Borradaile's Gujarat Caste Rules: Published from the Original Answers of the Castes with the Sanction of Her Imperial Majesty's High Court of Judicature of Bombay, Volume 1

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Nirnaya-Ságar Press, 1884 - Caste
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Page 1 - The law to be observed in the trial of suits shall be Acts of Parliament, and Regulations of Government applicable to the case; in the absence of such Acts and Regulations, the usage of the country in which the suit arose ; if none such appear, the law of the defendant ; and in the absence of specific law, and usage, justice, equity, and good conscience alone.
Page 11 - I have the honor to state for the information of the Honorable the...
Page 13 - No. 51.] UNITED STATES CONSULATE, Beirut, November 15, 1887. SIR : In response to your No. 43 of the 2d instant, I have the honor to bring to your notice, for the information of the minister, that...
Page 9 - I have the honor to request you will have the goodness to...
Page 6 - Superintendent, who shall note in his own handwriting on the first and last page of each book, the number of pages contained in it, and attest the note with his official signature.
Page 1 - it is clear that the usage of the Country has precedence of the Law of the "Defendant, and consequently in all disputes between parties, who have "given in caste rules, these only shall be referred to by Judicial Authorities, "and taken as a guide, unless rescinded by any subsequent set of rules.
Page 13 - I beg that the Honorable the Chief Justice and Judges of the High Court will be pleased to...
Page 11 - I take the liberty to submit, for the consideration of the Honorable the Chief Justice and Judges of the High Court...
Page 13 - I also take this opportunity to bring to the notice of the Honorable the Chief Justice and Judges of the High Court...
Page 14 - Preface for the approval of the Honorable the Chief Justice and Judges of the High Court.

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