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List of Subclasses

  • Subclass KA: General law
  • Subclass KB: Religious law
  • Subclass KBM: Jewish law
  • Subclass KBP: Islamic law
  • Subclass KBR: History of canon law
  • Subclass KBU: Law of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Subclass KCA: Law of Anguilla
  • Subclass KCB: Law of Aruba
  • Subclass KCC: Law of Barbados
  • Subclass KCD: Law of Bonaire
  • Subclass KCE: Law of the British Leeward Islands
  • Subclass KCF: Law of the British Virgin Islands
  • Subclass KCG: Law of the British West Indies
  • Subclass KCH: Law of the British Windward Islands
  • Subclass KCJ: Law of Dominica
  • Subclass KCK: Law of the Netherlands Antilles
  • Subclass KCL: Law of the Dutch Windward Islands
  • Subclass KCM: Law of the French West Indies
  • Subclass KCN: Law of Grenada
  • Subclass KCP: Law of Guadeloupe
  • Subclass KCQ: Law of Martinique
  • Subclass KCR: Law of Montserrat
  • Subclass KCS: Law of Saint Kitts and Nevis
  • Subclass KCT: Law of Saint Lucia
  • Subclass KCU: Law of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  • Subclass KCV: Law of Sint Eustatius
  • Subclass KCW: Law of Sint Maarten
  • Subclass KD*: Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland
  • Subclass KDA: Law of the United Kingdom
  • Subclass KDB: Law of England
  • Subclass KDC: Law of Scotland
  • Subclass KDD: Law of Wales
  • Subclass KDE: Law of Northern Ireland
  • Subclass KDG: Law of the Isle of Man and Channel Islands
  • Subclass KDK: Law of Ireland
  • Subclass KDU: History of law in America
  • Subclass KDV: Organization of American States
  • Subclass KDW: Law of Bermuda
  • Subclass KDX: Law of Greenland
  • Subclass KDY: Law of St. Pierre and Miquelon
  • Subclass KDZ: Law of North America
  • Subclass KE*: Law of Canada
  • Subclass KEA: Law of Alberta
  • Subclass KEB: Law of British Columbia
  • Subclass KEJ: Law of Newfoundland
  • Subclass KEK: Law of the Northwest Territories
  • Subclass KEL: Law of Nova Scotia
  • Subclass KEM: Law of Manitoba
  • Subclass KEN: Law of New Brunswick
  • Subclass KEO: Law of Ontario
  • Subclass KEP: Law of Prince Edward Island
  • Subclass KEQ: Law of Quebec
  • Subclass KES: Law of Saskatchewan
  • Subclass KEY: Law of the Yukon Territory
  • Subclass KEZ: Municipal law of Canada
  • Subclass KF*: Law of the United States
  • Subclass KFA: Federal law of the United States
  • Subclass KFB: State law of the United States
  • Subclass KFX: Municipal law of the United States
  • Subclass KFY: Law of the North West Terriotry of the United States
  • Subclass KFZ: Law of the Confederate States of America
  • Subclass KG*: Law of Latin America
  • Subclass KGA: Law of Belize
  • Subclass KGB: Law of Costa Rica
  • Subclass KGC: Law of El Salvador
  • Subclass KGD: Law of Guatemala
  • Subclass KGE: Law of Honduras
  • Subclass KGF: Law of Mexico
  • Subclass KGG: Law of Nicaragua
  • Subclass KGH: Law of Panama
  • Subclass KGI: Law of the Panama Canal Zone
  • Subclass KGJ: Law of the Caribbean
  • Subclass KGK: Law of Antigua and Barbuda
  • Subclass KGL: Law of the Bahamas
  • Subclass KGM: Law of the Cayman Islands
  • Subclass KGN: Law of Cuba
  • Subclass KGP: Law of Curaçao
  • Subclass KGQ: Law of Dominican Republic
  • Subclass KGR: Law of the Dutch Leeward Islands
  • Subclass KGS: Law of Haiti
  • Subclass KGT: Law of Jamaica
  • Subclass KGU: Law of the Navassa Islands
