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Der eid bei den Semiten

in seinem verhältnis zu verwandten erscheinungen sowie diestellung des eides im Islam

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      • Diesem buche liegt eine dänische promotions- und habilitationsschrift Den semitisk ed og beslägtede begreber samt edens stilling i Islam (Köbenhavn 1912) zugrunde.--Vorwort, p. [vii](Köbenhavn 1912) zugrune.--Vorwort, p. [vii]Die wichtigsten abkürzungen: p. [221]

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        LC Classifications1914
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        Paginationxvi, 124 p. :
        Number of Pages71
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        ISBN 10nodata
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        2Studien zur geschichte und kultur des islamischen Orients. Zwanglose beihefte zu der zeitschrift Der Islam, hrsg. von C.H. Becker.3. heft.
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Der Eid bei den Semiten, in seinem Verhältnis zu verwandten Erscheinungen sowie die Stellung des Eides im Islam : Pedersen, Johannes, 1883

If the plaintiff is a suspected liar, too, the liability to take the oath reverts to the defendant, but as he will not be allowed to take it, judgment will anyhow be entered against him ibid. 3 The oath is a party oath, originally administered as purgatory oath to the defendant, but later admitted in special cases also as confirmatory oath of the plaintiff Shevu. Minister of Justice, PD 47 4 715, 736ff. 6 The shifted oath: Where Der eid bei den Semiten defendant is a suspected liar and cannot therefore be sworn see abovethe oath is shifted to the plaintiff to verify his claim Shev.

In the discussions prior to passage of the Law, it was emphasized that the Law adopts the requirement of an oath as a compromise with the prevailing reality, on the basis of the assumption that the population needs a deterrent factor, in the form of an oath, to prevent false testimony. "I'll be damned if I will! The Civil Procedure Regulations, 5723 — 1963, state that prior to hearing testimony, the Court must warn the witness that he must state the truth, and the witness must swear to testify the truth.

The rule appears to be that it is in the free discretion of each particular court to administer the testimonial oath whenever in its opinion circumstances so require cf.

[221] Extent 1 online resource viii pages, 1 l. Genesis 24:8 with 24:41; the exchange of the related verbs in I Samuel 14:23 and 14:28; and the pair yoked in Numbers 5:21; Daniel 9:11; and Nehemiah 10:30. 19:12 ; he may not have access to God's holy place and its blessings Ps.

An exception to this rule is made in respect of unliquidated claims for accounts against trustees, partners, and agents Shevu. This will only be visible to you. The right may, however, be contracted out Ket.Pritchard, Texts 3, 659—60. by: Bauernfeind, Otto 1889-1972 Published: 1956• From the earliest days of human history, calling upon the gods of a community to witness the truth of a statement or the solemnity of a Der eid bei den Semiten has been commonly practiced.

Even though the buyer is in possession of the article, and apparently the burden of proof should be on the owner, the buyer is considered trustworthy with respect of the amount he paid only after taking an oath.

Please see a staff member to locate item. As a rule, the condition alone appears in oath statements, the self-curse being omitted for superstitious reasons.