Administration of Muslim Law Act
(Chapter 3, Sections 88B and 88C(2)(b), (c), (d), (e) and (f))
Administration of Muslim Law (Haj) Rules
R 6
G.N. No. S 406/1999

(31st January 2001)
[27th September 1999]
1.  These Rules may be cited as the Administration of Muslim Law (Haj) Rules.
2.  In these Rules, unless the context otherwise requires —
“accredited mutawwif” means a person accredited by the Majlis to act as a mutawwif and who has in force a certificate issued by the Majlis under rule 14(3);
“approved Haj year”, in relation to an application by a person to perform the Haj, means the year specified in the approval of that application as the year in which the person has been offered a place by the Majlis to perform the Haj subject to the availability of quota allotted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for that year;
[S 577/2010 wef 08/10/2010]
“approved travel agent” means a travel agent who has obtained the approval of the Majlis under rule 3(5) to provide goods or services to any person for the purposes of the Haj;
“certificate” means a certificate of accreditation issued by the Majlis under rule 14(3);
“Haj course” means any training or course relating to the rituals and other procedures required for performing the Haj in accordance with Muslim law;
“travel agent” means a person who holds a licence granted under the Travel Agents Act (Cap. 334).