Valuers, Appraisers And Estate Agents Act 1981

Original Language Title: Valuers, Appraisers and Estate Agents Act 1981

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JW514757 Act 242 tiny valuers, appraisers and estate agents 1 PUBLISHED by the COMMISSIONER of law revision, UNDER the AUTHORITY of law REVISION ACT 1968 2009 laws of MALAYSIA ACT 242 Act REPRINTING of valuers, appraisers and ESTATE AGENTS 1981 Contains all amendments to 1 January 2006 2 242Undang ACT laws of Malaysia Act of valuers, appraisers and ESTATE AGENTS, 1981 date of Assent............ February 4, 1981, the date of publication in the Gazette......... 5 February 1981 the valuers, appraisers and estate agents 3 laws of MALAYSIA Act 242 ACT of valuers, appraisers and ESTATE AGENTS 1981 ARRANGEMENT of SECTIONS part I preliminary section 1. Short title and application 2. Interpretation part II appointment, DUTIES and POWERS of the DIRECTOR GENERAL of VALUATION and PROPERTY SERVICES DEPARTMENT and OTHER OFFICERS 3. The Director General and other officers 4. Functions and duties of Director General 5. Enter or view the land, building, etc.
6. Submission of relevant information 7. Power of representation 8. The Minister may make rules PART III the BOARD of VALUERS, appraisers and ESTATE AGENTS 9. The Board of valuers, appraisers and estate agents 10. Functions of the Board 11. Inspectors and other personnel 12. The funds of the Board 13. Auditing account 4 242Undang of Malaysia ACT PART IV of the REGISTER section 14. Express 15. Registrar of 15A. Application to obtain the power to practice 16. Power to practice part V the VALUERS and APPRAISERS 17. Registration of valuers and appraisers 18. Eligibility for registration assessors and evaluators trial 19. The practice of evaluation 20. Restrictions on appraisers registered 21. Restrictions on practice assessment 22. Special powers DIVISION VA ESTATE AGENTS 22A. Registration of estate agents 22B. The practice of estate 22C. Restrictions on the practice of estate 22D. Qualifications for registration of estate agents and estate agents trial PART VI the FIRM 23. Practice by a firm of PART VII DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS and OTHER PROCEEDINGS 24. Cancellation, suspension and qualification of valuers, appraisers and estate agents 5 section 25. Deletion of names from the register 26. The inclusion of the 27. Appeal 28. Appeal Board 29. Procedures to appeal PART VIII GENERAL 30. The offence of 30A. Search with warrant 30B. Search and seizure without a warrant 30C. List of things seized 31. Penalties for other offences 31A. Immunity of the Board 32. The Board may make rules 33. Exclusion of Government rights 34. Consequential amendments made to the Act 1967 35 Surveyors Registration. Abolition of FIRST SCHEDULE SECOND SCHEDULE of the THIRD SCHEDULE 6 ACT 242Undang of Malaysia of valuers, appraisers and estate agents 7 laws of MALAYSIA Act 242 ACT of valuers, appraisers and ESTATE AGENTS, 1981 an act to make provision about the appointment of a Director General of valuation and property services and on the registration of valuers, appraisers and estate agents and matters connected therewith.
[February 6, 1981]
BE IT enacted by the Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong with the advice and consent of the Dewan Negara and Dewan Rakyat in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows: part I preliminary short title and application 1. This Act may be cited as the Act of valuers, appraisers and estate agents, 1981 and shall apply throughout Malaysia.
Interpretation 2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "Member" means a member of the Board;
"the practice of estate" means acts or submitting a person to the public as are willing to act, for a Commission, fee, wages or other replies, as 8 242Undang laws of Malaysia ACT an agent in respect of a sale or other disposition of land and buildings and on any interest therein or the purchase or other acquisition of land and buildings and on any interest therein or with respect to leasing or rental of land and buildings and on any interest therein;
"Register" means the register of valuers, appraisers and estate agents kept under paragraph 14 (1) (a);
"Sign of the firm" means the Express firms kept under paragraph 14 (1) (c);
"Register a valuer for Trial/estate agents Attempts" means Express Trial Assessors/estate agents attempt kept under paragraph 14 (1) (b);
"prescribed" means prescribed by rules made by the Minister or by the guidelines, circulars or directions issued by the Board;
"estate agents registered" means a person whose name is entered under part III register and to whom an authority to practice has been issued by the Board under section 16;
"estate agents attempts" means a person registered under this act as estate agents trial and whose name is entered in the register of valuers Trial/estate agents Attempts;
"firm" means a body corporate, a partnership or a sole proprietorship;
"Director General" means the Director General of valuation and property services appointed under subsection 3 (1);
"the power to practice" means a power to practice in the prescribed form issued by the Registrar under section 16;
"Fund" means the Fund Board of valuers, Appraisers and estate agents established under subsection 12 (1);
Valuers, appraisers and estate agents 9 "Board" means the Board of valuers, appraisers and estate agents established under section 9;
"Appeal Board" means the Appeal Board constituted under section 28;
"Minister" means the Minister at a certain time is responsible for finance;
"Registrar" means the Registrar of valuers, appraisers and estate agents appointed under section 15;
"property manager" means a person, a firm or a company who, on behalf of the owner of any land, buildings and any interest it, manage and control the land, building and the importance of it to maintain or increase investment in, or physical, of the property value;
"property management" means the management and control of any land, building, and any interest therein, excluding business management based on property, on behalf of the owner for a fee and includes but is not limited to the following responsibilities: (a) monitor the expenditure on the property and the payment of the income from the property;
(b) prepare budgets and maintain financial records for the property;
(c) enforce the terms of the leases and other agreements relating to such property;
(d) provide advice on the results of the sale and purchase;
(e) advise on matters of insurance;
(f) provide advice on potential development opportunities to produce the property or investment; and (g) provide advice on the need to enhance the property or combine interest;
"registered examiner" means a person whose name is entered under part I of the register and to whom an authority to practice has been issued by the Board under section 16;
10 laws of Malaysia ACT 242Undang "trial examiner" means a person registered under this act as a valuer for trial and whose name is entered in the register of valuers Trial/estate agents Attempts;
"registered Appraiser" means a person whose name is entered under part II of the register and to whom an authority to practice has been issued by the Board under section 16;
"business property" includes hotels, motels, hostels, farm, Quarry, port, marina, golf courses, cinemas, stadium, sports complex and hospitals.
PART II appointment, DUTIES and POWERS of the DIRECTOR GENERAL of VALUATION and PROPERTY SERVICES DEPARTMENT and OTHER OFFICERS of the Director General and other officers 3. (1) there shall be appointed in the Ministry of Finance of an officer to be named Director General of valuation and property Services Department and a number of Deputy Directors General, directors and officers as may be required for the administration of this Act.
