Implementation of the Cape Town Convention in Malaysia
Mary George and See Eng Teong
Foreword This Report has five sections. Section 6.1 outlines the aviation industry in Malaysia. Section 6.2 deals with an analysis of the role of equity, common law and statutory rules in aircraft secured transactions law in Malaysia. Section 6.3 sets out the Malaysian Declarations to the Convention and Protocol. Section 6.4 deals with the local legislation that implement the Cape Town Convention and Aircraft Protocol. Section 6.5 provides answers to the Questionnaire. I would like to thank Dato’ Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, the Director-General of the Department of Civil Aviation, Ministry of Transport, Malaysia for the interview on the implementation aspects of the Cape Town Convention in Malaysia and its interactions with other domestic legislation. Having ratified the Convention and implemented domestic law in this regard, the Director-General of the Department of Civil Aviation, Ministry of Transport is of the view that so far no conflicts have arisen between the two systems.
I also thank Dr See Eng Teong for his input into Part IV.
-  Kozuka (ed.), Implementing the Cape Town Convention and the DomesticLaws on Secured Transactions, Ius Comparatum - Global Studies inComparative Law 22, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-46470-1_6