posal of a resolution 1 , the proceeding by #atti- dutiya-kamma 2 , or by #atti-£atuttha-kamma 2 , that is called a legal question of business.
3. ' What is that which gives rise to a legal question of dispute ? There are six causes of dis- pute that give rise to legal questions of dispute. And there are three causes of wrong-doing that give rise to legal questions of dispute, and three causes of right-doing that give rise to legal questions of dispute. And which are these six ?
'In the first place, O Bhikkhus, there is the Bhikkhu who is angry, and who bears enmity in his heart. Whatsoever Bhikkhu, O Bhikkhus, is such an angry man bearing enmity in his heart, he remains without reverence for, and without delight in the Teacher, the Dhamma, and the Sa/#gha, and does not fulfil all the duties of a disciple. And whatsoever Bhikkhu, O Bhikkhus, remains without reverence for, and without delight in the Teacher, the Dhamma, and the Sawgha, and does not fulfil all the duties of a disciple, he causes disputes to arise in the Sawgha, and such a dispute becomes a cause
Apalokana-kamman ti-ddi pana tass' eva pabheda-va^anaw. Tattha apalokana-kamman n&ma sima/Makam sawgha/w sodhetva £Aandarahana/rc khandzm aharitvd samaggassa anumatiya tikkhattiwi sdvetvd kdtabba-kammara (S. P.).
See our note at Mahdvagga I, 28, 3. The Samanta Pdsddika* here says, wattidutiyakamma/w pana apaloketvd kattabbaw pi atthi akattabba/* pi atthi. Tattha sfmasammuti sfmasamuhanani kathinadanaw kathinubbharo ku/avatthudesanS vihdravatthudesana 'ti imani kha. kammdni garukdni apaloketva katuw na va//ati, wattidutiyakammava&L/w sdvetvd 'va katabbSni, avasesd terasa sammutiyo senasanagdhakamataka (? patta) £Jvarada*n&ti(°di r")-sammutiyo k& 'ti evarup&ni lahukakammani apaloketva* pi k£tu/»