(2) after a date as the Minister may by order published in the Gazette, no person shall be appointed to hold office Director General, Deputy Director General or Director unless he is a registered valuer.
Functions and duties of Director General 4. (1) the functions of the Director-General is — (a) carry out the duties conferred upon him by this Act;
(b) collecting and arranging Group — (i) any information which is found necessary by the Director General to help officers and assessors in the assessment; and valuers, appraisers and estate agents 11 (ii) any information which is found necessary by the Director-General on all or any matter relating to property;
(ba) publish information collected and arranged group under paragraph (b), unless the information classified as confidential by, or on behalf of, the Government or any State Government;
(bb) provide information and advice to the Government and any State Government or of any person on matters relating to property;
(bc) convene educational services, training services, research services, and other services relating to the functions of the Director-General under this Act to the Government and any State Government or any person; and

(c) generally investigate and report to the Minister on any matter which he thinks may be able to develop standard valuation, estate and other property services in Malaysia.
(2) the Director General shall exercise all or any of the following functions to the Government or to any State and may exercise such functions to any local authority, statutory body or body corporate in which the Government or the State Government has an interest and further can perform such functions to any other person as may be prescribed by the Minister: (a) do the assessment of all land and buildings including furniture , fixtures, stock trade, plant or machinery and other goods;
(b) do the assessment of land and buildings required for feasibility studies, court proceedings, arbitration or other purposes;
(c) Act as estate agents including the holding of negotiations on the sale, purchase, rental and rental agreements, auction or tender; and (d) doing property management, project management and prepare or review and examine the inventory of furniture, fixtures, stock trade, plant or machinery and other goods.
12 242Undang of Malaysia ACT (3) in respect of paragraph (1) (b) and (bb), the Director General may, unless such information are classifi ed as confidential by or on behalf of the Government or any State Government, in its discretion provide any person or class of persons any information collected or compiled collect by it on payment of the fees or charges prescribed by the Minister.
(3A) the information provided under subsection (3) may include — (a) details of any sale or transfer of land, buildings and any interest thereon;
(b) information on the State of supply and demand on the property;
(c) information on the availability of sources of financing for the purchase or development of the property;
(d) information on the price movement of the property and the rental property;
(e) information on property development (including the cost of development), property investment and property management in all or any property market sector; and (f) the information necessary for the development of the property market index and index costs.
(4) in respect of service referred to in subsection (2), the Director-General may, except where the service is provided to the Government, impose any fees prescribed by the Minister.
(5) the fees and charges prescribed under this section may be reduced, waived or refunded as the Minister thinks fit.
Enter or view the land, building, etc.
5. (1) the Director General or any officer authorized by him may — (a) where reasonably necessary for the purpose of carrying out the functions of the Director General under this Act, enter the valuers, appraisers and estate agents 13 on each reasonable time any land, building or premises, and can inspect them without bear purportedly due to trespassing;
(b) submit either orally or in writing to the owner or his agent or the person who occupies or take care of the land, building or premises that any question related to enable it to carry out its functions under this Act in a professional manner; and (c) examine any books, documents and papers available of any person, including public officials, for the purpose of carrying out its functions under this Act and by not bear costs apply for an extract from it.
(2) If after informed of the purposes you want to enter and inspect the land, building or premises or when submitting a question or during the request you want to inspect the books, documents or papers relating to the performance of its functions under this Act, an agent or such person refuses or does not allow in or carried out the examination, or refused or intentionally did not answer during which they know or trust any question like that either orally or in writing as required by the three bersengaja, or make any false statement as answer it, or refuse to allow the books, documents or papers that examined or extract made therefrom, it commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine of not more than * ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or to both.
Production of related information 6. (1) the Director General may require any person to produce to him any relevant information necessary to carry out its functions under this Act in a form within a specified form as well as the period will be determined by the Minister.
* NOTE — before, "five thousand dollars" – see Act of valuers, appraisers and estate agents (Amendment) 1997 [Act A980].
14 242Undang of Malaysia ACT (2) the information required under subsection (1) shall include — (a) the details of the sale, purchase, results of auctions and tenders, rental and leasing; and (b) any other information as may appear necessary by the Director General to carry out its functions under this Act.
(3) where once told about the purpose of the information required and about the power to do so, any person who refuses to submit the information required within the specified period or intentionally provide any false information then that person commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or to both.
Power of representation 7. (1) for the purpose of implementing the goals and purposes of this Act and the exercise of the powers, duties and functions, the Director General may, with the approval of the Minister, delegate to any officer under the control of the administration of any of the powers, duties and functions under this Act.
(2) any such representation may be made about any particular thing or any class of article or generally or can be restricted to any part of Malaysia and can be made subject to such terms and conditions as it deems fit by the Director General.
(3) any delegation under this section may be revoked in accordance with the requirements of the liver and does not prohibit the exercise or performance of any power, duty or function by the Director General.
The Minister may make rules 8. The Minister may make rules as may be necessary to carry out better or enforce the provisions of this section.
Valuers, appraisers and estate agents 15 PART III the BOARD of VALUERS, appraisers and ESTATE AGENTS Board of valuers, Appraisers and estate agents 9. (1) there shall be established a Board called the Board of valuers, appraisers and estate agents which shall be a body corporate having perpetual succession and a common seal and may sue and be sued.
(2) the Board shall consist of the following members appointed by the Minister: (a) the Director General who shall be the President of the Board;
(b) six people registered valuer from the public service;
(c) four people registered valuer with at least six years of professional experience as a valuer and has been named by the Institute of Surveyors (Malaysia) or other recognised professional bodies from time to time by the Board as representing valuers;
(cc) three estate agents registered with at least six years of experience as estate agents; and (d) three registered valuer nominated by President of the Board.
(3) the person referred to in paragraph (2) (c), (cc) and (d) shall be a citizen of and practice their profession in Malaysia.
(4) if the body referred to in paragraph (2) (c) the assessors did not submit within three months after being requested to do so in writing by the Minister or the absence of professional bodies representing valuers, then the Minister may make the appointment referred to in that paragraph on the advice of the Director General.
16 242Undang of Malaysia ACT (5) with respect to the person who first was elected to the Board of the person appointed shall within six months after the Board first established is registered under the applicable provisions in this act as a registered valuer.
(5A) in respect of the person who first appointed as member of the Board referred to in paragraph (2) (cc) the person so appointed shall, within six months from the date of their appointment is registered under the provisions relating to this act as estate agents registered.
(6) a member of the Board appointed under the provisions of paragraph (2) (b), (c), (cc) and (d) shall hold office for three years or for a shorter period as referred to by the Minister and shall be eligible for reappointment.
