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" Three persons, a wife, a son, and a slave, are declared by law to have (in general) no wealth exclusively their own ; the wealth which they may earn is (regularly) acquired for the man to whom they belong. "
Institutes of Hindu Law, Or, The Ordinances of Menu [i.e., Manu]: According ... - Page 191
by Manu (Lawgiver), Kullūkabhaṭṭa, Graves Champney Haughton - 1869 - 340 pages
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A Digest of Hindu Law: On Contracts and Successions, with a Commentary, Volume 2

Contracts - 1874
...being free, his favours may be accepted. 51. : — These three persons, a wife, a slave, and a son, have, in general, no wealth exclusively their own : the wealth, which they may gain, is regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong. MENU : — Three persons, a wife, a son,...
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Selections from the Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British India ...

India - 1875
...term, than slaves. The Hindu law recognizes no rights in a slave : " three persons," says Menu,** " a wife, a son, and a slave, are declared by law to have no wealth exclusively their own : the wealth which they may earn is acquired for the man to whom they...
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The Principles of Sociology, Volume 8, Issue 1897

Herbert Spencer - Sociology - 1897
...paternal power is insisted upon by the sacred books of the Hindus. In the Code of Mann it is written : — "Three persons — a wife, a son. and a slave —...regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong." And according to Nelson's View qfilie Hindu law, this relationship still contimies. "It is the undoubted...
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A Treatise on Hindu Law and Usage

John Dawson Mayne - Customary law - 1878 - 607 pages
...position is well known. Exactly a similar authority was once possessed by the Hindu father. Manu says, " Three persons, a wife, a son, and a slave, are declared...regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong " (u). And so Narada says of a son, " he is of age and independent, in case his parents be dead ; during...
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A Digest of the Hindu Law of Inheritance and Partition: From the Replies of ...

Sir Raymond West, Georg Bühler - Adoption (Hindu law) - 1878 - 632 pages
...Vvnvahura MayOkha, ˇ>. 153, /. 2 : — A wife, a son, and a slave are (in general) incapable of property, the wealth which they may earn is (regularly) acquired for the man ti> whom they belong. (Borradiiile. p. 121, Stokes II. LB 100.) (2) Vy»T. May. p. 151, /. 1 ; (3)...
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The Hindu Law of Marriage and Stridhan

Sir Gooroodass Banerjee - Hindu law - 1879 - 487 pages
...independently of her husband. 6 It is true that Manu says : " Three persons—a wife, a son, and a slave—are declared by law to have in general no wealth exclusively...wealth which they may earn is regularly acquired for i 3 Mad., App. (Criminal Cases), vii. Dayabhaga, Ch IV, Sec. II, 14. Ibid, Ch. XI, Sec. I, 2. IX, 45,...
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The Hindu Law of Marriage and Stridhan

Sir Gooroodass Banerjee - Hindu law - 1879 - 487 pages
...prohibited the sale or gift of a son.1 A text of Manu" says that the son is one of the three persons declared by law to have in general no wealth exclusively their own. But the effect of this rule has been more than counteracted by a text of equal authority,3 which declares...
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Dissertations on Early Law and Custom: Chiefly Selected from Lectures ...

Sir Henry Sumner Maine - Comparative law - 1883 - 402 pages
...inspired under a system of ancestor-worship. At a much later date the law-book of Manu declares that ' Three persons — a wife, a son, and a slave — are...regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong ' (Manu, mi. 416). A still more recent, but still ancient, authority — Narada (v. 39) — says that...
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A Treatise on Hindu Law and Usage

John Dawson Mayne - Civil law - 1883 - 682 pages
...position is well known. Exactly a similar authority was once possessed by the Hindu father. Mann says, " Three persons, a wife, a son, and a slave, are declared...general no wealth exclusively their own ; the wealth ' v which they may earn is regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong" (v). And so Narada says...
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Vyavasthá-Darpana: Digest of Hindu Law as Current in Bengal. (Syámá Charana ...

Bengal (India) - 1883
...the following text : " Three, persons, a wife, a son, and a slave, are declared in general to have no wealth exclusively their own : the wealth which...earn, is regularly acquired for the man, to whom they belong."1 KULLI^KA-BHATTA, therefore, in expounding the text of MANU,-" The husband is even one person...
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