LAWS OF MALAYSIA
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Act 307
AVIATION OFFENCES ACT 1984
Incorporating all amendments up to 1 January 2006
PUBLISHED BY
THE COMMISSIONER OF LAW REVISION, MALAYSIA
UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE REVISION OF LAWS ACT 1968
IN COLLABORATION WITH
PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BHD
2006
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6 September1984
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LAWS OF MALAYSIA
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AVIATION OFFENCES ACT 1984
ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS
PART I
PRELIMINARY
Section
1.
Short title
2.
Interpretation
PART II
PROVISIONS TO GIVE EFFECT TO THE
CONVENTION ON OFFENCES AND CERTAIN
OTHER ACTS COMMITTED ON BOARD AIRCRAFT
SIGNED AT TOKYO ON 14 SEPTEMBER 1963
3.
Application of criminal law to aircraft
4.
Provisions as to extradition
5.
Powers of commander of aircraft
6.
Provisions as to evidence in connection with aircraft
PART III
PROVISIONS TO GIVE
EFFECT TO THE
CONVENTION FOR THE
SUPPRESSION OF
UNLAWFUL SEIZURE OF
AIRCRAFT SIGNED
AT THE HAGUE ON 16
DECEMBER 1970
7.
Hijacking
8.
Violence against passengers or crew
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PART IV
PROVISIONS TO GIVE EFFECT TO THE
CONVENTION FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF
UNLAWFUL ACTS AGAINST THE SAFETY OF
CIVIL AVIATION SIGNED AT MONTREAL
ON 23 SEPTEMBER 1971 AND THE PROTOCOL
FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF UNLAWFUL
ACTS OF VIOLENCE AT AIRPORTS SERVING
INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION,
CONCLUDED AT MONTREAL ON
24 FEBRUARY 1988
Section
9.
Destroying, damaging or endangering safety of aircraft
10.
Other acts endangering or likely to endanger the safety of aircraft
10A. Act of violence in relation to airport serving international civil aviation
PART V
MISCELLANEOUS
11.
Application
12.
Powers of Minister
13.
Abetting the commission of acts outside Malaysia
14.
Penalty
15.
Consent for prosecution
16.
Position relating to extradition where there is no arrangement
17.
Amendment of Schedule
SCHEDULE
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LAWS OF MALAYSIA
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AVIATION OFFENCES ACT 1984
An Act to give effect to the Convention on Offences and Certain
other Acts Committed on Board Aircraft signed at Tokyo on 14
September 1963, the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful
Seizure of Aircraft signed at The Hague on 16 December 1970,
the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts against the
Safety of Civil Aviation signed at Montreal on 23 September
1971, and the Protocol for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts of
Violence at Airports Serving International Civil Aviation, concluded
at Montreal on 24 Februay 1988 and for purposes connected therewith.
[3 June 1985, P.U. (B) 278/1985]
BE IT ENACTED by the Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan
Agong with the advice and consent of the Dewan Negara and
Dewan Rakyat in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of
the same, as follows:
PART I
PRELIMINARY
Short title
1.
This Act may be cited as the Aviation Offences Act 1984.