(7) if any member of the Board died or resigned or his post revoked, a new Member shall be appointed as soon as practicable replace place and co-opted members shall hold office for the remainder of the appointment that his people.
(8) the first schedule shall apply to the Board.
Functions Of The Board 10. Function of the Board is — (a) keep and maintain a register of valuers, appraisers and estate agents, a register of valuers Trial/estate agents trial and a register of firms;

(b) approve or reject applications for registration under this Act or approve any such application subject to such conditions and restrictions as it thinks fit to impose;
(c) to institute disciplinary proceedings in accordance with part VII;
(d) provide or cause to be held examinations for those who intend want to qualify themselves for registration under this Act;
Valuers, appraisers and estate agents 17 (e) prescribe from time to time with the approval of the Minister, the fee payable under this Act including the scale of fees charged by the valuers, appraisers or estate agents because of advice or professional services provided;
(f) hear and determine disputes relating to the conduct or professional ethics of valuers, appraisers and estate agents or appoint a Committee or an arbitration to hear and determine the dispute;
(g) determine and regulate the conduct and professional ethics of valuers, appraisers and estate agents and set standards for the professional practice;
(h) award scholarships to those who undergo professional training courses in the field of appraisal or estate or any related fields and to award aid or donations to promote the profession;
(ha) appoint members of the Board to fill any Board, Committee or body set up for any purpose relating to the profession or any related profession;
(hb) borrow or by any other means to obtain money to buy or lease any immovable property required by the Board and dispose and manage the property as the Board may think fit; and (i) generally, do all such acts, matters and things necessary for implementing the provisions of part III to part VIII.
Inspectors and other personnel 11. (1) the Board may appoint inspectors and other officers and employees as it considers necessary to carry out its functions.
(2) Inspectors and other officers and employees shall hold office for a period, receive any salary and remuneration, and subject to such terms and conditions of service as may be prescribed by the Board.
18 242Undang laws of Malaysia ACT the funds of the Board 12. (1) all fees, fines and costs payable under this Act and all other monies due are paid to the Board under the provisions of this Act and any other money payable to the Board shall be credited to the Board of valuers, Appraisers and estate agents.
(2) the Fund may be used to — (a) to pay salaries, remuneration and allowances of staff working with the Board;
(b) pay the payment for professional services and other services required by the Board and given to the Board;
(c) pay the cost of office equipment, stationery, furniture and other objects required by the Board;
(d) to pay the members of the Board or the appeal board any fees and travel allowances and allowances remuneration affordable life due to attend meetings of the Board or the Appeal Board as approved from time to time by the Minister;
(e) pay the cost of registration and other administrative expenses, expenses for any research, investigations, studies, conferences or seminars conducted by the Board and the expenses of printing or publishing all forms, journals, brochures, flyers, advertisements and other documents related to the functions or duties of the Board;
(f) pay rent, fees, dues, rates, premiums, compensation and other payments that the Board may be required to pay him;
(g) pay money to award, assistance and donations made by the Board;
(h) the purchase or lease of any immovable property required by the Board; and (i) do all such other functions of the Board.
(3) moneys not immediately required may be invested in any immovable property or in any investment specified under section 4 of the Trustee Act 1949 [Act 208] as determined by the Board.
Valuers, appraisers and estate agents 19 Auditing accounts 13. Accounts of the Board shall be audited at least once a year by an auditor appointed by the Board.
PART IV EXPRESS Express 14. (1) the Board shall keep and maintain: (a) a register of valuers, appraisers and estate agents to be in three parts: (i) part I, which shall contain the name, business address, qualifications and other details about registered valuer;
(ii) part II, which shall contain the name, business address, qualifications and other details about registered appraisers; and (iii) part III which shall contain the name, business address, qualifications and other details about estate agents registered;
(b) a register of valuers Trial/estate agents attempt shall contain the name, business address, qualifications and other details about the trial examiner and estate agents attempts; and (c) a register of firms to be in three parts: (i) part I, which shall contain the name, address and other details about the firms that practice as a valuer;
(ii) part II, which shall contain the name, address and other details about the firms that practice as appraisers; and (iii) part III which shall contain the name, address and other details about the firms that practice as estate agents.
20 ACT 242Undang of Malaysia (1A) (struck by A980 Act).
(2) the register shall be kept and maintained at the Office of the Board and shall be open for inspection by any person on payment of a fee prescribed by the Board.
(3) no such amendment or changes can be made in the register without the matter was decided in advance of a meeting of the Board and the decisions recorded in the minutes of the meeting and all amendments or changes in the register shall be signed briefly by the Registrar.
(4) in the event of an order or decision to cancel, suspend or re-enter or if any order or decision of other touching, registration of any valuer, appraiser or estate agents valuers or any trial or estate agents attempts or any rma fee under the provisions of this Act, the Board shall cause an entry made in the register accordingly.
(5) every person whose name there is the register of estate agents under subsection (1A) the deduction cut before commencement shall be deemed to have been transferred to part III register.
Registrar of 15. (1) the Board, with the approval of the Minister, shall appoint a Registrar of valuers, appraisers and estate agents on such terms and conditions of service as it thinks fit.
(2) the Registrar shall be under the General instructions of the Board and shall sign all power to practice and record all entries required to be recorded in the Register.
Application for authority to carry on the practice of 15A. Registered valuers, appraisers registered or estate agents registered shall apply to the Board to obtain the power to practice if he intends to valuers, appraisers and estate agents 21 practice as a registered valuer or appraisers registered under section 19 or as estate agents registered under section 22B.
Power to practice 16. (1) the Registrar shall, on receipt of a fee fixed by the Board with the approval of the Minister, issue to every applicant whose application has been approved, an authorised to practise in the form prescribed by the Board.
(2) the power to practice shall, subject to the provisions of this Act, expires on 31 December in the year that power issued and shall thereafter renewed every year by paying the prescribed fee and upon the applicant meet and comply with such conditions as may be prescribed by the Minister.
(3) a certificate of registration issued under the registration of Surveyors Act * 1967 [Act 67 1967] who, before this Act comes into power, was released to a quantity surveyor (General Practice) registered shall, subject to subsection 17 (2), replaced by the Board with a power to practice by not paying the fee specified.
(4) a power to practice issued containing errors or omissions can be requested by the Registrar and a new authority shall be issued without charge.
(5) a duplicate copy of authority to practice can be removed by the Board whenever the application is made by a registered valuer, appraiser or registered estate agents registered and on payment of a fee prescribed by the Board and the application shall be accompanied by a statement that explains the reason for the application is made.
