Court reviews test for ‘locus standi’


PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court has reviewed the test for locus standi, ruling that a person needs at least a genuine interest in an issue but no longer needs to prove that his rights are affected.

To have locus standi (legal standing) means a person is qualified to take legal action, as he is affected to some degree by the issue he is taking action against.

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