Interpretation
2. (1) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires--
"act of violence" means--
(a) any act done in Malaysia which constitutes the offence
as specified in the Schedule; and
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(b) any act done outside Malaysia which, if done in Malaysia,
would constitute such an offence as is mentioned in
paragraph (a);
"aircraft" means any aircraft, whether or not a Malaysian-
controlled aircraft, other than--
(a) a military aircraft; or
(b) an aircraft which, not being military aircraft, is exclusively
employed in the service of the Government;
"commander", in relation to an aircraft, means the member of
the crew designated as commander of that aircraft by the operator
thereof or, failing such a person, the person who is for the time
being the pilot in command of the aircraft;
"consular officer" means a consular officer of Malaysia and
includes a consul general, consul, proconsul and consular agent of
Malaysia;
"Convention country" means a country which has been declared
by the Minister, by notification published in the Gazette, to have
ratified or acceded to the Tokyo Convention, and has not been so
declared to have denounced the Tokyo Convention;
"landing" includes alighting on water;
"Malaysian-controlled aircraft" means an aircraft--
(a) which is for the time being registered in Malaysia; or
(b) which, being for the time being registered in some other
country, is for the time being chartered by demise to a
person who, or to persons each of whom, satisfies the
following requirements, namely--
(i) that he is a person qualified to be the owner of a
legal or beneficial interest in an aircraft registered
in Malaysia; and
(ii) that he resides or has his principal place of business
in Malaysia;
"military aircraft" means an aircraft of the naval, military or air
forces of any country;
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"military service" includes naval and air force services;
"operator", in relation to any aircraft at any time, means the
person who at that time has the management of that aircraft;
"pilot in command", in relation to an aircraft, means a person
who for the time being is in charge of the piloting of the aircraft
without being under the direction of any other pilot in the aircraft;
"the Convention" means--
(a) in relation to Part III, the Convention for the Suppression
of Unlawful Seizure of Aircraft signed at The Hague on
16 December 1970;
(b) in relation to Part IV, the Convention for the Suppression
of Unlawful Acts against the Safety of Civil Aviation
signed at Montreal on 23 September 1971;
"Tokyo Convention" means the Convention on Offences and
Certain other Acts Committed on Board Aircraft signed at Tokyo
on 14 September 1963;
"unlawfully"--
(a) in relation to the commission of an act in Malaysia,
means an offence that is constituted under any law in
force in Malaysia; and
(b) in relation to the commission of an act outside Malaysia,
means the commission of the act that would have been
an offence under any law in force in Malaysia had it been
committed in Malaysia.
(2) For the purposes of Part II, the period during which an
aircraft is in flight shall be deemed to include--
(a) any period from the moment when power is applied for
the purpose of the aircraft taking off on a flight until the
moment when the landing run, if any, at the termination
of that flight ends; and
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(b) for the purposes of section 5--
(i) any further period from the moment when all external
doors, if any, of the aircraft are closed following
embarkation for a flight until the moment when
any such door is opened for disembarkation after
that flight;
(ii) if the aircraft makes a forced landing, any period
thereafter until the time when competent authorities
of the country in which the forced landing takes
place take over the responsibility for the aircraft
and for the persons and property on board the aircraft
being, if the forced landing takes place in Malaysia,
the time when a police officer arrives at the place
of landing, and any references in this Act to an
aircraft in flight shall include a reference to an
aircraft during any period when it is on the surface
of the sea or land but not within the territorial
limits of any country.
(3) For the purposes of Parts III and IV--
(a) the period during which an aircraft is in flight shall be
deemed to include any period from the moment when all
its external doors are closed following embarkation until
t h e moment when any such door is opened for
disembarkation and, in the case of a forced landing, any
p e r i o d until the competent authorities take over
responsibility for the aircraft and for persons and property
on board; and
(b) an aircraft shall be taken to be in service during the
whole of the period which begins with the pre-flight
preparation of the aircraft for a flight and ends twenty-
four hours after the aircraft lands having completed that
flight, and that period shall in any event include the
entire period during which the aircraft is in flight as
specified in paragraph (a).
(4) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires, any reference
to a country or the territorial limits thereof shall be construed as
including a reference to the territorial waters, if any, of that country.
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PART II
PROVISIONS TO GIVE EFFECT TO THE CONVENTION ON
OFFENCES AND CERTAIN OTHER ACTS COMMITTED
ON BOARD AIRCRAFT SIGNED AT TOKYO ON
14 SEPTEMBER 1963
Application of criminal law to aircraft
3. ( 1 ) A n y act or omission taking place on board a
Malaysian-controlled aircraft while in flight elsewhere than in or
over Malaysia which, if taking place in Malaysia, would constitute
an offence under the law in force in Malaysia, constitutes that
offence:
Provided that this subsection shall not apply to any act or omission
which is expressly or impliedly authorized by or under that law
when taking place outside Malaysia.
(2) No proceedings for any offence under the law in force in
Malaysia committed on board an aircraft while in flight elsewhere
than in or over Malaysia shall be instituted in Malaysia except by
or with the consent of the Public Prosecutor.
(3) The provisions of subsection (2) shall not prevent the arrest,
or the issue of a warrant for the arrest, of any person in respect
of any offence, or the remanding in custody or on bail of any
person charged with any offence.
(4) For the purpose of conferring jurisdiction, any offence under
the law in force in Malaysia committed on board an aircraft in
flight shall be deemed to have been committed in Malaysia.
