Surinder Singh Kanda v. The Government of the Federation of Malaya

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Surinder Singh Kanda v. The Government of the Federation of Malaya (1962) 28 MLJ 169.

Background[edit]

Officer Surinder Singh Kanda " was supplied with a report of the board of inquiry. The question arose whether the hearing by adjudicating officer was vitiated by Insp. Kanda not being given any opportunity of correcting or contradicting the report."[1]

Findings[edit]

Lord Denning noted that

It also defined constitutional rights

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ang- vs -The Royal Malaysian Police Commission - Court of Appeals, Malaysia
  2. ^ Selangor- vs-Sagong Tasi - COURT OF APPEAL, MALAYSIA
  3. ^ DALAM MAHKAMAH PERSEKUTUAN DI KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian Courts Of Malaysia

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