Reconstruction of Legal Thought in Islam : A Comparative Study of the Islamic and the Western Systems of Law in the latter's Terminology with particular reference to the Islamic Laws suspended by the British Rule in the Sub-Continent.

By: HASSAN, Syed Riazul.

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HASSAN, Syed Riazul. The Reconstruction of Legal Thought in Islam : A Comparative Study of the Islamic and the Western Systems of Law in the latter's Terminology with particular reference to the Islamic Laws suspended by the British Rule in the Sub-Continent. Lahore : Law Publishing Company, n.d. [1974]. Pp (4),[i]-ii,[i]-v,(3),[1]-220. 8vo, blue cloth, black lettering to front board and spine. “With the advent of British Rule, Shariat, which wasthe rule for decision in all cases was restricted to the Personal Law and could be applied only where the parties are Muslims. The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan now undertakes to establish an order -- “Wherein the principles of democracy, freedom, equality, tolerance and social justice as enunciated by Islam shall be fully observed; Wherein Muslims shall be enabled to order their lives in their individual collective spheres inaccordance with the teachings and requirements of Islam as set out in the Holy Qur'an and Sunnah; and All existing laws shall be brought in conformity with the injunctions of Islam as laid down in the Holy Qur'an and Sunnah.” (from the Preface). Contents : Part I – Jurisprudence. 1. Definitions. 2.Sources of Islamic law. 3. The Qur'an. 4. The Sunnah. 5. The Dependent Sou rces. 6. Islamic law and Social Change. 7. Istehsan. 8. Custom. 9. General and Comparative Review of All the Sources. Part II – Law. 10. Roman law. 11. Constitutional Law. 12. International Law. 13. Criminal Law. 14. Civil Law. 15. Principles of Evidence. Appendices : 1. Detailed Syllabus of Islamiclaw and Jurisprudence II. 2. Summary of Chapter VI. 3. Summary of Chapter XII – (International Law). Light wear to spine ends and corners, dent to bottom edge of front board, front inner hinge shaky, penned name (dated 1975), else good. 155.00

Title: Reconstruction of Legal Thought in Islam : A Comparative Study of the Islamic and the Western Systems of Law in the latter's Terminology with particular reference to the Islamic Laws suspended by the British Rule in the Sub-Continent.

Author Name: HASSAN, Syed Riazul.

Categories: 41,

Publisher: Law Publishing Company, Lahore, 1974,:

Seller ID: 100008

Keywords: LAW LEGAL THOUGHT ISLAMIC PAKISTANI ISLAM PAKISTAN BRITISH COLONIAL HISTORY MUSLIM MUSLIMS SHARIA,