Peguam itu berkata, beliau akan berada di Australia dari 5 hingga 9 September ini.
The lawyer says he will be in Australia from Sept 5 to 9.
The Court of Appeal restores a lower court order that allows the former Sabah chief minister to seek treatment abroad for his coronary-related problems.
A three-member Court of Appeal bench says the lawyer is not a flight risk.
The Court of Appeal says the High Court judge used his discretion judiciously when imposing conditions for bail.
The Federal Court upholds the High Court decision, saying the judge took into consideration all factors in dismissing Ahmad Zahid Hamidi's application.
The judge says Shafee is only needed there to help with translation, which can be done by a representative from his firm.
The Court of Appeal says there is no reason to disturb the High Court decision to deny the former deputy prime minister his passport.
The former Federal Court judge also wants a declaration that the restriction imposed on him is a breach of his fundamental rights.
Judge says performance of umrah, while highly recommended during the fasting month, is not compulsory.
His counsel says he needs it to travel to Australia to attend a court case and to handle a business deal in Indonesia.
This is to visit his children in Australia and attend business meetings in Indonesia.
The Sessions Court says there is no urgency for the former Felda chairman to perform the umrah as he already did so twice last year.
The former minister had applied for the release of his passport in exchange for a higher bail and the promise to report himself to the MACC office every month if needed.
The former Sabah chief minister says he cannot help but feel that he has been presumed guilty.
The judge says Musa Aman failed to prove that the treatment required is not readily available in the country.
His lawyer says there is not enough time to apply for a visa to Mecca by Jan 17, and that another application will be filed before April or by Ramadan.
This is to allow the former Sabah chief minister to continue his medical treatment overseas.
The former Sabah chief minister has applied for a temporary release of his passport to enable him to continue medical treatment overseas.
Anybody born in the Irish Republic or Northern Ireland, or with an Irish parent or grandparent, is entitled to an Irish passport.
This is so he can apply for a work permit to handle a case at the Tawau High Court.
It will do so if there is a request from MACC, it says.
The former deputy prime minister is accused of receiving bribes in order to approve contracts to companies dealing with immigration matters.
The actor-director, who is charged with assault and fabricating evidence, says he needs to travel abroad for work.