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        PublishersAshgate
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        LC Classifications1999
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        Paginationxvi, 140 p. :
        Number of Pages42
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        ISBN 101855219654
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Company rule in India

It is an island country that is present in the South East Asia. Journal of Economic History 1951; 11 4 : 389—402. You can add text, modify any part of the entry or suggest subject matters that the entry should cover.

The College was later to play an important role both in the development of and in the. In the rural areas, or the Mofussil, the —the rural overlords with the hereditary right to collect rent from peasant farmers—also had the power to administer justice. Hence there are different laws that regulate Company registration in East Timor. "He believed that the government was the ultimate lord of the Company law in East Asia and should not renounce its right to 'rent', i.

This makeshift arrangement continued—with much accompanying disarray—until 1771, when the Court of Directors of the Company decided to obtain for the Company the jurisdiction of both criminal and civil cases. 1803: of annexed; nonresistance from the ; accepts borders with. This will certainly become an important reference tool. By the 1820s British nationals could transact business or engage in missionary work under the protection of the Crown in the three presidencies.

of the peasants by the zamindars became more prevalent as cash crops were cultivated to meet the Company revenue demands. "Investment in Indian railways, 1845—1875". The councils barely had enough powers for the effective management of their local affairs, and the ensuing lack of oversight of the overall Company operations in India led to some grave abuses by Company officers or their allies.

Company Law in East Asia review Company Law in East Asia review Stoltenberg, Clyde. In 1773, after ceded the tributary state ofthe revenue collection system was extended to the territory with a Company in charge. Even adolescent widows were expected to live a life of austerity and denial. "Sir William O'Shaughnessy, Lord Dalhousie, and the Establishment of the Telegraph System in India".

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Other sections had less secure support, consisting, in some cases, of sections ofinsulated with pieces of sal wood fastened to their tops. By 1856, iron tubes had begun to be employed to provide support, and would see increased use in the second half of the 19th century all over India.

The third related goal grew out of the philosophy then current among some Company officials that they would themselves become better administrators if they were better versed in the languages and cultures of India. During the subsequent discussion we hope to explore the relationship between gender and law in the history of East Asia and beyond.

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