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Volume 24 Issue 2 2016 (Online Edition) has been published on 31St December 2016. Click here for the Table of Contents.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
|International Cross-Border Surrogacy: An Analysis of the Malaysian Legal Position|
|Majdah Zawawi, Siti Aliza binti Alias|
|Socio-Legal Significance of Family Waqf in Islamic Law: Its Degeneration and Revival|
|Muhammad Abdurrahman Sadique, Abdul Haseeb Ansari, Mohsin Hingun, Aznan Hasan|
|The Inviolability of Medical Confidentiality in Malaysia: An Analysis of the Rules and Exceptions|
|Puteri Nemie Jahn Kassim, Nazri Ramli|
|The Effects of Apostasy on the Entitlement to Property upon Death: The Malaysian Position|
|Wan Noraini Mohd Salim|
|Incorporating the United Nations Protocol on Trafficking in Persons in the Malaysian Legal Framework|
|Khairil Azmin bin Mokhtar, Zuraini binti Ab Hamid|
|The Family Institution and Its Governing Laws in Malaysia as a Vanguard in Protecting the Society from Social Ailments: A Shari’ah Perspective|
|Normi Abdul Malek|
|The Relevance of Islamic Legal Maxims in Determining Contemporary Legal Issues|
|Muhammad Shettima, Hamma Adam Biu, Muhammad Al-Ameen Deribe|
|The Status of Shari’ah in the Nigerian Legal Education: An Appraisal of the Role of Madaris|
|Ibrahim Abikan Abdulqadir, Hussein Ahmad Folorunsho|
NOTES AND COMMENTS
|An Insight into the Malaysian Take-overs and Mergers Code 2016|
|Mushera Ambaras Khan|
Print ISSN : 0128-2530
Online ISSN : 2289-7852
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