Companies Commission of Malaysia
LAWS OF MALAYSIA
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Act 614
COMpAnIeS COMMISSIOn OF
MALAYSIA ACt 2001
Incorporating all amendments up to 1 January 2006
published by
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undeR the authoRity of the Revision of laws aCt 968
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LAWS OF MALAYSIA
Act 614
COMpAnIeS COMMISSIOn OF MALAYSIA
ACt 2001
aRRanGement of seCtions
Part i
pReliminaRy
section
.
short title and commencement
.
interpretation
Part ii
the Commission
.
establishment of the Commission
4.
vesting provisions
5.
Common seal
6.
membership of the Commission
7.
tenure of office
8.
Revocation and resignation
9.
vacation of office
0.
Remuneration or allowance
.
the Chief executive officer and directors
.
meetings
.
the Commission may invite others to meetings
4.
power of minister to give directions and require information
5.
disclosure of interest
6.
minutes
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Part iii
funCtions and poweRs of the Commission
section
7.
functions of the Commission
8.
powers of the Commission
9.
the Commission may establish committees
0.
delegation of the Commission's functions or powers
Part iv
pRovisions RelatinG to employees
.
employment of Government employees
.
appointment of other employees, agents and consultants
.
Regulations with respect to employment
4.
Continuation and completion of disciplinary proceedings
5.
protection from personal liability
6.
public servants
7.
public authorities protection act 948
Part v
finanCe
8.
the fund
9.
expenditure to be charged on the fund
0.
preparation of estimates
.
Conservation of the fund
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accounts and reports
.
power to borrow
4.
investment
5.
payment to the federal Consolidated fund
Part vi
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6.
institution of prosecution
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section
7.
proceedings conducted by officers of Commission
8.
obligation of secrecy
9.
power of minister to amend the first and second schedules
40.
Regulations
First schedule
second schedule
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LAWS OF MALAYSIA
Act 614
COMpAnIeS COMMISSIOn OF MALAYSIA ACt 2001
an act to establish the Companies Commission of malaysia, to
provide for its functions and powers and for matters connected
therewith.
[16 April 2002, P.U. (B) 127/2002]
enACteD by the parliament of malaysia as follows:
Part i
pReliminaRy
Short title and commencement
1. () this act may be cited as the Companies Commission of
malaysia act 00.
() this act comes into operation on a date to be appointed
by the minister by notification in the Gazette, and the minister
may appoint different dates for different provisions of this act.
Interpretation
2. in this act, unless the context otherwise requires--
"this act" includes any subsidiary legislation made under this
act;
"member" means a member of the Commission and includes
the Chairman;
"rights" means all rights, powers, privileges and immunities,
whether actual, contingent or prospective;
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"property" includes all property, movable and immovable,
and all estates, interests, easements or rights, whether equitable
or legal in, to or out of property, choses-in-action, money and
goodwill;
"committee" means any committee established by the Commission
under section 9;
"Chief executive officer" means the Chief executive officer
appointed under section ;
"fund" means the fund established under section 8;
"liabilities" means liabilities, debts, charges, duties and obligations
of every description whether present or future, actual or contingent,
and whether payable or to be observed or performed in malaysia
or elsewhere;
"minister" means the minister for the time being charged with
the responsibility for the registration of companies, trust companies
and businesses;
"Registrar of businesses" means the Registrar of businesses
under the Registration of businesses act 956 [Act 197];
"Registrar of Companies" means the Registrar of Companies
under the Companies act 965 [Act 125];
"Chairman" means the Chairman appointed under section 6;
"corporation" has the meaning assigned to it in the Companies
act 965;
"business" has the meaning assigned to it in the Registration
of businesses act 956;
"Commission" means the Companies Commission of malaysia
established under section ;
"company" has the meaning assigned to it in the Companies
act 965;
"vesting date" means the date on which property, rights and
liabilities specified by the minister in the order under subsection
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4(), to which the Government of malaysia, the Registrar of
Companies and the Registrar of businesses were entitled or
subject to, are transferred to and vested in the Commission;
"appointed date" means the date on which this act comes into
force;
"vested", in relation to property, includes having rights to
property which are future or contingent and rights in reversion
and remainder.
Part ii
the Commission
establishment of the Commission
3. () a body corporate by the name of "Companies Commission
of malaysia" is established.
() the Commission shall have perpetual succession and a
common seal.
() the Commission may sue and be sued in its name.
