The All Malaysia Tax Cases (AMTC) reports revenue law cases decided in Malaysia commencing from the Special Commissioners of Income Tax, up to the High Court, the Court of Appeal and the Federal Court.
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It is the first of its kind in attempting to report all revenue cases decided in Malaysia, complemented by a complete yet concise case summary of each decision highlighting the legal principles involved, and the application of the legislation relevant to the issues in contention.
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Wherever applicable, cross-references are made to the corresponding appeal to the higher courts and its final decision. It includes a wide spectrum of tax law ranging from income tax, real property gains tax, investment incentives, stamp duty, Labuan tax etc. AMTC is a must for those in the legal accounting field, legal practice as well as academics and students pursuing their education in accounting and tax, as it will help with research and enable the proper application and understanding of the legal issues that arise.
Clear headnotes which provides a quick summary of the case
AMTC 2017 e-ISBN: 9789672187547 Pub Date: November 2018 List Price: RM 420.00 (CLICK HERE)
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AMTC 2015 - 2016
ISBN: 9789672187110 Pub Date: June 2018 List Price: RM 420.00 (CLICK HERE)
AMTC 1937 - 2017 Full Set 11 Volumes
ISBN: 9789832631453 Pub Date: December 2018 List Price: RM3,299.00 (CLICK HERE)
About the Editor...
Choong Kwai Fatt, PhD, is a tax specialist and tax advocate in Malaysia. He practises law at "Kwai Fatt & Associates", which specialises in income tax, goods and services tax (GST) and company law matters. Dr Choong was an associate professor at the University of Malaya for 19 years. He has published a total of 6 books on company law, 60 books on Malaysian taxation, including 10 on the Goods and Services Tax (GST). His research has been quoted in many tax cases before the High Court and the Special Commissioners of Income Tax.
"A commentary on a legislative document such as our Code requires extensive research. It requires mastery of the decisions of Indian Courts as well as our own. Also, it has to be informative and readable at the same time. Srimurugan's work meets all these requirements. This 2nd edition of his work contains more information than its elder sister. The author has taken pains to formulate propositions established by the several authorities in the language of the judgments delivered in those cases."
From the Foreword by Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram, former Federal Court Judge.
NEW IN THIS EDITION: Developments in the law arising from key amendments to the Criminal Procedure Code which came into force on March 1, 2017 covering matters below;
trial in the absence of an accused person
provision protecting the identity of a witness testifying
evidence of a protected witness to be take through special procedure
introduction of new offences into the Penal Code
abolishment of whipping of a child offender as provided by the Child (Amendment) Act 2016 Act (Act A1511)
Appendices containing recent selected Practice Directions and commentary on criminal appeals to the Court of Appeal as well as to the Federal Court
Written by an experienced criminal law practitioner, the latest edition of this book makes available clear and detailed section-by-section commentary on the Criminal Procedure Code. The principles of law developed through cases over the years are carefully distilled and summarised for the easy guidance of users.
The provisions of the Code are fully up-to-date and cross-references guide users through the intricacies of the working of the Code. The commentary is presented in a readable manner and contains significant recent court decisions and new legislative development, incorporating changes made by the Criminal Procedure Code (Amendment) Act 2016 (Act A1521).
Clear and detailed section-by-section commentary on the Criminal Procedure Code
Important and applicable principles outlined, supported by relevant authorities
Comparison with Indian Code of Criminal Procedure and case law from India, Singapore and other Commonwealth jurisdictions where relevant
Includes historical background and cross references to other legislative provisions complementing the Criminal Procedure Code
Selected Practice Directions referred to in the commentary supplied for ease of reference
Appendices setting out commentary on criminal appeals to the Court of Appeal as well as to the Federal Court
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