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The gobbledegook of Augustine Paul FCJ in the Federal Court’s decision in Zambry v Sivakumar

Gobbledegook Most, if not all, laymen will find the written judgment of Augustine Paul FCJ – who eventually put in writing the judgment of the unanimous decision of the infamous five – most perplexing. I am not surprised. I find it unintelligible also – in fact, it is what the word “gobbledegook” means in the […]

The Economic Effect of Judicial Decisions

A consideration of the economic consequences of poor, corrupt or biased judicial decision making after considering a brief example of such a decision, the oath of a judge as found in Schedule Six of the Federal Constitution by one Mr. Fahri Azzat.

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