Discuss the various way in which a contract of agency can be created.
Law of agency in Malaysia is found in Contract Act 1950 under section 135 to 191. Agency is defined
as a person employed to do any act for another or to represent another in deal
Fundamentals Level Skills Module, Paper F4 (ENG)
Corporate and Business Law (English)
June 2011 Answers
Criminal law relates to conduct which the State considers with disapproval and which it seeks to control. Criminal law involves
1.1 CLASSIFICATION OF
CLASSIFICATION OF LAW
MALAYSIAN LEGAL SYSTEM
AMIR AFIQ BIN MOHD YUSOF
SYAMMIR ISKANDAR BIN AHMAD
NUR LIYANA SYAFAWANI BT FATHUL RAHMAN
SYARIFAH FARZANA BT SYED FADZIL
PUAN AINUL HAFIZA BINTI ZAINUDIN
a) Explain the law making process in Parliament of Malaysia
Before any law can be called as Act, they are known as Bill. In Malaysia, there are the
lower house known as the Dewan Rakyat and the upper house known as the Dewan Negara.
JUNE 2016 (Question 1(b)
1. Discuss the application of English law in Malaysia.
English law can be comprises of two parts which is common law and equity. Common
law is the unwritten or unenacted law of England, which has been described as judge
With regards to the Malaysian legal system, discuss on the following matters:
Legislation generally refers to the laws made by a person or body which has
power to make law. While the persons who have th
CHAPTER 2: LAW OF CONTRACT
Contract is an agreement between 2 or more
parties that is legally binding on them.
ITT is an invitation from one party to another
party to make an offer.
Contract Act 1950
S. 2(h): An agreement enforceable by law.
If another pa
DEFINITION OF NI
Instrument is a document that contains the
specifics of what is promised to be paid.
Whoever possesses the instrument will be paid
the specified amount of money on the agreed
upon date, whether that is im
CHAPTER 3: HIRE PURCHASE
DEFINITION OF HIRE PURCHASE
S. 2 (1): HPA includes a letting of goods with an
option to purchase and an agreement for the
purchase of goods by installments.
Hire Purchase Act 1967
Applies to all consumer goods and motorvehicles.
Explain the classification of law:
a) International Law
Law may be classified into public, private law and international law. International law can
be further divided into public international law and private international law. Public
international law is