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Legal and Constitutional History of India (Ancient Legal, Judicial and Constitutional System)

Legal and Constitutional History of India (Ancient Legal, Judicial and Constitutional System)

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Contents
Part I - Dharma - The Source of Law
1.    Concept of Dharma (Law)
2.    Definition of Law
3.    Sources of Law
4.    Legal Literature
5.    Development of Law in the Post-Smriti Period
Part II - Topics of Civil Law
1.    Origin, Enumeration and Classification of Vyavahara
2.    General Rules Regulating Contracts
3.    Runadanam (Payment and Recovery of Debts)
4.    Pratibhavyam (Suretyship)
5.    Adhihi (Pledges/ Mortgages)
6.    Nikshepaha (Deposits)
7.    Aswamivikrayaha - Vikriyasampradanam (Sale without Ownership and
       Non delivery After Sale or Law of Sale)
8.    Dattapradanikam (Resumption of Gift)
9.    Sambhuya Samuthanam (Partnership)
10.  Law Governing Associations-Samvidvyatikrama (Transgression of Compact)
11.  Abhyupetyasusrusa - Vetanasyanapakarma (Breach of Contract of Service -
       Non - payment of Wages) or Law of Master and Servant
12.  Seemavivadaha (Boundary Dispute)
13.  Dyutasamahvayam (Gambling and Betting)
14.  Vibhagaha (Partition)
15.  Stripumdharmaha (Duties of Husband and Wife)
Part III - Other Civil Laws
1.    Prakeerna Vishayatra (Miscellaneous Matter)
2.    Swamitvam, Agamaha and Bhuktihi (Ownership, Title and Possession)
3.    Lekhyam (Documents)
4.    Dasyam (Slavery)
Part IV - Law of Crimes
1.    Patakam (Sin)
2.    Dandaha (Punishment)
3.    Classification of Crimes
4.    Vakparushyam (Defamation)
5.    Dandaparushyam (Assault)
6.    Steyam (Theft)
7.    Sahasam (Crimes of Violence)
8.    Strisangrahanam (Adultery and Rape)
9.    Prakeerna Vishayaha (Miscellaneous Matters)
Part V - Law of Evidence
Part VI - Mimamsa (Interpretation)
Part VII - Administration of Justice

1.    Nyayalaya Nyayaha (Justice Through Courts)
2.    Vyavaharaha (Legal Proceeding)
3.    Nyayakramaha (Judicial Proceeding)
4.    Kriya (Trial)
5.    Jayapatra (Document of Victory of Judgement)
7.    Divya (Ordeal or Divine Test)
Part VIII - Rajadharma or the Constitutional Law
1.    Rajyotpattihi taduddishtani (Origin of State and its Purpose)
2.    Raja (King)
3.    Rajakartavyani (Duties of a King)
4.    Koshaha (Treasury of Finance)
5.    Shasanarachanadhikaraha (Legislative Power)
6.    Rajashasana (Royal Edict)
7.    Mantriparishat (Council of Ministers)
8.    Nagaraprashasanam (Administration of the Capital)
9.    Prashasana Pradeshabhagaaha (Administrative Division of a State)
10.  Prashasanavibhagaaha (Administrative Departments)
11.  Videshaneethi ( Foreign Policy)
12.  Yuddhaniyamaha (War Regulations)
13.  Anushtaananidarshanaani (Practical Working)
Appendix 1 - A Judge of a Hindu Court in Sanskrit
Appendix 2 - Charter of Vishnusena
Bibliography
General Index
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Author Details
Justice M. Rama Jois
, B.Sc., B.L., Judge, High Court of Karnataka
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