(6) a copy of the duplicate powers to practice shall be marked "Duplicate" with details and shall contain all the particulars indicated in the original script.
* NOTE — this Act has been revised as quantity surveyors Act 1967 [Act 487].
22 242Undang of Malaysia ACT (7) registered Valuers, appraisers registered or estate agents registered — (a) who is an employee, shall, within one month of any change of employment, notify the Board in writing of the name, business address and other details as well as his employer the employer formerly new;

(b) who is not an employee, shall, within one month of any change in name, address, business, partnership or shareholding practice direction or any change in the registered valuers, appraisers registered or registered real estate agent practice under its employment or under his employment, told the Board in writing of the change, and those changes are to be included in the register accordingly.
(7A) for the purpose of paragraph (7) (b), a notice given by a partner, shareholder or Director of the person concerned shall be deemed to comply with the paragraph sufficiently.
(7B) the provision of paragraph (7) (a) shall also apply to all assessors trial and estate agents trial and any changes should be included in the register of valuers Trial/estate agents Trial accordingly.
(8) the Registrar may at every year issue and offer for sale of a copy of it.
Part V registration of VALUERS and APPRAISERS valuers and appraisers 17. (1) subject to the provisions of this Act, every person has the right to claim its name entered under part I or II, as the case may be, Express having made the valuers, appraisers and estate agents 23 applications to the Board and prove until the Board is satisfied that — (a) he has reached the age of 21 years and sound mind, well-mannered and not convicted of any offence involving fraud or dishonesty or moral turpitude within five years immediately before the date of application;
(aa) he's not bankrupt that has not been discharged;
(b) he has met the requirements of section 18;
(c) he has made declarations in the form and manner prescribed by the Board;
(d) he has paid the fee prescribed by the Board; and (e) he is not suspended from practice assessment or estate and also his name not cancelled from the register.
(1A) Notwithstanding paragraph (1) (e), a person who is disqualified to practice estate may, if the Board thinks he fits practice assessment, getting his name included under part I of the Register as a valuer.
(2) any quantity surveyor (General Practice) listed which, immediately before the start the currency of this Act, have registered his name under * Registration Act 1967 quantity surveyor shall, when this Act comes into his powers, transferring its name to in part I of the register without paying any fees: provided that for a period of one year after the start the currency of this Act such person may continue to practice under the provisions of * Registration Act 1967 quantity surveyors.
(3) any person who makes application within twelve months from the start date of the commencement of this Act for registration under part II Express reserves the right to claim its name registered so if he — (a) immediately before the start date of the commencement of this Act has become a licensed appraisers under elsewhere from various law * NOTE — this Act has been revised as quantity surveyors Act 1967 [Act 487].
24 of the Act 242Undang of Malaysia relating to the licensing of appraisers in Malaysia and that in General his business as a licensed appraiser has become its main occupation other than his business as an estate agent, and that he has to serve his client the overall satisfaction of them; and (b) meet or comply with the provisions of paragraph (1) (a), (c), (d) and (e).
(4) in order to satisfy about any matter referred to in subsection (1) and (3), the Board may request the applicant to submit to him any documents as may be deemed by the Board concerned.
Eligibility for registration assessors and evaluators attempt 18. (1) subject to the provisions of this Act, no person shall be entitled to the name entered under part I of the Register unless he has been registered as the trial assessors under this Act.
(2) any person who has passed the examination prescribed by the Board or who have earned credentials recognized by the Board as equivalent to such examination may apply to the Board to be registered as a valuer for testing.
(3) the assessor testing required to obtain practical experience and pass a Professional Competence Test as prescribed by the Board or any of the test or an equivalent examination recognised by the Board.
(4) where the trial examiner has complied with the requirements of subsection (3), he may apply to the Board to obtain its name entered in the register.
(5) Notwithstanding subsection (1), (2) and (3), a member of the graduate of the real estate Consultancy, Valuation and measurement Institutions Surveyors (Malaysia) who has complied with the requirements of subsection (3) may apply to the Board to obtain its name entered in the register.
Valuers, appraisers and estate agents 25 (6) a person who is not a citizen or permanent resident of Malaysia shall not be eligible to be registered as a valuer or as a valuer for trial unless he is or has been a registered valuer or appraisers registered before this section comes into operation.
Practice assessment 19. Subject to the provisions of this Act, a registered valuer or appraisers registered issued an authorized to practice by the Board is entitled to practicing and was allowed to operate — (a) the assessment of all land and buildings including furniture, fixtures, stock trade, plant or machinery and other goods;
(b) the valuation of land and buildings that required for feasibility studies, project management, court proceedings, arbitration or other purposes; and (c) management of assets and prepare or review and examine the inventory of furniture, fixtures, stock trade, plant or machinery and other goods.
Restrictions on appraisers registered 20. (1) a registered appraiser allowed undertaking subject to the total value of capital and on terms and conditions determined by the Board with the approval of the Minister from time to time.
(2) the total value of capital is deemed to be the amount of all of what is run under a specific direction.
(3) the Board may limit the practice of appraisers registered to a State or a number of a particular State.
Restrictions on practice assessment 21. (1) No person shall, unless he is a registered valuer or appraisers are registered and to which the 26 Malaysian law 242Undang ACT a power to practice has been issued under section 16 — (a) practice or conduct business or work under any name, style or title containing the word "Assessor", "Appraisers", "Economist Land Consultants", "Property", "Property Manager", or as near thereto , in any language or contains anything other words in any language that can be reasonably interpreted as implying the sense that she is a registered valuer or appraisers are registered;
(aa) to act as the Manager of the property;
(ab) conduct business or work as an appraiser or appraisers;
(b) display any signage, or use, distribute or disseminate any cards, letters, pamphlets, sheets, notices or any form of advertising, which implies directly or indirectly that he is a registered valuer or appraisers are registered;
(c) undertaking for a fee or other consideration listed section 19; or (d) is entitled to claim in any court any fees, charges or remuneration for any advice or professional services rendered as an appraiser or Appraisers.
(2) paragraph (1) (aa) shall not apply to — (a) the owner of any land, buildings and any interest it manages the land, building and the importance of it; or (b) any estate agents registered accordingly authorised by the Board to conduct property management.
Valuers, appraisers and estate agents 27 (3) for the purposes of paragraph (2) (a), "the owner of any land, buildings and any interest therein" means — (a) the registered owner;
(b) the beneficiary of any estate or trust of the deceased; and (c) the significance to the lessor registered under the national land code [Act 56 of 1965], but does not include the shareholders in the company which owns the land, buildings and any interest thereon except where land, buildings and the interest owned by the company and that person is the sole shareholder of the company.
