Three Years Bachelor of Laws

T.U. L.L.B. Course of study (Syllabus)(First Year)
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Compulsory Subject
Procedural Laws
Constitution Law
Comparative law and Nepalese Legal system
Law of Contract
Optional Subject
Family Law
Media Law
Administrative Law
Taxation Law
Fiscal Law
International Trade Law
Equity and Torts
Child Rights and Juvenile Justice
Course Title: Jurisprudence
Full Marks: 100
Course No. Law 321
Pass Marks: 35%
Duration of the Course: One Year (125 hrs)
Level: LLB.
Nature: Compulsory
Course Objectives
The Objectives of this Course are:
– to impact the students about meaning; scope and importance of jurisprudence.
-to inculcate the knowledge about schools of jurisprudence, Critical Legal Studies, Feminist Jurisprudence and Post modernism
-to impart knowledge about the definition and source of law, concept of justice and rule of law rights and duties
-To acquaint the students with the nature and meaning of person, property and kinds of property.
-To enable the students to understand about obligation, its kinds possession, ownership and kinds of ownership.
Unit I: Introduction to Jurisprudence
1. Meaning and definition of Jurisprudence
2. Scope and importance of Jurisprudence
3. Kinds of Jurisprudence.
Unit II: Schools of Jurisprudence
1. Natural Law School
2. Historical School
3. Sociological School
4. Analytical School
5. Realist School
6. Socialist School
Unit III: Trends in Jurisprudence
1. Critical Legal Studies
2. Feminist Jurisprudence
3. Post-Modernism
Unit IV: Definition and Source of Law
1. Definition of Law
2. 2Purpose of Law
3. Functions of Law
4. Kinds of Law
5. Source of Law
a. Custom: Meaning and kinds of custom
b. Legislation: Meaning and kinds of legislation
c. Precedent: Meaning and kinds of precedent
d. Conventions
e. Juristic writings, professional opinion, reason, equity, justice and good conscience.
Unit V: The concept of Justice and Rule of Law
1. Meaning of Justice
2. Importance of Justice
3. Kinds of Justice
a. Criminal Justice
b. Civil Justice
c. Distribution Justic
d. Corrective Justice
4. Rule of law
Unit VI: Rights and Duties
1. Definition of Rights
2. Elements and theories of Rights
3. Kinds of Rights
a. Perfect and Imperfect Rights
b. Legal and Equitable Rights
c. Positive and Negative Rights
d. Rights in Rem and Right in personam
e. Proprietary and personal rights
f. Vested and contingent rights.
g. Principle and Accessory Rights
h. Primary and Sanctioning Rights
i. Rights in re-propria and rights in re-aliena.
4. Meaning and kinds of duties
5. Relationship between rights and duties
Unit VII: Person
1. Meaning of person and personality
2. Kinds of Person
a. Natural person
b. Legal person
3. Double Capacity and double personality
4. Legal Status of (a) Dead person, (b) Unborn person (c) Animal
5. Theories of Corporate personality
Unit VIII: Property
1. Basic Legal concept of Property
2. Importance of Property
3. Kinds of Property
Unit IX: Obligation and Liability
1. Meaning and kinds of Obligation
2. Meaning and kinds of Liability
Unit X: Possession
1. Meaning and importance of possession
2. Constituent Elements of Possession: Anumus Possidendi, Corps Possession
3. Types of Possession
a. Possession in Law
b. Possession in Fact
c. Mediate and Immediate Possession
d. Corporeal Possession
e. Incorporeal Possession
f. Constructive Possession
g. Concurrent Possession
4. Acquisition, Continuation and Termination of possession
5. Possessory Remedies
Unit XI: Ownership
1. Meaning and Subject matter of Ownership
2. Classification of Ownership
a. Sole and Co-ownership
b. Corporeal and Incorporeal Ownership
c. Trust and beneficial Ownership
d. Absolute and Limited Ownership
e. Vested and Contingent Ownership
3. Acquisition, continuation and termination of ownership
4. Ownership and possession.
Procedural Law
Course Title: Procedural Law
Full Marks: 100
Course No. Law 322
Pass Marks: 35%
Duration of the Course: One Year 125 hrs
Level: L.L.B.
Year: I
Nature: Compulsory
Course Objectives:
The main objectives of this course are:
-to provide the basic knowledge of civil criminal laws of Nepal
– to acquaint the students with the practical knowledge of procedural laws of Nepal

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