Welcome to the website of the Sabah State Attorney-General's Chambers.

Sabah LawNet is Sabah's Virtual Law Library which includes a database of State’s Enactments, Ordinances, Rules, Regulations, By-Laws and State laws declared Federal and its Subsidiary Legislations. It is comprehensive and easy to use and is catered for anyone who has a need to refer to Sabah Laws. It delivers the most convenient, low cost and efficient solution for users through direct networking and for quick access to a continuously expanding database without time and geographical limitations.

Our slogan is "Sabah Laws at your finger tips". We offer the advantage of having up-to-date laws at the click of the mouse, doing away with uncertainty and the danger of relying on outdated laws. It also does away with the cutting and pasting of the hard copies i.e., conventional method of updating statutes by clipping out the amendments and pasting them over the old laws.

Our aim is to make Sabah LawNet an indispensable tool for gathering information and providing accurate answers. Sabah LawNet helps legal, business and government personnel to use information more productively.

Sabah LawNet is owned and operated by Sabah State Attorney-General's Chambers in collaboration with Sabah Net Sdn. Bhd.

Disclaimer: Whilst every care is taken in the preparation of the information or data contain in this web portal; no warranty , express or implied is given as to the completeness and accuracy of the information or date given and the State Attorney-General’s Chambers is not responsible for any error or omissions which may occur. The use of any information or date from this website shall be at the user’s own risk and under no circumstances the State Attorney-General’s Chambers be made liable for any loss or damage arising from the use of such information or date.

Important: A print out from this website is not a copy of the State Government Gazette print by the State Government Printer. For the purpose of any legal proceeding, copy of the law as printed by the State Government Printer should be used.