Indian law follows principles of english law in most areas of law but the law of trusts is a notable exception indian law does not recognise double ownership and a beneficiary of trust property is not the equitable owner of the property in indian law. Students at an indian law school are preparing to study the enslavement of house elves discrimination against werewolves and conditions inside azkaban. Indian law indian law the legal practices and institutions of india the general history of law in india is a well documented case of reception as well as of grafting foreign laws have been received into the indian subcontinent for example in the demand by the hindus of goa for portuguese civil law and. Diverse foundations of indian law and muslim conceptual input preclude simple legal uniformity uniformity privileged by modernisation and state centruism in 19th c british and indian elite promoted modernisation and unification eg
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