Muslim Law in Russian Empire at the Turn of XIX—XX Centuries: Studying, Applying, Eradication?
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Muslim Law in Russian Empire at the Turn of XIX—XX Centuries: Studying, Applying, Eradication?
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This article examines the legal pluralism in Russian Empire at the edge of XIX and XX centuries. Despite the preservation of Sharia and Adat laws, local authorities did not prevent but encourage Muslims’ recourses to civic courts. Imperial government had to aim efforts at the study and teaching of Sharia laws in Russian universities and to consult with experts in order to be able to consider possible collisions between civic and Sharia laws and to control Muslim courts.
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Russian Empire, Sharia, Adat, imperial laws
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12.06.2014
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06.09.2014
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