  • Subclass KGV: Law of Puerto Rico
  • Subclass KGW: Law of Saba
  • Subclass KGX: Law of Trinidad and Tobago
  • Subclass KGY: Law of the Turks and Caicos Islands
  • Subclass KGZ: Law of the Virgin Islands of the United States
  • Subclass KH*: Law of South America
  • Subclass KHA: Law of Argentina
  • Subclass KHC: Law of Bolivia
  • Subclass KHD: Law of Brazil
  • Subclass KHF: Law of Chile
  • Subclass KHH: Law of Colombia
  • Subclass KHK: Law of Ecuador
  • Subclass KHL: Law of the Falkland Islands
  • Subclass KHM: Law of French Guiana
  • Subclass KHN: Law of Guyana
  • Subclass KHP: Law of Paraguay
  • Subclass KHQ: Law of Peru
  • Subclass KHS: Law of Surinam
  • Subclass KHU: Law of Uruguay
  • Subclass KHW: Law of Venezuela
  • Subclass KJ*: Law of Europe
  • Subclass KJA: Roman law
  • Subclass KJB: History of law in Europe
  • Subclass KJC: Regional comparative and uniform law of Europe
  • Subclass KJD: Germanic Law
  • Subclass KJE: Regional organization and integration of Europe
  • Subclass KJG: Law of Albania
  • Subclass KJH: Law of Andorra
  • Subclass KJJ: Law of Austria
  • Subclass KJK: Law of Belgium
  • Subclass KJM: Law of Bulgaria
  • Subclass KJN: Law of Cyprus
  • Subclass KJP: Law of the Czech Republic
  • Subclass KJQ: Law of Slovakia
  • Subclass KJR: Law of Denmark
  • Subclass KJS: Law of Estonia
  • Subclass KJT: Law of Finland
  • Subclass KJU: Law of France
  • Subclass KJV: National Laws of France
  • Subclass KJW: Regional Law of France
  • Subclass KK*: Law of Germany
  • Subclass KKA: Law of East Germany
  • Subclass KKB: Regional Law of Germany
  • Subclass KKE: Law of Greece
  • Subclass KKF: Law of Hungary
  • Subclass KKG: Law of Iceland
  • Subclass KKH: Law of Italy
  • Subclass KKI: Law of Latvia
  • Subclass KKJ: Law of Liechtenstein
  • Subclass KKK: Law of Luxembourg
  • Subclass KKL: Law of Monaco
  • Subclass KKM: Law of the Netherlands
  • Subclass KKN: Law of Norway
  • Subclass KKO: Law of Malta
  • Subclass KKP: Law of Poland
  • Subclass KKQ: Law of Portugal
  • Subclass KKR: Law of Romania
  • Subclass KKS: Law of San Marino
  • Subclass KKT: Law of Spain
  • Subclass KKV: Law of Sweden
  • Subclass KKW: Law of Switzerland
  • Subclass KKX: Law of Turkey
  • Subclass KKY: Law of Ukraine
  • Subclass KKZ: Law of Yugoslavia
  • Subclass KL*: History of law in Asia
  • Subclass KLA: Law of Imperial and Soviet Russia
  • Subclass KLB: Law of Russia
  • Subclass KLD: Law of the Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic
  • Subclass KLE: Law of Azerbaijan
  • Subclass KLF: Law of Belarus
  • Subclass KLH: Law of Georgia ( country )
  • Subclass KLJ: Law of Lithuania
  • Subclass KLM: Law of Moldova
  • Subclass KLN: Law of the Russian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic
  • Subclass KLO: Law of the Transcaucasian Socialist Federal Soviet Republic
  • Subclass KLP: Law of Ukraine
  • Subclass KLQ: Law of the Bukhara People’s Soviet Republic
  • Subclass KLR: Law of Kazakhstan
  • Subclass KLS: Law of Kyrgyzstan
  • Subclass KLT: Law of Tadjikistan
  • Subclass KLU: Law of the Khorezm Socialist Soviet Republic
  • Subclass KLV: Law of Turkmenistan
  • Subclass KLW: Law of Uzbekistan
  • Subclass KM*: Law of Asia
  • Subclass KMA: Law of the Middle East
  • Subclass KMB: Law of Bahrain
  • Subclass KMC: Regional comparative and uniform law of the Middle East
  • Subclass KME: Regional organization and integration of the Middle East
