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According to the Smti of Bhaspati there are four different kinds of courts of justice.What are they?

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Asked by sudhakar kuruvada, 28 Mar '13 09:20 am
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According to the Smti of Bhaspati there are four different kinds of courts of justice. The pratihit is a court established in a fixed place such as a town, the apratihit is not fixed in one place, but moving from place to place as on a circuit, the mudrit is the court of a judge appointed by the king, who is authorized to uses the royal seal, and the sit is the court in which the king himself presides.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 28 Mar '13 09:24 am

 
  
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According to the Smti of Bhaspati there are four different kinds of courts of justice. The pratihit is a court established in a fixed place such as a town, the apratihit is not fixed in one place, but moving from place to place as on a circuit, the mudrit is the court of a judge appointed by the king, who is authorized to uses the royal seal, and the sit is the court in which the king himself presides.
Answered by rajan, 28 Mar '13 05:19 pm

 
  
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The Plaint
The Reply
The Trial
The Decision
Answered by Quest, 28 Mar '13 12:51 pm

 
  
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There are four parts of Hindu legal procedure:
1.The Plaint
2.The Reply
3.The Trial
4.The Decision
Answered by iqbal seth, 28 Mar '13 09:24 am

 
  
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