offence." Whatsoever quarrel, strife, controversy, difference of opinion, contradiction, opposition, cantankerousness or contention there may be on such a matter, this is called a legal question arising out of dispute.
And among these, which is a legal question arising out of censure? This, O Bhikkhus, is when Bhikkhus charge a Bhikkhu with a fault of morality, or of conduct, or of opinion, or of means of livelihood. Whatsoever charge, censure, incrimination 2, admonition 2 , candid opinion 3 , making of excuses 4 for a person, or making fun of him, there may be, that is called a legal question arising out of censure.
'And among these, what is a legal question arising out of offence? The five groups of offences 5 are subjects of legal questions of offences, and the seven groups of offences 6 are subjects of legal questions of offence. This is what is called a legal question arising out of offence.
'And among these, what is a legal question of business? Whatsoever is to the Samgha a matter which ought to be done, an obligation, a matter for which leave ought to be formally asked, the pro-
Vipakkatdya vohâro ti kitta-dukkhatthâya vohâro pharusa-vakanan ti attho (S. P.).
Anullapanâ anubhawanâ ti ubhayam anuvadana-vevakana- mattam eva (S. P.).
Anusampavankatâ ti punappunam kâya-kittam vâkâhi tatth' eva sampavaṅkatâ anuvadanabhâvo ti attho (S. P.).
Abbhussahanatâ ti kasmâ ev&m na upavadissâmi upavadissâmi yevâ ti ussâham katvâ anuvadanâ (S. P.).
That is to say, Para^ika, Sawghddisesa, P&yfcittiya, PaTidesa- niya, and Dukkata, as below, in IV, 14, 14; IX, 3, 3.
That is to say, the five mentioned in the last note, and
besides them, Thullakkaya and Dubbhâsita.