(4) subject to and for the purposes of this act, the Commission
may, upon such terms as the Commission deems fit--
(a) enter into contracts;
(b) acquire, purchase, take, hold and enjoy movable and
immovable property of every description; and
(c) convey, assign, surrender, yield up, charge, mortgage,
demise, reassign, transfer, or otherwise dispose of, or
deal with, any movable or immovable property or any
interest in such property vested in the Commission.
Vesting provisions
4. () subject to this act, the minister may, from time to time,
by order published in the Gazette, appoint a vesting date and on
such date all property of the Government of malaysia and all the
rights or liabilities of the Government of malaysia, the Registrar
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of Companies and the Registrar of businesses specified by the
minister in such order shall, by virtue of this act, be transferred to
and vested in the Commission without any conveyance, assignment
or transfer.
() every property vested by virtue of subsection () in the
Commission shall be so vested in the Commission for the like
title, estate or interest and on the like tenure as the property was
vested or held immediately before the vesting date.
() every chose-in-action vested by virtue of subsection () in
the Commission may, on and after the vesting date, be sued on,
recovered or enforced by the Commission in its own name and
it shall not be necessary for the Commission, the Government
of malaysia, the Registrar of Companies or the Registrar of
businesses to give notice to the person bound by the chose-in-
action of the vesting effected under subsection ().
(4) every right and liability vested by virtue of subsection ()
in the Commission may, on and after the vesting date, be sued
on, recovered or enforced by the Commission in its own name
and it shall not be necessary for the Commission, the Government
of malaysia, the Registrar of Companies or the Registrar of
businesses to give notice to the person whose right or liability
is affected by the vesting effected under subsection ().
(5) any pending legal proceedings by or against the Government
of malaysia, the Registrar of Companies or the Registrar of
businesses which relate to any property, right or liability transferred
to and vested in the Commission by virtue of subsection ()
may, on and after the vesting date, be continued by or against
the Commission.
(6) in the case of rights and liabilities arising under any loans
which are vested in the Commission on the vesting date, the
Commission may enter into such arrangements or agreements
over such rights and liabilities with the Government of malaysia
or any other party.
(7) on and after the vesting date, any agreement relating to
any property, rights and liabilities transferred to and vested in
the Commission under subsection () to which the Government
of malaysia, the Registrar of Companies or the Registrar of
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whether in writing or not, and whether or not of such a nature
that rights and liabilities under the agreement could be assigned
by the Government of malaysia, the Registrar of Companies or
the Registrar of businesses, shall have effect as if the Commission
had been a party to the agreement.
Common seal
5. () the common seal of the Commission shall bear such
device as the Commission may approve and such seal may, from
time to time, be broken, changed, altered and made anew as the
Commission thinks fit.
() the common seal shall be kept in the custody of the
Chairman or any other person authorized by the Commission,
and shall be authenticated by either the Chairman or by such
authorized person or by any officer authorized by the Chairman
in writing.
() all deeds, documents and other instruments purporting to
be sealed with the common seal and authenticated in accordance
with subsection () shall, until the contrary is proved, be deemed
to have been validly executed.
(4) the common seal of the Commission shall be officially
and judicially noticed.
Membership of the Commission
6. () the Commission shall consist of the following members
who shall be appointed by the minister:
(a) a Chairman;
(b) the Chief executive officer; and
(c) not less than five and not more than seven other persons,
three of whom shall be from the public service.
() the members appointed under paragraph ()(c) other than
those who are from the public service shall be qualified persons
as defined in the legal profession act 976 [Act 166] or persons
who possess relevant knowledge or experience in commercial or
company matters.
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tenure of office
7. subject to such conditions as may be specified in his instrument
of appointment, a member of the Commission shall, unless he
sooner resigns or vacates his office or his appointment is sooner
revoked, hold office for a term not exceeding three years and is
eligible for reappointment.
Revocation and resignation
8. () the appointment of any member of the Commission may,
at any time, be revoked by the minister without assigning any
reason for the revocation.
() a member may resign his office by giving notice in writing
to the minister.
Vacation of office
9. the office of a member of the Commission shall be
vacated--
(a) if he dies;
(b) if he has been convicted of any offence and sentenced to
imprisonment for a term of not less than four months;
(c) if he becomes a bankrupt;
(d) if he is of unsound mind or is otherwise incapable of
discharging his duties; or
(e) if he absents himself from three consecutive meetings of
the Commission without the leave of the Chairman or,
in the case of the Chairman, without the leave of the
minister.
