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The Resource Selective judicial competence : the Cirebon-Priangan legal administration, 1680-1792, Mason C. Hoadley

Selective judicial competence : the Cirebon-Priangan legal administration, 1680-1792, Mason C. Hoadley

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Selective judicial competence : the Cirebon-Priangan legal administration, 1680-1792
Title
Selective judicial competence
Title remainder
the Cirebon-Priangan legal administration, 1680-1792
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Mason C. Hoadley
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eng
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Hoadley, Mason C
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index present
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Studies on Southeast Asia
Series volume
no. 15
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  • Nederlandsche Oost-Indische Compagnie
  • Nederlandsche Oost-Indische Compagnie
  • Law
  • Courts
  • Judicial power
  • HISTORY
  • Courts
  • Judicial power
  • Law
  • Indonesia
  • Rechtsmacht
  • Procesrecht
  • Rechtsstelsels
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Selective judicial competence : the Cirebon-Priangan legal administration, 1680-1792, Mason C. Hoadley
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Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 165-168) and index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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black and white
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text
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Contents
  • Cover; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1. Colonialism, Procedural Law, and the Cirebon-Priangan Region; Procedural Law; Cirebon; Priangan Lands; Sources; Case Record; Organization and Time Span; Section I. Preludes 1681-1706/08; Chapter 2. Javanese Legal Competence; Padu and Pradata in the Earliest Cirebon Texts; Relevant Sources; Undifferentiated Padu and Pradata Competence; Distinctively Padu; Distinctively Pradata; Padu Affairs Handled by the Jaksa Pipitu; Padu-The Economic Dimension; Pradata Court of Princes and Jaksa; Pradata-The Sovereignty Dimension; 1681-1690-Continuity with an Exception
  • Chapter 3. Court Performance to 1706Pradata; Padu; Padu or Pradata Competence?; Javanese courts-Company Modifications; Change in Venue = Change in Legal Principles; Cirebon; Administrative Settlements at Batavia; Administrative Mediating in the Priangan; Summary; Section II. Dutch Take-Over 1706/08-1728; Chapter 4. A Cirebon-Priangan Legal System 1706-1708; Whither Company Rule?; Resolution of 1706; Pangeran Aria Cirebon; Lack of Court Directive; Resolution of 1708; Padu Courts; Pradata Courts; Criminal"" Courts; Civil"" Competence and Administrative Tendencies; Rebirth of Javanese Justice?
  • Section IIA. Failure of Padu Legal Procedure 1706-1728Chapter 5. Modification of Padu Legal Procedure 1706-1717; Cirebon Residents; Performance-Descriptions; Performance-Actual Cases; Regents' Disputes-Acceptability of Jaksa Authority; Resolution of 1713; "Self-Colonialization"; Alienation of Javanese Litigants; Company Criticism v Company Need; Jaksa Success-Megat Sari v Suba Mangala, 1715; Summary; Chapter 6. Demise of Padu Procedure-the 1720s; Van Tets' Innovations in Land Disputes; Resolution of 1719; Resolutions of 1720 and 1723; Death of Pangeran Aria Cirebon; Demise of the Jaksa Pipitu
  • Resolution of 1727Tersmitten as a Patron of Law; Undang Nitih Cirebon; Van Tets and Tersmitten Innovations; Section IIB. Pradata/Criminal Justice; Chapter 7. Pradata Competence in "Criminal" Cases; Pradata Judgment; Paepen and Vagabonds; Puspa Nagara Affair, 1717; Kruger's Murder; Pradata Responsibility-Associates; Javanese Law in Company Service; Trials before the Jaksa College; Gobius' Case Against Puspa Nagara; Jaksa Conception of the Case; Summary; Chapter 8. Pradata/Criminal Courts 1708-1728; Executive Council; Van Tets' Reform of 1718; Jaksa on the Executive Council, 1718-1721
