that purpose without the deleted, altered or diruntuhkan all or part of any Blocker , compartments, featured, Gallery, emper, houses or other frame construction or construction or run without any changes or work built frame as determined by him, he may by notice in writing require the owner perform all or any of the following: (a) delete, change or tear down all or some of the other buildings or blocker or obstacles concerned; and (b) carry out any change or work order built as may be necessary to make the premises are entitled to human and to protect them from the dangers of the disease.
(2) the notice shall state the duration of the work to be completed and the period shall not be less than seven days.
(3) if the notice is not complied with, a Magistrate may, on the application of the local authority, make an order requiring the owner of the premises the mandatory to implement all or any of the matters specified in the notice that.
62 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (4) a person who relocate, without permission in writing from real-the local authority, any blocker, construction or constraints removed under subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both and liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day of work is not carried out after the conviction and the local authority may take possession the premises and eliminate blocker, construction or the obstacles.
(5) local authorities may, for the purpose of implementing subsection (1), by notice of the ditampalkan in a conspicuous place on the building, require the owner or its residents, as the case may be, stop occupying the building and removing all articles, furniture and property from the building within forty-eight hours of patching the notice or within such extended period as may be allowed by the local authority.
(6) the owner and every tenan that occupy the building must therefore comply with the requirements of the notice.
(7) any owner or occupier who fails to comply with the requirements of the notice commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars for each day during the period he did not comply with the requirements of the notice.
(8) Notwithstanding subsection (7), when the expiration of forty-eight hours of patching the notice or extended period under subsection (5) that, the local authority may issue all goods, furniture and property from the building.
Occupied houses crowded with 78. A person who allows a home occupied by such crowded to bring disaster or danger to the health of its people guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both and liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day during the period of the offence continues after conviction.
63 local government When the House considered "crowded" 79. For the purposes of this Act, a home must be deemed to be so crowded to danger or harm to the health of its residents if the House or any room in it found occupied more than one adult for every three hundred fifty feet of luang in the net and in the computation of the every person over the age of ten years shall be deemed to be an adult and two children aged not more than ten years shall be counted as an adult.
Nuisance be eliminated 80. Local authorities should take measures to discontinue, destroy and eliminate all the nuisance of a public nature in the area of the local authority at a public or private premises and may take legal action against someone who commits any nuisance to delete it and also to obtain damages.
Nuisance which acts directly obtainable upon him under this Act 81. For the purposes of this Act, action can be taken directly under this act upon the following matters: (a) any premises or any part thereof from a building or in a situation that can be a nuisance;
(b) any animals stored in a place or a way or with such large numbers to be a nuisance;
(c) any stacks or place where a nuisance or is likely to become a place of breeding for mosquitoes or flies or any vermin;
(d) any factory, workshop or workplace so crowded during work carried out to be a nuisance;
(e) any huts or sheds, whether used as a place of residence or as stables or for any other purpose, which is a nuisance, 64 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 by reason of the manner in which the accumulated hut or barn or the absence of drainage or not praktiknya carried out clearing roads or by any other reason;

(f) any waste or drain the water thereof used or may be used by human beings for the purpose of drinks or household or for the manufacture of beverages for human use and that was so dirty to become or may become a nuisance;
(g) any tanks, wells, waste, watercourses, drainage or swamp land that bring disaster to health or to cause any disturbance to the surrounding area or which may become a breeding place for mosquitoes;
(h) any place or furnace and fire any chimney or smoke producing something else can be burned but not yet exhausted burns with so much to be a nuisance;
(i) any land mines, mines sand brick or any other type of disaster impacts korokan to health or nuisance to surrounding areas or used for any purpose that may become a nuisance;
(j) any dust or effluvia that is caused by any trade, business, or manufacturing process is prejudicial to health or a nuisance to surrounding areas; and (k) any other thing declared by the State authority as a nuisance.
The notice requires nuisance eliminated 82. (1) on receipt of an information concerning the existence of a nuisance that action can be taken directly upon him under this Act, the local authority shall, if satisfied as to the existence of a nuisance, serve a notice to the person who has caused the nuisance arises, either through his actions, kemungkirannya do something or because he has let it happen or, if such person cannot be found , to the residents or the owner of the premises 65 local government where there is degradation, requires it eliminate the nuisance within the period specified in the notice and carry out any work and do any thing as may be necessary for that purpose and, if deemed necessary by the local authority, stating any works to be carried out.
(2) the local authority may also, with the same or with a notice other communicated to residents, the owner or the person, requires residents, the owner or the person doing what is necessary to prevent the nuisance from happening again and, if deemed necessary by the local authority, stating any works to be carried out for the purpose, and can deliver the notice even though the nuisance it may have been deleted at that time if local authorities think nuisance that may occur again in the premises.
(3) if the nuisance arising from defects or the absence of an application framework built or if the premises not occupied, the notice shall be served upon the owner.
(4) if the person causing the nuisance could not be found the local authority itself may eliminate the nuisance and can claim the expenses thereof from the owner.
(5) where a notice has been served on a person and such person fails to comply with any of the requirements of the notice within the time specified, the person guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both and in addition the Magistrates ' Court may issue an order of nuisance.
(6) an order of nuisance can be an order of removal or an order of closure or a combination of both.
(7) an order requiring a person to comply with the removal of all or any of the requirements of the notice, or eliminate the nuisance within the period specified in the order.
66 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (8) an order elimination shall state the work to be carried out by that person for the purpose of removing nuisance that.
(9) an order prohibiting closure of a residential house from used for human and shall be revoked on application to the local authority when the residence was made eligible for the human.
(10) a person who fails to comply with an order of nuisance provisions commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day for the duration of the provisions of the order of the nuisance is not complied with.
(11) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (5) and subsection (10) the local authority itself may eliminate the nuisance and can demand all expenses about it from people who do not eliminate the nuisance.
(12) where a closure order has been made in respect of a dwelling house, the local authority shall serve a copy of the order to every residents of the dwelling house and if the population fails to comply with the order, the local authority may, with the help of police, evict the residents of the dwellings.
(13) a notice of an order, deletion and closing an order under this section shall be made in the respective form B, form C and form D of the first schedule to this Act.
Order to tear down the houses are not eligible for residence of 83. (1) where a closure order has been made in respect of a dwelling house and local authorities are of the opinion that if the dwelling house still exists it will bring harm or disaster to public health or the neighbouring residential population, local authorities can make a complaint to the magistrate's Court, and the Court, after hearing the complaint, may make an order directly over the owner of the residential house that houses the diruntuhkan within the period specified in the order.
Local government 67 (2) a person who fails to comply with a direct order is guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day during the period of direct command is not complied with.
(3) If a person fails to comply with the provisions of an order directly, local authorities can carry out the order and can demand the cost for the work of the owner of the residence in question.
The power to take action if the reason for nuisance arising outside local authority area 84. If a nuisance in, or affecting any part of, an area local authorities found caused all or in part by an act or default done or is being done outside the local authority, the local authority may take, or cause to be taken, against any person on the Act or default of that, any act relating to nuisance, permitted by this Act in similar cases and with the load and the same consequences as if the Act or breach of It is done or happens all in the local authority area.
Part X FIRE 85-93. (Cut by the Act 341).
PART XI PLACES of BURIAL, burning the BODY and REMOVE the BODY FROM the GRAVE can hold local authority cemeteries and places of burning corpses and issuing license for her 94. (1) a local authority may call an ideal place in or outside the local authority for use as a cemetery or place of burning the body and shall make appropriate provision for menyenggaranya.
68 the laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (2) a local authority may, in its absolute discretion, issue a license allows other places in local authority areas that used to be buried or burnt corpses.
(3) every licence for the use of a place as a burial ground or burn dead body shall be issued to the registered owner for the place with which the licence is issued.
Penalties for illegal burial law 95. (1) except as provided in subsection 94 (3), a person buried or burn the body or cause, procure and let buried or cremated a dead body or parts from a dead body or provide a place to be used for buried or burning a dead body in or upon any place, which is not a graveyard or burn the body assigned by local authorities under subsection 94 (1) or is not a cemetery or place of burning corpses that are licensed under subsection 94 (2), or in or upon any cemetery or place of burning corpses that have been closed by order of the local authorities under section 96 commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both, and the Court may, by a written order that sealed with the seal, direct that person within the period specified in the order — (a) to move the body or parts of the body with which errors It was conducted from the place where it was buried or burned to a cemetery or place of burning corpses held or licensed by the local authority under this Act; and (b) to remove any frame building erected in contravention with this section and restore the land to its original condition.
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(2) any person who refuses or negligence pursuant to the order is guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both and an additional fine not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day during the period of the offence is continued after conviction and the Court may order that the order is carried out by the local authority at the expense of the person.
Power to close the cemetery and place of burning the body of 96. If at any time the local authorities are of the opinion that — (a) a cemetery or burial place or a place that used to burn the body is in a situation which may be harmful to the health of people living in the surrounding area; or (b) the cemetery or place of burial or burning a corpse or any part thereof — (i) harmful or bad or is not eligible to be used as a cemetery or place burn corpses;
(ii) can no longer be used for buried or burnt corpses of the dead without danger to public health; or (iii) use in contravention with the license terms, the local authority may order the cemetery or place of burial or burning a corpse or any part thereof is closed or may cancel his/her license, as the case may be, and after than that unlawful use such as a place for buried or burnt corpses.
70 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 Excavations body 97. (1) No person shall dig a dead body or a part of a body from the grave in the local authority area unless — (a) by order of the magistrate's Court for the purposes of judicial investigations; or (b) under a licence granted by the local authorities allow corpse dug from the grave and after paid fee set by the local authority with the approval of the State authority: provided that no license shall be granted under paragraph (b) — (i) if the deaths were caused by infectious diseases as defined in any law relating to quarantine and disease prevention; or (ii) in respect of a body that has been buried for less than five years, unless the authority is satisfied that there are special reasons for requiring the corpse removed from the grave.
