4.Law Lexicon with Maxims Including words from Indian Languages
Supreme Court Words and Phrases
This very standard and authoritative work has been in great demand. Containing over 7500 entries, the new third edition has been thoroughly updated and expanded. The many words and phrases whose meaning was determined in the various cases decided by the Supreme Court since 1950, have been extracted after carefully researching the case-law of the last 63 years as reported in all the major law reports.
· Complete case-law of the Supreme Court from 1950 up-to July 2012 covered.
· More than a dictionary- it gives meanings that are binding on all courts under Art. 141.
· Useful editorial notes lead you to related material.
· Legal Maxims and doctrines included.
· Replete with standard citations and cross citations.
· Most up to date position clearly explained.
· Elegantly produced with excellent printing on bible paper & get up.
The present work will serve to be a constant companion to every Lawyer, Judge, Jurist and Scholar.
Supreme Court Doctrines & Maxims
This superb work is the most comprehensive and dependable enunciation of the meanings of Doctrines and Maxims as extracted from over 60 years of case-law of the Supreme Court. Enriched with learned observations of the Court on various important Doctrines of Law and Latin Maxims, this book explains their scope and meaning and rulings on the fact situations in which they can be applied.
Thus Spake Their Lordships
The work eloquently portrays the collective thoughts of the Apex Court. Covering a span of four and half decades the masterpiece presents them artistically and decisively merged respecting the idea and philosophy with efflux of time behind various subjects. The compilation is an exposition of arrangement which is topic-wise but not author-centric.The present work emphasises on subject-orientation so that it can benefit the reader, the researcher, the academician, the advocates and the Judges. The qualitative paradigm is clearly spelt out. It can be said with certainty that the book commands serious concentration and simultaneously instils pleasantness. Applauded by eminent Judges of the Supreme Court, the second edition of this monumental work has been revised and updated with many new headings like – Extra-Judicial Killings, Foeticide, Hindsight, Honour Crime, Independence of Judiciary, Information Blackout, Normative Jurisprudence, Partner – Right to choose, Patient-Doctor Relationship, Personal Choices, Privacy – Right to, Single Mothers and Women’s Empowerment, etc. These quotations relate to many aspects of law and life. Some speak of the role of the State and the Judiciary, some comment on individual rights and freedoms, others remark on nation building – Some are idealist, some downright practical. Quotations from judgments of newly appointed Judges to the Supreme Court have also been incorporated and the Judge Index updated by which readers can refer to the quotes of their idol Judges.
Provides reference of cases where the quotations occur to access the appropriate quotation or principle with ease.
The qualitative paradigm is clearly spelt out.
The arrangement is topic-wise and sub-topic wise to easily find a quotation.
The search of a quotation is made expedient with an extensive word index which also includes lists Articles of the Constitution and Sections of Acts.
Readers can even locate quotes of their idol Judges with the help of ‘Judge Index’.
Law Lexicon with Maxims Including words from Indian Languages
This unique legal dictionary contains words, phrases and maxims as defined or interpreted by courts or legislatures. The work includes even those Obscure words which have lost their usage over the period of time, to update the readers about existence of such historically relevant words.
A complete referencer for statutory definitions, inter-related terms and concepts and their differences.
Includes words and phrases as defined or interpreted by Indian and foreign courts.
Every definition entry comes with a proper source, which will make citing it or referring to it easier.
Includes words from Wharton's Law Lexicon, 1911, and if the word is defined in an Act, then the meaning is also added.
Inclusion of words from Wilson's Glossary makes the readers aware of colloquial terms still in use in the practice of Law.
List of Cases and List of all the Abbreviations used in the book has been included to make the use easy.
Elegantly produced, printed with imported leatherite soft touch flexi-bound cover with superior printing on imported Bible paper.