Provisions as to extradition
4.  For the purposes of the application of the *Extradition Act
1992 [Act 479] to crimes committed on board an aircraft in flight,
any aircraft registered in a Convention country shall, at any time
while that aircraft is in flight, be deemed to be within the jurisdiction
of that country, whether or not it is for the time being also within
the jurisdiction of any other country.
*NOTE--This Act has replaced the Extradition Ordinance 1958 [Ord. 2 of 1958] and the Commonwealth
Fugitive Criminals Act 1967 [Act 54 of 1967]see section 54 of Act 479.
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Powers of commander of aircraft
5. (1) The provisions of subsections (2), (3), (4) and (5) shall
have effect for the purposes of any proceeding before any court
in Malaysia.
(2) If the commander of an aircraft in flight, wherever that
aircraft may be, has reasonable grounds to believe in respect of
any person on board the aircraft--
(a) that the person in question has done or is about to do any
act on the aircraft while it is in flight which jeopardizes
or may jeopardize--
(i) the safety of the aircraft or of persons or property
on board the aircraft; or
(ii) good order and discipline on board the aircraft; or
(b) that the person in question has done on the aircraft while
in flight any act which in the opinion of the commanders
is a serious offence under any law in force in the country
in which the aircraft is registered, not being a law of a
p o l i t i c a l nature or based on racial or religious
discrimination,
then, subject to subsection (4), the commander may take with
respect to that person such reasonable measures, including restraint
of his person, as may be necessary--
(i) to protect the safety of the aircraft or of persons or property
on board the aircraft;
(ii) to maintain good order and discipline on board the aircraft;
or
(iii) to enable the commander to disembark or deliver that
person in accordance with subsection (5),
and, for the purposes of paragraph (b), any Malaysian-controlled
aircraft shall be deemed to be registered in Malaysia whether or
not it is in fact so registered and whether or not it is in fact
registered in some other country.
(3) Any member of the crew of an aircraft and any other person
on board the aircraft may, at the request or with the authority of
the commander of the aircraft, and any such member shall if so
required by that commander, render assistance in restraining any
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person whom the commander is entitled under subsection (2) to
restrain; and at any time when the aircraft is in flight any such
member or other person may, without obtaining the authority of
the commander, take with respect to any person on board the
aircraft any such measures as are mentioned in subsection (2)
which he has reasonable grounds to believe are immediately necessary
to protect the safety of the aircraft or of persons or property on
board the aircraft.
(4) Any restraint imposed on any person on board an aircraft
under the powers conferred by this section shall not be continued
after the time when the aircraft first ceases to be in flight unless
before or as soon as is reasonably practicable after that time the
commander of the aircraft causes notification of the fact that a
person on board the aircraft is under restraint and of the reasons
therefor to be sent to an appropriate authority of the country in
which the aircraft so ceases to be in flight, but subject to such
notification, such restraint may be continued after that time--
(a) for any period, including the period of any further flight,
between that time and the first occasion thereafter on
which the commander is able with any requisite consent
of the appropriate authorities to disembark or deliver the
person under restraint in accordance with subsection (5);
or
(b) if the person under restraint agrees to continue his journey
under restraint on board that aircraft.
(5) The commander of an aircraft--
(a) if, in the case of any person on board the aircraft, he has
reasonable grounds--
(i) to believe as mentioned in paragraph (2)(a); and
(ii) to believe that it is necessary so to do in order to
protect the safety of the aircraft or of persons or
property on board the aircraft or to maintain good
order and discipline on board the aircraft,
may disembark that person in any country in which that
aircraft may be; and
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(b) if, in the case of any person on board the aircraft, he has
reasonable grounds to believe as mentioned in paragraph
(2)(b), may deliver that person--
(i) in Malaysia to a police officer or an immigration
officer; or
(ii) in any other country which is a Convention country,
to an officer having functions corresponding to the
f u n c t i o n s either of a police officer or of an
immigration officer in Malaysia.