(2) a person digging from the grave or cause dug from the grave or membenar dug from the grave of a dead body or a part of a body was contrary to this section or a person who is careless or fails to comply with any prescribed monitoring as a condition of licence to dig the body from the grave or who fails to comply with any reasonable instructions issued to him by a local authority for the purposes of the prevention of threats to public health commits an offence and can be , on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.
Power to make by-laws 98. Local authorities can make by-laws for checking and controlling the cemetery and place of burning corpses in and outside local authority area held by local authorities under the local government 71 subsection 94 (1) and on the inside, long and its width graves and burial places in it and in General to carry out this Act in relation to all matters associated with the good condition of the cemetery and place of burning the body with focus on the prevalence of each religious community.
Keeping 99. (1) the owner, the trustee or the person in charge of every cemetery and free burning body shall keep or cause to be kept a register in which shall be entered the name, gender, age, religion, place of residence and, as far as possible, the cause of death of every person here mortal remains brought to the cemetery or place burning corpse and should allow local authority or any officer duly appointed by it check it and make a copy of the register or extract therefrom.
(2) a person who, as the owner, the trustee or the person in charge of any cemetery or place of burning corpses — (a) did not register the particulars of the above about someone/here mortal remains brought to there;
(b) does not show express to the local authority or an officer duly appointed;
(c) prohibit the copy or extract is made; or (d) forging express it, commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or to both.
Other written laws not apply 100. When the commencement of this Act, the provisions of any written law relating to burial shall cease to have effect in any of the local authority area or with respect to any cemetery or place of burning corpses held outside any local authority area under subsection 94 (1).
72 the laws of Malaysia ACT 171 PART XII EXTRA POWER for LOCAL AUTHORITIES local authorities extra power 101. (1) in addition to any other powers granted to a local authority by this Act or by any other written law, something local authorities have the power to do all or any of the following matters, namely: (a) establish, maintain and preserve the building as required for the purposes of the local authorities and to shelter local authority staff;
(b) planting, crop or remove trees;
(c) (i) build, maintain, oversee and control the public garden, flower garden, the Esplanade, recreational parks, playgrounds, children's playground, outdoor, leisure, swimming pool, stadium, Aquarium, a gym, Community Center and food;
(ii) lease, rent, acquire, organize, promote, equip, maintenance and plant a tree in the land for the purpose of being used as a public park, flower garden, the Esplanade, recreational parks, playgrounds, children's playground, outdoor, leisure, swimming pool, stadium, Aquarium, gym and community centre and erect on it any Pavilion, recreation room or rooms of food or other building;
(iii) bear the maintenance or to contribute to maintaining public liability, Orchard Park, Esplanade, recreational parks, playgrounds, children's playground, outdoor, leisure, swimming pool, stadium, Aquarium, a gym, Community Center and charitable organizations or institutions, religion, education, social or welfare;
Local government 73 (iv) maintain or contribute to the maintenance of buildings or historic sites and acquire any land, along with the building or not, for the purposes of or in connection with the holding of the public garden, Orchard, Esplanade, recreational parks, playgrounds, children's playground, outdoor, leisure, swimming pool, stadium, Aquarium, gym and community centre or for the purpose of or in connection with the maintenance of buildings or historic sites;
(d) carry out work that give any general benefits to the residents of local authority areas;
(e) organize and build a field or open areas that belong to the local authority pursuant to a scheme or architectural ornaments including erect statues, showers or other build framework;
(f) establish, erect and maintain the monuments and public monument and give and receive grant money for set up and menyenggaranya;
(g) to establish, acquire, mendiri, build, maintain, help, promote, regulate and give and receive grant monies in respect of — (i) library, community living and public museum;
(ii) the garden flowers, Garden pet and Aquarium, inside or outside the range of local authority areas: provided that local authorities may decide that the management and control arrangements in General, any institution that established or acquired by the local authority shall be vested in and exercised by the person appointed by the local authority in that behalf from time to time whether they are the members of local authorities or not;
(h) organize, establish, maintain, control, rent and contribute to the team bands to provide music game and 74 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 drama in public places and at the Festival of local authorities or public celebrations generally ceremony and to convene a public entertainment in the place and at the celebration;
(i) grant, erect and maintain public weighing machine and supervise and control tool weights and measures;
(j) to Institute, erect, maintain, oversee and control the water works, public baths, bath, place cleaner clothes and a place to wash, shower, drink, tanks and wells;
(k) to enter into arrangements to provide lights in public highways and in public areas;
(l) to Institute and maintain the ambulance services;
(m) acquire, establish, erect, maintain and control whether on its own or in association with any body or other authority, public clinics and dispensaries within or outside local authority areas, and to set costs for treatment in it;

(n) establish, erect and maintain animal hospital;
(o) hold, acquire, maintain and carry out public transport services inside or outside local authority areas, subject to the provisions of any law relating to road traffic;
(p) (i) erect and maintain stores and residential houses and flats and sell, rent or otherwise disposes of it;
(ii) change of use of buildings and modify, expand, repair and develop the building;
(iii) provide advance money for the purpose of allowing residents in local authority areas and officers and employees of local authorities acquire or establish residential houses, shop houses, flats or local government building 75 industrial or trade and get back the advance and the interest by way of instalments or as arranged by local authorities according to budicaranya, within and outside local authority area;
(q) acquire, develop and maintain the land for the purpose of industrial estate and disposal;
(r) sell, lease or otherwise dispose of any property, movable or immovable property of local authorities: provided that — (i) no such sale or other alienation of immovable property can occur without the consent of the State authority;
(ii) all moneys received by the local authorities from the sale or other alienation of property shall be credited to the local authorities;
(s) acquire, purchase or take on lease any land, or any property, rights or other interest in or outside local authority areas that are necessary for the purposes of this Act;
(t) providing and maintaining either within or outside the local authority housing accommodation, including a rest home for new patients get well or holiday houses, clubs and playgrounds to officers and employees of local authorities;
(u) provide financial assistance or other assistance to members of the Council, officers, employees and others to follow courses of study and practical training in approved upon such terms and conditions as may be determined by local authorities to impose;
(v) do all things necessary for or useful to the safety, health and comfort of the public;
76 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (w) pay such salaries, allowances and compensation and pay any carum to any Old Bekal Fund or Provident Fund;
(x) provision of loans to officers and employees for the purpose of purchasing a motor car or bike on such conditions as may be approved by the local authority;
(y) pay to the Council Members, officers and employees on duty or for attending meetings, conferences and seminars organized for local government administration, travel allowances and other expenses of living allowance in accordance with any such rate as the local authorities from time to time;
(z) to pay the medical expenses incurred by any Council Member, officer or employee;
(aa) advertise and mempublisitikan interesting thing, facilities and advantageous in the local authority area and in the surrounding area and contribute to and receive grants and donations for the purpose of promoting tourism;
(bb) (i) subject to the electricity supply Act 1990 [Act 447], set up, acquire, construct, equip and carry out, in or outside local authority areas, the work for supply to its residents light, heat and power and provide electricity for all purposes that electricity can be used or in respect of any land, building or premises within the local authority area;
(ii) the supply of electricity to anyone doing business or living outside the local authority;
(iii) enter into contracts with local authorities for any area adjoining to it to supply electric power to the local authority on such terms and conditions as may be agreed;
Local Government (iv) 77 selling online, partner, aircraft and electrical appliances to consumers;
(cc) requiring the owner or occupier of any premises commits any of the following acts: (i) delete, lowering or cropping is carried out to the satisfaction of the local authority, any trees, shrubs, or pepagar that organizes to any road or highway or in any way interfere with traffic on any road or highway or disturbing any wire or local authority or a , in the opinion of the local authority, may endanger the safety or convenience of the public and in the event of any private premises trees toppling over horizontally any road or highway, the local authority can delete a tree fell down and expenses incurred shall be charged on the owner or occupier of the premises and demanded from it;
(ii) delete any fences or frame build bad adjoining with any public areas, and if the owner or occupier fails to comply with any of the request, any authorized officer the local authority may take possession of the premises and to carry out any work that and section 115 shall be applicable with regard to expenses incurred for doing so;
(dd) make any contract with any other local authority or with any person to perform or carry out further outside the local authority any work or undertaking that the local authority is authorised to carry out;
(ee) subject to the agreement of the relevant authorities, and to the provisions of any law relating to the rights of water, divert, orient his, determining and channel direction any streams, channel or watercourse after giving notice and pay compensation to any owner or occupier of the land, and to any person who is entitled to 78 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 to such rights or isemen associated with the adjoining land with rivers or watercourses that : provided that in determining the amount of a compensation due attention shall be given to the value of naikan or additional, immediate or expected, that may accrue to the land by virtue of the implementation of the purposes of the said or any of the purpose and amount of the compensation shall, if in the absence of any agreement reached, is determined by way of arbitration;
(ff) do all things necessary to carry out all the provisions thereof or in respect of which the local authority is authorized from time to time make by-laws, standing orders, rules and regulations, and to enforce all laws, orders and regulations thereof;
(gg) to carry out any development, whether by himself or by any other local authority or person for any undertaking of housing, commercial, industrial or other undertaking as determined by the local authority; and (hh) do all expenses necessary for civic celebrations that are allowed by local authorities or to carry out any of the purposes of this Act or any purpose not provided for in this Act which are designated by local authorities as a purpose, which is calculated can facilitate or beneficial to or incidental to the exercise by the local authority are powers and duties under this Act.