Special powers 22. (1) subject to subsection (2) and such policies as may be adopted by the Board from time to time, the President may from time to time with the approval of the Board, having paid the fee prescribed by the Board and upon such conditions or with such restrictions as he may deem fit to impose, in writing, authorize any person who is not a registered valuer to do any act or thing that , if not because the truth is, that person remains prohibited or not entitled to do and may at any time, without giving any reason, to withdraw such permission by means of a notice served on the person.
(2) No person shall be permitted to do under this section any act or the matter for more than a period a total of one hundred and eighty days in any one calendar year.

(3) any person who commits any act or thing that under and in accordance with an authorization under subsection (1) shall, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Act, be deemed to be allowed to do the Act or matter as if he's a registered valuer.
28 242Undang ACT of Malaysia PART VA REAL ESTATE AGENT estate agents Registration 22A. (1) subject to the provisions of this Act, every person has the right to claim its name entered under part III Express having made application to the Board and prove until the Board is satisfied that — (a) he has reached the age of 21 years and sound mind, well-mannered and not convicted of any offence involving fraud or dishonesty or moral turpitude within five years immediately before the date of application;
(b) he is not a bankrupt that has not been discharged;
(c) he has met the requirements of section 22D;
(d) he has made a declaration in the form and manner prescribed by the Board;
(e) he has paid the fee prescribed by the Board; and (f) he is not suspended from practice assessment or estate as well as its name is not deducted from the register.
(1A) Notwithstanding paragraph (1) (f), a person who is disqualified to practice assessment may, if the Board thinks he fits practice estate, getting its name entered under part III Express as estate agents.
(2) any person who makes application within twelve months from the start date of the commencement of this part for the registration under the register of estate agents are entitled to a name registered as such if he proves up to the Board is satisfied that — (a) immediately before the start date of the commencement of this part — (i) he has been involved in the practice of estate and that generally the conduct as such is its main job; or the valuers, appraisers and estate agents 29 (ii) assessors or appraisers he is registered and that his business as such include the practice of estate, and that he has to serve his client generally to the satisfaction of them; and (b) meet or comply with the provisions of paragraph (1) (a), (d), (e) and (f).
(3) in order to satisfy about any matter referred to in subsection (1) and (2) the Board may require the applicant to submit to him any document as it may deem relevant.
The practice of estate 22B. (1) subject to the provisions of this Act, a registered estate agent has been issued an authorized to practice by the Board is entitled to practicing and allowed to farm practices estate.
(1A) subject to subsection (2), no estate agents registered can run property management.
(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1A), the Board may allow registered estate agents carry out property management — (a) if he is allowed to do so before subsection (1A) comes into operation; and (b) subject to the same conditions and restrictions imposed by the Board thereon before subsection (1A) come into operation.
Restrictions on the practice of estate 22C. (1) No person shall, unless he is a registered estate agent and him a power to practice has been issued under section 16 — (a) practice or conduct business or work with any name, style or title containing the words "estate agents", "Housing" Agent, 30 242Undang ACT of Malaysia "estate agent", "Land Agent", "Home Broker" or any other word like him , in any language or contain any other words in any language that can be reasonably interpreted as implying the sense that he was a registered estate agent;
(aa) do business or work as an estate agent;
(b) display any signage, or use, distribute or disseminate any cards, letters, pamphlets, sheets, notices or any form of advertising, which implies directly or indirectly that he is a registered estate agent;
(ba) offer for sale or to invite bids for the purchase of any land, buildings and any interest thereon irrespective of whether land, buildings and the interest is in Malaysia or outside Malaysia: provided that if the foreign property to be marketed in Malaysia, an offer or invitation shall be made by or through an estate agent who carries on the practice of and domiciled in Malaysia on behalf of someone's principal practice or residing outside Malaysia;
(c) undertaking any work specified in section 22B; or (d) is entitled to claim in any court any fees, charges or remuneration for such professional advice or services rendered as an estate agent.
(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1) — (a) an owner of any land, buildings and any interest thereon can sell or rent, or offer to sell or lease, land, buildings and the interest;
Valuers, appraisers and estate agents 31 (b) a licensed auctioneer can sell or offer to sell any land, buildings and any interest thereon through public auction; and (c) a holder of a power of Attorney in respect of any land, buildings and any interest thereon acting free of charge and without commissions, fees, wages, or other consideration, can sell, buy or rent, or offers to sell, buy or rent, land, buildings and the importance of it.
Qualifications for registration of estate agents and estate agents attempts 22D. (1) Ter takluk to the provisions of Act i, t n none deserve its name entered under part III Register unless he has been registered as a real estate agent trial under this Act.
(2) any person who has passed the examination prescribed by the Board or who have earned credentials recognized by the Board as equivalent to such examination may apply to the Board to be registered as a real estate agent testing.
(3) the estate agents attempts are required to obtain practical experience and pass a Professional Competence Test as prescribed by the Board or any of the test or an equivalent examination recognised by the Board.
(4) if the estate agent has complied with the requirements of the trial subsection (3), he may apply to the Board to obtain its name entered in the register.
(5) a person who is not a citizen or permanent resident of Malaysia shall not be eligible to be registered as a real estate agent estate agents or as a trial unless he is or used to be estate agents registered before this section comes into operation.
32 242Undang of Malaysia ACT PART VI FIRM Practice by a firm of 23. (1) no registered valuers, appraisers registered or estate agents registered can practice evaluation, assessment or estate or has the right to recover in any court any fees, charges or remuneration for such professional advice or services rendered by him in accordance with the practice unless he practice as sole proprietor of a sole proprietorship, a partner of a partnership, shareholder or Director of a body corporate registered with the Board of employee, or as a sole proprietorship, partnership or body corporate that.
(2) a partnership or body corporate carrying on the practice of evaluation, assessment or estate, as the case may be, shall not be registered by the Board unless — (a) all partner of the partnership or all directors and shareholders for the body corporate was — (i) in the case of a practice assessment, merely registered valuer;
(ii) in the case of a practice assessment, merely registered appraisers; and (iii) in the case of a practice estate, mere estate agents registered;
(b) shares in the partnership or body corporate held — (i) in the case of a practice evaluation, solely by registered valuer;
(ii) in the case of a practice assessment, solely by registered appraisers; and (iii) in the case of a practice estate, solely by estate agents registered; and valuers, appraisers and estate agents 33 (c) it meets all the conditions set by the Board.
(3) Notwithstanding subsection (2), no agent property is a property management firm can run unless all of his partner, in the case of a partnership, or all shareholders and its directors, in the case of a body corporate, authorised by the Board to conduct property management and it can only carry out property management property approved by the Board.
