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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CLASSIFICATION OUTLINECLASS K - LAW(Click each subclass for details)Subclass KLaw in general. Comparative and uniform law.JurisprudenceSubclass KBReligious law in general. Comparative religious law.JurisprudenceSubclass KBMJewish lawSubclass KBPIslamic lawSubclass KBRHistory of canon lawSubclass KBULaw of the Roman Catholic Church. The Holy SeeSubclassesKD-KDKUnited Kingdom and IrelandSubclass KDZAmerica. North AmericaSubclass KECanadaSubclass KFUnited StatesSubclass KGLatin America - Mexico and Central America West Indies. Caribbean areaSubclass KHSouth AmericaSubclassesKJ-KKZEuropeSubclassesKL-KWXAsia and Eurasia, Africa, Pacific Area, and AntarcticaSubclass KZLaw of nations

Subclass 9Law in general. Comparative and uniform law. JurisprudencePeriodicalsBibliographyMonographic seriesEncyclopediasDictionaries. Words and phrasesMaxims. QuotationsYearbooksDirectoriesLegal researchLegal composition and draftsmanshipLegal educationLaw societies. International bar associationsThe legal professionLegal aid. Legal assistance to the poorHistory of lawBiographyCongressesCollected works (nonserial)Addresses, essays, lecturesMiscellanyEthnological jurisprudence. Primitive lawJurisprudence. Philosophy and theory of lawPeriodicalsMethodologyHistoryUniversality and non-universality of lawThe concept of lawActs and eventsSources of lawInterpretation and construction of law. Lacunae in lawClassification of law. TypologySchools of legal theoryHistorical jurisprudencePositivismSociology of law. Sociological jurisprudenceNatural lawRelation of law to other topicsComparative law. International uniform lawTreaties and other international agreementsTrialsConcepts applying to several branches of lawLegal systems comparedRegional divisions. Interregional comparative lawPrivate lawUnificationCivil lawPersonsDomestic relations. Family law

329PropertyTrusts and trusteesSuccession upon deathObligationsContractsRestitution. Quasi contracts. Unjust enrichmentTortsCompensation to victims of crime. ReparationCommercial lawThe merchant. Business enterprisesCommercial agencyCommercial contractsSale of goodsNegotiable instrumentsBankingLoan of moneySecured transactionsInvestmentsCarriage of goods and passengers. CarriersMaritime lawMaritime social legislationMarine insuranceInsuranceBusiness associationsInsolvency and bankruptcy. Creditors' rightsIntellectual propertyCopyrightIndustrial propertySocial legislationLabor lawSocial insurancePublic welfare. Public assistanceCourts. ProcedureCourt organization and procedureCivil procedureNegotiated settlement. CompromiseArbitration and awardPublic lawConstitutional lawConstitutional historyThe stateConstitutional principlesForm and structure of governmentNational territoryForeign relations administrationPublic policyIndividual and stateChurch and stateOrgans of governmentThe people. Election lawThe legislature

7145-7148K7155-7197Heads of state and the central governmentThe judiciaryConstitutional courts and procedureColonial lawAdministrative lawThe administrative processAdministrative organizationCivil service. Government officials and employeesPublic property. Public restraint on private propertyPublic healthEnvironmental lawMedical legislationVeterinary laws. Veterinary medicine and hygiene. Preventionof cruelty to animalsFood. Drugs. CosmeticsAlcohol. Alcoholic beveragesPublic safetyControl of social activitiesEducationScience and arts. ResearchEconomic constitution, policy, planning, and developmentRegulation of industry, trade, and commerce. Occupational lawTrade regulations. Control of trade practicesPrimary production. Extractive industriesManufacturing industriesFood processing industriesTrade and commercePublic utilitiesTransportation and communicationProfessions and occupationsPublic financeNational revenueState and local financeGovernment measures in time of war, national emergency, oreconomic crisisNational defense. Military lawThe military establishment. Armed forcesMilitary criminal law and procedureCriminal law and procedureCriminal lawCriminal procedureJuvenile criminal law and procedurePrivate international law. Conflict of lawsInternational unification, approximation, and harmonizationChoice of lawRetroactive law. Intertemporal lawJuristic actsPersonsNatural personsJuristic persons. AssociationsDomestic relations. Family law

age. Husband and wifeParent and child. Guardian and wardPropertyTrust and trusteesSuccession upon deathObligationsContractsRestitution. Quasi contracts. Unjust enrichmentTortsCommercial lawCommercial contractsMaritime lawInsuranceBusiness associations. Business corporationsInsolvency and bankruptcy. Creditors' rightsIntellectual propertyCopyrightIndustrial propertySocial legislationCivil procedure. International civil procedureArbitration and awardRecognition of foreign administrative acts

