Study on the Application of Tibetan Customary Law in the Judicial Practice of Tibet Autonomous Region
DOI: 10.23977/law.2022.010301 | Downloads: 8 | Views: 100
Yin Lun 1
1 School of Political Science and Law, Xizang University, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China
Corresponding AuthorYin Lun
Due to its vast territory, numerous ethnic groups and long history, Tibet Autonomous Region has formed many ethnic and regional customary laws in its long-term historical and regional life. These ethnic customary laws are closely related to their daily life. Therefore, we can not completely negate the customary laws of ethnic minorities, but also need to maintain the majesty of national laws. Here, the author will discuss the judicial application of Tibetan customary law: "Polygamy" "compensate price" and other customary law as an example to the Tibetan customary law on criminal cases and civil cases in the Tibet autonomous region to discuss two kinds of cases, discusses minority nationalities' customary laws in the civil and criminal cases, social effect analysis of customary law in the judicial practice and the applicable feasibility of customary law in the judicial practice, And put forward to perfect the Tibetan customary law in the judicial practice of the application of suggestions.
KEYWORDSTibetan Customary Law, State Enacted Law, Judicial Practice
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Yin Lun, Study on the Application of Tibetan Customary Law in the Judicial Practice of Tibet Autonomous Region. Science of Law Journal (2022) Vol. 1: 1-5. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/DOI: 10.23977/law.2022.010301.
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