Past Semester Questions


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a) The Parliament of Malaysia is vested with the powers to legislate law. Explain the procedure of the law-making process before any law is passed by the Parliament. (20 marks)
b) With regards to sources of the Malaysian Legal System, discuss the doctrine of judicial precedent. (5 marks)


a) Explain the rules in Hyde v. Wrench (1840) 49 ER 132 under the law of contract. (10 marks)
b) Ahmad proposed to sell his house to Badri for RM 100,000 on 1st August 2011.

It was agreed by both parties that acceptance of the proposal was to be completed on or before 25th August 2011. They also agreed to use the post as the mode of communication. Badri then sent a notice of acceptance to Ahmad through a registered post on 20th August 2011. However, the notice was only received by Ahmad on 27th August 2011. Ahmad then refused to sell the house to Badri. Badri intends to sue Ahmad for breach of contract. Advise Badri on the matter. (15 marks)
With regards to the law of agency, discuss the following:

a) Creation of agency by necessity. (15 marks)
b) Termination of agency by operation of law 10 marks)


a) Irene went to Cantikmuka, a shop selling cosmetic products, to buy a set of blusher. The sales assistant, Janet recommended a particular type of blusher, said to be the best in the market, and imported from France. Irene told Janet that she was suffering from dermatitis, a skin disease that made her skin very sensitive. Janet told Irene that the blusher was suitable for her and relying on Janet’s expertise, Irene bought the blusher. Unfortunately, when Irene used it for the very first time, nasty rashes appeared on her face. Irene now intends to sue Janet and Cantikmuka. Advise Irene on the matter. (15 marks)
b) Explain the remedies of a buyer when there is a breach of contract under the Sale of Goods Act 1957. (10 marks)

Fazil entered into a hire purchase agreement under the Hire-Purchase Act 1967 to purchase a Honda City. Bahrain, the dealer told Fazril that the car was in good condition. Fazil then purchased the car. With respect to the provisions of the Hire-Purchase Act 1967, advise Fazril on the following matters:

a) Fazil wishes to let his younger sister, Fazreen, continue with the hire-purchase agreement. 9 marks)
b) Fazil wishes to shorten the duration of the hire purchase agreement. (8 marks)
c) Fazil wishes to know the current financial status of the hire purchase agreement from the owner. (8 marks)

Discuss the definition and characteristics of a bill of exchange under the Bills of Exchange Act 1949. (25 marks)
By reference to section 16(5) of the Companies Act 1965, discuss the effects of incorporation. (25 marks)

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