Jurisprudence: Syllabus (Sem IV, Mumbai University)

1. Introduction

1.1 Meaning of the term Jurisprudence
1.2 Norma and the normative system
1.2.1. Different types of nominee system such as of games, languages, religious
orders, unions, clubs and customary practice.
1.2.2. Legal system as a normative order similarities and differences of the legal
system with order normative system.
1.3. Nature and definition of law

2. Schools of Jurisprudence

2.1 Analytical positivism
2.2 Natural law
2.3 Historical school
2.4 Sociological school
2.5 Economic interpretation of law
2.6 The Modern PIL, social justice, compensatory jurisprudence
2.7 The Bharat jurisprudence
2.8 The Ancient : the concept of ‘Dharma’

3. Purpose of Law

3.1 Justice
3.1.1 Meaning and kinds
3.1.2 Justice and law approaches of different schools
3.1.3 Power of the Supreme Court of India to do complete justice in a case. Article 147.
3.1.4 Critical studies
3.1.5 Feminist jurisprudence

4. Sources of Law

4.2 Precedents: concept of state decosos
4.3 Customs
4.4 Juristic writings

5. Legal Rights: the concept

5.1 Rights kinds
5.2 Right duty correlation

6. Persons

6.1 Nature of personality
6.2 Status of the unborn, minor, lunatic drunk and deal persons
6.3 Corporate personality
6.4 Dimensions of the modern legal personality Legal personality of non-human beings.

7. Possession: the concept

7.1 Kinds of possession

8. Ownership: The Concept

8.1 Kinds of ownership
8.2 Difference between possession and ownership

9. Title

10. Property : The Concept


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