Court : Himachal Pradesh
Decided on : Aug-05-1974
..... daily life of the laity in a veriety of ways, and in the end exerted profound influence upon the development of national laws. plucknet: a concise history of the common law, 3rd edn p. 267 et sea.5. in ancient england, in the struggle for power between the church and the state, curial jurisdiction was divided between the ecclesiastical court and the ..... real property, to resolve situations where property holdings did not effectively afford a means of satisfying the requirements of justice and where action was required 'in personam'. the common law was also slow to admit the evidence of parties and witnesses. in the fifteenth century there were complaints that juries were packed, bribed and intimidated. finally, the technical forms ..... corresponding growth in the quantity and variety of the sources of ecclesiastical law. the systematic research of the eleventh century which was undertaken in order to confine ancient and universally recognised authorities in canon law led to the decretum of ivo of chartres in 1095. the systematization of canon law was carried to its conclusion by gartian who soon after 1140 published ..... king's court. the former applied the ecclesiastical law, which included the canon law, and the latter concerned itself with the common law. the separation between the .....Tag this Judgment!