Appeal for review of native land rights ruling rejected

PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court dismissed an application by a group of Sarawakians to review a 2016 decision over native customary land rights.

In a four-to-one majority, the bench ruled in favour of the Sarawak government and provisional leaseholder on grounds that the review application was more of an appeal rather than a judicial review.

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