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  • So he kept his house three days, and on the fourth day he summoned the kazis and legal witnesses and made his last will and testament, and took leave of his children weeping.

    Tehran Winter Naipaul, V.S. 1981

  • Normally that ends the dispute - and in almost every case, the kazis find for the incumbents given the nature of shariat law, Dyomin says -- but when the losing party refuses to accept such the kazi's judgment, then the losers often leave and form their own separate community and when possible build their own mosque.

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  • On the other hand, the law and justice division will deal with administrative functions, recruitment and transfers of the registrars, appointment of kazis, notary public, court fee, judicial service functions, appointment of the government law officers, supervision of the courts, tribunals and legal opinions.

    The Daily Star 2009


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