Decolonisation of Legal Knowledge

Decolonisation of Legal Knowledge

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The premise of this book is that legal theory in general, and criticial legal theory in particular, do not facilitate the identification of choices being made in the different facets of law -- whether in the enacting, interpreting, administering or theorising of law.In the growth of law on taxation, alternate interpretations typically originate at the level of quasi-judicial adjudication by civil servants. ... of central excise, and Section 83A of the Finance Act 1994 provides only for the adjudication of penalties in offences related to service tax. ... instructions indicating the monetary limits of the powers of adjudication for officers of each rank in the hierarchy, vide Circular No.

Title:Decolonisation of Legal Knowledge
Author: Amita Dhanda, Archana Parashar
Publisher:Routledge - 2012-04-27

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