PART XIII by-laws General Power to make laws, 102. Other than the power to make by-laws given expressly or impliedly to the local authorities by any other provisions of this Act, every local government party 79 local authorities may from time to time make, amend and cancel the by-laws on all matters as are necessary or desirable to maintain health, safety and kesentosaan residents or to safeguard and good stewardship of local authority areas and in particular on all or any of the following purposes : (a) arrange for the form in which all estimate, budget, statement of accounts, statements or other local authority to be made and kept;
(b) arrange it repair, clean, membasahkan or install lights at highway, roads, avenues and bridges;
(c) organize, license, restrict, prohibit or eliminate ad exhibition;
(d) arrange it for planting, maintaining and getting rid of trees, flowers and shrubs in public areas;
(e) provide for the protection from damage or disruption of any work or local authority property located or in, under or over any public or private place in the local authority area;
(f) provide for the establishment, regulation and management of any public park, road wander, recreational parks and pleasure, Orchard, swimming pool, Lake, stadium, place or historic buildings, public libraries, art gallery paintings, museums, theatre, restaurant, Hall, room Assembly, flower garden or stars, or aquarium;
(g) arrange in the local authority area landing and temporary storage of goods at the base, the pier and the public, which is connected with any port, or any water related to it and set the fees to be charged for the temporary storage;
(h) arrange for any public sales held in any public place;
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(i) determine the route or area in any shop, warehouses, factories or business premises cannot be built, or in any trade, business or occupation specified cannot be established or carried on;
(j) organize, to license, supervise, restrict or prohibit game tools music, singing or acting, which was held for the purpose of profit, in any public place;
(k) arranging maintenance, distribution and use of any light create so, gas or other energy supplied by local authorities;
(l) provide for the establishment, maintenance, regulation and control of public transport services and set the fares to be charged;
(m) to organise the team fire and provide for conditions of service, administration and discipline all its members;
(n) (i) organize, oversee and license trishaw and gadi and set the rate or fare, either by distance or time within or outside local authority area to be charged for the service, the number of passengers and weight, size and type of load to be carried and the manner of its construction;
(ii) prescribing the eligibility standards in terms of health and physical training and standards of efficiency for paddling, driver or a rickshaw rickshaws or gadi, as the case may be;
(o) provide for license bicycles and trisikal;
(p) provide for set up, organize, examine and license entertainment venues, public recreation or public places, and make regulations on things in and out of the place and to hold enough car park adjoining thereto or a reasonable close to it;
(q) prohibiting, restricting or arrange transportation and mining stone, chalk, clay, sand or other material in any premises and the burning of lime and brick manufacturing;
Local government 81 (r) prohibit, restrict or make use of any land as a pool for preserving or breed fish;
(s) control and supervise, with registration, licensing or otherwise, including in circumstances appropriate to prohibit a trade, business or industrial type of harmful or that may be a cause of nuisance to the general public or a class of the public;
(t) provide for an offence under this Act and under any by-laws that can be compounded by local authorities, people who can compound, limit the amount of money to be collected by local authorities to compound the offence and events and the form to be obeyed for compound that offence; and (u) as far as not included in any other paragraph, provide for all things event and other required or authorised by this Act so that the set, or as are necessary or appropriate for prescribed to exercise or enforce the provisions of this Act.
By-laws, etc., can set the fees and charges 102A. A by-law, rules or regulations made by the local authority may fix fees and charges for any matter or thing required or authorised so to do it.
The by-laws shall be authenticated by the State authority 103. Every by-law, rule or regulation shall not have effect until it is confirmed by the State authority and published in the Gazette.
82 the laws of Malaysia ACT 171 Penalties for violating the by-law 104. A local authority may, by by-law, rule or regulation, set to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or both for the breach of any by-laws, rules and regulations and, concerning an offence continued it can fix a sum of money not exceeding two hundred dollars for each day during the period of the offence continues after conviction.
Power to require the applicant to pay the deposits permits 105. If the local authority is empowered to make by-laws prohibit any act than done, provide restrictions and regulations about it do any acts and by-laws that require a person to obtain a permit from a certain authority before an act is done, any by-laws that could provide require a sum of money paid as a deposit or a bond executed together with or without accompanying guarantor with any amount of money as prescribed in the by-laws the total funds shall be returned or the bond was void, as the case may be, if the person granted permits that comply with all conditions of the permit.
Publication of by-laws, rules or regulations in the Gazette shall be notice 106. Publication in the Gazette of any by-laws, rules or regulations be enough notice of the by-laws, rules or regulations, and about his confirmation that sewajar by the State authority.
SECTION XIV A VARIETY Of Licences 107. (1) in giving a licence or permit, something local authorities can set the fee for the licence or permit and charges for checking or supervising any trade, occupation or premises with which the license given.
Local government 83 (1A) any licence or permit granted under this Act shall be issued in association with any other license or permit.
(2) every licence or permit be given subject to such conditions and restrictions as he thinks fit by local authorities and may be cancelled by local authorities at any time without giving any reason.
(2A) the cancellation of any licence or permit certain issued in association with any other license or permit under subsection (1A) shall not affect the validity of any licence or other permit issued in association with it.
(3) local authorities may, in its discretion, refuse to grant or renew a licence without giving any reason.
(4) a licence valid for a period not more than three years.
(5) every person who has been granted a licence shall display the licensed at all times in a conspicuous place in the licensed premises and shall submit the license if required to do so by any local authorities officers authorized requesting the license is presented.
(6) a person shall not exhibit or produce such licence under subsection (5) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
(7) for the purposes of subsection (5) or (6) any reference to the word "license" shall include a copy of the certified legal.
(8) the certificate of any licence as a valid copy must be made by the President, the Secretary or any officer authorized by the President in writing.
84 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 notices, etc.
108. (1) the notice, order, warrant, licence, receipts and other documents of its kind can by printed or partly in writing and partly with printed.
(2) delivery of a document to a person shall be made — (a) by delivering it to the person or by delivering it at the place of his residence last known to a member of his family who are adults;
(b) by leaving it at the place of residence or business of the person or the last known in an envelope addressed to the person; or (c) by sending it by post in a letter already settled costs posnya addressed to that person at the place of residence or business or the last known.
(3) a document required to be served upon the owner or occupier of any premises shall be deemed to be duly addressed if addressed on the description of "owner" or "residents" of the premises without further description or name and may be served by delivering it to an adult the premises or, if no person adult the premises to which the document reasonable submitted, with menampalkannya in a conspicuous place in the premises.
Default to comply with the notice or order 109. If, a notice or an order requiring the owner or occupier of a premises to commit an act or carry out work within the period specified in the notice or the order and the owner or occupier fails to comply with the requirements of the notice or the order, the owner or occupier is guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, if there are any penalty provided for the offence, to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
Local government the power to enter premises 85 110. An officer of a local authority in writing accordingly can at all reasonable time, enter any premises in the local authority area for the purpose of exercising any power of inspection, investigation or to carry out work, which are given to a local authority.
Officer may ask for the name and address given 111. (1) residents of any premises in the local authority area shall, if required by any officer of a local authority, provide your name and identity card number and name and address of the owner of the premises, if known.

(2) a person who refuses to give or deliberately misstated the name and identity card number or the name and address of the owner of the premises commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
Penalties for preventing a councilman and other 112. A person who at any time prevent, disrupt or attack the Mayor of Kuala Lumpur or Mayor or President, Councillor, officer or employee of a local authority in exercise and perform its duties or removing any sign placed for the purpose of marking a level or instructions necessary to carry out work, commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
Get cost 113. If the owner of any premises not to carry out the works required in order to be carried out by him, the residents of the premises may, with the approval of local authorities, resulting in the work carried out and expenses thereof shall be paid to the owner by the residents or the amount of expenses that can be deducted from the rent payable by the residents from time to time to the owner and the inhabitants 86 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 can , if there are any special agreement on the other hand, owns the premises until the expenses have been paid in full to him.
Expenses and costs payable by the owner of 114. (1) any sums payable by or can be obtained from the owner of expense and cost have been made by local authorities in the exercise of any work shall, subject to and without prejudice to the right of the State, became a liability to the first premises of which expenses and the cost of it was committed.
(2) in addition to any other remedies provided by this Act any amount that can be obtained with the road and in the same way as an arrears rate.
(3) liability is imposed, and powers and remedies that can be carried out, starting from the date of completion of the work and then from that authority and remedies that may be exercised against the premises or against any movable property or crops for the time being there is it, regardless of the changes that have taken place about the ownership or occupation of the premises after the date thereof.
Get the expense or cost of people who do not carry out 115. If the local authorities have done an expense or cost in carrying out any work, it can get expense or cost of that than people who do not carry out the work and, if that person is not the owner of the premises, the owner of the premises in the manner provided under section 114.
Get charge for local authority service 116. (1) all moneys payable to something local authorities for local authority service from the owner or occupier of the premises with which the service has been given, either of both in association or separate: provided that — (a) the owner shall be entitled, in the absence of any agreement to the contrary, getting the population of the premises that any charges paid by him about the occupation by the population; and local government 87 (b) of the population is entitled to deduct from any rent or other amounts due from him to the owner of the premises of any part of the charges paid by him or that has been obtained from it, namely that the owner is not entitled to pay him requires it.
(2) a local authority may impose and get interest on the unpaid charges for services by a rate of not more than one per cent per month or part of a month.
Earn money by instalments 117. (1) where any sum of money payable by a person to the local authority for any purpose under this Act, the State authority may allow the person to pay such amounts of money by instalments with the charged interest thereon in accordance with any such rate is determined by the State authority.
(2) if any instalment or interest is not paid on the due date for payment thereof, the whole balance of the amount outstanding, as well as flower bertunggakan is immediately due and payable and, regardless of the changes that have taken place about the ownership or occupation of the premises, can be retrieved with the road and in the same way as an arrears rate.
Compensation, damages and cost shall be decided by a Court of competent authority eligible to 118. If compensation, damages, cost or expense is disputed, the amounts and, where necessary, its distribution and any question of liability shall be determined and resolved directly by any court having competent jurisdiction.