(4) no registered valuers, appraisers registered or registered estate agents may, unless the Board approving such in writing, be or continue to be a sole proprietor, partner, shareholder or Director more than a sole proprietorship, partnership or body corporate, as the case may be, a practice evaluation, assessment or estate after this section comes into operation.

(5) where a registered valuer, appraiser or registered estate agents registered before this as amended section comes into operation, becoming sole proprietor, partner, shareholder or Director of more than one firm, then, within two years from the date of this section as amended come into operation, he shall release the equity in all but one the firm unless the Board approves otherwise in writing.
(6) a registered valuer, appraiser registered or registered property agent shall — (a) within one month from him being a sole proprietor, partner, Director or shareholder of a firm; or (b) within one month of any change in the partnership, shareholding or the direction of a particular firm, as the case may be, notify the Board in writing of the occurrence or change.
34 242Undang laws of Malaysia ACT PART VII DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS and OTHER PROCEEDINGS, suspension and revocation of qualification 24. (1) subject to the provisions of this part, if a valuers, appraisers or real estate agent or real estate agent or attempt trial whose name is entered in the register or the register of Valuers Trial/estate agents Trial, as the case may be — (a) has been convicted of an offence involving fraud or dishonesty or moral turpitude;
(b) have been found to obtain registration or his authority to practice under this Act or misrepresentation;
(c) has been revoked or cancelled the test under section 18 or 22A by authorities through it the qualifications obtained or the qualifications given by him;
(d) has been breached or fails to comply with any provision of this Act or any rules made thereunder;
(e) was not in compliance with any restrictions that are subject to it it is registered;
(f) has been negligent or refused to comply with any order of the Board acting under any provision of this Act or any rules made thereunder; or (g) was found guilty by the Board for any professional misconduct or for any act or conduct which, in the opinion of the Board was perverse or humiliating manner, the Board may make an order — (i) cancel the registration under the relevant parts of the registers concerned;
(ii) suspend the practice for a period not exceeding three years;
Valuers, appraisers and estate agents 35 (iii) menegurnya and record the reprimand in the register concerned;
(iv) menegurnya or impose a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or both but without recording the qualification or the fine in the register concerned; or (v) impose a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit and record the fine in the register concerned and so he is suspended from practice until the fine is paid.
(1A) if the Board makes an order under paragraph (1) (ii) to (v), the Board may, in addition, order the person against whom the order is made to pay to the Board the cost of proceedings not exceeding five thousand dollars, and a fine and costs shall be recoverable as a debt due to the Board.
(2) the Board shall not make any order under subsection (1) or (1A) unless — (a) a hearing was held in which not less than ten members of the Board present; and (b) an opportunity to be heard, whether with or without the help of lawyers, were given to people who face disciplinary action.
(2A) no order of suspension or cancellation of registration can be practice in force — (a) If no appeal is filed, until the expiration of the appeal; or (b) If an appeal is filed, until the Appeal Board confirmed the decision.
(3) any order made by the Board under paragraph (1) (i) and (ii) shall be published in a newspaper as it deems fit by the Board if there is no appeal against such order has been made under section 27 and 29 within forty days from the date the order is made.
242Undang ACT 36 of Malaysia (4) where an appeal is made and then withdrawn then the order shall be published within twenty-one days from the date of receipt of notice to withdraw the appeal.
(5) If the appeal continues and the decision of Appeal Board contains a cancellation of registration or suspension of practice then the order shall be published within twenty-one days after the order is made.
Deletion from the register name 25. (1) there shall be deducted from the register or the register of Valuers Trial/estate agents Trial, as the case may be, the name and details of any registered valuers, appraisers registered or estate agents or probation or trial estate agents registered — (a) has applied in writing so that its name is deducted;
(b) dead;
(c) has been certified by the relevant authorities as not of unsound mind or has been sentenced bankrupt;
(d) t not renew his power to practice within three months after the expiration of the powers; or (e) the registration has been cancelled under section 24.
(2) any person whose name has been deducted from the register or the register of Valuers Trial/estate agents Trial shall, within fourteen days after the date to be notified of the Board's decision by registered post, surrender to the Board the power to practice and any person who fails to do so commits an offence.
(3) there shall be deducted from the register the name of the Firm and details of any firm — (a) who has applied for in writing so that the name and particulars of which is deducted; or the valuers, appraisers and estate agents 37 (b) which have contravenes or fails to comply with any term or condition of its registration.
The inclusion of the 26. (1) any person whose name has been deducted from the register or the register of Valuers Trial/estate agents Trial, as the case may be, pursuant to an order under paragraph 24 (1) (i) shall, if the appeal is approved, placed back immediately.
(2) a person who in practice have been suspended under paragraph 24 (1) (ii) and who have been reprimanded under paragraph 24 (1) (iii) shall, if the appeal is approved, immediately turn off the details of the suspension or reprimand from Express or Express Trial Assessors/estate agents Trial, as the case may be.
(3) any person whose name has been deducted from the register or the register of Valuers Trial/estate agents Trial, as the case may be, under paragraph 24 (1) (c) shall be returned if he has told the Board and the Board is satisfied with the changes of the circumstances to restore his entitlement under that paragraph.
(4) any person whose name has been deducted from the register or the register of Valuers Trial/estate agents Trial, as the case may be, under paragraph 25 (1) (a), (c) and (d) may be placed back once he is seeking placed back and having paid such fees, arrears and charges, and upon satisfaction of any other conditions, as determined by the Board.
Appeal 27. (1) a person who — (a) the registration was rejected by the Board;
(b) has been registered but are not satisfied with any terms, conditions or restrictions imposed by the Board;
38 242Undang laws of Malaysia ACT (c) have been registered but are not satisfied with any order made by the Board under section 24; or (d) its admission under section 26 was rejected by the Board, may within thirty days after being informed of the rejection, restriction or the order, appeal to the Appeal Board and the Appeal Board can thus make such order as he thinks fit or appropriate including any instructions about the cost of the appeal.
(2) the Board shall enforce any order made by the Appeal Board.
Appeal Board 28. (1) for the purposes of this Act, there shall be established an Appeal Board consists of one eligible appointed High Court judge as Chairman who shall be appointed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong after consulting with the Chief Justice of the Federal Court, and two others named by the Chairman of the panel members shall be appointed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
(2) a member of the Board of appeal shall, unless he sooner resigns or the appointment is revoked, hold office for a period specified in the instrument of appointment and he shall be eligible for reappointment.
(3) the Board shall provide any necessary secretarial services to the Appeal Board to allow the Appeal Board to carry out its functions.
Procedures to appeal 29. (1) a notice of appeal referred to in section 27 shall be made in writing.
