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B. A. Diploma, or furnish other satisfactory evidence of his having obtained that Degree.
96. A fee of 30 Rupees must accompany the application of . each candidate, and no candidate shall be registered unless he have previously paid this fee to the Registrar. Candidates failing to pass one examination may be admitted to subsequent examinations on payment of a like fee of 30 Rupees on each occasion.
97. The examination for the Degree of B. L. shall be conducted partly by printed or written papers, and partly viva voce.
98. The viva voce examination shall be held at an interval of one week from the close of the examination, by printed or written papers.
99. Candidates for the Degree of B. L. shall be examined in the following subjects :The Law of Evidence....... (Norton and Best.) The Law of Contracts...... (Chitty and Story on Agency.) The Law of Torts......... (Collett.) Equity Jurisprudence...... (Story and Snell.) Hindu Law .......
(Sir Thomas Strange.) Muhammadan Law.......... (McNaughten.) Criminal Law ............
(Mayne's Penal Code.) Procedure......
(The Codes of Civil and Criminal
Procedure.) General Jurisprudence..... (Lindley's Introduction, Pt. I., ex
cepting Chapters 4, 5, & 6; Pt. II., Chapters 1 and 2, and the 1st Division of Chapter 3, with the corresponding notes of the
translator in the Appendix.) 100. The examination by printed or written papers shall be conducted in the order of time and subjects set forth in the following table, and the number of marks assignable to each subject shall be as therein specified :
In addition to the above, 120 marks shall be allowed for the viva voce portion of the examination.
101. The Examiners shall be appointed not less than three months before the time fixed for the examination, in order that they may have ample time for exercising care and deliberation in the preparation of their papers.
102. Previous to the transmission of the examination papers to the Registrar the Examiners shall hold a meeting, at which each Examiner shall submit his papers and also the value which he intends to assign to each question ; in the event of a difference of opinion, the decision of the majority of the Examiners present shall prevail.
103. Within one month from the completion of the exami. nation the Examiners shall furnish to the Registrar a tabular statement prepared in the annexed form exhibiting the results of the examination, together with a letter containing any remarks or suggestions which they may consider to be deserve ing of the attention of the Senate.
104. The candidates shall be ranked in the order of proficiency as determined by the total marks obtained by each, and shall be arranged in three classes :
The 1st consisting of those who have obtained not less than nine-twelfths of the aggregate number of marks.
The 2nd, of those who have obtained not less than seventwelfths of the aggregate number of marks.
The 3rd, of those who have obtained not less than five. twelfths of the aggregate number of marks.
Candidates failing to obtain one-third of the marks assigned to each subject, or five-twelfths on the whole, shall not pass.
The Examiners shall be at liberty to bracket men when the difference between them amounts only to a very small number of marks.
Form of tabular statement to be submitted by the Examiners.
VI.-EXAMINATION FOB DEORIE 02 M. L. 105. An examination for the Degree of Master of Laws shall be held in Madras once a year, commencing on the second Monday in February.
106. Candidates for the degree of M. L. must have taken the B. L. Degree in this or some other Indian University.
107. Applications for admission to this examination must reach the Registrar not later than the 1st November preceding. Each candidate must forward with his application his B. L. Diploma, or furnish other satisfactory evidence of bis having obtained that Degree.
108. A fee of 50 Rupees must accompany the application of each candidate, and no candidate shall be registered unless he has previously paid this fee to the Registrar. Candidates failing to pass one examination may be admitted to subsequent examinations on payment of a like fee of 50 Rupees on each occasion.
109. The examination for the Degree of M. L. shall be con. ducted partly by printed or written papers, and partly vivd,
110. The vivâ voce examination shall be held at an interval of one week from the close of the examination, by printed or written papers.
111. Candidates for the Degree of M. L. shall be examined in the following subjects :
I. The entire course prescribed for the B. L. Examination with the following additions :
1st.-Any Codes of substantive Law relating to the subjects of examination which may have been enacted by the Indian Legislature.
2nd.-The Cases and Notes in Smith's Leading Cases (the edition of 1867, by Maude and Chitty,) and in White and Tudor's Leading Cases in Equity (edition of 1866.)
3rd.—Leading Cases on Hindu and Muhammadan Law decided by the High Courts of Bengal, Madras, and Bombay, and by the Privy Council.
4th – The whole of Lindley's Introduction, instead of the parts selected for the B. L. Examination.
II. Mercantile and Maritime Law-
(Tudor's Leading Cases on Mercantile and Maritime Law, 2nd edition.)
The Indian Code on Bills and Notes if enacted.
(Joshua William's Principles of the Law of Real Property, edition 1865.)
(Joshua William's principles of the Law of Personal Property, edition 1866.)
Lewin on Trusts, 5th edition.
The following cases from Tudor's Leading Cases on the Law of Real Property with the notes
Bowle's Case; Clun's Case; Doe v. Hissoks.