Penalties am 119. Every person who is guilty of an offence against this Act or of any by-laws, rules or regulations there any penalty expressly provided therefor shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.
88 the laws of Malaysia ACT 171 local authorities may direct the prosecution 120. (1) the local authority may direct any prosecution for any offence under this Act or under any by-laws, rules or regulations and shall pay any expenses incurred in the prosecution.
(2) any barrister and solicitor duly authorized in writing by the local authority or any officer of the local authority may conduct any prosecution that.
The power of arrest 121. (1) any local authority officials authorized by the local authorities or any police officer may arrest without warrant a person committing in his presence or she trust reliably has committed an offence under this Act or under any by-laws, rules or regulations — (a) if the name or address of that person is unknown by him and that person refuses to give the name and his address; or (b) if there is a reason for doubting that the exact name or address.
(2) any person arrested under this section shall be detained and shall be brought before a Magistrate within twenty-four hours unless the name and address can be determined in advance of that.
Book of local authorities is prima facie evidence of the amount of money due from 122. Books and express something local authorities and any extract therefrom, certified by the Secretary or any other officer authorized in that behalf by local authorities constitute prima facie evidence of the amount due in any of the trial in order to obtain payment of any fee, or charge payable under this Act or under any by-law , rules or regulations.
Local Government Liabilities 89 guilt and legacy 123. For the purposes of any prosecution on an offence under this Act or under any by-laws, rules or regulations — (a) If an agent or employee while performing his work do or not do an act which, if done or omitted by the principal or his employer would be an offence, agent or employee is guilty of the offence, and the principal or employer and any person who at the time the Act is done or not done that take care of the arrangements with which the Act has been dilaku or not done is also committed such offence unless the principal or employer or other person, as the case may be, to prove to the satisfaction of the Court that he had, by giving attention to all the circumstances, take all reasonable measures and surveillance in order to avoid the Act of done or of not done;
(b) If an offence has been committed by any body corporate, any person who at the time of the offence committed was a Director, General Manager, the Secretary or any other officer of the body corporate that kind or purporting to act in any Office shall be deemed to be guilty of such offence unless he proves that it was committed without agreed or is left by him and that by paying attention to the type of job in the post and to all the circumstances he has taken all necessary measures and surveillance to prevent the occurrence of the offence.
Public authorities Protection Act 1948 124. Public authorities Protection Act 1948 [Act 198] shall apply to any action, suit, prosecution or proceeding to any local authority or against any Council Member, officer, employee or agent of any local authority regarding any act, negligence or default made or done.
90 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 Protection for members of the Council, officers and employees of own liabilities

125. (1) There are no any matter or thing done and there are no any contract made by the Mayor of Kuala Lumpur or by the Mayor or President, Councillor, officer or employee of the local authority or by any person acting under the direction of a local authority can make it own subject to any action, liability, claim or demand, if the thing or the thing has been done or the contract has been made bona fide for the purpose of carrying out this Act or any other law a small, rules or regulations.
(2) any expenses incurred by the Mayor of Kuala Lumpur, Mayor or President, Councillor, officer or employee or person under subsection (1) shall be borne and paid from the funds of the local authorities.
Officers are public servants 126. Mayor of Kuala Lumpur, Mayor or President, Councillor, officer or employee from every type of position shall be deemed to be public servants within the meaning of the Penal Code [Act 574].
SECTION XV of the RATES and VALUATION authority to impose a rate of 127. Local authorities may, with the approval of the State authority, from time to time as it deems necessary, impose either independently or as a consolidated rate, rate or annual rates in a local authority area for the purposes of this Act or for any other purpose which is the duty of the local authority do it under any other written law.
Local government supplemental Rate 91 128. In addition to the rates referred to in section 127, the local authority can in a way similar to impose a drainage rate in accordance with section 132.
Dividing the spaces and holding for the purpose of rate of 129. For the purposes of this section, the local authority may divide the area into two sections or more and can, about the part or parts of the separate parts, impose such rate or rates as he thinks fit and proper and local authorities may in addition impose in part or parts that a different rates according to the actual use of the holding or part of the holding.
Basic assessment rate of 130. (1) at such rate or rates imposed under this part may be assessed on the value of holding annual added value or for holding as may be prescribed by the State authority.
(2) where a rate or rates are assessed on the value of holding annual rate or rates shall not be more than — (a) thirty-five percent of the annual value, that is about the rate imposed under section 127;
(b) (Cut by the Act A865);
(c) five per cent of the annual value, that is about the rate imposed under section 132.
(3) where a rate or rates are assessed on the value added of shareholdings, the rate or rates shall not be more than — (a) five percent of added value, that is about the rate imposed under section 127;
(b) (Cut by the Act A865);
(c) one percent of added value, that is about the rate imposed under section 132.
92 the laws of Malaysia ACT 171 131. (Struck by Act A865).
The drainage rate of 132. Drainage rates may be charged to cover the cost of construction of a drainage system.
Perpetuity period the rate of 133. The rate referred to in section 127 and section 128 should be continued for a period not exceeding twelve months and shall be payable every half-yearly in advance by the owner of the holding the Office of the local authority or elsewhere specified in January and July and shall be assessed and levied in the manner provided herein hereinafter.
Exemption from rates of 134. When a holding or any part thereof used exclusively — (a) as a public place for prayer;
(b) as a cemetery or licensed public body burning;
(c) for public schools;
(d) as a public place for charitable purposes or for the purposes of science, literature or the fine arts, and not for the benefit of money, the State authority may, in its discretion, exclude the holding or any part of the stake from the payment of such rates.
Exemption or reduction of the rate of 135. When a holding or a part thereof is used solely for the purpose of recreation, social or welfare, and not for profit money the State authority may, in its discretion, exclude the holding or part of the holding of the payment of all or any of the rate or reduce any rates imposed on the holding or part of the holding.
Local government 93 minimum payable 136. If the rates are applicable on a stake is less than five dollars a year, there are no such rates payable.
Provides A List Of Value 137. (1) the local authority shall cause a valuation list for all holdings that are not exempt from the payment of rates provided contains — (a) the name of the street or the place where the holding is located;
(b) description the stake either by name or number to know him;
(c) the name of the owner and its residents, if known;
(d) the annual value or added value the holdings.
(2) the valuation list together with the amendment made under section 144 shall continue to again force until it is replaced by a new valuation list.
(3) a new valuation list containing the same details as in subsection (1) shall be prepared and completed once every five years or the period extended as determined by the State authority.
About if the name of the owner is unknown to 138. If the name of the owner or occupier is not known memadailah describes the owner or occupier in the valuation list and in any action to claim such rates as "owner" or "population" of holding the rate assessed without additional descriptions.
Evaluation of joint or separate 139. Officers of the Assessor may, in its discretion, assess a freehold or leasehold-shareholdings jointly or separately.
94 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 Statement may be required to 140. (1) to allow local authorities in assessing the value of his holding to be assessed, the local authority may require the owner or its people give a statement on breadth, seat, quality, use and sewanya and provide all the information necessary to prepare the valuation list or for the purposes of the assessment, and for the purposes of similar local authority or a person appointed by him for that purpose can be , at any time enter and inspect and, if necessary, measure it.
(2) a person who — (a) refuses to or does not provide the information or statements within two weeks of date received notice requires it to do so;
(b) knowingly make a false or incorrect statement or giving a false or incorrect information;
(c) the number, obstruct or hold a local authority or a person appointed by him from entering, check or measure any such holding, shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
Notice of a new valuation list shall be published 141. (1) where a valuation list has been prepared or received as well as apply under section 137 local authorities shall give notice thereof and of the place where the Valuation List may be inspected or certified copy thereof in the Gazette and through advertising in two local newspapers at least one of which is in the national language.
(2) a person who is admitted as either the owner or occupier of a holding which is included in the valuation list or as an agent of any person may examine the valuation list and make extracts therefrom without payment.
Local government 95 (3) the local authority shall give notice in the same way on the day which is not less than forty-two days from the date of the notification in the Gazette when local authorities will act check valuation list and about all the things in which beliefs are first evaluated or valuation it has increased, the local authority shall also give notice to the owner or the people.
Object to 142. (1) any person aggrieved on any of the following reasons: (a) that beliefs for which he charged a rate of measured value is more than the taxable rate;
(b) that beliefs which is assessed is the holding shall not be applicable;
(c) that someone or something holding should be included in the valuation list is omitted therefrom;
(d) that a stake is valued less than the taxable value of rates; or (e) that a hold or a hold-holding was assessed in association or separate should be evaluated in other, shall make the objection in writing to the local authority at any time not less than fourteen days before the time set to check the valuation list.
(2) all objections must be investigated and those who make it should be given an opportunity to be heard in the investigation is whether they personally or by an authorized agent.
Confirm the new valuation list

143. (1) On or before 31 December in the year immediately before the year in which a valuation list will come into operation, the local authority shall, with the approval of the State authority, confirming the valuation list or 96 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 without any amendment or change and List the valuation that authenticated shall be deemed to be the Valuation List until such time it is replaced with a list of other Valuation.
(2) certified valuation list referred to in subsection (1) shall be kept at the Office of the local authority and shall be open there for public inspection during office hours by all owners and residents hold contained therein, and a notice that it was open for inspection stating such checkpoints shall be published immediately.
(3) local authorities shall not be required to hear and determine all objection to valuation list before confirming the valuation list in accordance with subsection (1), and if an objection is not heard and decided before the valuation list confirmed the protest shall be heard and determined as soon as then from him and with the same consequences as if the protests were heard and decided before the valuation list has been authenticated , and until the objection has been heard and decided an increase of valuation or the new assessment which objected to shall never be deemed to be in force and the old rate must still be paid.