(6) The commander of an aircraft--
(a) if he disembarks any person in pursuance of paragraph
(5)(a) in the case of a Malaysian-controlled aircraft, in
any country or, in the case of any other aircraft, in Malaysia,
s h a l l report the fact of, and the reasons for, that
disembarkation to an appropriate authority in the country
of disembarkation; and
(b) if he intends to deliver any person in accordance with
paragraph (5)(b) in Malaysia or, in the case of a Malaysian-
controlled aircraft, in any other country which is a
Convention country, shall before or as soon as reasonably
practicable after landing give notification of his intention
and of the reasons therefor, where the country in question
is Malaysia, to a police officer or an immigration officer
or, in the case of any other country which is a Convention
country, to an officer having functions corresponding to
the functions either of a police officer or of an immigration
officer in Malaysia,
and any commander of an aircraft who without reasonable cause
fails to comply with the requirements of this subsection commits
an offence under this Act and shall be liable on conviction to a
fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit.
Provisions as to evidence in connection with aircraft
6. (1) Where in any proceeding before a court in Malaysia for an
offence committed on board an aircraft the testimony of any person
is required and the court is satisfied that the person in question
cannot be found in Malaysia, there shall be admissible in evidence
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before that court any deposition relating to the subject matter of
that proceeding previously made on oath by that person--
(a) in Malaysia which was so made in the presence or absence
of the person charged with the offence and before a
Sessions Court Judge or Magistrate; or
(b) outside Malaysia which was so made in the presence or
absence of the person charged with the offence and before
a consular officer or a judicial officer of any foreign
country.
(2) Any such deposition shall be authenticated by the signature
of the Sessions Court Judge, Magistrate, consular officer or judicial
officer before whom it was made who shall certify that the person
charged with the offence was present or absent at the taking of the
deposition.
(3) It shall not be necessary in any proceeding to prove the
signature or official character of the person appearing so to have
authenticated any such deposition or to have given such certificate,
and such certificate shall, unless the contrary is proved, be sufficient
evidence in any proceeding that the person charged with the offence
was present or absent, as the case may be, at the making of the
deposition.
(4) If a complaint is made to a consular officer that any offence
has been committed on a Malaysian-controlled aircraft while in
flight elsewhere than in or over Malaysia, that officer may inquire
into the case upon oath.
(5) In this section--
(a) the expression "deposition" includes any affidavit,
affirmation or statement made upon oath; and
(b) the expression "oath" includes an affirmation or declaration
in the case of persons allowed by law to affirm or declare
instead of swearing,
and nothing in this section shall prejudice the admission as evidence
of any deposition which is admissible in evidence apart from this
section.
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PART III
PROVISIONS TO GIVE EFFECT TO THE CONVENTION
FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF UNLAWFUL SEIZURE OF
AIRCRAFT SIGNED AT THE HAGUE ON
16 DECEMBER 1970
Hijacking
7. (1) Subject to subsection (2), a person on board an aircraft in
flight who unlawfully, by the use of force or by threats of any
kind, seizes the aircraft or exercises control of it commits the
offence of hijacking, whatever his nationality or citizenship, whatever
the State of registration of the aircraft and whether the aircraft is
in Malaysia or elsewhere.
(2) If the aircraft is used in military, customs or police service,
subsection (1) shall not apply unless--
(a) the person seizing or exercising control of the aircraft is
a citizen of Malaysia;
(b) his act is committed in or over Malaysia; or
(c) the aircraft is used in the military, customs or police
service of Malaysia
Violence against passengers or crew
8.  Any act of violence against the passengers or crew of any
aircraft in flight done by any person in connection with the offence
of hijacking committed or attempted by him on board such aircraft
shall be deemed to have been committed in Malaysia and shall
constitute an offence punishable under the law in force in Malaysia
applicable thereto, wherever the act of violence was committed,
whatever the State of registration of the aircraft and whatever the
nationality or citizenship of the person committing the act.
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PART IV
PROVISIONS TO GIVE EFFECT TO THE CONVENTION FOR
THE SUPPRESSION OF UNLAWFUL ACTS AGAINST THE
SAFETY OF CIVIL AVIATION SIGNED AT MONTREAL
ON 23 SEPTEMBER 1971 AND THE PROTOCOL FOR THE
SUPPRESSION OF UNLAWFUL ACTS OF VIOLENCE AT
AIRPORTS SERVING INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION,
CONCLUDED AT MONTREAL ON 24 FEBRUARY 1988
Destroying, damaging or endangering safety of aircraft
9. (1) Subject to subsection (4), any person who unlawfully and
intentionally--
(a) destroys an aircraft in service or so damages such aircraft
as to render it incapable of flight or as to likely endanger
its safety in flight; or
(b) commits on board an aircraft in flight any act of violence
which is likely to endanger the safety of the aircraft,
commits an offence under this Act.
