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  • DISTRIBUTION ACT 1958

    DISTRIBUTION ACT 1958 Law regulating distribution. (1) The distribution of the movable property of a person deceased shall be regulated by the law of the country in which he was domiciled at the time of his death. (2) The distribution of the immovable property of a person deceased intestate shall be regulated by this Act ...

  • Probate and Administrator Act 1959

    Probate and Administrator Act 1959 Grant of probate to executor (1) Probate may be granted to an executor appointed by a will. (2) The appointment of an executor may be express or implied. (3) Subject to section 4, where several executors are appointed probate may be granted to them all simultaneously or at different times....

  • SMALL ESTATES (DISTRIBUTION) ACT 1955

    SMALL ESTATES (DISTRIBUTION) ACT 1955 by substituting for subsection (8) the following subsection: “(8) If the Land Administrator decides that the estate is a small estate, he shall deal with the petition in accordance with subsection 4(2) but if it appears to him that it would be more expedient for the petition to be heard ...

  • Small Estate Distribution (Admendment 2008) Act

    Small Estate Distribution (Admendment 2008) Act (1) This Part shall have effect throughout Malaysia. (2) For the purposes of this Act a small estate means an estate of a deceased person consisting wholly or partly of immovable property situated in any State and not exceeding six hundred thousand ringgit in total value. (3) For the ...

  • Trust Companies Act

    Trust Companies Act Any public company incorporated in Malaysia may apply to the Registrar to be registered as a trust company: Provided that– (a) the objects of the company are restricted to some or all of the objects set out in section 8; (b) the authorized capital of the company is not less than five ...

  • Trustee Act

    Trustee Act (1) A trustee may invest any trust funds in his hands, whether at the time in a state of investment or not, in manner following: (a) in any of the securities of the Federal Government or the Government of the State of Sabah or the State of Sarawak or of the Republic of ...

  • Trustees Incorporation Act

    Trustees Incorporation Act (1) Trustees may be appointed by any body or association of persons established for any religious, educational, literary, scientific, social or charitable purpose, and such trustees may apply, in the manner hereinafter provided, to the Minister for a certificate of registration of the trustees of such body or association of persons as ...

  • Will’s Act

    Will’s Act “will” means a declaration intended to have legal effect of the intentions of a testator with respect to his property or other matters which he desires to be carried into effect after his death and includes a testament, a codicil and an appointment by will or by writing in the nature of a ...