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The Malaysian Judiciary: A Record from 1786 to 1993 - James Foong
The Malaysian Judiciary: A Record from 1786 to 1993 - James Foong
$37.00
Manufacturer Number: ML1714Z1
Stock Status: In Stock
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The Malaysian Judiciary: A Record from 1786 to 1993 
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James Foong

A sentimental journey by the former Federal Court judge through the annals of the Malaysian judiciary. He begins with the appointment of John Dickens in 1801, shortly after the British arrival in Penang. He had to almost make up the law as he went along. The book concludes with a description of the more formal judicial system that had bedded down some three decades after independence. Very Good Hardback in a Very Good Dust Jacket. First Edition. 119 pages with several black and white photographs and some colour photographs. 

Weight: 1 kg Post free within Malaysia

Condition: The dust jacket is protected by a plastic cover. There is small scribble in one corner of the title page. The binding is tight, text clear and there is minimal tanning throughout.