Case Study: Informal Conception Of Johor

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Informal reception of Johor

The British managed to conquer Johor for having a very good strategy. British advisors were appointed is a way for British to conquer Johor when the title of advisors play an important role as well as Resident in the Federated Malay States (FMS). The general advisor at the time was named Douglas Graham Campbell. He was able to advise and control Sultan Ibrahim in all matters except religion and custom. In the previous, British used his general adviser to influence Sultan Ibrahim on the territory’s foreign affairs only. British’s influence was increasing in Johor after the sultan and the British signed an agreement in 1885.

The British have several reasons to dominate the Johor. The British disliked the luxurious
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After Ibrahim signed an agreement on 12 May 1914, The powers of the General Adviser were revised, revoking Article III of the 1885 agreement and replacing the provisions made by the sixth, eighth and 10th articles of the Pangkor Agreement . The new agreement introduced the FMS Residential System into Johor. Johor accept English law through legislation and judiciary after courts were established. Judges were appointed and they decided the cases based on their knowledge and practice. British-Indian statutes was applied. They introduced British-Indian statutes into Federal Malay States (FMS). E.g.: Penal code, Contract ordinances, Criminal/Civil Procedural …show more content…
In conclusion, the English match law can be used in the Federated Malay States.

The adoption of the English Law on Section 303 of the Civil Procedure Code of the Johannes legislative body is on the tenant's fixtures but is only applicable and understood by the introduction of general English law into its part.

Johor State Trial & Johor Sultan Sultan Iskandar v Tunku Alam Shah Ibni Tunku Abdul Rahman & Others on conflict between law and Islamic religion. On April 14, 1895, the conflict between the two sides became the cause of the will made by Sultan Abu Bakar from Johor which was a competing concern with S $ 25 million compensation claim awarded by the Singapore Land Revenue Collector for the Obligatory Acquisition of a century's castle Known as "Tiresall" built by Sultan Abu Bakar. In addition, there was also a second plaintiff case set up by Tyersall as "State property" in his will, therefore, the second plaintiff argued that S $ 25 million had to be paid to the Sultan of Johor at present, Sultan Iskandar. In addition, both sides declared that the only party with the possibility of claiming Tyresall was the State of Johor because Tyresall was established as "state property" by Sultan Abu Bakar from Johor. Therefore, an alternative claim, the compensation for the acquisition of Tyresall must be paid to the State of

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