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Indian Legal and Constitutional History

Indian Legal and Constitutional History

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  • Brand: Allahabad Law Agency
  • Edition: Rp 2015
  • Approx. Pages 277 + contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
The legal system of a country is the sum total of laws on the legal materials present and its interaction with each other. The study of legal system becomes imperative and assumes importance in order to understand what law is.
Keeping in view the recent developments, effort has been made to revise the book without changing its scheme.
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Contents
Part I : Ancient and Medieval Period

Lecture I  :    The Early History of Social and Political Institution in India
Lecture II : The Advent of Muslim Rule in India
Lecture III : The Structure of Courts in Medieval India
Part II : British Period
Lecture IV : British Period
Lecture V : The Uniform System of Judicial Administration in Madras, Bombay and Calcutta
Lecture VI : The Introduction of Adalat System
Lecture VII : The Establishment of Supreme Court at Calcutta
Lecture VIII : Recorders Courts in Presidency Towns of Madras and Bombay
Lecture IX : Adalat System Under Lord Cornwallis
Lecture X : Adalat System after Cornwallis
Lecture XI : The Establishment of High Courts and Modern Judicial System
Lecture XII : Codification of Law and Law Commission
Lecture XIII : Racial Discrimination in India
Lecture XIV : The Influence of English Law in the Development of Law in India
Lecture XV : The Privy Council
Lecture XVI : The Role of Judicial Administration in the Development of
                       Personal Laws during British Period
Lecture XVII : Development of Criminal Law during British Rule in India
Lecture XVIII : Law Reporting in India
Part III : Constitutional History of India
Lecture : XIX
Lecture XX : The End of Double Government : The Beginning of Direct Rule by the Crown
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