Police can impose fines of not more than RM5,000 on those who break the law.
Their lawyer Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla says this is because the issue is now academic.
The seat is vacant following the death of Mat Shuhaimi Shafiei today.
Prohibition order obtained by 7 will remain until High Court decides on declaration sought by the plaintiffs, says lawyer Arun Kasi.
Their lawyer says they resorted to legal action after MHS rejected numerous nomination forms on June 17.
Chairman Maria Chin says Bersih members are anxious to know whether they need to re-register themselves to be postal or advance voters.
The Election Commission, in its second redelineation notice, has retained most federal and state boundaries as in 2013.
Deputy home minister says the US embassy should have informed police of alleged drink-spiking incidents at nightclub in KL.
The menteri besar says those responsible for public announcements should avoid using direct translations.
Any further printing of report should cease until notes of proceedings and client's legal papers are included, says Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla
Ghauth Jasmon says it is wrong to stop academics from voicing their opinions.
University staff and students were also reminded to refrain from making any statements to media without permission.
Saying organisers need only inform the police of meetings, Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla hopes police will wrap up their investigation fast and bring to book the mastermind behind the ruckus.
The law enforcement agency cannot carry out investigations if its work is subject to a challenge by way of judicial review, says Justice Abu Samah Nordin, in overturning an earlier court decision.
The Federal Court will first determine if the Bersih chairman's case originated in the High Court or Sessions Court, to ascertain if it falls within its jurisdiction.
The notice is issued by the Kuala Lumpur TNB metering unit as part of a normal procedure when employees are unable to access consumers' premises, says TNB.
The Election Commission's ongoing redelineation exercise will be suspended if the Court of Appeal rules tomorrow that voters are entitled to all information pertaining to the exercise.
Party takes first step in initiating law suit by giving its editor seven days to respond, says Takiyuddin Hassan.
This follows his decision to withdraw his notice to stay proceedings in the Court of Appeal.
Prosecution files appeal to reverse decision that failure to give police a 10-day notice is not an offence.