Part III encompasses chapters that deal with the main sources and instances of law: the state, traditionality and religiosity. Chapter 7 is dedicated to the place of the state law within legal pluralism. Further, I discuss the reconciliation provision, which plays an important role for the resolution of different trouble-cases, including negligent homicide. Then I engage with a case that was resolved in a state court. Based on discussions with concerned individuals, this section offers ethnographic evidence related to the court processes and the organization of the judicial system. Additionally, the obstacles and problems of seeking formal justice are highlighted.