(2) Subject to subsection (4), any person who unlawfully and
intentionally places or causes to be placed on an aircraft in service
any device or substance which is likely to destroy the aircraft or
is likely so to damage it as to render it incapable of flight or as
to be likely to endanger its safety in flight commits an offence
under this Act; but nothing in this subsection shall be construed
as limiting the circumstances in which the commission of any
act--
(a) may constitute an offence under subsection (1); or
(b) may constitute attempting or conspiring to commit or
abetting the commission of such offence.
(3) Except as provided by subsection (4), subsections (1) and
(2) apply whether any such act therein mentioned is committed in
Malaysia or elsewhere, whatever the State of registration of the
aircraft or whatever the nationality or citizenship of the person
committing the act.
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(4) Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply to any act committed
in relation to an aircraft used in military, customs or police service
unless--
(a) the act is committed in or over Malaysia; or
(b) where the act is committed outside Malaysia, the person
committing the act is a citizen of Malaysia.
Other acts endangering or likely to endanger the safety of
aircraft
10. (1) Subject to subsections (5) and (6), any person who unlawfully
and intentionally destroys or damages any property to which this
section applies or interferes with the operation of such property,
where the destruction, damage or interference is likely to endanger
the safety of an aircraft in flight, commits an offence under this
Act.
(2) Subsection (1) applies to any property used for the provision
of air navigation facilities including any land, building or ship so
used, and including any apparatus or equipment so used, whether
it is on board an aircraft or elsewhere.
(3) Subject to subsections (4) and (5), any person who intentionally
communicates any information which is false, misleading or deceptive
in a material particular, where the communication of the information
endangers the safety of an aircraft in flight or is likely to endanger
the safety of an aircraft in flight, commits an offence under this
Act.
(4) It shall be a defence for a person charged with an offence
under subsection (3) to prove--
(a) that he believed, and had reasonable grounds for believing,
that the information was true; or
(b) that, when he communicated the information, he was
lawfully employed to perform duties which consisted of
or included the communication of information and that
he communicated the information in good faith in the
performance of those duties.
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(5) Subsections (1) and (3) do not apply to the commission of
any act unless either the act is committed in Malaysia or, where
the act is committed outside Malaysia--
(a) the person committing the act is a citizen of Malaysia;
(b) the commission of the act endangers or is likely to endanger
the safety in flight of a civil aircraft registered in Malaysia
or chartered by demise to a lessee whose principal place
of business or, if he has no place of business, whose
permanent residence is in Malaysia;
(c) the act is committed on board a civil aircraft which is
registered or so chartered; or
(d) the act is committed on board a civil aircraft which lands
in Malaysia with the person who committed the act still
on board.
(6) Subsection (1) does not apply to any act committed outside
Malaysia and so committed in relation to property which is situated
outside Malaysia and is not used for the provision of air navigation
facilities in connection with international air navigation, unless
the person committing the act is a citizen of Malaysia.
(7) In this section, "civil aircraft" means any aircraft other than
an aircraft used in military, customs or police service.
Act of violence in relation to airport serving international civil
aviation
10A. (1) Subject to subsection (3), a person commits an offence
under this Act if he unlawfully and intentionally, using any device,
substance or weapon--
(a) commits an act of violence against a person at an airport
serving international civil aviation that causes or is likely
to couse serious injury or death; or
(b) destroys or seriously damages any facility of an airport
serving international civil aviation or aircraft not in service
located at the airport or disrupts the services of the airport,
and such an act endangers or is likely to endanger safety at that
airport.
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(2) Except as provided by subsection (3), subsection (1) applies
whether any of the acts mentioned in subsection (1) is committed
in Malaysia or elsewhere, whatever the State of registration of the
aircraft or whatever the nationality or citizenship of the person
committing the act.
(3) Subsection (1) does not apply to any act committed in relation
to an aircraft used in military, customs or police service unless--
(a) the act is committed in Malaysia; or
(b) where the act is committed outside Malaysia, the person
committing the act is a citizen of Malaysia.
PART V
MISCELLANEOUS
Application
11. (1) Section 12 shall only apply to Part II.
(2) Sections 13 to 17 and the Schedule shall only apply to Parts
III and IV.
