Please forward this code civil 2015 PDF screen to host. The Hindu code bills were several laws passed in the 1950s that aimed to codify and reform Hindu personal law in India.
Cet ouvrage reprend, outre le Code civil, les conventions internationales, les lois particulières, les dispositions transitoires et les arrêtés royaux utiles en la matière.
While there may be a permanence of certain fundamental beliefs about the nature of life that is pervasive through Hinduism, Hindus as a group are highly non-homogenous. As Derrett says in his book on Hindu law, « We find the Hindus to be as diverse in race, psychology, habitat, employment and way of life as any collection of human beings that might be gathered from the ends of the earth. Hindu law’s content and structure has ultimately survived as a result of its administration by British judges who gave a lot of attention to Hindu religious-legal texts, while simultaneously invoking English procedure, jurisprudence, and English law to fill any gaps. Opinions often differ as to the extent of the discrepancy between the current law and the public’s needs, but most agree that a substantial inconsistency exists. In 1921, the British Government had already gone so far as to welcome individual Members’ efforts at piecemeal codification, a limited but significant shift in policy. In December 1946, the Constituent Assembly convened to devise a Constitution for the soon-to-be-independent India. There were extensive debates over the place of personal laws in the new Indian legal system.