  • Jaksa ResponsibilitiesCase Examples; Expropriation and Extortion; Lim Hoeko's Murder; Resident as Inquisitor; Islam in Judicial Procedure-The Kalia Affair, 1720; The Executive Council after 1721; Gallows "Tempat Volewijk"; Section III. Consolidation of the Legal System after 1728; Chapter 9. Alternatives to Padu Competence 1728-1750; Alternatives to Padu-Toyagama; Alternatives to Padu-Administrative Decisions; The Executive Council and the Legal Administration; Ceribon Land Disputes-Chaos; The Pinjalin Affair in Retrospect; Chapter 10. Triumph of the Executive Courts 1750-1792
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1 online resource (ix, 173 pages)
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9781501719264
Lccn
94180292
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22573/ctv1krwbm
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(OCoLC)622216040
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Label
Selective judicial competence : the Cirebon-Priangan legal administration, 1680-1792, Mason C. Hoadley
Publication
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 165-168) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1. Colonialism, Procedural Law, and the Cirebon-Priangan Region; Procedural Law; Cirebon; Priangan Lands; Sources; Case Record; Organization and Time Span; Section I. Preludes 1681-1706/08; Chapter 2. Javanese Legal Competence; Padu and Pradata in the Earliest Cirebon Texts; Relevant Sources; Undifferentiated Padu and Pradata Competence; Distinctively Padu; Distinctively Pradata; Padu Affairs Handled by the Jaksa Pipitu; Padu-The Economic Dimension; Pradata Court of Princes and Jaksa; Pradata-The Sovereignty Dimension; 1681-1690-Continuity with an Exception
  • Chapter 3. Court Performance to 1706Pradata; Padu; Padu or Pradata Competence?; Javanese courts-Company Modifications; Change in Venue = Change in Legal Principles; Cirebon; Administrative Settlements at Batavia; Administrative Mediating in the Priangan; Summary; Section II. Dutch Take-Over 1706/08-1728; Chapter 4. A Cirebon-Priangan Legal System 1706-1708; Whither Company Rule?; Resolution of 1706; Pangeran Aria Cirebon; Lack of Court Directive; Resolution of 1708; Padu Courts; Pradata Courts; Criminal"" Courts; Civil"" Competence and Administrative Tendencies; Rebirth of Javanese Justice?
  • Section IIA. Failure of Padu Legal Procedure 1706-1728Chapter 5. Modification of Padu Legal Procedure 1706-1717; Cirebon Residents; Performance-Descriptions; Performance-Actual Cases; Regents' Disputes-Acceptability of Jaksa Authority; Resolution of 1713; "Self-Colonialization"; Alienation of Javanese Litigants; Company Criticism v Company Need; Jaksa Success-Megat Sari v Suba Mangala, 1715; Summary; Chapter 6. Demise of Padu Procedure-the 1720s; Van Tets' Innovations in Land Disputes; Resolution of 1719; Resolutions of 1720 and 1723; Death of Pangeran Aria Cirebon; Demise of the Jaksa Pipitu
  • Resolution of 1727Tersmitten as a Patron of Law; Undang Nitih Cirebon; Van Tets and Tersmitten Innovations; Section IIB. Pradata/Criminal Justice; Chapter 7. Pradata Competence in "Criminal" Cases; Pradata Judgment; Paepen and Vagabonds; Puspa Nagara Affair, 1717; Kruger's Murder; Pradata Responsibility-Associates; Javanese Law in Company Service; Trials before the Jaksa College; Gobius' Case Against Puspa Nagara; Jaksa Conception of the Case; Summary; Chapter 8. Pradata/Criminal Courts 1708-1728; Executive Council; Van Tets' Reform of 1718; Jaksa on the Executive Council, 1718-1721
  • Jaksa ResponsibilitiesCase Examples; Expropriation and Extortion; Lim Hoeko's Murder; Resident as Inquisitor; Islam in Judicial Procedure-The Kalia Affair, 1720; The Executive Council after 1721; Gallows "Tempat Volewijk"; Section III. Consolidation of the Legal System after 1728; Chapter 9. Alternatives to Padu Competence 1728-1750; Alternatives to Padu-Toyagama; Alternatives to Padu-Administrative Decisions; The Executive Council and the Legal Administration; Ceribon Land Disputes-Chaos; The Pinjalin Affair in Retrospect; Chapter 10. Triumph of the Executive Courts 1750-1792
Control code
ocn622216040
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (ix, 173 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781501719264
Lccn
94180292
Level of compression
  • lossless
  • lossy
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctv1krwbm
Reformatting quality
  • preservation
  • access
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)622216040
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.

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