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HOW TO USE TABLE II
INTRODUCTION
The Moys scheme is intended for use mainly in common law jurisdictions (the British Isles,
Canada, the United States, most of the West Indies, Australia and New Zealand), so most of
the classes are allocated to the common law (KF-KN). Non-common law jurisdictions are
arranged by continent and are listed in classes KR-KV:
KR
Africa
KS
Latin America
KT
Asia and Pacific
KV
Europe
Whereas the common law section is almost fully enumerated, class numbers for noncommon law jurisdictions have to be constructed, using Tables I and II. The rest of this guide
explains how to do this, with particular reference to Table II, as this is likely to be used the
most. For the sake of brevity, only the K notation is given. You will need to have a copy of
the Moys scheme to hand.
CONSTRUCTING NUMBERS USING TABLE II
Each country has a block of numbers and a letter against its name in the schedules, eg:
France
KV1101-1250 (A)
Malaysia
KT3201-3280 (B)
Kenya
KR3101-3150 (C)
Liechtenstein
KV2281-2300 (D)
Each block is of 150 (A), 80 (B), 50 (C) or 20 (D) numbers, based on an estimate of the
amount of literature that might be held in a British library which was interested in the country
concerned. Thus, more numbers are given to countries such as France, India and South
Africa than to Chile or Mongolia.
Tables I and II are used in combination, with Table I dealing with primary materials by form,
and Table II covering secondary materials by subject. The arrangement follows closely that
in KF to KN, although in less detail. The headings of the columns in these tables, A, B, C, D,
E and F, correspond to the letters in brackets after the names of the jurisdictions in the
schedules; there are also columns for use with Dewey 344 and 349.
Step 1: Find the country in the alphabetical Index of Jurisdictions
Step 2: Locate the country in the schedules, noting the range of numbers given and the
letter in brackets after the country name
Step 3: Find the required number in Table II, using the column headed by the appropriate
letter
Step 4: Slot the number given into the range of numbers given for the country.
Note that the number constructed is SUBSTITUTED for the one in the Table, not added on
to it. The last whole digit (plus any after a decimal point) will therefore always be the same
as the last digit in the Table; any digit(s) before that may be the same as that in the Table
(see Examples 2 and 3 below) or may need to be added on (see Examples 1 and 4 below),
depending on where the block of numbers for the jurisdiction begins.
Example 1: Arbitration law in France
France
KV1101-1250 (A)
Arbitration (Table IIA)
148
KV1248
Full number
KV1248 is constructed as follows:
France has an “A” next to it, which means it has been allocated 150 numbers in the KV
class, 60 for primary materials and 90 for secondary materials. Column A should therefore
be used in Table II to construct the number for arbitration, somewhere within the range of
numbers KV1161-1250.
Table II column A (90 numbers)
France KV1161-1250 (A)
(1-60 Primary materials)
(1101-1160 Primary materials)
61-150 Secondary materials
1161-1250 Secondary materials
(Selected terms only)
Table IIA (61-150)
France (KV1161-1250)
Legal system
61
KV1161
Administration of justice
68
KV1168
Administrative law
82
KV1185
Private law
95
KV1195
Property
103
KV1203
Personal property
108
KV1208
Social laws
120
KV1220
Company law
128
KV1228
Finance, banking
134
KV1234
Arbitration
148
KV1248
Costs
150
KV1250
Example 2: Malaysian tax law
Malaysia
KT3201-3280 (B)
Taxation (Table IIB)
32.5
KT3232.5
Full number
KT3232.5 is constructed as follows:
Malaysia has a “B” next to it, which means it has been allocated 80 numbers in the KT class,
20 for primary materials and 60 for secondary materials. Column B should therefore be
used in Table II to construct the number for tax law, somewhere within the range of numbers
KT3221-80.
Table II column B (60 numbers)
Malaysia KT3221-3280 (C)
(1-20 Primary materials)
(3201-20 Primary materials)
21-80 Secondary materials
3221-3280 Secondary materials
(Selected terms only)
Table IIB (21-80)
Malaysia (KR3221-3280)
Legal system
21
KT3221
Administration of justice
27
KT3227
Administrative law
32
KT3232
32.5
KT3232.5
Private law
37
KT3237
Property
42
KT3242
Personal property
45
KT3245
Social laws
56
KT3256
Company law
62
KT3262
Communications
74
KT3274
Costs
80
KT3280
Taxation
Example 3: Land tenure in Kenya
Kenya
KR3101-3150 (C)
Land tenure (Table IIC)
29.2
KR3129.2
Full number
KR3129.2 is constructed as follows:
Kenya has a “C” next to it, which means it has been allocated 50 numbers in the KR class,
10 for primary materials and 40 for secondary materials. Column C should therefore be
used in Table II to construct the number for land tenure, somewhere within the range of
numbers KR3111-50.
Table II column C (50 numbers)
Kenya KR3111-3150 (C)
(1-10 Primary materials)
(3101-10 Primary materials)
11-50 Secondary materials
3111-3150 Secondary materials
(Selected terms only)
Table IIC (11-50)
Kenya (KR3111-3150)
Legal system
11
KR3111
Administration of justice
15
KR3115
Administrative law
20
KR3120
Private law
24
KR3124
Property
28
KR3128
29.2
KR3129.2
Personal property
30
KR3130
Social laws
36
KR3136
Company law
40
KR3140
Finance, banking
43
KR3143
Remedies
50
KR3150
Land tenure
Example 4: Banking law in Liechtenstein
KV2281-2300 (D)
Liechtenstein
Banking (Table IID)
19.6
KV2299.6
Full number
KV2299.6 is constructed as follows:
Liechtenstein has a “D” next to it, which means it has been allocated 20 numbers in the KV
class, 8 for primary materials and 12 for secondary materials. Column D should therefore be
used in Table II to construct the number for banking, somewhere within the range of
numbers KV2289-2300.
Table II column D (12 numbers)
Liechtenstein KV2281-2300 (D)
(1-8 Primary materials)
(2281-2288 Primary materials)
9-20 Secondary materials
2289-2300 Secondary materials
(Selected terms only)
Table IID (9-20)
Liechtenstein (KV2289-2300)
Legal system
9
KV2289
Administration of justice
10
KV2290
Administrative law
12.5
KV2292.5
Private law
14
KV2294
Property
16
KV2296
Personal property
16.4
KV2296.4
Social laws
17.5
KV2297.5
Company law
19.1
KV2299.1
Finance, banking
19.6
KV2299.6
Costs
20.6
KV2300.6
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