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Contributions to the study of Indian law and society, South Asia Seminar 1966-67.

Author/Creator:
University of Pennsylvania. South Asia Regional Studies.
Publication:
Philadelphia, [1967].
Format/Description:
Book
308 p. 28 cm.
Subjects:
Law -- India.
Islamic law -- India.
Contents:
Dharmaśāstra; the origin and purpose of the Smriti.
Dharmaśāstra; the commercial literature, by J. D. M. Lerrett.
The nature and sources of Islamic law.
Islamic law and its administration in India.
The Anglo-Muhammadan law, by J. N. D. Anderson.
The Indian High Courts before and after independence.
The Supreme Courts and -adr Courts; the High Courts, their jurisdiction and powers, the laws they administer, procedure.
The judges, the bar and the efficiency of the High Courts; relations between the High Courts and the government.
Fundamental rights.
Fundamental rights; the writ jurisdiction, by Sir Orby Mootham.
The rule of law and maintenance of constitutional freedom in India, by Ralph F. Fuchs.
Notes:
Foreword signed by Richard D. Lambert.
Bibliographical footnotes.
Contributor:
Lambert, Richard D.