A Treatise on Customary Law in the Punjab: Being an Exhaustive and Critical Commentary on Punjab Custom, with Special Reference to Succession, Appointment of Heir, Ancestral Land, Alienation, Stridhan, Shamilat-deh, Village Non-proprietors, Alluvion and Diluvion, Religious Institutions, Marriage, Dower and Guardianship, and Absentees
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Punjab Custom in its relation to Hindu
follows agricultural custom or not
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