Remuneration or allowance
10. members of the Commission and any person invited to attend
any meeting or deliberation of the Commission under section 
may be paid such remuneration or allowance as the minister may
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the Chief executive Officer and Directors
11. () the minister shall appoint--
(a) a person who is a qualified person as defined in the legal
profession act 976 or who possesses relevant knowledge
or experience in commercial or company matters to be
the Chief executive officer of the Commission; and
(b) two persons, who shall be known as directors, to be
deputies to the Chief executive officer,
on such terms and conditions as the minister may determine, for
the proper administration of this act and the laws specified in the
first schedule, and may revoke the appointment of any person
so appointed without assigning any reason for the revocation.
() the Chief executive officer shall be responsible for the
day-to-day administration of the Commission.
() the directors shall be subject to the direction and control
of the Chief executive officer and they may perform all the
duties of the Chief executive officer under this act and the laws
specified in the first schedule as may be specified by the Chief
executive officer.
(4) in the event that the Chief executive officer is temporarily
unable to perform his duties due to illness or any other cause,
either of the directors may attend any meeting of the Commission
or any committee in his place.
Meetings
12. () the Commission shall meet as often as may be necessary
for the performance of its functions.
() the quorum of the meeting shall be five.
() if on a question to be determined by the Commission there
is an equality of votes, the Chairman shall have a casting vote.
(4) if the Chairman is absent or unable to act due to illness or
any other cause, any member of the Commission other than the
Chief executive officer may be elected by the members present
to preside over the meeting.
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(5) subject to the provisions of this act, the Commission shall
determine its own procedure.
the Commission may invite others to meetings
13. the Commission may invite any person to attend any meeting
or deliberation of the Commission for the purpose of advising
it on any matter under discussion, but any person so attending
shall have no right to vote at the meeting or deliberation.
p o w e r o f M i n i s t e r t o g i v e d i r e c t i o n s a n d re q u i r e
information
14. () the minister may, from time to time, give to the
Commission directions of a general character consistent with the
provisions of this act relating to the Commission's functions, and
the Commission shall give effect to such directions.
() the Commission shall furnish the minister with such returns,
accounts and information with respect to the performance of any
of its functions under this act or the laws specified in the first
schedule as the minister may, from time to time, require.
Disclosure of interest
15. () a member of the Commission or any committee who
has or acquires a direct or indirect interest by himself, a member
of his family or his associate in relation to any matter under
discussion by the Commission or committee shall disclose to the
Commission or committee, as the case may be, the fact of his
interest and its nature.
() a disclosure under subsection () shall be recorded in
the minutes of the meeting of the Commission or committee, as
the case may be, in which the matter is discussed and, after the
disclosure, the member--
(a) shall be disregarded for the purpose of constituting a
quorum of the meeting of the Commission or committee,
as the case may be; and
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(b) shall not take part in or be present during any discussion
or decision of the Commission or committee, as the case
may be,
when the matter is discussed or decided upon.
() any member of the Commission or committee who fails to
disclose his interest as required under subsection () commits an
offence and shall be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding
one hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not
exceeding three years or to both.
(4) no act or proceeding of the Commission or committee shall
be invalidated on the ground that any member of the Commission
or committee has contravened the provisions of this section.
(5) for the purpose of this section--
(a) "a member of his family", in relation to a member of the
Commission or a committee, includes--
(i) his spouse;
(ii) his parent (including a parent of his spouse);
(iii) his child (including an adopted child or
stepchild);
(iv) his brother or sister (including a brother or sister
of his spouse); and
(v) a spouse of his child, brother and sister; and
(b) "associate", in relation to a member of the Commission
or a committee, means--
(i) any person who is a nominee or an employee of
such member;
(ii) any firm of which such member or any nominee
of his is a partner;
(iii) a partner of such member;
(iv) a trustee of a trust under which such member or
a member of his family is a beneficiary; or
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(v) any corporation within the meaning of the Companies
act 965, of which such member or any nominee
of his or a member of his family is a director or
has a controlling interest or shares to the total
value of not less than thirty percent of the total
issued capital of the corporation.
Minutes
16. () the Commission and every committee shall cause
minutes of all their meetings to be maintained and kept in a
proper form.
() any minutes made of meetings of the Commission or a
committee, if duly signed, shall, in any proceedings, be admissible
as prima facie evidence of the facts stated in it and every meeting
of the Commission or a committee in respect of the proceedings
of which minutes have been so made shall be deemed to have
been duly convened and held and all members at the meeting to
have been duly qualified to act.
