Introduction to Jewish Civil Law
In this systematic introduction to Jewish civil law, the author examines a wide range of topics, including: Jewish civil law's place in the Torah; ownership and possession; real property; decisions; law, equity and morality; law and illegality; prohibited transactions; knowledge, intentions and consent; and more. The author provides numerous examples to illustrate the specific laws, thereby rendering this complex material comprehensible even to the beginner. Also included are a brief historical overview, biographical and bibliographical notes, a glossary of foreign words and phrases, and a subject index.
|Number of pages||337|
|Binding type||Hard Cover|
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