Amendment to the valuation list 144. (1) where by reason of — (a) errors, fraud or name someone alpa or details of the name of the holding should have been included in or omitted from the valuation list has left from or included in the valuation list, as the case may be, or a holding has been measured with insufficient or with excessive or for any other reason whatsoever, something proportional was not included in the valuation list;
(b) any building erected, modified, altered, or reconstructed, diruntuhkan or other progress made on a proportional, its value was increased;
Local government 97 (c) any building or part of a building diruntuhkan or any other work carried out on the holding, its value has been revealed;
(d) any holding has been included in a valuation and Valuers in the opinion of the Officer should have been evaluated separately or otherwise;
(e) issued any new ownership of a holding;
(f) any changes to the holding by reason of any law in relation to planning, which resulted in the holding value up or down, officer Assessor may at any time amend the valuation list accordingly and rates shall be payable on the holding in question in accordance with such revised valuation list.
(2) the notice shall be given to all those wrong-to do with amendment of the time are made, not less than thirty days from the date the notice is served.
(3) any person aggrieved by the amendment to the valuation list for any of the reasons specified in section 142 may make an objection in writing to the local authority not less than ten days before the time specified in the notice and shall be given an opportunity to be heard personally or by someone authorized agent.
(4) any amendment made under this section may, in the discretion of the local authorities, pay attention to the level of the annual values or value added available as on or about at the time the current valuation list has been prepared.
(5) any amendment made in the valuation list in accordance with this section shall be confirmed by local authorities.
98 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (6) if due to an alteration of the valuation list rates payable on a holding be increased, reduced or deleted, then the new rate shall be payable, or the rates shall cease to be payable from, starting from the beginning of the following year and a half after only thereof or an earlier date in accordance with as determined by the local authorities.
Appeal 145. (1) where a person has made an objection in the manner prescribed by section 142 or 144 and he is dissatisfied with the decision of the local authorities about the protest that the person may appeal to the High Court by way of preliminary motion: provided that together with the filing of the initial proposal shall be paid to the local authority the amount of the rates appeal made against him that.
(2) an initial Proposal shall be filed by a person who is dissatisfied with the decision of the local authority within fourteen days from the receipt of the decision.
(3) the local authority was the adverse party in an appeal under this section.
(4) every such appeal shall be heard before the High Court and its decision on a question of fact is final and conclusive.
(5) from the High Court's decision that a party may appeal on a question of law to the Federal Court and the Federal Court's decision final and conclusive.
(6) in an appeal under subsection (5), the provisions of any written law for the time being in force relating to appeals in civil matters against the decision of the High Court in the jurisdiction of the appeal to the Federal Court shall apply.
Local Government Rates 99 shall be the liability of the first 146. All rates shall be payable by the person to whom the owner is holding at that time, and until the rate paid shall, subject to the provisions of the national land code [Act 56 of 1965], becoming the first dependent on the holding of which the rates are assessed, and if not paid within the specified period, the rate can be claimed in the manner prescribed in this later than this.
Action if a rate is not paid 147. (1) where any sum payable on a rate has not been paid at the end of February or August, as the case may be, the owner or the owner-owner shall be liable to pay the amount of the money together with any fee fixed by the local authorities from time to time.
(2) where any amount of the money or any part thereof is still due and owing to the end of February or until the end of August in each year, as the case may be, the amount of money shall be deemed to be a outstanding and can be claimed as provided for in section 148.
Action to claim arrears 148. (1) to claim something outstanding, the local authority can issue a warrant of detention in form F of the first schedule to this Act and in accordance with the warrant can seize any movable property belonging to the owner or occupier liable pay him, found in the local authority area and can also seize any movable property belonging to any person whatsoever found at stake with which the arrears due : provided that no prisoner may be issued a warrant by local authorities unless the local authority has delivered a notice in form E of the first schedule to this Act, mail or deliver to the owner or any person of the owner-the owner, if more than one person, at the address last known, asking him to pay the arrears within fifteen days after the notice is posted or submitted.
100 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (2) the warrant shall be executed by an officer of the local authority and the officer shall make an inventory of the property arrested under the warrant, and shall at the same time give notice in form G in the first schedule to this Act, to the person who has that property at the time the property is arrested: provided that if in the opinion of the officer executing the warrant value of movable property to be withheld is less its value of arrears to be claimed or if there is any movable property to be detained as in the case of a holding to empty or not occupied then nothing inventory to be made and in the case of such officer shall post up a notice in form H of the first schedule to this Act in a conspicuous place on the holding or in any one of the holding of which the arrears payable which means that event the claim will be carried out in pursuant to section 151.
(3) the officer may break open during the day of any home or building for the purpose of implementing the detention.
(4) payment of detention warrants stood fixed by local authorities from time to time and became the detention costs.
Sales property detained 149. (1) unless the arrears plus costs payable within seven days from the date of detention, property withheld or any part thereof as may be necessary shall be sold through public auction: provided that if the property seized from types of perishable or if expenses of store it will exceed its value the property can be sold immediately.
(2) the expenses of preserving livestock and keep movable property to be the cost of detention.
Local government 101 Using sale proceeds

150. The proceeds shall be used to settle the arrears plus interest at the rate of six per cent per annum as well as cost, and surplusnya, if any, shall be paid to the person in possession of the property at the time the property is detained.
Withhold or sell holdings to 151. (1) if the arrears could not be found in the manner provided for in section 148 shall be lawful for the Registrar of the High Court, upon application made by local authorities, or by any local authorities officers authorized by the local authority in that behalf, ordered the detained and sold freehold or leasehold-shareholdings with which the arrears have accrued.
(2) Prisoners and the sales may be exercised in the manner provided for by law in relation to civil event for the implementation of a decree by holding and selling immovable property.
(3) the Registrar of the High Court shall, from the proceeds of sale that, assign the first cost for detention and sale, then payment of the amount in arrears to local authorities, together with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum as well as the costs and if there is any surplus the Registrar shall, if he is satisfied about the rights of a person claiming the surplus, paying the amount of the surplus to that person, and if the Registrar is not satisfied so shall put that amount as the Treasury to deposit held in trust for those who may eventually managed to prove his claim to it.
(4) local authorities may, in its discretion, refuse to seize and sell, or may release from detention, any property that can be lawfully seized under section 148 if such property was property of the residents, which is a tenant, the holding or property of a person who is not liable to pay an outstanding balance due on the holding.
102 the laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (5) If the property is property of a tenant-villagers, the local authority shall do not seize and sell, or shall release from detention, the property: provided the tenant of that pay to local authorities holding the only rent due is payable until the arrears is completed or until the penyewaannya end and in any case, therefore, notwithstanding anything contained in subsection (1) , the holding may be detained and sold.
(6) the amount of any rent paid by a tenant of the local authority under subsection (5) may be deducted by the tenant-the population of rents after only from that and subsequent to the owner of the holding.
Claim cost 152. All costs for any action under this part to collect the arrears can be claimed the cost seem to be part of the arrears.
Power to discontinue sales of 153. If a person has any interest of any property that could be sold under this part to pay at any time before the property is sold the arrears plus interest and costs, the local authorities must therefore stop take all further action thereon, and if such property has been detained by the Court under section 151, that person shall notify the Court of the payment.
Protests against detention 154. (1) where a person who was arrested near his property under the provisions of this section are disputing the detention kepatutan he can apply to the High Court if the property withheld is a stake, or to the magistrate's Court if the property arrested is movable, for an order to suspend the action, and the Court after conducting any investigation should shall make any order which ought to be about the things above.
Local government 103 (2) no such application may be entertained by any court unless the applicant has deposited with the local authorities the outstanding amount together with interest and costs.
Claim rates paid by residents of 155. If the amount of money payable by the owner of a holding by reason of any rate or the cost is paid by the residents the residents holding may, notwithstanding anything contained in any agreement or arrangement with the owner, cut from payment of sewanya after just from that and subsequent amounts may be paid such by him.
Arrears can be prosecuted as 156 debts. Notwithstanding anything contained herein, any arrears can be claimed and retrieved as a debt in any Court of competent jurisdiction by the local authorities on the official name of any person who is liable to pay the arrears.
Evidence of rate of 157. Production of books or records purporting to bear such rate or assessment made under this section is, without any other evidence whatsoever, be prima facie evidence of the making and legal assessment rate or the inside of it.
Assessment, etc., which do not follow the form of the way cannot be challenged 158. (1) no such valuation or the rates assessed it, nothing the imposition of or claims regarding any rates and there are no any detention or sale can be challenged or likely to be affected by reason of any mistake as to — (a) the name of the person who is liable to pay the rates;
(b) description of beliefs that incidence of the liable for;
104 the laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (c) the amount of the rates assessed thereon; or (d) the methods of detention or sale, if the requirements of this section or the requirements of any by-laws, rules or regulations are being observed and essentially with the fact.
(2) no any action under this section to claim a rate may be cancelled or waived in any court by reason of no such form of ways.
Liability of the owner on the breakers part or consolidation of holdings of the 159. When the hold which broke up or consolidated owner shall be liable to pay up to the end of the year in which the breakers part or consolidation is done or until the commencement of a new valuation list, whichever is sooner, all rates, arrears, interest and costs due thereon as if breakers part or consolidation that has not been made.
Notice of transfer of holding 160. (1) when a holding in a local authority area sold or transferred shall be the duty of the vendor or pemindah owned and buyer or receiver of transfers within three months after the sale or transfer of the notice to local authorities in form I of the first schedule to this Act.
(2) where the owner of a holding in a local authority area to die, be the duty of the person who becomes the owner through inheritance or otherwise give notice of it to the local authorities within one year after the death in form J in the first schedule to this Act.
(3) on receipt of the notice, the local authority may require submission of instrument of change of ownership or a copy of it certified.
Local government 105 (4) every person who sells or transfer possession of a holding in a local authority area still be liable to pay all rates payable on the holding and perform all other duties charged by the Division or by any by-laws on the holding owner, payable or to be exercised at any time prior to notice of transactions is given or until the sale or transfer of that has been recorded in the book the local authority.