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funCtions and poweRs of the Commission
Functions of the Commission
17. the functions of the Commission shall be--
(a) to ensure that the provisions of this act and the laws
specified in the first schedule are administered, enforced,
given effect to, carried out and complied with;
(b) to act as agent of the Government and to provide services
in administering, collecting and enforcing payment of
prescribed fees or any other charges under the laws
specified in the first schedule;
(c) to regulate matters relating to corporations, companies
and businesses in relation to the laws specified in the
first schedule;
(d) to encourage and promote proper conduct amongst directors,
secretaries, managers and other officers of a corporation,
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and self-regulation by corporations, companies, businesses,
industry groups and professional bodies in the corporate
sector in order to ensure that all corporate and business
activities are conducted in accordance with established
norms of good corporate governance;
(e) to enhance and promote the supply of corporate information
under any laws specified in the first schedule and to
create and develop a facility whereby any corporate
information received by, or filed or lodged with, the
Commission may be analysed and supplied to the
public;
(f) to carry out research and commission studies on any
matter relating to corporate and business activities;
(g) to advise the minister generally on matters relating to
corporations, companies and businesses in relation to
the laws specified in the first schedule; and
(h) to carry out all such activities and do all such things
as are necessary or advantageous and proper for the
administration of the Commission, or for such other
purpose as may be directed by the minister.
powers of the Commission
18. () the Commission shall have the power to do all things
necessary or expedient for or in connection with the performance
of its functions.
() without prejudice to the generality of subsection (), the
powers of the Commission shall include power--
(a) to utilize all the property of the Commission, movable
and immovable, in such manner as the Commission
may think expedient including the raising of loans by
mortgaging such property;
(b) to impose fees or charges for services rendered by the
Commission as may be prescribed by the minister by
regulations made under section 40;
(c) to appoint such agents, experts or consultants as it
deems fit to assist the Commission in the exercise of
its functions;
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(d) to grant loans to employees of the Commission for such
purposes as may be approved by the minister;
(e) to formulate and implement human resource development
and funding and cooperation programmes for the proper
and effective performance of its functions;
(f) to cooperate with any corporate body or government
agency for the purpose of performing the Commission's
functions; and
(g) to do anything incidental to any of its functions and
powers.
() the Commission shall have all such powers as may be
necessary for or in connection with, or reasonably incidental to,
the performance of its functions under the laws specified in the
first schedule.
(4) for the avoidance of doubt it is declared that the powers
of the Commission shall not include the powers of the Chief
executive officer as provided in the laws specified in the first
schedule.
the Commission may establish committees
19. () the Commission may establish such committees as it
considers necessary or expedient to assist it in the performance
of its functions under this act.
() members of a committee established under subsection ()
may be appointed from amongst members of the Commission or
such other persons as the Commission thinks fit.
() persons who are disqualified from being members of the
Commission under section 9 shall also be disqualified from being
members of a committee.
(4) a member of a committee shall hold office for such term
as may be specified in his letter of appointment and is eligible
for reappointment.
(5) the Commission may revoke the appointment of any
member of a committee without assigning any reason for the
revocation.
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(6) a member of a committee may resign by giving notice in
writing to the Chairman.
(7) a committee established under this section may elect
any of its members to be chairman and may regulate its own
procedure, and in the exercise of its powers such committee shall
be subject to and act in accordance with any direction given to
the committee by the Commission.
(8) the members of a committee or any person invited to
attend any meeting of a committee may be paid such allowances
and other expenses as the Commission may determine.
(9) meetings of a committee shall be held at such times and
places as the chairman of the committee may, subject to subsection
(7), determine.
Delegation of the Commission's functions or power
20. () the Commission may delegate any of its functions or
powers to any committee established under section 9 as it may
deem necessary or desirable.
() any function or power delegated under this section--
(a) may be so delegated subject to such conditions or restictions
as the Commission may either generally or specifically
impose; and
(b) shall be exercised by the committee in the name and on
behalf of the Commission.
() a delegation under this section shall not preclude the
Commission itself from performing or exercising at any time any
of the functions or powers so delegated.
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employment of Government employees
21. () the Commission shall, on the appointed date, accept into
its employment every person who immediately before that date
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was employed in the office of the Registrar of Companies and
the Registrar of businesses and who was given an option by the
Government of malaysia and has opted to serve as an employee
of the Commission.
