Encyclopedia of Foreign Laws


Encyclopedia of Foreign Laws is a set of collections of foreign statutes and at the same time, it studies the background of a particular enactment and consequence of such enactment within the domestic field or neighborhood. 

  • Advocatetanmoy Law Index - A prima facie case Access to justice Actionable nuisance Administrative Law Adverse possession Agriculture Market Alternative Dispute Resolution Amendment of Pleading Appeal First Application of Mind Arbitration Article 227 of the Indian Constitution Biotechnology Breakdown of a marriage Blocking of…
  • Common Law Library - We now come to a period of steady growth in the common law covering just over a century and a quarter (1272-1399). The reign of Edward I is marked by one of the greatest outbursts of reforming legislation in English history until the nineteenth century. The first Statute of Westminster (1275) made numerous changes in procedure, many of them designed to protect the subject against the King’s officers, for the evidence collected by the commission of inquiry set up in the previous year had revealed a good deal of oppression.
  • Equity Law Library - The establishment of the court of chancery in England made it necessary to give a name to the more ordinary branch of law that is the province of the common or ordinary courts: it is termed, the Common Law and in opposition to it, the extraordinary branch devolved on the court of chancery is termed Equity; the name being derived from the nature of the jurisdiction, directed less by precise rules, than secundum aequum et bonum(naturally just and good), or according to what the judge in conscience thinks right. Thus equity, in its proper sense, comprehends every matter of law that by the common law is left without remedy; and supposing the boundaries of the common law to be ascertained, there can no longer remain any difficulty about the powers of a court of equity.
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  • Law of England - Blackstone’s Commentaries on the Laws of England-1765 Halsbury’s Laws of England-Being A Complete Statement of the Whole Law of England-1907 House of Lords (Decisions) Judicial Committee of Privy Council (Decisions) Supreme Court of UK (Decisions)  Acts of the English Parliament (1267…
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  • Law of Italy - Italian Laws
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  • The Study of Jurisprudence - It is not only the common interest of mankind that crimes should not be committed, but that crimes of every kind should be less frequent, in proportion to the evil they produce to society. Therefore, the means made use of by the legislature to prevent crimes, should be more powerful, in proportion as they are destructive of the public safety and happiness, and as the inducements to commit them are stronger. Therefore there ought to be a fixed proportion between crimes and punishments.


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