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Aubaret, Louis Gabriel Galderic, 1825-1894. Annamite code: laws and regulations of the Kingdom of Annam, Vol. 2
Table of Contents
Section Xxiv. Concerning Persons Who Become Guilty During Periods Of Amnesty So As To Benefit By Them.
Section Xxix. Concerning Court Clerks Who Themselves Write, Or Who Alter, The Statements Of The Culprits.
Section Vii. Concerning The Reinstating Of Mandarins Previously Deprived Of Their Functions And Dismissed
Section X. Concerning Mandarins Who For No Reason Dispense With Rendering To The King The Honors Which Are Due Him, Or Who Neglect Their Court.
Section Xi. Concerning High Mandarins Who Do Not Conform To The Regulations In Summoning Their Inferiors.
Section V. Concerning Cases Where Someone Neglects To Address A Report To The King When Such A Report Is Prescribed.
Section Iii. Concerning The Unauthorized Construction And Establishment Of Buddhist Monasteries And Taoist Homes.
Section Ii. Concerning The Waiving Or Reduction Of Taxes Because Of Inclement Weather And Poor Seasons.
Section V. Concerning The Prohibition Against Mandarins Buying Lands Or Houses In The Territory They Administer.
Section Iii. Concerning Those Who Collect Tax Quotas And Hide Them In Their Homes With The Intent Of Personal Gain.
Section Xii. Concerning The Mutual Supervision Which The Agents Of Public Storehouses Should Exercise Over Each Other.
Section Xiii. Concerning The Negligence Of Doorkeepers And Night Watchmen In Charge Of Guarding The Granaries Of The State.
Section Xvii. Concerning The Legal Fineness Of Gold Or Silver Paid In To The Public Treasury As Tax Quotas.
Section Xxi. Concerning The Care Of Objects Belonging To The Government Which Are Not In Storehouses.
Section Iii Concerning Body-guards (day And Night) Who Have Someone Substitute For Them In Their Duty.
Section Viii. Concerning Palace Employees Who Do Not Leave The Palace When They Should, Or Who Enter It When They No Longer Have The Right To.
Section Iii. Concerning Immedlate Communications Which Are To Be Made Concerning Military Operations.
Section Ix. Concerning The Prohibition Against Being Carried By Persons Of The Common People When Traveling.
Section Xi. Concfrning Individuals Commissioned To Do A Public Service Who Have An Ordinary Person Substitute For Them.
Section Iii. Concerning Constructions Contrary To The Design. The Proposed Purpose, Or Recognized Custom.
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