() every such person who opts under subsection () to serve
as an employee of the Commission shall be employed by the
Commission on terms and conditions of service not less favourable
than the terms and conditions of service to which he was entitled
immediately before the appointed date.
() until such time as the terms and conditions of service of its
employees are drawn up by the Commission, the scheme and terms
and conditions of service of employees of the Government shall
continue to apply to every person employed by the Commission
under subsection ().
(4) the minister may by order make such modifications as
may be necessary to the scheme and terms and conditions referred
to in subsection () for the purpose of removing difficulties as a
consequence of the provisions of that subsection.
Appointment of other employees, agents and consultants
22. () the Commission may, from time to time, appoint and
employ on such terms and conditions as the Commission may
think fit such other employees as may be necessary for the proper
administration of this act and the laws specified in the first
schedule.
() the Commission may appoint and employ agents and
consultants to transact any business or to do any act required to
be transacted or done in the execution of its functions or for the
better carrying into effect the purposes of this act.
Regulations with respect to employment
23. () the Commission may, from time to time, make
regulations with respect to the employment of employees of the
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() the regulations made under this section may include
provisions for--
(a) the manner of appointment, and the terms and conditions
of service of the employees of the Commission; and
(b) the payment of gratuities, pensions and other benefits to
the employees of the Commission.
Continuation and completion of disciplinary proceedings
24. () where on the appointed date any disciplinary proceedings
are pending or exist against any employee of the Government who
has opted into the service of the Commission, such proceedings
shall be continued and completed by the Commission, and the
law applicable to such employee immediately before the appointed
date in relation to such proceedings shall apply to the proceedings
continued and completed under this section.
() an order, ruling or direction made or given by a disciplinary
authority of the Commission pursuant to this section shall in
respect of such employee have the same force and effect as
an order, ruling or direction made or given by the disciplinary
authority, disciplinary board or disciplinary appeal board, as
the case may be, under the laws referred to in subsection ().
() the minister may by order make such modifications to
the laws referred to in subsection () in their application to such
employee as may be necessary for the purpose of removing difficulties
as a consequence of the provisions of that subsection.
protection from personal liability
25. no suit or other legal proceedings shall lie personally against
any member or employee of the Commission or any other person
under the direction of the Commission for anything which is
done or intended to be done in good faith in the execution or
purported execution of this act or any of the laws specified in
the first schedule.
public servants
26. all members of the Commission or any of its committees or
any officer, servant or agent of the Commission while discharging
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their duties as such member, officer, servant or agent shall be
deemed to be public servants within the meaning of the penal
Code [Act 574].
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27. the public authorities protection act 948 [Act 198] shall
apply to any action, suit, prosecution or proceedings against
the Commission or employees or agents of the Commission in
respect of any act, neglect or default done or committed by him
in such capacity or in the capacity of the officers as described
in the laws specified in the first schedule.
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the Fund
28. () a fund for the purposes of this act, to be administered
and controlled by the Commission, is established.
() the fund shall consist of--
(a) all moneys received by the Commission for services
rendered by the Commission to the Government or for
services rendered by the Commission to any person;
(b) all moneys received by the Commission by way of
grants;
(c) all moneys derived from the disposal, lease or hire of,
or any other dealing with, any property vested in or
acquired by the Commission;
(d) all moneys derived as income from investments by the
Commission;
(e) all moneys borrowed by the Commission under this act;
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expenditure to be charged on the Fund
29. the fund shall be expended for the purpose of--
(a) paying any expenditure lawfully incurred by the Commission,
including legal fees and costs and other fees and costs,
and the remuneration of employees of the Commission,
including the granting of loans, superannuation allowances,
pensions or gratuities;
(b) paying any other expenses, costs or expenditure properly
incurred or accepted by the Commission in the performance
of its functions or the exercise of its powers under this
act;
(c) purchasing or hiring equipment, machinery and materials,
acquiring land and erecting buildings, and carrying out
any other works and undertakings in the performance
of its functions or the exercise of its powers under this
act;
(d) repaying any moneys borrowed under this act and the
interest due on it; and
(e) generally, paying any expenses for carrying into effect
the provisions of this act.
preparation of estimates
30. () the expenditure of the Commission up to such amount
as may be authorized by the Commission for any one year shall
be defrayed out of the fund.
