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The History of Courts, Legislation and Legal Profession in India / The Legal and Constitutional History of India

The History of Courts, Legislation and Legal Profession in India / The Legal and Constitutional History of India

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Since the starting of the human civilization, the mighty and become the Ruler of a community or area whether such community or area was smaller or bigger. The Rule of Kings was started. All the executive, judiciary and legislative powers were vested in the king. He was the Legislature, Judge, Administrator, and was the leader of his kingdom, and was also the leader of the wars. Heardity was the common. Depending upon one's personal capacity, boldness, strength and cleverness, a new kingdom used to be established, and also the extent of his kingdom used to be extended by means of wars. Normally there were small Kingdoms through out the word. The army contained very age old ammunition such as knifes, archery, talwars, etc., and vehicles were dragged buy horses and elephants and means for wars. This was continued up to the eighteenth century. New Ammunition were also invented, such as revolvers, guns, etc. in the seventeenth century in Europe. with the new ammunition, the European countries invaded on all kingdoms of all the continents. The new continents america and Australia were discovered. The European countries established their colonial rule through out the world with the power of their new ammunition. Even they captured the Africans from the African continent as their slaves to do their domestic, agricultural and even for sex works. Slaves markets prevailed in almost all the continents. There were no human values, only exploitation.
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Contents
History of Courts and Legislation in India
1.    Early Administration of the East India Company
2.    Charter of 1726 & Charter of 1753/Mayor's Courts
3.    Warren Hastings
4.    Regulating Act, 1773
5.    Supreme Court of Judicature at Calcutta
6.    Raja Nanda Kumar's Case
7.    Patna case
8.    Cossijurah Case
9.    Amending Act of 1781 (Act of Settlement)
10.  Pitt's India Act, 1784
11.  Lord Corniwallis
12.  The Charter Act of 1793
13.  Sir John Shore
14.  The Provincial Courts of Appeal
15.  Lord Bentinck
16.  The Charter Act of 1983
17.  The Charter Act of 1983 & The Charter Act of 1853
18.  Law Commissions
19.  The Government of India Act, 1958
20.  The Indian High Courts Act, 1861
21.  The Indian Councils Act, 1861
22.  The Indian Councils Act 1892
23.  The Indian Councils Act, 1909/Minto-Morley Reforms
24.  The Government of India Act of 1919/Dyarchy/Montague - Chelmsford Reforms
25.  The Government of India Act, 1935
26.  Federal Court
27.  Privy Council
28.  Constitutional Developments between 1937 to 1947
29.  Paramountancy
30.  Constitutional History of India
31.  The Indian Constitution
32.  Justice, Equity and Good Conscience
33.  Codification
34.  Is India a Federal or Unitary
35.  The Supreme Court
36.  Basic Constitutional Principles
37.  Tribunals
38.  Law Reforms
B. Legal Profession In India
39.  Charter Act of 1774
40.  The Legal Practitioners Act, 1879
41.  The Indian Bar Councils Act, 1926
42.  The Advocates Act, 1961
43.  Bar Councils
44.  Admission and Enrolment of Advocates
45.  Law Reporting in India
46.  The Legal Education
47.  Right to Practice
48.  Conduct of Advocate / Advocate's Duties
49.  Forgery
50.  Essential Qualities, Equipment's and Requirements for a good advocate
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Author Details
Gade Veera Reddy,
B.Sc., LL.B., M.A., (M.B.A)
(Recipient of 5 Medals in Law) (K.U)
Advocate High Court, Kothi, Hyderabad - 500095, T.S.
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