South African Native Law.

£18.00

Native law may be defined as those parts of the indigenous system of customing jurisprudence existing among the various Bantu tribes of South Africa,which are recognised by the South African courts.Tribal customs though not in themselves law,form the pillars which support and confer a special character to a tribe,they are so interwoven with the woof of the people,that the law has to recognise them.This book looks into every aspect of tribal law in order to find a base from which to build sound law and order to satisfy the courts requirements.

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H/b in reasonable boards,corners bumped,a little edge-wear,and ends of spine bruised.Size 10×7 pp 9+662,inc,indexes,no plates index only.Front hinge cracked at the forward.Binding good to firm.There is a private library bookplate to front p/d,No foxing or staining.But generally lightly age-browned.Otherwise nice and clean throughout.

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