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Hindu Law

Hindu Law

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  • Author(s): Justice R.K. Agrawal
  • Brand: Central Law Agency
  • Edition: 26 Ed 2019
  • ISBN 10 9384852375
  • ISBN 13 9788194165910
  • Approx. Pages 472 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description

Hindu Law is by no means an easy subject. Its understanding, difficult as it is, for the Lawyers, is all the more difficult for the students. The difficulty is largely due to the enormity of its scope and particularly because of its logicality which is so often broken in several respects by the over-riding maxim "clear proof of usage will outweight the written text of the law." It is, therefore commendable that Sri Agarwala, the author of this Book has, with considerable skill, been able to condense the subject without in any way confusing its basic Principles. Difficult as already the subject was, it has been made still more perplexing by the various amendments made to it during the British Rule and particularly by the most recent four legislations since the termination of Rule. It is praiseworthy that the author has dexterously tided over these difficulties and has presented the subject for the study of the students in as concise and lucid manner as possible. Still more creditable it is that in reducing the subject to the shortest campus he has not omitted to explain and discuss important leading cases, old and new, relating to all the various branches, such as, to mention only a few, Inheritance, Maintenance. Adoptions and Guardianship.
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Contents
Part 1 - Introductory
Hindu Philosophy, Social Structure and Concept of Law
Part 2 - Nature and Origin of Hindu Law

1.    Nature and Origin of Hindu Law
2.    Application of Hindu Law
3.    Sources of Hindu Law
4.    Schools of Hindu Law
Part 3 Enacted Laws
5.    Marriage
6.    Maintenance
7.    Sonship and Adoption
8.    Minority and Guardianship
9.    Inheritance
10.   Succession
Part 4 - Un-Enacted Laws     
11.   Joint Family : Coparcenary and Coparcenary Property
12.   Debts
13.   Partition
14.   Stridhana
15.   Women's Estate
16.   Gifts
17.   Wills
18.   Impartible Estate
19.   Religious and Charitable Endowments
Appendix - A - Family Courts Act, 1984
Appendix - B - The Prohibition of Child Marriage Act, 2006

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