Subclass 6.5KB3098-3121.7KB3122KB3123-3123.5Religious law in general. Comparative religious law.JurisprudenceBibliographyPeriodicalsAnnuals. AnnuairesMonographic series. By title, A-ZCollections. Compilations (General and comprehensive)Auxiliary sciencesEncyclopedias. Law dictionaries. Terms and phrases.Vocabularies. By author or title, A-ZProverbia. Legal maxims. Brocardica juris. Regulae juris.By author or title, A-ZBiography (Collective)Legal research. Legal bibliography. Methods ofbibliographic researchConferences. SymposiaGeneral works. TreatisesLegal systems comparedTheory, philosophy, and science of religious lawInterdisciplinary discussion of subjectsRitual law. Religious observances and ritualsLaw reform and policies. CriticismPrivate law (General)Private international law. Conflict of lawsCivil law (General)PersonsDomestic relations. Family lawGuardianship. Guardian and wardInheritance and successionGifts. Charitable gifts. DonationsProperty. Res in commercioObligations. Contracts and transactionsLabor laws and legislationSocial laws and legislation. Welfare. CharitiesCourts and procedurePublic law. The StateConstitutions and religion. Constitutional andadministrative lawCivil service. Employees of state, communal agencies,and religious corporationsPolice and public safetyPublic property. Government propertyPublic healthMedical legislationVeterinary medicine and hygiene. Veterinary public healthAnimal protection. Animal welfare. Animal rights

0KB3790-4855Birth control. Family planningEnvironmental lawCultural affairsEconomic lawTransportation and communicationProfessions. IntelligentsiaPublic financeGovernment measures in time of war, national emergency,or economic crisisMilitary lawCriminal law and procedure

Subclass M3738-3785Jewish law. HalakahHalakahEven ha-#ezer law (General)H. oshen mishpat. law (General)Mishpat IvriBibliographyMonographic seriesLegal education. Study and teachingGeneral worksThe concept of Jewish lawSources of Jewish law (Mishpat Ivri)Methodology of law developmentInfluence of other legal systems on Jewish lawLaw reform and policies. CriticismConcepts applying to several branches of the law, A-ZPrivate lawConflict of laws. Plurality of laws conflictAssistance in emergenciesPersonsDomestic relations. Family lawGuardian and ward. ApotroposInheritance and successionGifts. Charitable gifts. DonationsDinei mamonotSocial laws and legislationCourts and procedurePublic law. The state and the Jewish community. KehillahConstitutional law. Constitutional principles of the JewishcommunityAdministrative law and process of communal agenciesCivil service. Employees of communal agenciesPolice and public safetyPublic property. Communal property. Restraints on privatepropertyPublic healthMedical legislationBirth control. Family planningEnvironmental lawCultural affairsEconomic lawTransportation and communicationProfessionsPublic financeMeasures in time of war, national emergency, or economiccrisisCommunity defense. Military law

KBM3790-4855Criminal law and procedure

Subclass 8-3121.5KBP3122KBP3123-3123.5KBP3124-3125Islamic law. Sharī#ah. FiqhBibliographyMonographic seriesSocieties. AssociationsCongresses. ConferencesAcademies. InstitutesEncyclopedias. DictionariesMaxims. QuotationsDirectoriesLegal researchLegal education. Study and teachingHistory, development and application of Islamic lawBiographySourcesGeneral worksIslamic law and other disciplines or subjectsObservances and practice of IslamSchools of thought. Islamic legal schools. MadhāhibUs. ūl al-fiqh. Jurisprudence and theory of law. Science oflegal reasoningInfluence of other legal systems on Islamic lawLaw reform. Criticism. Tanz. īmConflict of laws. Tanāzu* al-qawānīnFurū# al-fiqh. Substantive law. Branches of lawGeneral works. TreatisesParticular genresGeneral conceptsAh. wāl shakhs. īyahMu#āmalātIntellectual and industrial propertyUnfair competitionLabor laws and legislationSocial laws and legislationCourts and procedurePublic law. The state and IslamConstitution of the state. Constitutional lawGovernment and administration. Siyāsah. AdministrativeprocessCivil service. Employees of communal agenciesPolice and public safetyPublic property. Government propertyPublic healthMedical legislationVeterinary medicine and hygiene. Veterinary public healthAnimal protection. Animal welfare. Animal rightsBirth control. Family planning

P3790-4860Environmental lawCultural affairsEconomic lawTransportation and communicationProfessions. IntelligentsiaPublic financeGovernment measures in time of war, national emergency,or economic crisisMilitary lawCriminal law and procedure

