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Socio-Economic Offences Laws

Manish Mahajan

ISBN 10: 9380228732 / ISBN 13: 9789380228730
Published by Global India Publications, 2011
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Contents Preface 1 The Arms Act 1959 2 The Conservation of Foreign Exchange And Prevention of Smuggling Activities Act 1974 3 The Commission of Sati Prevention Act 1987 4 The Dowry Prohibition Act 1961 5 The Drugs And Cosmetics Act 1940 6 The Drugs And Magic Remedies Objectionable Advertisements Act 1954 7 The Essential Commodities Act 1955 8 The Foreign Exchange Management Act 1999 9 The Immoral Traffic Prevention Act 1956 10 The Indecent Representation of Women Prohibition Act 1986 11 The Prevention of Blackmarketing And Maintenance of Supplies of Essential Commodities Act 198012 The Prevention of Corruption Act 1988 12 The Prevention of Food Adulteration Act 195413 The Protection of Civil Rights Act 1955 14 The Scheduled Castes And Scheduled Tribes Prevention of Atrocities Act 198915 The Standards of Weights And Measures Act 1976 Bibliography IndexThis books analyses the weaknesses in the establishment political approaches to reform of the provision of justice judging them as being either too overtly concerned with inappropriate society crimes ot too wedded to legal procedural rules It argues that the most efficient solution is an adapted version of legal aid as a kind of welfare state benefit and more integrated public services aimed at providing justice for the citizen The analysis apples emerging political concepts of globalization hegemony and a closed legal system to this debate while considering the conflicting principles of community 432 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 102043

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Title: Socio-Economic Offences Laws

Publisher: Global India Publications

Publication Date: 2011

Binding: Pbk

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This book analyses the weaknesses in the established political approaches to reform of the provision of justice, judging them as being either too overtly concerned with inappropriate society crimes, or too wedded to legal procedural rule. It argues that the most efficient solution is an adapted version of legal aid as a kind of welfare state benefit and more integrated public services aimed at providing justice for the citizen. The analysis applies emerging political concepts of globalization, hegemony and a closed legal system to this debate, while considering the conflicting principles of community.

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Manish Mahajan, MA, LLM, MBA, has about 14 years teaching experience on law. He taught Constitutional Law of India,Labour Law, Family Law, Legal Remedies, DPC, Environmental LAw, ILO, Comparative Trade Union Law, ID Act, 1947. He had practiced as an Advocate at the High Court. He is co-editor of journal on Law. He has attended several seminars and conferences and presented papers in legal text books. He actively participates in Legal Advice/Legal aid and literary programmes. He has about 16 years of research experience in the field of law. His areas of specialization are Labour Law, Environmental Law, Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing.

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