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Sources of international law include treaties, international customs, general principles of law as recognized by civilized nations, the decisions of national and lower courts, and scholarly writings.

They are the materials and processes out of which the rules and principles regulating the international community are developed.

2880, substituted “Peonage, slavery, and trafficking in persons” for “Peonage and slavery” in item for chapter 77.

1808, 1810, substituted “2721” for “2271” in item for chapter 123 and repealed amendment by Pub.

All former sections of Title 18 were repealed, transferred to other titles, or omitted by said act June 25, 1948, except for sections 595, 644, 726–1, 726a, 729, 730, and 732 which were repealed by act June 25, 1948, ch. 687, the act revising and codifying Title 28, Judiciary and Judicial Procedure, into positive law.

862, provided in part that any right or liabilities now existing under repealed sections or parts thereof shall not be affected by the repeal. 109–248, title I, §141(a)(2), July 27, 2006, 120 Stat.

It is also argued however that international treaties and international custom are sources of international law of equal validity; this is that new custom may supersede older treaties and new treaties may override older custom.

This case raises the important question of whether the Commissioner of Police, when acting as an employer, is under a constitutional, statutory or contractual duty to consult with members of the South African Police Service, or their representatives, about the amendment or alteration of their terms of employment or labour practices.

It is a matter of some importance and one which might have profited from a fuller examination of the case law and academic writings touching upon the issues involved.

The author here tries to adumbrate, tress the evolution, justify married women’s right over the spouse’s property including the marital home acquired through modes other than natural succession in the light of modern laws, Constitution and jurisprudence.

Conglomeration of statutes before enactment of Constitution and Hindu Succession Act Before enactment of Constitution and Hindu Succession Act, married women had limited ownership in the property in the form of 1) stridhana, earned by employing her labour and skill or property gifted during marriage. 2) Estate acquired through succession or through instruments, partition, with life interest, where there was no right of alienation except in legal necessity as for example legal requirement for self or for the need of the heir of last legal owners or use for religious purpose or for benefit of the estate.