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Cases on Muslim law of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh /

by Serajuddin, Alamgir Muhammad; Oxford University Press [publisher.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi, India : Oxford University Press, ©2015Edition: First edition.Description: xxxix, 490 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780199457618; 0199457611.Subject(s): Islamic law -- India -- Cases | Islamic law -- Pakistan -- cases | Islamic law -- Bangladesh -- CasesOnline resources: http://www.worldcat.org/title/cases-on-muslim-law-of-india-pakistan-and-bangladesh/oclc/907339468&referer=brief_results
Contents:
Table of contents List of Abbreviations ; Table of Cases ; Table of Statute ; Preface ; Part I: Case Summary and Commentary ; Section 1: Colonial India ; Section II: India ; Section III: Pakistan ; Section IV: Bangladesh ; Part II: Text of Cases ; Section 1: Colonial India ; Section II: India ; Section IV: Bangladesh ; A Comparative Survey of Muslim Personal Law in South Asian Countries ; Glossary ; Select Bibliography ; Index ; About the Author
Summary: Through a selection of principal judicial decisions and significant fact situations from pre- and post-independent India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, this volume provides an easy access to the basic principles and rules of Muslim law, and shows how case law acts as a social barometer and an instrument of change.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents List of Abbreviations ; Table of Cases ; Table of Statute ; Preface ; Part I: Case Summary and Commentary ; Section 1: Colonial India ; Section II: India ; Section III: Pakistan ; Section IV: Bangladesh ; Part II: Text of Cases ; Section 1: Colonial India ; Section II: India ; Section IV: Bangladesh ; A Comparative Survey of Muslim Personal Law in South Asian Countries ; Glossary ; Select Bibliography ; Index ; About the Author

Through a selection of principal judicial decisions and significant fact situations from pre- and post-independent India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, this volume provides an easy access to the basic principles and rules of Muslim law, and shows how case law acts as a social barometer and an instrument of change.

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