/Outline of Indian Legal and Constitutional History

Outline of Indian Legal and Constitutional History

………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. This classic and popular work, which is a comprehensive treatise on the legal and constitutional history of India, has been completely revised and updated. The analysis of recent legal developments and a clear presentation of the important stages in the development of the legal system in India are the highlights of the book. The book also contains a comprehensive list of Supreme Court decisions on the Constitutional Bank. The following new topics have been added: • Recent amendments to the Indian Constitution. • Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2013. • Official language of the States, the Union and the courts. • Reorganization of States. • Development of the personal laws of Hindus and Muslims. • Legal journalism as an emerging profession in the field of law. In addition, the reviewing author has systematically arranged and rewritten many parts of this book, expanding…

DescriptionIt is a matter of satisfaction that this book survived and came out after a year, although for a long time I could not have the opportunity to review it, of its various shortcomings I generally felt embarrassed when a number of former law students from different backgrounds introduced me with love saying: Let them read this book with advantage as a law, yes. On each of these occasions, in addition to admitting some shortcomings in the diary, I always decided to revise it as soon as possible, at least to eliminate the patient`s errors. But somehow, I never managed to create the conditions necessary for the realization of my determination. The conditions could not be created because I also preserved a great outline of the legal and constitutional history of India, which I tried to describe in the introduction to this question. Conversi……. Description Outline of Indian Legal & Constitutional History is a classic text by Professor M P Jain, one of the founders of modern Indian legal education and research. This book, which is currently in its seventh edition, is written in narrative form in an easy-to-understand style. It provides a brief, coordinated, integrated and coherent account of the important steps in the development of legal institutions in India.

It also contains various chapters on the modern judicial system, from the Privy Council to the Supreme Court, the High Courts, legal development, the law of persons, codification, legal reform, legal information and the legal profession, legal education, the development of constitutional law, criminal law, the development of civil law, etc., with reference to case law and extensive commentaries. This edition has been fully updated and revised in light of recent changes and case law. This book will be invaluable to all law students, researchers, academics, judges, lawyers and people preparing for competitions. Table of contents I. Introduction II. Early Charter and Surat Factory III. Administration of Justice in Madras: 1639 – 1726 IV. Administration of Justice in Bombay: 1668 – 1726 V. Administration of Justice in Calcutta: 1690 – 1726 VI. Mayors` Course VII. Beginning of the Adalat VIII system.

Supreme Court of Calcutta IX. Supreme Courts of Bombay and Madras X. Reorganization of the Adalat XI system. Judicial measures of Cornwallis XII. Progress of the Adalat system: Sir John Shore XIII. Progress of the Adalat system: Wellesley-Amherst (1798-1827) XIV. Criminal jurisdiction after Cornwallis XV Adalat system in Bengal: Bentinck and according to XVI. Judicial systems beyond Bengal XVII. Racial discrimination in the judicial system XVIII. Current judicial system XIX. High Courts XX. From the Privy Council to the Supreme Court XXI.

Development of criminal law: 1772-1860 XXII. Development of civil law: presidential cities XXIII. Development of civil law: Mofussil XXIV. Codification of the Act (1833-1882) XXV. Some choose XXVI codes. Legislatures in India: 1861-1950 XXVII. Law reform XXVIII. Personal Laws of Hindus and Mohammedans XXIX. India gains XXX independence. Developments in the Law, the Rule of Law and the Constitution XXXI. Legal Reports in India XXXII. Growth of the legal profession XXXIII.

Legal Education Index …………………. Professor P Jain has written several books, including Indian Constitutional Law, Principle of Administrative Law and Halsbury`s Law of India: Administrative Law (Volume 1). He was a gold medalist from Delhi University (1945). He received his JSD from Yale Law School, USA, in 1954, after which he taught for nearly five decades at universities such as Banaras Hindu University and Delhi University, as well as others in Malaysia, Singapore and Australia. He has published several articles in leading Indian and foreign legal journals. Description Dr. The book by Nilakshi Jatur and Dr. Laxmi Paranjape on the History of Law comprehensively covers the history of the development of law and the judicial system in India, from its fundamental beginnings in antiquity to the Middle Ages.

Cartography of the decisive British period in the modern limes. The hook summarizes the evolution of the legal system over the centuries vis-à-vis society. Government and legal institutions. The British period, which introduced the common law system and established the first courts of the modern legal system, has been covered in detail. The national movement and the decisive events of the British period that contributed to the development of the legal system were discussed, making the book comprehensive. Several crucial cases of the British limes such as Doobey v Myna Bae, Vinayak v Rukmabai a. Download the free Kindle app and read Kindle books instantly on your smartphone, tablet, or computer – no Kindle device required. Erfahren Sie mehr `); doc.close(); } } this.iframeload = function () { var iframe = document.getElementById(iframeId); iframe.style.display = „; setTimeout(function () { setIframeHeight(initialResizeCallback); }, 20); } function getDocHeight(doc) { var contentDiv = doc.getElementById(« iframeContent »); var docHeight = 0; if(contentDiv){ docHeight = Math.max( contentDiv.scrollHeight, contentDiv.offsetHeight, contentDiv.clientHeight ); } return docHeight; } function setIframeHeight(resizeCallback) { var iframeDoc, iframe = document.getElementById(iframeId); iframeDoc = ((iframe.contentWindow && iframe.contentWindow.document) || iframe.contentDocument); if (iframeDoc) { var h = getDocHeight(iframeDoc); if (h && h != 0) { iframe.style.height = parseInt(h) + `px`; if(typeof resizeCallback == « function ») { resizeCallback(iframeId); } } else if (nTries For LL.B(General), LL.B.