THE JURISDICTION OF THE FEDERAL COURT
1. Original Jurisdiction :
- To determine (a) the validity of any law made by Parliament or the Legislature of any states; (b) disputes on any other issue between the States or between the Federation and any State.
2. Appellate Jurisdiction :
- To hear appeals from the Court of Appeal and the High Court.
3. Revisionary Jurisdiction :
- To determine any question arise before another the Court as to the effect of any provision under the Federal Constitution.
4. Advisory Jurisdiction :
- The Yang di-Pertuan Agong may refer to the Federal Court for its opinion or advice as to the effect of any provision of Constitution which has arisen or appears to him likely to arise, and the Federal Court shall pronounce its opinion in open court of any question so referred to it.