  • Subclass KMF: Law of Armenia
  • Subclass KMG: Law of Palestine
  • Subclass KMH: Law of Iran
  • Subclass KMJ: Law of Iraq
  • Subclass KMK: Law of Israel
  • Subclass KML: Law of Jerusalem
  • Subclass KMM: Law of Jordan
  • Subclass KMN: Law of Kuwait
  • Subclass KMP: Law of Lebanon
  • Subclass KMQ: Law of Oman
  • Subclass KMS: Law of Qatar
  • Subclass KMT: Law of Saudi Arabia
  • Subclass KMU: Law of Syria
  • Subclass KMV: Law of the United Arab Emirates
  • Subclass KMX: Law of Yemen
  • Subclass KMY: Law of the People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen
  • Subclass KN*: Law of South East Asia
  • Subclass KNC: Regional comparative and uniform law of South East Asia
  • Subclass KNE: Regional organization and integration of South East Asia
  • Subclass KNF: Law of Afghanistan
  • Subclass KNG: Law of Bangladesh
  • Subclass KNH: Law of Bhutan
  • Subclass KNK: Law of Brunei
  • Subclass KNL: Law of Burma
  • Subclass KNM: Law of Cambodia
  • Subclass KNN: Law of Imperial China
  • Subclass KNP: Law of the Republic of China? (aka Taiwan)
  • Subclass KNQ: Law of China
  • Subclass KNR: Law of Hong Kong
  • Subclass KNS: Law of India
  • Subclass KNT: State law of India
  • Subclass KNU: Municipal law of India
  • Subclass KNV: Law of French Indochina
  • Subclass KNW: Law of Indonesia
  • Subclass KNX: Law of Japan
  • Subclass KNY: Municipal law of Japan
  • Subclass KPA: Law of South Korea
  • Subclass KPC: Law of North Korea
  • Subclass KPE: Law of Laos
  • Subclass KPF: Law of Macao
  • Subclass KPG: Law of Malaysia
  • Subclass KPH: Law of the states of East and West Malaysia
  • Subclass KPI: Law of the Maldives
  • Subclass KPJ: Law of Mongolia
  • Subclass KPK: Law of Nepal
  • Subclass KPL: Law of Pakistan
  • Subclass KPM: Law of the Philippines
  • Subclass KPP: Law of Singapore
  • Subclass KPS: Law of Sri Lanka
  • Subclass KPT: Law of Thailand
  • Subclass KPV: Law of Vietnam
  • Subclass KPW: Law of South Vietnam
  • Subclass KQ*: Law of Africa
  • Subclass KQA: History of law in Africa
  • Subclass KQC: Regional comparative and uniform law of Africa
  • Subclass KQE: Regional organization and integration of Africa
  • Subclass KQG: Law of Algeria
  • Subclass KQH: Law of Angola
  • Subclass KQJ: Law of Benin
  • Subclass KQK: Law of Botswana
  • Subclass KQM: Law of the British Central Africa Protectorate
  • Subclass KQP: Law of the British Indian Ocean Territory
  • Subclass KQQ: Law of British Somaliland
  • Subclass KQT: Law of Burkina Faso
  • Subclass KQV: Law of Burundi
  • Subclass KQW: Law of Cameroon
  • Subclass KQX: Law of Cape Verde
  • Subclass KRB: Law of the Central African Republic
  • Subclass KRC: Law of Chad
  • Subclass KRE: Law of Comoros
  • Subclass KRG: Law of Congo
  • Subclass KRK: Law of Djibouti
  • Subclass KRL: Law of the East Africa Protectorate
  • Subclass KRM: Law of Egypt
  • Subclass KRN: Law of Eritrea
  • Subclass KRP: Law of Ethiopia
  • Subclass KRR: Law of French Equatorial Africa
  • Subclass KRS: Law of French West Africa
  • Subclass KRU: Law of Gabon
  • Subclass KRV: Law of Gambia
  • Subclass KRW: Law of German East Africa
  • Subclass KRX: Law of Ghana
  • Subclass KRY: Law of Gibraltar
  • Subclass KSA: Law of Guinea
  • Subclass KSC: Law of Guinea-Bissau
  • Subclass KSE: Law of Equatorial Guinea
  • Subclass KSF: Law of Ifni
  • Subclass KSG: Law of Italian East Africa
  • Subclass KSH: Law of Côte dÂ’Ivoire
