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Gobbledegook and regurgitation galore in the 2 written judgments of the Court of Appeal in Zambry v Nizar

Prologue I shall start with an aside on the dictionary definition of the two words which feature in the title of this article. Gobbledegook means unintelligible language. Regurgitate means repeat information without understanding it. Regurgitation is the noun.

The regurgitation of not administering justice according to law in the written judgment of Nik Hashim FCJ in Jamaluddin & Ors v Sivakumar

Flashback To refresh your memory, I refer to the report in the New Straits Times of Friday, April 10, 2009: PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court has declared that three assemblymen who quit their parties are still members of the Perak state legislature. This follows an unanimous ruling by a five-men bench yesterday which ruled that the […]

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