Perhaps the only question which remains is whether any public-spirited media organisation or person will take the new rules banning them to task. But then again, if the Chief Justice himself advised the Yang di-Pertuan Agong that the ban was legal, how would a suit in our courts declaring the rules unconstitutional fare?
Chen Mian Kuang considers the repercussions faced by litigants when a court does not give reasons for its decisions as well as the most common reasons offered for not giving reasons.
The 3rd grounds of judgment by Datuk Zainun bt. Ali JCA may be downloaded here. The first two grounds are found here.
Loyarburok makes available the written groudns of Dato’ Md. Raus bin Sharif JCA and Dato’ Ahmad bin Haji Maarop JCA
These are the handwritten notes of the High Court’s draft Grounds of Judgment in the MB v MB matter delivered orally on 11.5.2009, and recorded by my colleagues, Joanne Leong and Daniel Cheong, which I have vetted and edited. The learned Judge indicated that His Lordship’s full Grounds will be delivered soon. There may be […]
The RPK Grounds of Judgment by Datuk Syed Ahmad Helmy