LLB NOTES-PART-I LAW OF EQUITY AND SPECIFIC RELIEF

Maxims of Equity – 40 Marks
The Specific Relief Act, 1877 – 60 Marks

    Course Contents

  • Maxims of Equity
  • The Specific Relief Act, 1877

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LLB NOTES-PART-I CRIMINAL LAW

The Pakistan Penal Code, 1860 And the Hudood Laws, 1979

    COURSE CONTENTS

  • Definition of Crime,
  • Nature and History of Crime,
  • cause of crime,
  • crime and Tort,
  • Functions of Criminal law,
  • Criminal Liability,
  • Actus reue,
  • Mens reaintention,
  • knowledge,
  • Motive,
  • Principles of Participation,
  • negligence Recklessness,
  • Strict Liability;
  • General defences,
  • Preliminary offences,
  • Sexual offences,
  • Assault,
  • battery,
  • Hurt,
  • Homicide,
  • Offences against property.
  • Offences affecting the public Health,
  • Safety, Convenience,
  • decency and morals.

  • BOOKS RECOMMENDED

  • Smith and Hoggen on English Criminal Law.
  • Cross and Jones on English Criminal Law
  • M H Nizami on Pakistan Penal Code.
  • Shoukat Mahmood on Pakistan Penal Code.
  • The Pakistan penal Code, 1860

  • THE PAKIST5AN PENAL CODE, 1860 OMITTING THE FOLLOWING CHAPTERS

  • Chapter VII (Offences relating to the Army, Navy and Air Force)
  • Chapter IX-A (Offences relating to Elections)
  • Chapter XII (Offences relating to Coins and government stamps)
  • Chapter XIII (Offences relating to weight and measures)
  • Chapter-XIII (Offences relating to documents and to trade or property marks)

  • HUDOOD LAWS

    Course Contents

  • Offences Against Property (Enforcement of Hudood ) Ord , 1979
  • The Offence of Zina ( Enforcement of Hudood) Ord , 1979
  • The Offence of Qazf (Enforcement of Hadd) Ord. 1979
  • The Prohibition (Enforcement of Hudood) Ord. 1979

LLB NOTES-PART-I LAW OF TORTS

COURSE CONTENTS
All contents of britosh and Constitution of United States are given as under:

    Law of torts

  • Definition of Tort
  • Difference between Tort and Crime; Tort and Breach of Contract
  • Essentials of Tort
  • Personal Disabilities
  • Discharge of Tort
  • Exceptions of Tort
  • Master and Servant
  • Remedies
  • Measurement of Damages
  • Remoteness of Damages
  • Defamation-Essential of Libel and Slander, Defences
  • Negligence and Contributory Negligence
  • Negligence; Pubic Nuisance and Private Nuisance
  • Malicious Prosecution
  • Fraud and Misrepresentation
  • Assault. Battery and Malice
  • Wrongful Confinement
  • Subrogation

  • Books Recommended

  • Windfield on Torts.
  • R.K. Kapoor on Law of Tort
  • Salmond on Torts.
  • A M Chaudhry on Law of Torts.
  • Law of Torts by Underhill.

LLB NOTES-PART-I LAW OF CONTRACT

Contract Act, 1872- 80 Marks
The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 – 20 Marks

    Course Contents

  • Preliminary General Principles
  • Formation of the Contract
  • Communication, Acceptance and Revocation of Proposals
  • Contracts, Voidable Contracts and Void Agreements
  • Contingent Contracts
  • Performance of Contracts
  • Of certain relations resembling those created by contracts
  • The Breach of Contract its Consequences and remedies
  • Indemnity and guarantee
  • Bailments
  • Agency

  • Sale of Goods

  • General Principles
  • Formation of the Contract of Sale
  • Subjection-matter of the contract
  • Condition and Warranties
  • Sale by Sample and Description
  • Auction Sale
  • Transfer of Property
  • Delivery and Payment of Price
  • Title
  • Performance of the Contract
  • Rights of Unpaid Seller
  • Breach of the Contract and remedies

LLB NOTES-PART-I CONSITITUTIONAL LAW-I

      The British Constitutional – 50 Marks

      The Constitutional of the USA – 50 Marks


    COURSE CONTENTS
    All contents of British and Constitution of United States are given as under

    PRINCIPLES OF BRITISH CONSTITUTION

  • Salient features pf the British Constitution
  • Difference between constitution & Constitutional Law
  • Source and nature of the British Constitution
  • Separation of Powers
  • The Rule of Law
  • Parliamentary Supremacy
  • British Constitutional Convention
  • Royal Prerogatives
  • British Cabinet
  • British Parliament
  • Privileges of the Parliament
  • Fundamental Rights and Human rights Act, 1998
  • Freedom of Expression
  • Judiciary
  • Impact of European Union

  • CONSTITUTION OF UNITED STATES

  • Brief History of Conventions leading The Passing of American Constitution
  • Important Characteristics / Salient Features
  • Human Rights Bill-Civil Liberties
  • Ratification of the Constitution
  • Federalism
  • Congress, its two Houses – Legislative Procedure
  • Senate and Effectiveness of its Control
  • Separation of Powers
  • President-His election, Powers and checks on him
  • Judiciary
  • Judicial Review
  • Rigidity-Procedure of amendments

  • BOOKS RECOMMENDED

  • The English Constitutions by begehot.
  • Law of the Constitutional by Dicey
  • The Government of England by Lowell
  • The Govt. of USA by Munro
  • The American Political System by Brogen
  • The American Presidency by Lasaki
  • The Supreme Court of United States by warren

LLB NOTES-PART-I ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE

LLB PART ONE ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE NOTES

  • History of the growth of the Muslim Legal System
  • Various Schools of Islamic Law
  • Sources of Law
    1. The Qur’an and the Traditions
    2. Ijma and Customs
  • Juristic Deduction
    1. Qiy’as or Analogy
    2. Istehsan or Juristic Equity
    3. Istedlal
    4. Ijtehad and Taqlid
  • Acts, Rights and Obligations
  • Legal Capacity
  • Ownership and Possession
  • Constitutional Law
  • Muslim International Law
  • Law of Contract
  • Islamic Law of Crimes and Torts


BOOK RECOMMENDED FOR ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE

  • The early development of Islamic Jurisprudence by Ahmed Hassan.
  • A History of Islamic Law by N J Coulson
  • Islamic Jurisprudence by Imran Ahmed Nyazee

LLB NOTES-PART-I JURISPRUDENCE

LLB PART ONE JURISPRUDENCE NOTES


BOOKS RECOMMENDED FOR JURISPRUDENCE LLB PART ONE

  • Jurisprudence by John Salmond edited by Fritz Gerald (latest edition).
  • Jurisprudence by Hibbert (latest edition).
  • Jurisprudence by Dennis Lloyds (Steven and sons Ltd., London).
  • Jurisprudence by CW Paton
  • Justice (R) Z A Channa, Precedents

ADDITIONAL BOOKS FOR JURISPRUDENCE LLB PART ONE

  • Muhammadan Jurisprudence by Sir Abdurrahim.
  • Phalspha Shariat-i-Islam by Subhi Mehmasani.
  • The Early Development of Islamic Jurisprudence by Dr. Ahmed Hassan
  • Islam ka Nizami-i-Hakoomat by Maulana Hamid-al-Ansari Ghazi.
  • The Mulim conduct of state by Dr. Hamid Ullah
  • Islamic Jurisprudence by kemal A.Faruki
  • Reconstruction of Legal Thought in Islam by Dr. Riaz-ul-Hassan Gilani
  • Islamic Jurisprudence by Imran Ahsan Niazi.