Term and Condition for the Usage of Halal Certification and Logo
- Halal certificate cannot be negotiable, lendable, transferable, forged, misused or altered in any way.
- The use of Halal certification is bound by all laws or regulations practiced in this country.
- The certificate holder must notify in writing to Director, Halal Hub Division, Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM) or Director of State Islamic Department/ Secretary of State Islamic Council for further action, should there be any change of name and address of the company, factory/premise, product brand, ingredients, manufacturer’s details and any relevant information.
- The certificate holder is liable on any misuse or fraudulence of the certificate which is subject to laws. In the event of any loss or damage to the certificate, the holder is required to lodge a police report and notify in writing immediately to Director, Halal Hub Division, Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM) or Director of State Islamic Department/ Secretary of State Islamic Council.
- Halal certification can be revoked or terminated at any time and the use o Halal logo is forbidden when there is a contravention of the Malaysia Halal Certification Procedures or there are suspicious matters or the handling of products is against the syariah compliance.
- Halal Hub Division, Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM)/JAIN/MAIN may blacklist any company which fails to abide to the terms and conditions of Malaysia Halal Certification procedures and it may only be satisfied with the compliance.
- Applicants are required to display the original halal certificate within their operating premises.
- Penalty RM 5 Million or imprisonment will be imposed to applicant who abuses the Halal logo under Akta Perihal Dagangan 2011.