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Criminal Breach of Trust (A Comprative Socio-Legal Study of Indian and Islamic Criminal Laws)

Criminal Breach of Trust (A Comprative Socio-Legal Study of Indian and Islamic Criminal Laws)
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Item Code: NAI183
Author: Prof. Qaisar Hayat
Publisher: Kitab Bhavan
Language: English
Edition: 2002
ISBN: 8171513298
Pages: 688
Cover: Hardcover
Other Details: 8.5 inch x 5.5 inch
weight of the book: 920 gms

About the Book


The scientific and systematic planned programme for Islamisation of knowledge has attracted the author to have this comparative study. Infact, it aims to elevate the position and dignity of Islamic Law, Shariah Courts, Judges and the law may have its due recognisation in the society which was relegated to the lower position during British Rule.


The Western Laws have affected the inherited traditional values giving rise to the feeling of inferiority and frustration which often express itself in nihilism and despair. This study provides remedies to the modem problems.


Indian Law relating to Criminal Breach of Trust is suppose to be most up-to-date and modem man made law. The comprision of Islamic Criminal Breach of Trust has been made with a view that it may also be tested and its worth known to the modem world.


Book is useful for research scholars, law students, judges as well as reformists.

Suggestions proposed in the book if given due place Islamic Law would be better suiting to the modern requirements which need a change.


About the Author

Dr. Qaiser Hayat, Professor of Law, Chainnan/Dean, Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh is an eminent Scholar. His specialization is in Criminal Law, Criminology, Socio-Economics Crimes and Cyber laws. He did his B.A., LL.B., LL.M., and Ph.D., from A.M.D. Aligarh.


His Ph.D. in Law is a comparative study of Islamic and Indian Criminal Laws. Book on 'Human Rights-Justice to Pre-Trial Detainees-Perspective' and recent articles entitled 'Human rights, religion, Civilization, and rights of people', 'Non-Muslims under Islamic Law', 'Appeal in Criminal cases-Islamic Law', 'Human Rights and Islam-A comparative Study' are good jurisprudential contributions.


Prof. Hayat has a good working experience of Foreign Institution as well. He had been Professor-of-Law, at Kulliyah of laws, International Islamic University of Malaysia. He is currently member of Research Monitoring, academic and learned societies.

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