(5) no nothing in this shall affect the liability of the purchaser or recipient of transfers to pay rates on the holding or to perform the obligation, or affect the right of local authorities to collect the rates or to enforce the obligations under this section even though the rates payable or the obligation has been ditanggungkan before notice of sale or transfer of the recorded.
(6) every person who does not give a notice may, on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or both of each.
Notice of new building 161. (1) where a new building was erected or if a building is being rebuilt, enlarged, altered, repaired, renewed, or if a building that has been vacant the owner occupied holdings on which the building is located shall, within fifteen days give notice thereof in writing to the local authority.
(2) the term of fifteen days mentioned shall be counted from the date of completion or occupied, whichever date is earlier, a new building has been built, rebuilt, enlarged, altered, repaired or renewed, as the case may be, and on a building that has been empty, from the date of the building is occupied again.
(3) when a building or part of a building diruntuhkan or deleted except by order of the local authorities, the owner of the holding shall give notice of the beginning of the deletion of provisions or in writing to the local authority.
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(4) the local authority may upon receipt of the notice and, if it is satisfied that the provisions that are in progress with was supposed to and should, ordered that the rates assessed on any such holding is reduced and if already paid, returned at the rate the amount of assessment of the holding in relation to the building or part of the building is to be demolished or removed it.
(5) until notice is given owner is still liable to pay rates on the holding or part of a building as if the building was not demolished or removed.
(6) every person who does not give a notice shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or both of each.
Refund of the building not occupied 162. (1) where a building is not occupied and there are any rent payable thereon for a period of not less than one calendar month in any half year with which a rate has been paid the local authority may order some of the rates balanced with period buildings were not occupied returned or diremit, as the case may be.
(2) no such refund or remitan can be ordered unless the people who charge her that have given notice in writing to the local authority about the vacancy within seven days from the first period of which the remitan refund or claim regarding a refund of that person has been demanding payment thereof in writing no later than one month after the end of the half-year of which the claim is made.
(3) no such refund or remitan can be ordered on a building unless the owner of the holding in question proves to the satisfaction of the local authority — (a) that the building is in good condition and are eligible for occupied;
Local government 107 (b) that all reasonable endeavours to obtain a person's tenants were made;
(c) that the requested rent is reasonable rents;
(d) that the building has been vacant for a period for which the refund is claimed: provided that when a refund claimed on a period in time when the buildings were renovated for the purpose of making it eligible for occupied or rebuilding of bona fide does not need to be proved about the claim described in paragraph (a), (b) and (c).
(4) the claim shall state the date the building was not occupied as well as the address to which communications about it can be sent.
(5) for the purposes of this section, the expression "building" includes — (a) a completed flats in the building erected with the approval of local authorities;
(b) any entire storey of a building which has a separate entrance; and (c) the floor area of not less than 1,000 square feet at the same floor of a building that can be rented out as offices, shops, factories, warehouses or other similar uses.
Provision for mengkadar building on the land by the State Government or the land reserved 163. (1) on the building which is located on the ground of the State Government or on land reserved for a public purpose and that is not occupied by the Federal Government or the State Government, the local authorities may, with the approval of the State authority, impose rates referred to in section 127 on the annual value or value add all or any of the building and residents of the building shall be liable to pay that rate.
108 the laws of Malaysia ACT 171 (2) the provisions of this section shall apply to any rate imposed under section (1) except that in its application to the reference on "holdings" shall be deemed to be a reference on "buildings", and reference about the "owner" of a holding shall be deemed to be a reference on the "population" of a building.
Exclusion of 164. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Act, until a valuation list has been prepared and certified in accordance with this section, the list of assessment given or provided under the provisions of any written law repealed by this Act shall, even if the law is repealed, the basis for the rate to be levied in respect of rateable property contained in the list of assessment and list of assessment shall be deemed to be the valuation list in force.
PART XVI SPECIAL PROVISION Transfer duties 165. (1) where in the opinion of the State authority to be necessary or desirable for the public interest that any local authority tasks or duties of an employee the local authority should be transferred immediately from the local authority or employee, the State authority may, by order published in the Gazette, transferring the task to the Menteri Besar or Chief Minister of the State; and if the State authority is of the opinion that an investigation should be held the State authority may in the same order or in a subsequent order direct that an investigation be held in respect of the matter and may make any further order that it considers necessary or appropriate.
(2) if under subsection (1) a task transferred, the State authority may make such orders as are necessary or appropriate in connection with expenses required by the task and the order is in force on the local authority despite what provisions of this Act relating to local government expenditure of 109 Fund local authorities, and the payment of expenses authorized by that order cap for which the local authority can borrow in accordance with the provisions of this Act.
(3) an order made under subsection (1) shall be presented in the State Assembly of a State in its meeting the following immediately after that and shall, unless revoked sooner by the State authority, will take effect next until cancelled by a resolution of the Assembly.
The abolishment of 166. Provisions of the law to the extent specified in the second schedule to this Act are hereby repealed.
110 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 the FIRST SCHEDULE of the LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1976 form A DECLARATION ACCEPTING the POSITION of [section 11] me........................................................................., who was appointed as a member of the Council...................................................... confess that I myself accept that position and that I will perform the duties of the position with appropriate and honest according to the best of my ability and saving.
......….........………………… Pengaku signature Acknowledged before Council............................... at.................................... this day............ 20................................................... * Mayor/President of * Delete whichever is not applicable.
Local government 111 local Government Act 1976 form B NOTICE REQUIRES NUISANCE DELETED [section 82] To............................................................................................ the situation.................................................................................
Please note that under section 82 local Government Act 1976 Council............................................. the parking lot about availability in the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... a nuisance that is........................ (perihalkan the nuisance) hereby require you within........................ (specify time) from the date this notice was delivered the nuisance delete and carry out any work and doing anything necessary for that purpose, that is to say........................ (specify any works to be carried out).
Please note that if you do not comply with any requirements of the notice within the period specified that, any of you commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or both under subsection 82 (5) local Government Act 1976.
Dated this................ this day........ 20.................................................................., on behalf of the local authority 112 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 local Government Act 1976 ELIMINATION ORDER form C [section 82] To............................................................................................ the situation.................................................................................
That you have on............ day months............ 20............ appear before me as not complying with the requirements of the notice in form B in the local Government Act 1976 dated................ this day......... 20............ and that you have been convicted of such offence the Court to require that you comply with all the requirements of the notice or delete the nuisance within........................ (specify time).
Given under my signature and the seal of the Court, at................ this day........ 20 …………
…………………… Magistrate local Government Act 1976 form D ORDER CLOSURE of [section 82] To......................................................................................... self-addressed.......................................................................................

That you have on................ this day........ 20................ appear before me as not complying with the requirements of the notice in form B in the local Government Act 1976 dated................ this day......... 20............ and that you have been convicted of such offence the Court hereby prohibits you from using........................ (perihalkan residence) to human.
Given under my signature and the seal of the Court, at................ this day........ 20…………
…………………… Magistrate 113 local government local Government Act 1976 form E NOTICE to PAY the ARREARS RATE [section 148] No...................... Kepada:
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Please note that you are hereby required to pay arrears rate payable for the period end............ amounted to............ together with the costs of RM................ payable under subsection 147 (1) of the local Government Act 1976 in Office........................ within fifteen days from the date this notice posted/submitted; If payment is not made within the period specified, the amount of the arrears to be paid along with the costs of the process are claimed under the powers contained in the local Government Act 1976.
Dated this............ day months............ 20............
RM sen Assessment at....................................... Arrears rate of ...
Costs.........
Outstanding ... more
Section/Mukim........................
Lot no................................................................................., on behalf of the local authority 114 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 local Government Act 1976 form F WARRANTS DETENTION [section 148] to:..........................................................................................................................................................
Whereas through a notice No............. posted/submitted at............... day months................... 20......... the owner/residents were required to pay at the Office....................................... money of................. as arrears rates and that money of................. the unpaid: this is the order you hold the movable property of the owner/the population where only the movable property that can be found in Council................. and also any movable property belonging to any person who is found in the holdings of the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... (perihalkan here holding or possession-the holding) and unless money of.............., along with utter of............, which is the cost for this detention, so hold on until paid is given further orders.
Further you are ordered to return the Warrants at or before............ day months............ 20......... with an entry certifying the date and manner in which a warrant has been executed or why a warrant was not executed.
Given under my signature on it............ day months............ 20......................................................., on behalf of the local authority details of ARREARS and PAYMENT of the current Rate of the half-cent years............, which ended in. .. 20 ……… … … … … … … … Arrears for the ... the ... the ... the ... the year 20 .... a to 20...... Payments under section 147............... Costs The Prisoner Number Of ... Of ... Of ...
Local Government local Government Act 1976 115 form G INVENTORY and NOTICE [section 148] to:................................................................. situation of Lot No............. Section/Mukim.......................................................... (or other description of the introduction).
Please note that I have this day hold a property described in an inventory below because of money............, namely, arrears and costs can be claimed under the local Government Act 1976 as shown details below and that unless you pay into the Council Office............ the amount due, together with the costs of this detention within 7 days from the date of this notice , the property will be sold.
Dated this.................... day months............ 20.........
.....…………………… Signature of INVENTORIES No. Items About the property details of ARREARS and the COSTS of the current Rate of the half-cent years.................., which ended in. .. 20 ……… … … … … … … …
Arrears for the ... the ... the ... the ... the year 20 .... a to 20.........
Payments under section 147...............
Detention Costs.....................
Amount of ... of ... of ...
116 the laws of Malaysia ACT 171 local Government Act 1976 form H NOTICE [section 148] to:........................................................................................ situation of Lot No................................ Section/Mukim............ (or other description of the introduction).