(2) on receipt of the notice of appeal the President of the Board or if he is not available, a member delegated by the President to do so, shall cause provided the valuers, appraisers and estate agents 39 within three months from the receipt of notice that a record about the travel Board meeting and a statement describing the reasons which the Board had reached its decision.

(3) Having received a record about the meeting and the reason about the Board's decision that the Chairman of the Appeal Board shall hold a meeting of the Appeal Board to hear the appeal.
(4) the Appeal Board after hearing the appeal may, by majority decision, confirm or vary the decision of the Board.
(5) the Appeal Board shall in its discretion determine its own procedure and the cost of appeal and also the cost of incidental thereto.
(6) the decision of the Appeal Board shall be final.
PART VIII GENERAL Offence 30. A person who — (a) obtain or attempt to obtain registration or a power to practice under this Act, knowingly make or produce or cause to be made or presented any declaration, certificate, application or false representations or fraud whether in writing or otherwise;
(b) knowingly makes or causes to be made any falsification in the register;
(c) falsify, alter or melancung any certification, testimonials, orders or authorized to practice under this Act;
(d) distribute or use any power that is falsified, altered or trained to practice under this Act by knowing that that power was dipalsu, altered or trained;
40 242Undang of Malaysia ACT (e) disguised himself as a registered valuer, appraiser or registered estate agents registered;
(f) purchase or fraudulently obtains a power to practice under this Act issued to another person;
(g) sell, transfer, rent or otherwise permit any other person to use any power to practice issued to him under this Act;
(h) instead of a person acting under the direction and personal supervision directly someone registered valuer, appraiser registered or registered estate agent who carries or undertakes to be carrying out any works provided for under section 19 or 22B; or (i) acts in contravention of section 22C, commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding twenty-five thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or both, and he may be liable to a fine of five hundred dollars for each day during the offence continued.
Search with warrant 30A. (1) where a Magistrate found, the information given in writing and after such inquiry as he thinks necessary, that there is reasonable cause to believe that an offence under this Act or any rules made under this Act is being or has been committed in any premises, the Magistrate may issue a warrant which authorises any police officer not meteoric of Inspector , or any person named in it, get into the premises at any reasonable time either during the day or night, with or without assistance and if necessary by force, and there search and seize any signs, cards, letters, pamphlets, sheet, notice or other tools that reflect or imply that the person is registered valuers, appraisers registered or registered estate agents , and any document, article or other thing which is reasonably believed to give evidence of the Commission of the offence.
Valuers, appraisers and estate agents 41 (2) where, by reason of the type, size or its recoverable amount, it is not practical to transfer any signs, cards, letters, pamphlets, sheets, notices, tools, document, article or thing seized under this section, the officer or person seizing it shall, in any way, prevent signs, cards, letters, pamphlets, sheets, notices, tools, documents, articles or article in the premises or in the container in which it was found.
(3) any person who, without lawful authority, break, interrupt or impair lak referred to in subsection (2) or transfer any signs, cards, letters, pamphlets, sheets, notices, tools, documents, articles or anything dilak or attempting to do so commits an offence.
Search and seizure without a warrant 30B. If a police officer is not meteoric of Inspector in any of the circumstances referred to in section 30A has reasonable cause to believe that by reason of the delay in obtaining a search warrant under section of that investigation will be affected or evidence of the Commission of an offence is likely to be interrupted, transferred, damaged or destroyed, the officer can get into the premises and conduct in the , above and in respect of premises that all the powers referred to in section 30A in a way that fully and adequately as if he is authorized to do so by a warrant issued under that section.
List of things seized 30C. (1) except as provided in subsection (2), if any signs, cards, letters, pamphlets, sheets, notices, tools, document, article or thing seized under section 30A or 30B, officer or person seizing it shall prepare a list of things seized and immediately menghantarserahkan a copy of the list signed by him to the occupier of the premises searched, or ask your agent or pekhidmatnya , the on-premises.
42 242Undang of Malaysia ACT (2) if the premises were unoccupied, officer or person seizing the bilamasa can patch list things seized it in conspicuous place in the premises.
Penalties for other offences 31. (1) any person who commits any offence under this Act for which other penalties not provided for expressly for him can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit.
(2) If a firm fails to comply with any provision of this Act, then sole proprietor, every partner and every Director or other officer commits an offence of the same kind and the same penalty as imposed on the firm unless he proves that it was committed without known, approved or tolerated by him or not linked to any negligence on the part of him.
Immunity Board 31A. No action or proceeding may be taken against the Board or any member of the Board with regard to any act or thing done under this Act or the rules made under this Act unless it is proved to the Court that the Act or thing is done with malicious intent.
The Board may make rules 32. The Board may with the approval of the Minister make rules as may be necessary to carry out better or for enforcing the provisions of part III to part VIII.
Exclusion of Government Rights 33. There is nothing contained in this Act shall be applicable to any thing done or not done in accordance with or under the authority of the Government or any State Government.
Valuers, appraisers and estate agents 43 consequential Amendment made to the * Registration Act 1967 34 Surveyors. * The Registration Act 1967 quantity surveyors should be amended in the manner specified in the second schedule one year after this Act comes into power.
Abolition of the 35. Law specified in the third Schedule shall be repealed to the extent specified in it one year after this Act comes into power.
The FIRST SCHEDULE [Subsection 9 (8)] 1. (1) the following persons are disqualified from being appointed to the Board or Board member — (a) a person who is not of unsound mind or otherwise unable to perform his duties;
(b) a bankrupt.
(2) a member of the Board appointed under paragraph 9 (2) (b), (c), (cc) and (d) shall vacate his Office if he fails to attend three consecutive meetings of the Board without the consent of the President or if he is disqualified under paragraph (1).
2. (1) the Board shall meet not less than once in three months at a place set by the President.
(2) the President shall convene a meeting of the Board at the request of two members of the Board and the request must be in writing with mention why.
(3) in any meeting of the Board of Presidents shall convocations and if he is not present members shall elect one of them to chair the meeting.
(4) a quorum of the Board is eight people.
* NOTE — this Act has been revised as quantity surveyors Act 1967 [Act 487].
44 242Undang laws of Malaysia ACT (5) where on any question to be determined by the Board there are a number of votes equal, then the President or, if the President is absent, the Chair the meeting shall have a casting vote.
(6) subject to subparagraph (4) and (5) the Board shall establish its own procedure.
(7) the Board shall cause to be kept proper records of its meetings travel.
3. (1) the Board shall have a common seal which shall bear such device as may be approved by the Board and such seal may from time to time is broken down, changed, altered and made anew by the Board as the Board may think fit.
(2) until a seal is provided by the Board under this paragraph, a stamp bearing the description "the Board of valuers, appraisers and estate agents" can be used and shall be deemed to be the seal of the Corporation.