  • Subclass KSI: Law of Italian Somaliland
  • Subclass KSK: Law of Kenya
  • Subclass KSL: Law of Lesotho
  • Subclass KSM: Law of Mayotte
  • Subclass KSN: Law of Liberia
  • Subclass KSP: Law of Libya
  • Subclass KSR: Law of Madagascar
  • Subclass KSS: Law of Malawi
  • Subclass KST: Law of Mali
  • Subclass KST: Law of Micronesia
  • Subclass KSU: Law of Mauritania
  • Subclass KSV: Law of Mauritius
  • Subclass KSV: Law of the Midway Islands
  • Subclass KSW: Law of Morocco
  • Subclass KSX: Law of Mozambique
  • Subclass KSY: Law of Namibia
  • Subclass KSZ: Law of Niger
  • Subclass KTA: Law of Nigeria
  • Subclass KTC: Law of Réunion
  • Subclass KTD: Law of Rwanda
  • Subclass KTE: Law of Saint Helena
  • Subclass KTF: Law of São Tomé and Principe
  • Subclass KTG: Law of Senegal
  • Subclass KTH: Law of Seychelles
  • Subclass KTJ: Law of Sierra Leone
  • Subclass KTK: Law of Somalia
  • Subclass KTL: Law of South Africa
  • Subclass KTN: Law of Spanish West Africa
  • Subclass KTO: Law of Spanish Sahara
  • Subclass KTQ: Law of Sudan
  • Subclass KTR: Law of Swaziland
  • Subclass KTS: Law of Zanzibar
  • Subclass KTT: Law of Tanzania
  • Subclass KTU: Law of Togo
  • Subclass KTV: Law of Tunisia
  • Subclass KTW: Law of Uganda
  • Subclass KTX: Law of Zaire
  • Subclass KTY: Law of Zambia
  • Subclass KTZ: Law of Zimbabwe
  • Subclass KU*: Law of Oceania
  • Subclass KUA: Law of Australia
  • Subclass KUB: Law of New South Wales
  • Subclass KUC: Law of the Northern Territory
  • Subclass KUD: Law of Queensland
  • Subclass KUE: Law of South Australia
  • Subclass KUF: Law of Tasmania
  • Subclass KUG: Law of Victoria
  • Subclass KUH: Law of Western Australia
  • Subclass KUI: Law of the Ashmore and Cartier Islands
  • Subclass KUJ: Law of Christmas Island
  • Subclass KUK: Law of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands
  • Subclass KUL: Law of the Coral Sea Islands Territory
  • Subclass KUN: Law of Norfolk Island
  • Subclass KUQ: Law of New Zealand
  • Subclass KVA: History of law in Oceania
  • Subclass KVB: Regional comparative and uniform law of Australia and New Zealand
  • Subclass KVC: Regional comparative and uniform law of Oceania
  • Subclass KVE: Regional organization and integration of Oceania
  • Subclass KVH: Law of American Samoa
  • Subclass KVJ: Law of British New Guinea
  • Subclass KVL: Law of the Cook Islands
  • Subclass KVM: Law of Easter Island
  • Subclass KVN: Law of Fiji
  • Subclass KVO: Law of German New Guinea
  • Subclass KVP: Law of French Polynesia
  • Subclass KVQ: Law of Guam
  • Subclass KVR: Law of Kiribati
  • Subclass KVS: Law of the Marshall Islands
  • Subclass KVU: Law of Nauru
  • Subclass KVW: Law of New Caledonia
  • Subclass KVX: Law of Netherlands New Guinea
  • Subclass KWA: Law of Niue
  • Subclass KWC: Law of the Northern Mariana Islands
  • Subclass KWE: Law of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands
  • Subclass KWG: Law of Palau
  • Subclass KWH: Law of Papua New Guinea
  • Subclass KWL: Law of Pitcairn Island
  • Subclass KWM: Law of the Solomon Islands
  • Subclass KWP: Law of Tonga
  • Subclass KWQ: Law of Tuvalu
  • Subclass KWR: Law of Vanuatu
  • Subclass KWT: Law of Wake Island
  • Subclass KWU: Law of Wallis and Futuna
  • Subclass KWW: Law of Western Samoa
  • Subclass KWX: Law of Antarctica
  • Subclass KZ*: Law of nations
  • Subclass KZA: Law of the sea
  • Subclass KZD: Law of outer space