Powers of Minister
12. (1) If the Minister is satisfied that the requirements of Article
18 of the Tokyo Convention have been satisfied, which Article
makes provision as to the country which is to be treated as the
country of registration of certain aircraft operated by joint air
transport organizations or international operating agencies established
by two or more Convention countries, the Minister may, by
notification published in the Gazette, provide that, for the purposes
of this Act, such aircraft as may be specified in the notification
shall be treated as registered in such Convention country as may
be so specified.
(2) The Minister may make such regulations as appear to him
to be necessary for carrying out or giving effect to the provisions
of the Tokyo Convention.
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Abetting the commission of acts outside Malaysia
13.  Any person in Malaysia who abets the commission elsewhere
of any act which--
(a) would, but for subsection 7(2), constitute the offence of
hijacking;
(b) would, but for subsection 9(4), be an offence under that
section 9;
(c) would, but for subsection 10(5) or (6), be an offence
under section 10; or
(d) would, but for subsection 10A(3), be an offence under
section 10A,
commits an offence under this Act.
Penalty
14.  Any person who commits an offence under this Act shall be
liable on conviction to imprisonment for life.
Consent for prosecution
15. (1) No prosecution shall be instituted under this Act without
the written consent of the Public Prosecutor.
(2) Notwithstanding that consent has not been given in relation
t o the offence in accordance with the provisions of
subsection (1)--
(a) a person may be arrested for an offence under this Act;
(b) a warrant for the arrest of any person in respect of any
offence under this Act may be issued and executed;
(c) a person may be charged with an offence under this Act;
and
(d) a person charged with any offence under this Act may
be remanded in custody or granted bail,
but no further steps in the proceedings in relation to the offence
shall be taken until the Public Prosecutor's consent has been obtained.
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Position relating to extradition where there is no arrangement
16. (1) Where there is no arrangement relating to extradition in
force between Malaysia and a State which is a party to the Convention,
the Convention may be regarded to have effect as if it were an
arrangement relating to extradition between Malaysia and the State
for purposes of the application of the *Extradition Act 1992, to
such State.
(2) Where the *Extradition Act 1992 is applied pursuant to
subsection (1), it shall have effect as if the only extradition crimes
within the meaning of the Act were offences under this Act and
attempts to commit such offences.
(3) For the purposes of the *Extradition Act 1992 any act,
wherever committed which--
(a) is an offence under this Act or an attempt to commit such
an offence, or would be such an offence or attempt but
for subsection 7(2), 9(4) or 10(5) or (6); and
(b) is an offence against the law of any State in respect of
which the *Extradition Act 1992 have already been made
applicable,
shall be deemed to be an offence within the jurisdiction of that
State.
Amendment of Schedule
17.  The Minister may amend the Schedule by order from time
to time.
SCHEDULE
An act done in Malaysia which constitutes the offence of murder, attempted
murder, culpable homicide not amounting to murder, voluntarily causing grievous
hurt, voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or means, or an offence
under--
(a) section 3 or 4 of the Corrosive and Explosive Substances and Offensive
Weapons Act 1958 [Act 357];
(b) subsection 32(1) or section 37 of the Arms Act 1960 [Act 206];
(c) section 6 or 7 of the Explosives Act 1957 [Act 207];
(d) section 3 of the Kidnapping Act 1961 [Act 365].
*NOTE--This Act has replaced the Extradition Ordinance 1958 [Ord. 2 of 1958] and the Commonwealth
Fugitive Criminals Act 1967 [Act 54 of 1967]see section 54 of Act 479.
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AVIATION OFFENCES ACT 1984
LIST OF AMENDMENTS
Amending law
Short title
In force from
Act A671
Subordinate Courts (Amendment)
22-05-1987
Act 1987
Act A1253
Aviation offences (Amendment)
30-09-2005
Act 2005
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AVIATION OFFENCES ACT 1984
LIST OF SECTIONS AMENDED
Section
Amending Authority
In force from
Long title
Act A1253
30-09-2005
2
Act A1253
30-09-2005
6
Act A671
22-05-1987
Heading of Part IV
Act A1253
30-09-2005
10A
Act A1253
30-09-2005
13
Act A1253
30-09-2005
DICETAK OLEH
PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BERHAD,
KUALA LUMPUR
BAGI PIHAK DAN DENGAN PERINTAH KERAJAAN MALAYSIA