Please note that through a notice of claim No.. …………..
posted/submitted on ... the ... the ... day months............ 20........., you are required to pay at the Office............ money of............ i.e. the arrears rates and that money of............ the unpaid and that unless you pay the amount of money together with the costs of this detention within 7 days from the date of this notice, the application will be made to the Registrar or Assistant Registrar of the High Court to sell the freehold or leasehold-shareholdings mentioned.
................................................, on behalf of the local authority details of ARREARS and the COSTS of the current Rate of the half-cent years.................., which ended in. .. 20 ……… … … … … … … … Arrears for the ... the ... the ... the ... the year 20 .... a to 20......... Payments under section 147............... Detention costs..................... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Number of ... of ... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 117 local government local Government Act 1976 form I NOTICE of SALE or TRANSFER of [section 160]...............................................................................................................................................................
I/we............................ the situation.................... hereby give notice as required under subsection 160 (1) of the local Government Act 1976 on the following: 1. Title..................................................
2. Description and Parking Lot No....... Section/Mukim.......... Holding The Address Of The ... …………………….....…
3. Name of Pemindah belongs to the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ...
Name of transferee............................................-owned address.......................................................
4. The number or Symbol Letter REF............. Volume of transactions................... way.. Folio..........................................
The date of the instrument registered.........................................................
5. Other matters: Price buy........................ The date of purchase....................................... …………………………………………………………..................….....
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Dated............ day months............ 20 ………
…………………… Signature of 118 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 local Government Act 1976 form J NOTICE [section 160]............................................................................................................
I/we............................ the situation.................... hereby give notice as required under subsection 160 (2) the local Government Act 1976 on the transfer of the following: 1. Title........................................................
2. Description and Parking Lot No.. ……… Section/Mukim.............
Holding The Address Of The ... ……………………………….
3. The name of the owner before................................................... the transfer of the Name Owner now...................................................
Alamat … … ……………...................................…...
4. The number or Symbol Letter REF............. Volume of transactions................... way.. Folio..........................................
The date of the instrument registered.........................................................
5. Hal-hal lain:
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Dated............ day months............ 20 ………
…………………… Signature of local government 119 SECOND SCHEDULE [section 166] legal extent of Repeal 1. Town Board enactment all except section 67, 68, 69, 137 70 Chapter N.M.B., 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, paragraph 78 (a), (d) subparagraph 8 (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, 134A, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148 and 149.

2. the Town Board Enactment all except section 67, 68, 69, Johor No. 118 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, 134A, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149 and 149A.
3. All the Town Board Enactment, except sections 67, 68, 69, Trengganu Chapter 64. 3/1955 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 78, paragraph (i), (iv), subparagraph 78 (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, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148 and 149, 147A.
4. The municipal Enactment, All except section 11A, 44, 45, Kelantan No. 20 1938 45A, 46, 46A, 46B, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 54A, 54B, 54D, 54C, 54F, 54E, 54H, 54G, 54I 54J, 54K, 54L, 54M, 54N, 54O, 55, 56 and 57.
120 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 5. Municipal Ordinance, All except paragraph 58 (1) (g), Straits Settlements Chapter 133 (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, 139A , 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 142A, 144A, 144C, 145, 146, 147, 148, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156A, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 170A, 170B, 170C, 219, 229, paragraph 245 (a), (b), subparagraph 245 (e) (i) and (ii), paragraph 245 (f) and (k), section 369, 370 and 395A.
6. Local Council Ordinance All. 1952 7. The Local Government Act Of All. (Temporary Provisions) Act, 1973 law Point the abolishment of local government law 121 MALAYSIA APPENDIX local Government Act 1976 Act 171 of date: area Provisions come into operation the power force WILAYAH PERSEKUTUAN Federal territory All 01-01-1977 P.U. (B) 592/1976 JOHOR JOHOR Bahru All 01-11-1978 JPU. 62/1978 Pontian All 01-02-1979 "4/1979 Muar South All 01-05-1979" 40/1979 of Muar North all "" 41/1979 Kluang North all "" 42/1979 Kota Tinggi all "" 43/1979 Mersing all "" 44/1979 Batu Pahat Barat All 01-09-1979 "64/1979 Batu Pahat East all" "65/1979 Kluang Selatan all" "66/1979 Segamat all" "67/1979 Segamat South all" "68/1979 Johor Bahru Tengah all" "69/1979 Kulai all" "70/1979 KEDAH City Star Kuala Muda, All, 01-02-1978 KPU. 2/1978 Kulim, Baling and Kubang Pasu Area Yan, Padang Terap, Sik, All 01-03-1979 KPU. 6/1979 Bandar Bahru, Langkawi and Kota Bharu KELANTAN Pendang, Badang Spaces, all 01-07-1978 KN. P.U. 13/1978 Kemumin, Banner, Lundang and Kota Area of Kota bharu, Kuala Krai, all 01-01-1979 KN. P.U. 4/1979 Pasir Mas, Tanah Merah, Pasir Puteh, Machang, Tumpat, Bachok and Ulu Kelantan MALACCA and Kota Melaka All 01-01-1977 MGN. 62/1977 and Melaka Tengah 122 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 Jasin All 01-07-1978 "157/1978 Alor Gajah All 01-07-1978" 158/1978 NEGERI SEMBILAN areas specified in the schedule — the city and area 01-03-1979 G.N.N.S. 128/1979 Region, Kuala Sawah, Sagga, Sungai Gadut, Nilai, Labu Batu 8, 9 and 10, Ulu Beranang, Mantin, Lenggeng, Pajam, True Stem and the beach.
Each area is located in the District of Seremban which is within walking distance of six chains from the middle line in both parts and whole along jalan tar repaired by the Government except for areas located in Seremban District Council Area as stated above and the Seremban Municipal Council.
Seremban Town Council, 01-03-1979 G.N.N.S. 129/1979 Gedong Lalang Town Board Area, Local Council and Rasah, Mambau Jaw and neighbouring area with it in Seremban district.
Specified area 01-12-1979 N.S.P.U. 18/1979 in the schedule as the Port Dickson District Council area.
Area Board of Town 01-07-1980 G.N.N.S. 315/1980 Tampin, Local Council and neighbouring area Gedok like in Tampin District.
Area described 01-07-1980 G.N.N.S. 331/1980 in the schedule — the city and an area of Kuala Pilah, Tanjung Ipoh, Kampung Tengah, Simpang Dangi station, Seri Menanti, Pelangai, Gentam, water Mawang, Johol, Dangi station, Kepis, Batu 10, Juasseh, Batu Meraong, Padang Area Provisions come into operation the power force local government wide-123, Bukit Gelugor, Jemapoh, Terachi, Tanjong Ipoh and Senaling Junction.
All spaces located in Kuala Pilah district which is within walking distance of twenty chains from the middle line in both parts and whole along jalan tar repaired by the Government except for areas located in the vicinity of Kuala Pilah District Council as stated above.
Area town Board 01-07-1980 G.N.N.S. 332/1980 Rembau.
Area town Board 01-08-1980 N.S.P.U. 10/1980 Rompin, Bahau local Council and neighbouring area with it in Jempol district.
Area town Board 01-08-1980 N.S.P.U. 11/1980 Kuala Klawang, local Council bridge, local Council Constituency and neighbouring area with it in Jelebu district.