Subclasses

K

Law in General. Comparative and Uniform Law. Jurisprudence

KB-KBU – Religious law

KB – General and comparative religious law
KBM – Jewish law . Halakhah
KBP – Islamic law. Sharia
KBR – History of canon law (Christian) to late 19th cent.
KBS – Canon law of post-schism Eastern Christian churches This schedule is currently under development
KBU – Canon law of the Roman Catholic Church

KD-KDK – British Isles

KD – United Kingdom. England. Wales
KDC – Scotland
KDE – Northern Ireland
KDG – Isle of Man. Channel Islands
KDK – Ireland

KDZ

KDZ – Western hemisphere (general & comparative). North America (general & comparative). Bermuda. Greenland. St. Pierre et Miquelon

KE-KEZ – Canada

KE – Canada (general)
KEA – Alberta
KEB – British Columbia
KEM – Manitoba
KEN – New Brunswick. Newfoundland. Northwest Territories. Nova Scotia. Nunavut
KEO – Ontario
KEP – Prince Edward Island
KEQ РQu̩bec
KES – Saskatchewan
KEY – Yukon Territory
KEZ – Cities, towns, etc.

KF-KFZ – United States

KF – United States Law (general)

KF 16-153 Legislative Documents, Statutes, Reports
KF 154-170 Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, Formbooks
KF 220-224 Criminal Trials
KF 240-251 Legal Research and Writing
KF 261-334 Legal Education and Legal Profession
KF 350-382 U.S. Legal History and Jurisprudence
KF 332 State Bar Journals
KF 398-418 Equity, Conflicts of Law
KF 501-553 Domestic Relations, Family Law
KF 560-720 Property
KF 726-780 Trusts, Estate Planning, Wills
KF 801-1241 Contracts
KF 1246-1327 Torts
KF 1341-1480 Agency, Associations, Corporations
KF 1501-1548 Bankruptcy
KF 1601-1668 Trade Regulations, Antitrust
KF 1681-2940 Regulated Industries
KF 2971-3192 Intellectual Property, Copyright, Trademark and Patent Law
KF 3301-3580 Labor Law, Employment Discrimination
KF 3941-3977 Public Safety
KF 4101-4257 Education
KF 4501-5130 Constitutional Law
KF 5300-5332 Local Government Law
KF 5336-5398 Government Employees
KF 5500-5865 Public Property, Public Restraints on Private Property
KF 6200-6795 Public Finance, Taxation
KF 7201-7755 National Defense, Military Law
KF 8201-8228 Indian Law
KF 8700-8807 Court Organization and Procedure
KF 8810-9075 Civil Procedure
KF 9201-9479 Criminal Law
KF 9601-9760 Criminal Law and Practice
KF 9771-9827 Juvenile Criminal Law and Practice

KFA-KFW – Individual States

(Law of Individual States)
KFA 0-599 Alabama
KFA 1200-1799 Alaska
KFA 2400-2999 Arizona
KFA 3600-4199 Arkansas
KFC 0-1199 California
KFC 1800-2399 Colorado
KFC 3600-4199 Connecticut
KFD 0-599 Delaware
KFD 1200-1799 District of Columbia
KFF 0-599 Florida
KFG 0-599 Georgia
KFH 0-599 Hawaii
KFI 0-599 Idaho
KFI 1200-1799 Illinois
KFI 3000-3599 Indiana
KFI 4200-4799 Iowa
KFK 0-599 Kansas
KFK 1200-1799 Kentucky
KFL 0-599 Louisiana
KFM 0-599 Maine
KFM 1200-1799 Maryland
KFM 2400-2999 Massachusetts
KFM 4200-4799 Michigan
KFM 5400-5999 Minnesota
KFM 6600-7199 Mississippi
KFM 7800-8399 Missouri
KFM 9000-9599 Montana
KFN 0-599 Nebraska
KFN 600-1199 Nevada
KFN 1200-1799 New Hampshire
KFN 1800-2399 New Jersey
KFN 3600-4199 New Mexico
KFN 5000-6199 New York
KFN 7400-7999 North Carolina
KFN 8600-9199 North Dakota
KFO 0-599 Ohio
KFO 1200-1799 Oklahoma
KFO 2400-2999 Oregon
KFP 0-599 Pennsylvania
KFR 0-599 Rhode Island
KFS 1800-2399 South Carolina
KFS 3000-3599 South Dakota
KFT 0-599 Tennessee
KFT 1200-1799 Texas
KFU 0-599 Utah
KFV 0-599 Vermont
KFV 2400-2999 Virginia
KFW 0-599 Washington
KFW 1200-1799 West Virginia
KFW 2400-2999 Wisconsin
KFW 4200-4799 Wyoming

KFX – Cities, towns, etc.

