Customary law of the Multán district

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While this solved the problem of permanent restraint on alienation, it did so only at the cost of defeating the expectations of grantors, which meant in contemporary terms upsetting the estate planning arrangements of the most powerful players in the political economy. M. (2005) "Coming of Age: Law and Society Enters an Exclusive Club" in Annual Review of Law and Social Science Vol. 1: 1-16, pp?? It is impossible to speak about limits to the power and authority of the state except in the language with which such ideas were originally expressed.

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