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The Indian Legal System: an inquiry.

著者名:
Singh, Mahendra Pal & Niraj Kumar
出版元:
Oxford U.P.
冊数:
lvi,247p
刊行年:
2019
ISBN:
9780199489879

Law -- India -- History

The work is an attempt to understand the existence of multiple non-state legal traditions despite the presence of a uniform legal system in India. There is a significant gap that exists between the state-legal system and the practices and preferences of people belonging to different communities. In order to understand this structure, the text goes back to the history of legal system in India and tries to identify the reason behind the prevalence of these alternative modes. It studies some prominent legal systems of pre-colonial India like the Mughals, and further explores the way Indian legality was transformed during the British rule. The study maps the evolution and growth of the common law system in India and takes into account the factors that contributed to the strengthening and acceptance of this system.


Introduction
1 Tracing the History of the Legal System in India
2 Historical and Contemporary Deviations from the State Legal System in India
3 Examples of Alternative Legal Systems in India
4 Conclusion
Appendix I Index of Cases Illustrating Judicial Engagement with Customary Law in India
Appendix II State Profiles Indicating Reliance on Traditional, Non-state Legal Systems

No.
52480
価格:
3,938円


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