(Law of Individual Cities)
KFZ – Extinct jurisdictions. Confederate States of America

KG-KHW – Latin America & Caribbean

KG – Latin America (general & comparative). Central America & Caribbean (general & comparative)

KGA – Belize
KGB – Costa Rica
KGC – El Salvador
KGD – Guatemala
KGE – Honduras
KGF – Mexico
KGG – Nicaragua
KGH – Panama
KGJ – West Indies & Caribbean area (general & comparative). Anguilla
KGK – Antigua & Barbuda. Aruba
KGL – Bahamas. Barbados. British Leeward Islands, Virgin Islands, West Indies, Windward Islands
KGM – Cayman Islands
KGN – Cuba
KGP РCura̤ao. Dominica
KGQ – Dominican Republic.
KGR – Dutch Leeward Islands, West Indies, Windward Islands. French West Indies, Grenada, Guadeloupe
KGS – Haiti
KGT – Jamaica. Martinique. Montserrat
KGU – Navassa islands
KGV – Puerto Rico
KGW – Saba. St Kitts, Nevis & Anguilla. St. Lucia. St. Vincent & the Grenadines. St. Eustatius. St. Maarten
KGX – Trinidad & Tobago
KGY – Turks & Caicos Islands

KH – South America (general & comparative)

KHA – Argentina
KHC – Bolivia
KHD – Brazil
KHF – Chile
KHH – Colombia
KHK – Ecuador
KHL – Falkland Islands
KHM – French Guiana
KHN – Guyana
KHP – Paraguay
KHQ – Peru
KHR – South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands
KHS – Suriname
KHU – Uruguay
KHW – Venezuela

KJ-KKZ – Europe

KJ

KJ – History of law in Europe. Law of ancient European tribes (Celts, etc.)
KJA – Roman law. Byzantine law
KJC – Regional and comparative law
KJE – Regional organization and integration. European Union
KJG – Albania
KJH – Andorra
KJJ – Austria
KJK – Belgium. Bosnia & Hercegovina (1992-; cf. KKZ)
KJM – Bulgaria. Croatia (1992-; cf. KKZ)
KJN – Cyprus
KJP – Czechoslovakia. Czech Republic (1993-)
KJQ – Slovakia (1993-)
KJR – Denmark
KJS – Estonia
KJT – Finland
KJV – France (general)
KJW – France (regions, provinces, departments, etc.; cities, towns, etc.)

KK

KK – Germany. West Germany
KKA – East Germany
KKB – German states and provinces (A-Pr)
KKC – German states and provinces (Ps-Z)
KKE – Greece
KKF – Hungary
KKG – Iceland
KKH – Italy
KKI – Latvia
KKJ – Liechtenstein. Lithuania
KKK – Luxembourg. Macedonia (1992-; cf. KKZ). Malta
KKL – Monaco
KKM – Netherlands
KKN – Norway
KKP – Poland
KKQ – Portugal
KKR – Romania
KKS – San Marino. Serbia & Montenegro (2003-; cf. KKZ). Slovenia (1992-)
KKT – Spain
KKV – Sweden
KKW – Switzerland
KKX – Turkey
KKY – Ukraine (post-Soviet, 1991-; cf. KLP)
KKZ – Yugoslavia

KL-KPW – Asia and Eurasia

KL

KL – History of law in the ancient Middle East (Egyptian, Babylonian, Assyrian, etc.). Eurasia (general & comparative)
KLA – Russia (pre-Soviet). Soviet Union (general). Commonwealth of Independent States
KLB – Russia (Federation, 1992-; cf. KLA, KLN)
KLD – Armenia (to 1991; cf. KMF)
KLE – Azerbaijan
KLF – Belarus
KLH – Georgia
KLM – Moldova
KLN – Russia (as a Soviet Republic; cf. KLA, KLB)
KLP – Ukraine (as a Soviet Republic; cf. KKY). Transcaucasian Federation
KLQ – Bukharskaia N.S.R.
KLR – Kazakhstan. Khorezmskaia S.S.R.
KLS – Kyrgyzstan
KLT – Tajikistan
KLV – Turkmenistan
KLW – Uzbekistan

KM

KM – Asia (general & comparative)
KMC – Middle East. Southwest Asia (regional comparative and uniform law)
KME – Middle East. Southwest Asia (regional organization and integration)
KMF – Armenia (1991-; cf. KLD). Bahrain
KMG – Gaza (cf. KMM)
KMH – Iran
KMJ – Iraq
KMK – Israel
KML – Jerusalem
KMM – Jordan. West Bank. Palestinian National Authority
KMN – Kuwait
KMP – Lebanon
KMQ – Oman. Palestine (to 1948)
KMS – Qatar
KMT – Saudi Arabia
KMU – Syria
KMV – United Arab Emirates
KMX – Yemen.
KMY – Yemen, South (to 1990)

