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1141.  JULY 1986 Issue
p.64

Road Traffic (Amendment) Act 1985
Brabyn, Janice  •  (1986) 28 Mal. Law Rev. 64 (Jul)

1142.  JULY 1986 Issue
p.78

Can a Party Faced with an "Anton Pillar" Order Rely on the Privilege against Self Incrimination? Television Broadcasts Ltd. v Mandarin Video Holdings Sdn. Bhd. P.M.K. Rajah v Worldwide Commodities Sdn. Bhd. And Ors.
Pinsler, J. D.  •  (1986) 28 Mal. Law Rev. 78 (Jul)

1143.  JULY 1986 Issue
p.87

The Customer's Duty of Care to His Banker Tai Hing Cotton Mill Ltd. v Liu Chong Hing Bank Ltd. And Ors.
Evans, Keith R.  •  (1986) 28 Mal. Law Rev. 87 (Jul)

1144.  JULY 1986 Issue
p.102

The Spectre of Re-Arrest of a Vessel The Daien Maru No. 18
Chong, Gek Sian David  •  (1986) 28 Mal. Law Rev. 102 (Jul)

1145.  JULY 1986 Issue
p.113

Homicide in Singapore A Study of the Incidence, Nature and Prevention of Culpable Homicide in Singapore
Yeo, Meng Heong Stanley  •  (1986) 28 Mal. Law Rev. 113 (Jul)

1146.  JULY 1986 Issue
p.115

Singapore and International Law
 •  (1986) 28 Mal. Law Rev. 115 (Jul)

1147.  JULY 1986 Issue
p.134

A Short History of Thai Criminal Law since the Nineteenth Century
Petchsiri, Apirat  •  (1986) 28 Mal. Law Rev. 134 (Jul)
Like many other Southeast Asian nations, Thailand was exposed to western legal influence as a result of western colonialism in the nineteenth century. This led to the seven-century old indigenous system being displaced by a westernised legal system. This article surveys the historical development of Thai criminal law since the nineteenth century, especially the importation of western concepts of criminal law at the turn of the century. A comparative survey of the ways in which western criminal law was received by several eastern countries during the colonial era provides a backdrop for a critique of the Thai experience. The article then proceeds to survey the subsequent developments in Thai criminal law, and concludes by advocating the indigenisation of modern Thai criminal law.

1148.  JULY 1986 Issue
p.150

Book Review: Commercial Law for O.N.C. and O.N.D. Students by R. S. Sim
Koh, K. L.  •  (1986) 28 Mal. Law Rev. 150 (Jul)

1149.  JULY 1986 Issue
p.151

Statement of Recommended Holdings of Brunei Darussalm
Sng, Yok Fong  •  (1986) 28 Mal. Law Rev. 151 (Jul)

1150.  JULY 1986 Issue
p.157

Law and Social Psychology
Iyer, T. K. K.  •  (1986) 28 Mal. Law Rev. 157 (Jul)

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