(3) the common seal shall be kept in the custody of the President and shall be authenticated by the President or other Member of the current Acting President is not there, and any document purporting to be sealed with the seal of the certified as aforesaid, shall be deemed to have been validly executed legal until the contrary is proved.
SECOND SCHEDULE [section 34] * SURVEYORS REGISTRATION ACT 1967 Provision amendment of section 2 1. Delete the definition of "Surveyor".
2. Delete the definition of "General Practice Surveyors".
Subsection 3 (2) 1. Substitute for the word "two" in paragraph (b) by the words "three".
2. Delete paragraph (c).
* NOTE — this Act has been revised as quantity surveyors Act 1967 [Act 487].
Valuers, appraisers and estate agents 45 transitional provisions 3. Replace paragraph (e) with a new paragraph (e) the following: "(e) three registered Quantity Surveyors who are Federal Citizens and who have a limit of at least six years professional experience practising their profession in Malaysia and who are in private practice on the nomination of the Council of the Institution of Surveyors (Malaysia) or other professional body that the Board may from time to time recognize to represent Quantity Surveyors;"
4. Replace the full stop which appears at the end of paragraph (g) with a semicolon.
5. Enter immediately after paragraph (g) a new paragraph (h) of the following — "(h) one member on the nomination of the Board of Valuers and Appraisers from among the members of that Board was under the Valuers and Appraisers Act 1981 [Act 242].".
Subsection 3 (2A) Cut.
Section 4 Insert the word "the" before the words "the quantity surveying profession" in paragraph (f).
Subsection 5 (2) Cut.
Subsection 6 (2) delete the words "(including the branch or branches of surveying to which the qualifications relate)" in paragraph (a).
Subsection 7 (1) Replace the words "' Building Surveyors ', ' Valuer ', ' Appraiser ', ' Land Economist flaunting '" appearing immediately after the word "' Quantity Surveyors '," in paragraph (a) with the words "' Building Economist flaunting ', ' Building Cost estimation Consultant '".
Section 7A delete the words "or general practice" wherever it is available.
Section 8 Cut.
46 242Undang laws of Malaysia ACT transitional provisions of subsection 10 (2) substitute with the following: "(2) Subject to the provisions of this Act, any person who — (a) is a provisionally registered surveyor;
(b) has obtained the practical experience of the U.S. comes under paragraph (1) (b); and (c) is a Member of the Institution of Surveyors (Malaysia) or has obtained a qualification which the Board considers to be equivalent thereto, shall be on the Government application to be registered as a Surveyor. ".
Section 20 Insert the words "a person promoted for commodities as" before the words "a Judge of the High Court".
Section 27 Insert the words ", Building Surveyors, Valuers, Appraisers" immediately after the words "Land Surveyors".
Table 1. Substitute for the word "seven" in subparagraph 2 (3) the word "six".
2. Enter immediately after the words "in connection with" appearing in paragraph 4 the word "quantity".
Wherever there is the word "Surveyor" or "Surveyors" except in paragraph 3 (2) (b), paragraph 7 (1) (a) and section 27 enter "Quantity" before that Word.
Valuers, appraisers and estate agents 47 THIRD SCHEDULE [section 35] written law Repealed Point (a) enactment of Appraisers for Malay States [N.M.B. Chapter 80] All.
(b) Enactment Appraisers [N.M.B. Chapter 80] as applicable to the Federal District, Perlis and Terengganu [P.U. (A) 62/74, Ord. P.T.M. 30/1961, Ord. P.T.M. 55/1985] in total.
(c) enactment of Appraisers [Delicious. Johor 4] Altogether.
(d) the enactment No. 8 (Auctioneers) [Delicious. Kedah 8] as far as related to the housing agent.
(e) the enactment Appraisers 1911 [Delicious. Kelantan 3 1911] in total.
(f) Miscellaneous Licences Ordinance [Sarawak Cap. 72] as far as related to agent valuers.
(g) the auctioneer License Ordinance [N.S. Chapter 198] as far as related to the housing agent.
48 242Undang of Malaysia ACT laws of MALAYSIA Act 242 ACT of valuers, appraisers and ESTATE AGENTS 1981 LIST of AMENDMENT of laws that amend the short title of the Act in force A598 valuers and appraisers Act (Amendment) Act 1984 07-09-1984 A980 Act Act of valuers, appraisers and estate agents (Amendment) 1997, 31-01-1997 A1056 Act Act of valuers, appraisers and estate agents (Amendment) 1999 09-09-1999 of valuers, appraisers and estate agents 49 laws of MALAYSIA Act 242 VALUERS ACT , Appraisers and ESTATE AGENTS 1981 LIST of SECTION AMENDED Section Power amend the effect from the long Title of the Act A598 07-09-1984 1 A598 Act Act A980 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 2 A598 Act Act A980 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 4 A980 Act Act Act A598 A1056 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 09-09-1999 5 Act A980 A1056 Act 31-01-1997 09-09-1999 6 Act A980 A1056 Act 31-01-1997 09-09-1999 part III Act A598 07-09-1984 9 A598 Act Act A980 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 10 A598 Act Act A980 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 12 Act A598 A980 Act 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 Part IV of the Act A598 A980 Act 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 14 A598 Act Act A980 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 15 Act A598 07-09-1984 50 Malaysian law 242Undang ACT Section Power amend with effect from 15A A980 Act 31-01-1997 16 A598 Act Act A980 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 17 A598 Act Act A980 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 18 A598 Act Act A980 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 19 Act A980 31-01-1997 21 Act A598 A980 Act 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 Parts VA A598 Act 07-09-1984 22A A598 Act Act A980
07-09-1984 31-01-1997 22B A598 Act Act A980 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 A598 Act 22C Act A980 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 22D A980 Act 31-01-1997 part VI A598 Act Act A980 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 23 of the A598 A980 Act 07-09-1984 31-01-24 Act 1997 Act A598 A980 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 25 A598 Act Act A980 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 26 Act A980 31-01-1997 27 Act A980 31-01-1997 of valuers, appraisers and Estate Agents Authority amend Section 51 in force from 28 Act A980 31-01-1997 29 Act A980 31-01-1997 30 Act A598 A980 Act 07-09-1984 31-01-1997 30A 30B 30C A980 Act Act Act A980 A980 31-01-1997 31-01-1997 31-01-1997 31 Act A980 31-01-1997 31A A980 Act 31-01-1997 32 Act A980 31-01-1997 first schedule of Act A598 07-09-1984 third Schedule Act A598 07-09-1984 JW514757 09-10-2009 PRINTED by PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BERHAD, KUALA LUMPUR on BEHALF and by ORDER of the GOVERNMENT of MALAYSIA