Law is a system of rules created and enforced through social or governmental institutions to regulate behavior, with its precise definition a matter of longstanding debate. It has been variously described as a science and the art of justice. State-enforced laws can be made by a group legislature or by a single legislator, resulting in statutes; by the executive through decrees and regulations; or established by judges through precedent, usually in common law jurisdictions. Private individuals may create legally binding contracts, including arbitration agreements that adopt alternative ways of resolving disputes to standard court litigation. The creation of laws themselves …



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This provides an overview of the South Asia Archive Database, including details of the editorial board, coverage and other background.

Journals Reports Books Legislations, Acts, regulations, law books/cases Indian film booklets, 1930–1949 SUBJECT purification. Legislations, Acts, regulations, law books/cases A myriad collection of legislations, Administration, Development, Industry, Economics and Law ● Art and Art History ● Civilization Studies, Religion

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Aims- To include primary sources with regular weekly reading assignments. To encourage students to become familiar with primary sources. To improve critical thinking skills and analytical techniques.

Indian Women, Shyam Kumari Nehru (ed.), (Allahabad Law Journal Press, Allahabad, 1938). http://www.southasiaarchive

Superintendent. Government Press · 1955 English

amending Act of 1950. The next point is that ender the law the registered dealer selling to ,another registered orders. The fourth point is that under the present law the Commissioner may demand from registered dealers sales tax. There is however no provision in the law to deal with cases where either .a dealer fails or Similarly, there is also no specific provision in the law to realise unpaid tax or penalty from the security in the amending Bill. Fifthly, under the present law cooked food other than cake, pastry and sweetmeat

Manager of Publications · 1953 English

Shri Bansal: Will the Minister of Communications be pleased to state: (a) the names of the parties with which Government have arrived at agreements for the sale of postal franking …

Rs. 1,15,747, (d) The Port Trusts are required by law to obtain Government's approval before appointing

Blue Press Ltd. · 1953 English

But so far as the costs of the hearing before me is concerned the plaintiff will have to pay two-thirds of the costs of the actual hearing before me And …

no reason to disallow interim-interest erred in law in not granting the same. 4. For that the Learned thereto. 5. For that the Learned Judge erred in law in not granting the interim-interests, in as much erroneous the Learned Judge of the Court below erred in law in deciding the matter on the basis of the said Judgment Learned Judge otherwise erred both on facts and in law. G. C. Mitter, Appellant's Attorney. 10, Hastings grounds of Appeal. Samarendra ChandraDeb, Bar-at-Law. 9 CROSS OBJECTION Q $FHALF OFRATAVA. Filed on the

All India Reporter Ltd. · 1953 English

254 — Repugnancy between S. 7, Civil P. C. and S. 20, T. C. Act, 22 of 1951 — S. 20 is void to that extent—(Travancore-Cochin Civil Courts Act (22 …

be reviewed. 57 Tray LR 767, Dissent. from; Case law discussed. (Para 25) Per Suhramania Iyer J.: Contra: Bench "proceeded upon an incorrect exposition of the law" and directed the "appeal to go before the Bench him concurred, said: "Looking at the terms of the law, it appears to me that the Judge or Judges who hear of a matter in Court is not contemplated by the law. Indeed it would be obnoxious and opposed to the ordinary rule of construction that a provision of law should be so interpreted, if possible as to avoid

Manager of Publications · 1953 English

The importance of livestock in the national economy can be appreciated from the fact that the contribution of livestock to the national income of India in 1950-51 was Rs. [...] …

Under the Bye-laws of different municipalities cattle can be maintained within the municipal area only in some prescribed

Sanjivan Press · 1953 English

The Chapters on the Human Person on the Living Wage on Trade Unionism on Communism are I think subjects of such vital importance in the life of the citizen and …

Nineteen THE SECULAR STATE 103 Chapter Page Twenty LAW 108 Twenty Onc GOVERNMENT AND ITS ORGANS 115 Twenty

Bengal Chamber of Commerce & Industry · 1953 English

In his presidential address he reminded the Congress that it was Disraeli as Leader of the Tory opposition in the House of Commons who critic pecl Lord Palmerston's original India …

and " the imperfect and undigested state of the Law as laid down in the Company's Regulations". But the three principal ports and the law they administered was chiefly English law though, if Indian s _ Nyy av desirability of developing a body of uniform territorial law; the case against rested on the assumption that the laid down by Warren Hastings) that the personal law both of Hindus and Moslems, was to be applied by

Central Records Office Hyderabad Government · 1953 Maltese

The working of the system is given in the Mirat-i-Ahmedi in the following words :- " In the offices of the Subadar the Diwan the Faujdar -of the environs of …

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