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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The collection contains scientific articles accepted for issue 6 for 2023 of the international scientific journal "Science and Innovation". In this scientific journal, in the form of scientific articles, the …

Mathematical Sciences, Professor of Tashkent State Law University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Аzizjon Kurbanov plays an important role in ensuring the rule of law in the management of the enterprise. All types of important phenomena such as the law of conservation of energy, the law of conservation of momentum, the 𝑎𝑐𝑜𝑠25𝑡 𝑦 = 𝑎𝑠𝑖𝑛25𝑡 equations, formulate the law of movement of the point along the trajectory. Let equations, construct the law of movement of the point along the trajectory. To find the law of movement along

19 April 2022 English

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

18 April 2022 English

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

1953 English

The increase in the former was mainly due to the payment of the arrears of pay as a result of the revised scales which were paid during this year and …

Agriculture and Forestry.. _ Commerce — _ ~ Law _. -. M Music and Dancing « .- Arts and Crafts Veteri- nary Science. Agriculture and Forestry. Law. 10 11 0 12 13 I 14 1 a P £ A © a s

1953 English

The result of the capture must have shattered for once the power of the Muttaraiyans who were not only having possession of this place till then but were the chief …

his marriage under the direction of his father-in-law and overlord, Calukya Vikramaditya VI (A . D.'1076-1126)

Laws of India Ltd. · 1953 English

Ahmedabad v. V. R. Kamtekar 31 --Sections 3 (39) 42 46 and 79— Award standardising wages—Costruction—Withdrawal of amenities by employer—Legality—Necessity of notice of change—Application by employees for declaration of illegalty …

Industrial Court. •... 28 --Questions of fact and law.—Gaya Cotton and Jute Mills, Ltd. v. Gaya Cotton 177I --To Appellate Tribunal--Question of fact and law—Non-employment' for want of licence under Sugar Con- factories, whe- ther can be separated—English and Indian Law distinguished.—Mana- ger, Gemini Studios, Madras --. 479 —.----Section 7—'Substantial question of law'—Findings of Tribunal based on some evidence—Whether Disputes (Appellate Tribunal) Act, 1950.—(contd.) law is involved.—J. K. Cotton Spinn- ing &Weaving Mills

Laws of India Ltd. · 1953 English

5. The funds for the Scheme will be derived from contributions payable by the employers and the employees under the Act and from the grants to he made by the …

are required to provide to varying extents. The law, however, has its limitations. It can lay down only industrial relations would gain immea- surably if the law were based on agreement between the parties." The as whether it is better to have a uni- form basic law applicable to all States or to allow States to have undertakings should be excluded from the scope of the law relating to industrial relations or alternatively deal with whether provision should be made in the law for maintenance by regis- tered trade unions of account

1953 English

NOTE : —Passengers may undertake any one of the Four tours by starting the journey from any station on the Southern Railway situated on the route of the tour but …

in accordance with law ", While the Constitution abolished " un- touchability no law had so long been enacted "that the P r e s s m e n bon.mitted breach of the law by forming an assembly of very much more than five the Cr P. C. and committed further breach of the law by resisting the arrest of Mr. Sunnil Sen Gupta reporter

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

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