Other Legal Documents :: Case Briefs :: 9 Jumādā II 1438 / 6 March 2017
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Other Legal Documents :: Case Briefs :: 23 Ṣafar 1370 / 2 December 1950
This case was brought by the parents of Maria Huberdina Hertogh for the following reliefs: that Hertogh's marriage to Inche Mansoor Adabi be declared void and of no effect; that Inche Mansoor Adabi be ordered to deliver Hertogh to the custody of the Consul-General for the Netherlands; that the Consul-General for the Netherlands be free to restore Hertogh to her parents; and that Inche Mansoor Adabi and Amina Binte Mohamed be prohibited from removing Hertogh from the jurisdiction of the court pending the hearing of the application. The Court ruled that it did have jurisdiction to declare the marriage void, that the marriage was invalid, and that Hertogh should be returned to the custody of her mother.
Other Legal Documents :: 1342 / 1924
This is an agreement that Brunei "shall remain an independent state, under the protection of Great Britain." It confers certain powers over Brunei's internal administration on the British government, and entitles British citizens in Brunei to certain rights. It is signed by Hugh Low, British Resident at Perak, and bears the seal of the Sultan of Brunei.
Other Legal Documents :: Case Briefs :: 14 Shawwāl 1369 / 28 July 1950
This case was an appeal against the order of the Chief Justice of Singapore that Che Amina Binte Mohamed should deliver Maria Huberdina Hertogh to the custody of the Consul-General for the Netherlands. The Court ruled that the non-service of the necessary parties rendered the order a nullity. This version reproduces the opinions of the presiding judges, Evans, Storr and Thorogood.
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