Berlin, Deutschland ; New York : Peter Lang, 
Book — 301 pages ; 22 cm.
The notion of administration
Police (law enforcement)
Agreements of administration
The notion of administrative liability
The types of administrative liability
Compensation liability of the public employees
Factors effecting administrative lability.
"To realize public interest, the administration is granted with superior powers, namely public force. In return, in a state governed by the rule of law, a mechanism is needed to protect the rights of persons before “public force” and to secure the lawfulness of the “powerful” administration. Administrative law may be seen as a balance between public interest which is in favor of people as a community and public force which restricts the rights of persons. This book covers the general principles that administration should abide by, while serving for public interest by using public force"-- Provided by publisher.
A transcription and facsimile edition of the manuscript, with an introduction and index by Büşra Aktaş Kütükçü. The manuscript contains the military judge calendar (kazasker ruznamçesi) which includes the appointments of the judge and scholars during the time of the Anatolian Kazasker Şeyhîzâde Abdurrahman Efendi.
This research examines the inheritance cases in which women living in Konya during the Ottoman renewal period were parties. These inheritance cases, which were reflected in the court records of the period between 1750 and 1800, allow the evaluation of data based on official records concerning the inheritance rights of women. This study will contribute to illuminating the social status and material rights of Ottoman women at that time on a local scale. The effects of the dual legal system on inheritance in the Ottoman Empire--shar'i law and customary law--can be seen in the documents.