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In Malaysia, the Ruler and Governor grants state title awards. Some may carry the following state titles. Such titles are honorary and non-hereditary. State title may be revoked by the Ruler or Governor, and may be returned by the individual.Dato' Sri Dato' Sri or Dato' Seri is the highest state title conferred by the Ruler on the most deserving recipients who have contributed greatly to the nation or state. It ranks below the federal title Tun and is an honour equivalent to federal title Tan Sri. The wife of a recipient is Datin Sri. Since Dato' Sri is the most senior state title, there is a limited quota that can be awarded in each state. The Ruler only confers such an honorary title to a very few recipients during the Ruler's royal birthday celebration every year. In Selangor, a maximum of 2 Dato' Sri (SPMS) state awards can be conferred each year, up to a maximum of 40 living Dato' Sri (SPMS) holders at any one time. The numerical limits apply only to Malaysian subjects. Some rulers grant awards which carry highest titles unique to that state, such as Dato' Sri Utama of the state of Negeri Sembilan.
Women holders of Dato' Seri or its derirative would be called Datin Paduka Seri. The deriratives such as Datin Paduka Seri Utama in Negeri Sembilan and Datin Paduka Seri in Kedah