Essays on Legal Systems in India
Discovery Publishing House, 2003 - Law - 219 pages
In a civilized world human being created some rules and regulations for a peaceful, happy and prosperous living. In order to understand the above topic in proper historical perspectives an attempt has been made to collect important works on the subject of the study. Today the legal system is at cross roads. How can this study stimulate original Indian thought process on the subject is the aim of this exercise. Contents: Introduction, Judicial System in Ancient India, Nature and Perspective of Law in Ancient India, Judicial System in Medieval India, Social Justice in Medieval India, Culture and Law, Growth of the Judiciary, India and International Law, Law, Lawyers and Judges, Inter-State Relations, Independence of Judiciary and Access to Justice.
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Judicial System in Ancient India
Nature and Perspective of Law in Ancient India
Nature and Perspective of Law
Judicial System in Mediaeval India
Social Justice in Mediaeval India
Growth of the Judiciary
India and International
Law Lawyers and Judges
Independence of Judiciary
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