Subclass 4090History of canon lawBibliographyAnnuals. Annuaires. YearbooksMonographic seriesOfficial acts of the Holy SeeDecisions of ecclesiastical tribunals and courts, and relatedmaterialsEncyclopedias. Law dictionaries. Terms and phrases.VocabulariaDirectoriesAuxiliary sciencesProverbia. Legal maxims. Brocardica juris. Regulae jurisFormularies. Clauses and forms. FormulariaCollective biography of canonists or juristsTrialsLegal research. Legal bibliography. Methods of bibliographicresearchLegal education. Study and teachingSocieties. Associations. Academies, etc.Conferences. SymposiaGeneral worksSourcesCanon law and other disciplines or subjectsCanonical jurisprudence. Canonical scienceInfluence of other legal systems on Canon lawLaw reform and policies. CriticismGeneral concepts and principles, A-ZIus ecclesiasticum privatumConstitution of the ChurchThe teaching office of the church. Magisterium. De ecclesiaemunere docendiSacraments. Administration of sacraments. De sacramentiset administrationeSacramentals. SacramentaliaOther acts of divine worship. De ceteris actibus Cultus DiviniSocial work of the Church. Public welfare. CaritasChurch property. Church economics and finance.AdministrationPenal (Criminal) law. De lege poenaliJudiciary. Ecclesiastical courts and procedure. DeprocessibusChurch and state relationships. De relationibus interecclesiam et status. Ius publicum ecclesiae

Subclass 80-3985KBU4000-4097KBU4112-4820Law of the Roman Catholic Church. The Holy SeeBibliographyAnnuals. Annuaires. YearbooksMonographic seriesOfficial gazette of the Holy SeeOfficial acts of the Holy SeeDecisions of ecclesiastical tribunals and courts, and relatedmaterialsEncyclopediasDictionaries. Terms and phrases. VocabulariesDirectoriesForm books. Clauses and formsTrialsLegal research. Legal bibliography. Methods of bibliographicresearchLegal education. Study and teachingSocieties. Associations. Academies, etc.Academies. InstitutesConferences. SymposiaGeneral worksWorks on diverse aspects of a particular subject and fallingwithin several branches of the law. By subject, A-ZCollections. Compilations. SelectionsCanon law and other disciplines or subjectsCanonical jurisprudence. Theory and science of canon lawInfluence of other legal systems on canon lawLaw reform and policies. CriticismConcepts applying to several branches of the law, A-ZThe codes of canon lawGeneral norms and principles. De normis generalibusConstitution of the ChurchThe teaching office of the Church. Magisterium. Deecclesiae munere docendiSacraments. Administration of sacraments. De sacramentiset administrationeSacramentals. SacramentaliaOther acts of divine worship. De ceteris actibus Cultus DiviniSocial work of the Church. Public welfare. CaritasMedical ethics and legislation. Church policyChurch property. Church economics and financeSanctions in the Church. Criminal law. De sanctionibus inEcclesia. De lege poenaliCourts and procedure. De processibusChurch and state relationships. De relationibus interecclesiam et status. Ius publicum ecclesiaeLocal Church government

Subclass 1-990KDE 21-580KDG26-540KDK21-1950Law of the United Kingdom and IrelandEngland and WalesLocal laws of EnglandLocal laws of WalesWalesScotlandNorthern IrelandIsle of Man. Channel IslandsIreland (Eire)

Subclass KDZ4001-4499America. North AmericaOrganization of American States (OAS)BermudaGreenlandSt. Pierre and Miquelon

Subclass 1-1199KES1-599KEY1-599KEZ1-9999Law of CanadaFederal law. Common and collective provincial lawIndividual provinces and territoriesAlbertaBritish ColumbiaManitobaNew BrunswickNewfoundlandNorthwest TerritoriesNova ScotiaOntarioPrince Edward IslandQuebecSaskatchewanYukon TerritoryIndividual cities, A-Z

Subclass S3001-3599KFT1-599KFT1201-1799KFU1-599KFV1-599Law of the United StatesFederal law. Common and collective state lawIndividual doConnecticutDelawareDistrict of kaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVermont

hingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyomingIndividual cities, A-ZNorthwest TerritoryConfederate States of America

Subclass 99KGW8001-8499KGX1-499KGY1-499KGZ1-499Latin America (General)Mexico and Central America (General)BelizeCosta RicaEl ma Canal ZoneWest Indies. Caribbean areaGeneralAnguillaAntigua and BarbudaArubaBahamasBarbadosBonaireBritish Leeward IslandsBritish Virgin IslandsBritish West IndiesBritish Windward IslandsCayman IslandsCubaCuraçaoDominicaDominican RepublicDutch Leeward Islands (General)Dutch West Indies (Netherlands Antilles)Dutch Windward Islands (General)French West Indies ntserratNavassa IslandsPuerto RicoSabaSaint Christopher (Saint Kitts), Nevis, and AnguillaSaint LuciaSaint Vincent and the GrenadinesSint EustatiusSint MaartenTrinidad and TobagoTurks and Caicos IslandsVirgin Islands of the United States

Subclass HQ1-9800KHS1-9000KHU1-9800KHW1-9900South America rFalkland IslandsFrench GuianaGuyanaParaguayPeruSurinamUruguayVenezuela

Subclasses K

K85-89 Legal research K94 Legal composition and draftsmanship K100-103 Legal education K109-110 Law societies. International bar associations K115-130 The legal profession K133 Legal aid. Legal assistance to the poor K140-165 History of law K170 Biography K

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