KN

KNC – South Asia. Southeast Asia. East Asia (regional comparative and uniform law)
KNE – South Asia. Southeast Asia. East Asia (regional organization and integration)
KNF – Afghanistan
KNG – Bangladesh
KNH – Bhutan
KNK – Brunei
KNL – Burma
KNM – Cambodia
KNN – China (to 1949)
KNP – Taiwan (1949-)
KNQ – China (People’s Republic, 1949-)
KNR – Hong Kong (to 1997)
KNS – India (general)
KNT – India (States and union territories, A-L)
KNU – India (States and union territories, M-Z; cities, towns, etc.)
KNV – French Indochina (to 1946)
KNW – Indonesia. East Timor
KNX – Japan (general & prefectures)
KNY – Japan (cities, towns, etc.)

KP

KPA – Korea. South Korea
KPC – North Korea
KPE – Laos
KPF – Macau (to 1999)
KPG – Malaysia
KPH – Malaysia (cont.). Maldives
KPJ – Mongolia
KPK – Nepal
KPL – Pakistan
KPM – Philippines
KPP – Singapore
KPS – Sri Lanka
KPT – Thailand
KPV – Vietnam (to 1945). North Vietnam (1945-1975). Vietnam (1975-)
KPW – South Vietnam

KQ-KTZ – Africa

KQ

KQ – History of law in Africa. Extinct jurisdictions. Customary law
KQC – Regional comparative and uniform law
KQE – Regional organization and integration
KQG – Algeria
KQH – Angola
KQJ – Benin
KQK – Botswana
KQM – British Central Africa Protectorate
KQP – British Somaliland (to 1960)
KQT – Burkina Faso
KQV – Burundi
KQW – Cameroon
KQX – Cape Verde

KR

KRB – Central African Republic
KRC – Chad
KRE – Comoros
KRG – Congo (Brazzaville)
KRK – Djibouti
KRL – East Africa Protectorate
KRM – Egypt (United Arab Republic) (cf. KL)
KRN – Eritrea
KRP – Ethiopia
KRR – French Equatorial Africa
KRS – French West Africa
KRU – Gabon
KRV – Gambia
KRW – German East Africa
KRX – Ghana
KRY – Gibraltar

KS

KSA – Guinea
KSC – Guinea-Bissau
KSE – Equatorial Guinea. Ifni
KSG – Italian East Africa. Italian Somaliland
KSH – Côte d’Ivoire
KSK – Kenya
KSL – Lesotho
KSN – Liberia
KSP – Libya
KSR – Madagascar
KSS – Malawi
KST – Mali
KSU – Mauritania
KSV – Mauritius. Mayotte
KSW – Morocco
KSX – Mozambique
KSY – Namibia
KSZ – Niger

KT

KTA – Nigeria
KTC РR̩union
KTD – Rwanda
KTE – Saint Helena
KTF – Sao Tome and Principe
KTG – Senegal
KTH – Seychelles
KTJ – Sierra Leone
KTK – Somalia
KTL – South Africa
KTN – Spanish West Africa. Spanish Sahara
KTQ – Sudan
KTR – Swaziland
KTT – Tanzania
KTU – Togo
KTV – Tunisia
KTW – Uganda
KTX – Congo (Democratic Republic). Zaire
KTY – Zambia. Zanzibar
KTZ – Zimbabwe

KU-KWW – Pacific area

[etc. — incomplete]

KWX – Antarctica

KZ – Law of Nations. International law

KZA – Law of the sea

KZD – Space law. Law of outer space
(Old schedule (1995): KZ to KZB: law of nations; subclasses KZ: science of the law of nations; KZA: law and legal regimes governing common spaces (general); KZAlQOO+ : law of the sea; KZB: law of air and space. KZ has been expanded to subclasses KZA, Law of the Sea, and KZB, Law of Outer Space, the Moon, and other celestial bodies)