PAHANG All area in the State All 01-07-1979 Phg. G.N. 374/1979 Raub Pahang (area All 01-07-1981 Phg. G.N. 339/1981 marked grey) Temerloh (area All 01-07-1981 Phg. G.N. 340/1981 marked grey) Bentong (area All 01-07-1981 Phg. G.N. 341/1981 marked grey) Jerantut (area All 01-03-1982 Phg. G.N. 59/1982 marked grey) Cameron Highlands All 01-03-1982 Phg. G.N. 60/1982 (spaces marked grey) Lipis (spaces marked All 01-03-1982 Phg. G.n. 61/1982 grey) Jerantut (areas except for Phg. G.N. 62/1982 marked grey) part XV Spaces Provision comes into operation the power force 124 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 Cameron Highlands except for Phg. G.N. 63/1982 section XV of Lipis (areas except for Phg. G.N. 64/1982 marked grey) part XV PENANG All Penang 15-12-1976 Pg. P.U. 73/1976 SILVER Stone All District Council Area 01-09-1979 Pk. Pu 40/1979 Elephant consists of Batu Gajah, except for Tronoh, Siputeh, Board, swivel chair, part of Tanjung Tualang, Sungai Durian X and 40 chains on the left and right State and Federal Roads in Mukim-Mukim Sungai Terap expenses, and Tanjung Tualang in Kinta District Management Board Area All 01-09-1979 Pk. P.U. 45/1979, local Government of Taiping, except Aulong, trees Asam, Kampong parts of Penang, Batu Kurau, Barley, X Pondok Tanjong Ulu, an evening and mature and neighbouring area with it in the Larut and Matang Area Management Board All 01-09-1979 Pk. P.U. 46/1979 Krian, and local government area covering the Bagan Tiang except, the Bevel, Alor Pongsu Titi, Bukit red X, Gunong Semanggol, Simpang Empat Semanggol, Gedong River and areas is 6 chains on the left and right of the Federal Roads and 4 chains left and right state roads in SELANGOR Krian District of Selangor All 01-01-1976 SEL. P.U. 8/1977 Taman Sri Muda, it had all 14-04-1983 SEL. P.U. 8/1983 Klang TERENGGANU Kuala Terengganu 01-01-1979 Tr. G.N. 602/1979 Dungun 01-01-1981 Tr. G.N. 860/1980 Kemaman 01-01-1981 Tr. G.N. 861/1980 Ulu Kemaman 01-01-1981 Tr. G.N. 862/1980 Marang 01-01-1981 Tr. G.N. 863/1980 Besut 01-01-1981 Tr. G.N. 864/1980 PERLIS Perlis All 01-01-1980 PS P.U. 3/1979 Municipalities Except 01-01-1980 PS P.U. 6/1979 Kangar part VII-XV Spaces Provision comes into operation the power force local government 125
Laws of MALAYSIA ACT APPENDIX local government (Amendment) Act 1993 (Act A865) (1) (2) the date comes into Part/Part power/Date of Coming into Operation P.U. (B) 92/1994 Selangor 01-06-1994 Area Petaling Jaya Municipal Council/Petaling Jaya Municipal Council area of Negeri Sembilan 01-06-1994 Seremban Municipal Council/Seremban Municipal Council area P.U. (B) 384/1994 Selangor 01-09-1994 the Gombak District Council Area/Gombak District Council area 01-09-1994 area of Ampang Jaya Municipal Council/Ampang Jaya Municipal Council area 01-09-1994 Klang Municipal Council/ Klang Municipal Council area 01-09-1994 Municipal Council of Shah Alam/Shah Alam Municipal Council area 01-09-1994 Petaling District Council Area/Petaling District Council area 01-09-1994 Sepang District Council Area/Sepang District Council area 01-09-1994 Ulu Langat District Council Area/Ulu Langat District Council area 01-09-1994 area of Ulu Selangor District Council/Ulu Selangor District Council area 126 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 01-09-1994 area of Kuala Langat District Council/Kuala Langat District Council area 01-09-1994 Area Majlis Daerah Kuala Selangor/Kuala Selangor District Council area 01-09-1994 Sabak Bernam District Council/Sabak Bernam District Council area Silver 01-09-1994 area of Ipoh City Council/Area of the City Council of Ipoh 01-09-1994 Taiping Municipal Council/Taiping Municipal Council area 01-09-1994 Kuala Kangsar District Council Area/Kuala Kangsar District Council area of Malacca 01-09-1994 Municipal Council Malacca/Malacca Historical City Municipal Council area 01-09-1994 Jasin District Council Area/Jasin District Council area 01-09-1994 the Alor Gajah District Council Area/Alor Gajah District Council area
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01-12-1994 Municipal Council of Penang Island/Penang Island Municipal Council area 01-12-1994 Seberang Perai Municipal Council/Seberang Perai Municipal Council area Silver 01-12-1994 Manjung District Council Area of Manjung District Council area/01-12-1994 the Kerian District Council/Kerian District Council area (1) (2) the date comes into Part/Part power/Date of Coming into Operation of the local government 127 01-12-1994 South Kinta District Council Area/South Kinta District Council area 01-12-1994 Hilir Perak District Council Area/Hilir Perak District Council area 01-12-1994 Tanjung Malim District Council area/Tanjung Malim District Council area 01-12-1994 District Council area Grik/Grik District Council area 01-12-1994 Area of Perak Tengah District Council/Perak Tengah District Council area 01-12-1994 Selama District Council District Council/total area 01-12-1994 Tapah District Council Area/Tapah District Council area 01-12-1994 West Kinta District Council Area/West Kinta District Council area 01-12-1994 Lenggong District Council Area/Lenggong District Council area 01-12-1994 Pengkalan Hulu District Council/Pengkalan Hulu District Council area of the State Nine 01-12-1994 Kuala Pilah District Council Area/Kuala Pilah District Council area 01-12-1994 Seremban District Council/Seremban District Council area 01-12-1994 Rembau District Council Area/Rembau District Council area 01-12-1994 Tampin District Council Area/Tampin District Council area 01-12-1994 Jelebu District Council/Jelebu District Council area 01-12-1994 area of Jempol Jempol District Council/District Council area (1) (2) the date comes into Part/Part power/Date of Coming into Operation 128 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 Kedah 01-02-1995 municipal Council Kota Setar/Kota Setar Municipal Council area 01-02-1995 Kuala Muda District Council Area/Kuala Muda District Council area 01-02-1995 Kulim District Council/Kulim District Council area 01-02-1995 Bandar Baharu District Council Area/Bandar Baharu District Council area 01-02-1995 Yan District Council Area/Yan District Council area 01-02-1995 Pendang District Council Area/Pendang District Council area 01-02-1995 Padang Terap District Council Area/Padang Terap District Council area 01-02-1995 Area Baling/Baling District Council District Council area 01-02-1995 District Council area Kubang Pasu/Kubang Pasu District Council area 01-02-1995 Spaces Sik/Sik District Council area of Johor 01-02-1995 Johor Bahru Municipal Council Area/Johor Bahru Municipal Council area 01-02-1995 Muar South District Council Area/Muar South District Council area 01-02-1995 Segamat District Council Area of Northern Segamat District Council/area 01-02-1995 Batu Pahat District Council Area West/West Batu Pahat District Council area 01-02-1995 areas of Johor Bahru Tengah District Council/Johor Bahru Tengah District Council area (1) (2) start date Into force of Part/Part power/Date of Coming into Operation of the local government 129 01-02-1995 Kluang North District Council Area/Kluang North District Council area 01-02-1995 Kulai District Council Area/Kulai District Council area 01-02-1995 Muar District Council Area North/North District Council area of Muar 01-02-1995 Segamat District Council Area of South/South of Segamat District Council area 01-02-1995 Kota Tinggi District Council/Kota Tinggi District Council area 01-02-1995 Mersing District Council Area/Mersing District Council area 01-02-1995 Kluang District Council Area South/ Kluang Selatan District Council area 01-02-1995 Pontian District Council Area/Pontian District Council area Perlis 01-04-1995 Kangar Municipal Council/Kangar Municipal Council area Pahang 01-04-1995 Kuantan Municipal Council/Kuantan Municipal Council area 01-04-1995 Temerloh District Council Area of Temerloh District Council area/01-04-1995 Bentong District Council Area/Bentong District Council area 01-04-1995 area of Cameron Highlands District Council/Cameron Highlands District Council area 01-04-1995 Jerantut District Council Area/Jerantut District Council area 01-04-1995 Pekan District Council area/Town District Council area (1) (2) the date comes into Part/Part power/Date of Coming into Operation 130 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 01-04-1995 Lipis District Council/Lipis District Council area 01-04-1995 Maran District Council/Maran District Council area 01-04-1995 Raub District Council/Raub District Council area 01-04-1995 Rompin District Council Area/Rompin District Council area Terengganu 01-04-1995 municipal Council Kuala Terengganu/Kuala Terengganu Municipal Council area 01-04-1995 the Kemaman District Council Area/Kemaman District Council area 01-04-1995 District Council area Dungun/Dungun District Council area 01-04-1995 Hulu Terengganu District Council Area/Hulu Terengganu District Council area 01-04-1995 Besut District Council Area/Besut District Council area 01-04-1995 Setiu District Council Area/Setiu District Council area 01-04-1995 Marang District Council Area/Marang District Council area of Kelantan 01-04-1995 municipal Council in Kota Bharu/Kota Bharu Municipal Council area 01-04-1995 Kota Bharu District Council Area/Kota Bharu District Council area 01-04-1995 Tumpat District Council Area/Tumpat District Council area 01-04-1995 Pasir District Council Area MAS/Pasir Mas District Council area (1) (2) the date comes into Part/Part power/Date of Coming into Operation of the local government 131 01-04-1995 Gua Musang District Council Area/Gua Musang District Council area 01-04-1995 Kuala Krai District Council Area of South/South of Kuala Krai District Council area 01-04-1995 Kuala Krai District Council Area North/North of Kuala Krai District Council area 01-04-1995 Bachok District Council Area/Bachok District Council area 01-04-1995 Council area District Tanah Merah/Tanah Merah District Council area 01-04-1995 The District Council area of Jelly/Jelly District Council area 01-04-1995 Machang District Council Area/Machang District Council area 01-04-1995 Pasir Puteh District Council Area/Pasir Puteh District Council area (1) (2) the date comes into Part/Part power/Date of Coming into Operation 132 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 laws of MALAYSIA Act 171 local Government Act 1976 LIST of AMENDMENT law short title force of the Act amending the Act 160 Malaysian currency (Ringgit) 29-08 A436 Act 1975-1975 local Government Act (Amendment) 03-03-1978 1978
Local Government Act A564 Act (Amendment) 01-01-1986 1983 Act 341 Fire Services Act 1988 01-01-1989 Act A806 local Government Act (Amendment) 13-09-1991 1991 Act A865 local Government Act (Amendment) Act (see 1993 * attachment) * RECORDS — Savings-see section 8 local government 133 laws of MALAYSIA Act 171 local Government Act 1976 LIST of the SECTION AMENDED Section Power amend with effect from 2 A436 Act 03-03-1978 Act A865 (see P.U. (B) 92/1994 and P.U. (B) 384/1994) 10 A436 Act 03-03-1978 17 Act A436 03-03-1978 54 A436 Act 03-03-1978 60 A436 Act 03-03-1978 72 A865 Act (see P.U. (B) 92/1994 and P.U. (B) 384/1994) 73 A436 Act 03-03-1978 Act A865 (see P.U. (B) 92/1994 and P.U. (B) 384/1994) part X of the Act 341 01-01-1989 101 A436 Act 03-03-1978 102 A564 Act 01-01-1986 102A A436 Act 03-03-1978 103 A436 Act 03-03-1978 104 A436 Act 03-03-1978 107 A806 Act 13-09-1991 113 A436 Act 03-03-1978 128 A865 Act (see P.U. (B) 92/1994 and P.u. (B) 384/1994) 134 laws of Malaysia ACT 171 Section Power amend with effect from 130 A436 Act 03-03-1978 Act A865 (see P.U. (B) 92/1994 and P.U. (B) 384/1994) 137 A436 Act 03-03 144 A436-1978 Act 03-03-1978 163 A436 Act 03-03-1978 164 A436 Act 03-03-1978 first schedule A436 Act 03-03-1978 Act Act 160 29-08-1975