() before the beginning of each financial year, an estimate
of the expenditure for the following financial year in such form
and containing such particulars as the minister may direct shall
be submitted by the Commission to the minister for his approval,
and the minister shall, before the beginning of that following
financial year, notify the Commission of the amount authorized
for expenditure generally or of the amounts authorized for each
description of expenditure.
() the Commission may, at any time, submit to the minister a
supplementary estimate for any one financial year and the minister
may allow the whole or any part of the additional expenditure
included in it.
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Conservation of the Fund
31. it shall be the duty of the Commission to conserve the fund
by so performing its functions and exercising its powers under
this act as to secure that the total revenues of the Commission
are sufficient to meet all sums properly chargeable to its revenue
account, including depreciation and interest on capital, taking one
year with another.
Accounts and reports
32. () the Commission shall cause proper accounts of the fund
and proper reports of its activities to be kept and shall, as soon
as practicable after the end of each financial year, cause to be
prepared--
(a) a statement of accounts of the Commission which shall
include a balance sheet and an account of income and
expenditure; and
(b) a statement of its activities,
for that financial year.
() the Commission shall as soon as possible send a copy of
the statement of accounts certified by the auditors and a copy of
the auditor's report to the minister who shall cause them to be
laid before both houses of parliament.
() the statutory bodies (accounts and annual Reports) act
980 [Act 240] shall apply to the Commission.
power to borrow
33. () the Commission may, from time to time, with the prior
approval of the minister and the minister of finance, borrow, at
such rate of interest and for such period and upon such terms
as to the time and method of repayment and otherwise as the
minister and the minister of finance may approve, any sums
required by the Commission for meeting any of its obligations
or performing any of its functions under this act.
() the Commission may, from time to time, with the approval
of the minister, borrow money by the issue of bonds, debentures,
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debenture stocks or such other securities upon such terms as it
deems expedient for meeting any of its obligations or performing
any of its functions under this act.
Investment
34. the moneys of the Commission may, in so far as they are
not required to be expended by the Commission under this act,
be invested in such manner as the Commission deems fit.
payment to the Federal Consolidated Fund
35. () the Commission shall pay to the federal Consolidated
fund an amount equivalent to fifty per cent of the total annual
revenue of the Commission at such time and in such manner as
may be determined by the minister of finance.
() the minister of finance after consultation with the minister
may, by order published in the Gazette, vary the percentage in
subsection ().
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Institution of prosecution
36. no prosecution for any offence under this act and the laws
specified in the first schedule shall be instituted except by or
with the consent in writing of the public prosecutor.
proceedings conducted by officers of Commission
37. a legal officer as defined in the Government proceedings
act 956 [Act 359] or a legal officer of the Commission who
has been admitted as an advocate and solicitor under the legal
profession act 976 may appear in any civil proceedings involving
the Commission or any person holding any of the offices specified
in the second schedule in the performance of his functions under
any written law specified in the first schedule and may make
and do all acts and applications in respect of such proceedings
on behalf of the Commission or such person, as the case may
be.
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Obligation of secrecy
38. () except as provided in this act or for the purpose of any
civil or criminal proceedings under any written law, no member,
officer, employee or agent of the Commission, whether during
his tenure of office or during his employment or after that, and
no other person who has by any means access to any information
or document relating to the affairs of the Commission shall
give or otherwise disclose such information or document to any
person.
() any person who contravenes subsection () commits an
offence and on conviction shall be liable to a fine not exceeding
one hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not
exceeding three years or to both.
power of Minister to amend the First and Second Schedules
39. the minister may, by order published in the Gazette, amend
the first and second schedules.
Regulations
40. the minister may, on the recommendation of the Commission,
make such regulations as may be expedient or necessary for
carrying out the purposes of this act.
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[sections , 4, 7, , 5, 7, 6 and 7]
.
Companies act 965 [Act 125]
.
trust Companies act 949 [Act 100]
.
kootu funds (prohibition) act 97 [Act 28]
4.
Registration of businesses act 956 [Act 197]
5.
any subsidiary legislation made under the acts specified in items ,
,  and 4.
second schedule
[section 7]
.
the Chairman appointed under section 6.
.
the Chief executive officer appointed under section .
.
the directors appointed under section .
4.
Regional Registrars, deputy Registrars and assistant Registrars appointed
or deemed to be appointed under section 7 of the Companies act
965.
5.
inspectors, deputy Registrars and assistant Registrars appointed or deemed
to be appointed under section  of the Registration of businesses act
956.
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