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CUSTOMARY JUSTICE AND THE RULE OF LAW IN WAR-TORN SOCIETIES
Ibaloy Customary Law on Land Resources (Cordillera Studies Center Working Paper 19).
The Punjab customary law: Containing the latest case law
A treatise on customary law in the Punjab
Another implication of these findings is that women with daughters might be more cautious about marrying again if they were to recognize the consequent risk to their daughter." (Russell, 1986, p. 268) "As some researchers have begun to suspect, it may be the case that a growing number of stepfathers are really `smart pedophiles', men who marry divorced or single women with families as a way of getting close to children." (Crewdson, 1988, p. 31) Women and children have been traditionally the property of men to do with as they wish. (The idea of a woman much less a child having rights to their own body is indeed a new idea.) Communities vary in the degree in which they tolerate domestic violence but "the house is still the man's castle." In many tribes, information, beliefs, and customs are handed down orally or by example from one generation to another. 14 For example, in the Minto Tribal Court of Alaska the resolution process involves a segment dedicated to ''traditional counseling'' by the facilitator or presiding judge , e.g. Separate institutions and rules for aboriginal people-- pluralism, equality and discrimination (Reference on aboriginal customary law research paper) http://terrific.cc/library/separate-institutions-and-rules-for-aboriginal-people-pluralism-equality-and-discrimination. Hence it is an immoral state of affairs when economics, an instrumental department of life, becomes the dominant one: when the economic category of profit and utility is placed above man, that is, above sovereign and autonomous personal values, whether in the case of individuals or in that of national political communities The customary law of the Dinka download online download online. In addition, some legislations are made under delegated powers. This is called subsidiary legislation. For example, an ordinance may delegate to the Chief Executive in Council (the Chief Executive with the advice of the Executive Council) the power to make regulations to deal with the details of the implementation of a legislative scheme , cited: Customary law of Punjab and Haryana http://terrific.cc/library/customary-law-of-punjab-and-haryana.
A Digest of Civil Law for the Punjab, Chiefly Based on the Customary Law as at Present Ascertained.
The recognition of aboriginal tribal marriage: Areas of functional recognition (Reference on aboriginal customary law research paper)
Chinese Customary Law (Revised Edition)
Customary Law Ascertained Volume 2. The Customary Law of the Bakgalagari, Batswana and Damara Communities of Namibia
Customary Law, India 16th Edition
Customary Law in Nigeria Through the Cases
The Law of Usages and Customs: A Treatise Wherein is ... Pointed Out When and to What Extent Usages and Customs May Be Set Up as a Defence, and How, ... or Explain Writings and Agreements [ 1881 ]
ARTNESS & REASON - Creative Law.: I Am Famous Ideas and Sayings.
Customary law in northern Sinai
A Hand Book Of The Thesawalamai: Or The Customary Law Of The "province" Of Jaffna : Being A Summary Of The Decisions Of The Hon'ble The Supreme Court ... : With An Introduction And The Text
Retroactivity and the Common Law
Administration of Justice in African Customary Law versus Christianity: Crime, Punishment and Justice
African Customary Law in South Africa (OUP Southern Africa)
Native courts and native customary law in Africa: Record of the Judicial Advisers' Conference, 1953
Aboriginal customary law-- child custody, fostering and adoption (Reference on aboriginal customary law research paper)
The Last Hours Before The Bar Exam: What you must do and how to do it when your bar exam is hours away.......
The Last Hours Before The Bar Exam: A Jide Obi law book
The Nature of Customary Law: Legal, Historical and Philosophical Perspectives
Fanti customary laws: A brief introduction to the principles of the native laws and customs of the Fanti and Akan districts of the Gold Coast,