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Property Law in Nepalese Perspective

Author :  Laxmi Prasad Kharel

Product Details

  • Country Nepal
  • Publisher Kharel Kanuni Sewa Tatha Anusandhan Kendra, Kathmandu
  • ISBN9789937098519
  • FormatPaperBack
  • LanguageEnglish
  • Year of Publication2022
  • Bib. Info400p.
  • Product Weight500 gms.
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Product Description

The Author of this book Advocate Laxmi Prasad Kharel is a prolific writer and an emerging scholar of Law Academics of Nepal. Advocate Kharel has already authored more than thirty books in the area of Law, History and Constitution. He is equally interested on Legal history. The author has written this book being deeply engrossed with the available literatures on Property law and making scrutinized analysis for the completion of it. The author who works as a law lecturer in Kathmandu, is a voracious reader, has written numerous articles in the journals and newspapers. As a man of letters and humble seeker of knowledge, he has obtained MA(History), MA(Archaeology and Culture), MED(English-Socio-Psycho Linguistics), MA (English) and LLM(Constitutional Law)from TU, Nepal. Author Kharel was born on January 15,1973 at Baradashi R.M.C. Ward No. 5, Jhapa, Nepal. He was the topper of LLM in Constitutional Law in the exam held by TU in 2008-2009. This book has provided upto-date information about Property law of Nepal and other Acts and Laws which govern the Property Law of Nepal. The book flawlessly explains the right of Property as a fundamental right in Nepal and its sanctity safeguarded by the Indian Constitution, US Constitution and other Declarations, ie, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948 and French Declaration of Rights of Man and Citizen, 1789. It is expected that this book will serve an inquisitorial purpose for the students of law, researchers of law and staffs of judiciary. This book has incorporated new legal provisions dealing with the property law. It has been undated as per the newly enacted National Civil Code, 2074.

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