K Tables

Form Division Tables for Law

International (Public) Law

KZ – Law of Nations

KZ2-6795 Law of nations
KZ2-5.5 Bibliography
KZ24-38 Societies, etc.
KZ27-37 National
KZ(60)-62.5 Intergovernmental congresses and conferences
KZ(63)-1152 Sources. Fontes juris gentium
KZ118-194 Treaties and other international agreements
KZ119-165 To 1920
KZ170-173 1920-
KZ176-182.5 Boundary Treaties
KZ183-183.5 Treaties of arbitration, investigation, etc.
KZ184-194 Peace treaties
KZ199-218 Judicial decisions and arbitral awards. Law reports
KZ221-1152 By region or country
KZ1165-1208 Trials
KZ1168-1208 War crime trials
KZ1234-1236 Legal Research . Legal Bibliography
KZ1249-1252 International law and other disciplines
KZ1255-1273 Theory and principles
KZ1267-1273 Domain of the law of nations
KZ1284-1285.5 Methodology
KZ1287-1296 Codification of the law of nations
KZ1298-1304 The law of treaties. System of treaty law
KZ(1319)-(1327) International legal regimes
KZ1329-3085 Early/Medieval development to ca. 1900. Ius Naturae et Gentium
KZ1330-1339 Peace of Westphalia to the French Revolution (1648-1789)
KZ1345-1369 French Revolution to the American Civil War (1789-1861)
KZ1373-1387.2 American Civil War to the First Conference of the Hague
(1861-1899)
KZ2064-3085 Publicists. Writers on public international law
KZ3092-3405 20th century
KZ3110-3405 Publicists. Writers on public international law
KZ3410 21st century
KZ3670-3881 Objects of the law of nations. Territory and its different parts
KZ3900-(5490) The international legal community and members
KZ3910-(5490) Subjects of the law of nations
KZ4002-4080 The state
KZ4110 By region
KZ4112-4820 By state
KZ4850-(5490) Intergovernmental organizations. IGOs
KZ4853-(4934) The League of Nations
KZ(4935)-5275 The United Nations
KZ(5330)-(5490) Regional organizations
KZ5510-6299 International law of peace and peace enforcement
KZ5586-5893 The system of collective security
KZ5615-5893 Arms control and disarmament regimes
KZ5637-5645 Conventional arms control
KZ5647-5686 Nuclear (Strategic) arms limitation
KZ5687-5788.5 Nuclear weapon free zones and zones of peace
KZ5834-5865 Other weapons of mass destruction
KZ5870-5893 Mutual and balanced reduction of armed forces
KZ5900-5967 Military pact systems for collective self-defense
KZ6009-6299 Pacific settlement of international disputes and conflict resolution
KZ6115-6299 Arbitration and adjudication
KZ6350-6785 Enforced settlement of international disputes
KZ6360-6373 Non-military coercion
KZ6374-(6377) Threat of force
KZ6378-6795 Law of war and neutrality. Jus belli
KZ6427-6437 Warfare on land
KZ6440-6530 Humanitarian law
KZ6540-6660 Warfare on sea
KZ6665-6714 Air warfare
KZ6730-6785 The end of war. Armistice. Surrender. Postliminy

JZ – International Relations

JZ5-6530 International relations
JZ5.5-18 Periodicals
JZ24-38 Societies, associations, academies, institutes, etc., for the study of international relations
JZ63-1153 Sources
JZ221-1153 By region or country
JZ1249-1254 Relation to other disciplines and topics
JZ1305-2060 Scope of international relations. Political theory. Diplomacy
JZ1329.5-1395 By period
JZ1400-1454 Diplomatic and consular service
JZ1464-2060 Scope of international relations with regard to countries, territories, regions, etc.
JZ3674-3875 State territory and its parts
JZ3685 Boundaries
JZ3686-3875 International waters
JZ4835-5490 International Organizations and associations
JZ4841-4848 Political non governmental organizations. NGOs
JZ4850-5490 Intergovernmental organizations. IGOs
JZ4853-4934 League of Nations
JZ4935-5160 United Nations
JZ5511.2-6300 Promotion of peace. Peaceful change
JZ5514-5526 Societies, associations, academies, institutes, etc., for peace promotion, research and Education
JZ5527-5532 Congresses and conferences
JZ5587-6009 International Security . Disarmament. Global survival
JZ6010-6060 Pacific settlement of international disputes
JZ6360-6377 Non-military coercion
JZ6385-6405 The armed conflict. War and order
JZ6422-6422.5 Neutrality. Non participation in wars. Norms of neutrality
JZ6530 Humanitarian aspects of war



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