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. The significance of the Bengal Regulation of 1793 lies in
the fact that

(a) It provided for the establishment of the Supreme Court

(b) It restricted the application of English law to
Englishmen only

(c) It accommodated the personal laws of Hindus and Muslims

(d) It provided for the appointment of the Indian Law Commission
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(c) It accommodated the personal laws of Hindus and Muslims 
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c ..i'm sure 
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Arjun Menon K

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