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Laws of Malaysia Act 611 Child Act 2001

Government of Malaysia Country Resources Child Rights Legislation Malaysia 31 December 2001 Legislation/regulation child and adolescent

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This document describes the Child Rights Act of Malaysia as it pertains to; preliminary, co-ordinating council for the protection of children, appointment of protector, etc., courts for children, children in need of care and protection, children in need of protection and rehabilitation, beyond control, trafficking in and abduction of children, institutions, criminal procedure in court for children, in the care of fit and proper person, contribution orders, investigation, arrest, search, seizure, etc., miscellaneous, savings and transitional provisions


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