Data Katalog
Jumlah Pengunjung:70
Jenis Bahan Pustaka:Monograf
Nomor Panggil:340.5 BUR c
Pengarang:Burns, Peter
Judul:Concepts of Law in Indonesia
Penerbitan:KITLV Press
Deskripsi Fisik:xix + 307 hal.; 24 cm.
Subjek: Sistem Hukum
Catatan:The Dutch colonial power in Indonesia in the nineteenth century needed to clarify its understanding of the legal valus and conventions of the peoples whom it claimed to rule. Dutch colonial lawyers tended to rationalize this legal culture, lumping together all kinds of indigenous legal customs from different areas as manifestations of adatrecht, or customary law. The status of this legal system vis-a-vis Dutch colonial law was a source of continual debate and disagreement. The champions of adatrecht, known as the Leiden School, with C. van Vollenhoven in the forefront, scored a vistory around 1927 when adatrecht gained official recognition, though on the other hand it became the subject of mounting criticism. After World War II, the independent state of Indonesia paid lip service to adatrecht principles, but in practice treated it as irrelevant, or even an embarrassment.
ISBN / ISNM / ISSN: 9067181757
DDC:340.5
JUMLAH EKSEMPLAR:2
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084##$a 340.5
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990##$a 1975/LHN/2016
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