What are the future role of administrative law?

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The administrative law has come to stay because it provides an instrument of control of the exercise of administrative powers. The administrative law has to seek balance between the individual right and public needs. As we know in the society there exists conflict between power and justice wherever there is power, there exist probabilities of… Read more »

What are the sources of administrative law?

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There are four principal sources of administrative law in India:- • Constitution of India • Acts and Statutes • Ordinances, Administrative directions, notifications and Circulars • Judicial decisions The Indian Institution of Law has defined Administrative Law in the following words; “ Administrative Law deals with the structure, powers and functions of organs of administration,… Read more »

What is nature and definition of administrative Law?

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Administrative Law is, in fact, the body of those which rules regulate and control the administration. Administrative Law is that branch of law that is concerned with the composition of power, duties, rights and liabilities of the various organs of the Government that are engaged in public administration. Under it, we study all those rules… Read more »

What is need for the Administrative Law?

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The emergence of the social welfare has affected the democracies very profoundly. It has led to state activism. There has occurred a phenomenal increase in the area of sate operation; it has taken over a number of functions, which were previously left to private enterprise. The state today pervades every aspect of human life. The functions… Read more »

Which article of Constitution of India describes the types of writs for judicial review of administrative actions?

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There are five types of writs under Article of 32, and Article of 226 of Constitution of India – Habeas Corpus writ Mandamus writ Quo Warranto Prohibition Certiorari. Meaning of Judicial Review ‘Judicial review’ may be defined as a “Court’s power to review the actions of others branches of government, especially the Court’s power to invalidate… Read more »

What are the remedies of judicial review in administrative laws?

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Under Article of 32, and Article of 226 of Constitution of India, there are following remedies of judicial review in administrative laws – Habeas Corpus writ literally means “Have the body” this writ is issue to secure the release of person from illegal detention or without legal justification, its deals with person right of freedom. In simple… Read more »

What are the types of writs under Article of 32, and Article of 226 of Constitution of India?

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There are five types of writs under Article of 32, and Article of 226 of Constitution of India –  Habeas Corpus writ Mandamus writ Quo Warranto Prohibition Certiorari. Habeas Corpus writ literally means “Have the body” this writ is issue to secure the release of person from illegal detention or without legal justification, its deals with… Read more »

What is todays’ scenario over administrative actions in india?

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Judicial review is central in dealing with the malignancy in the exercise of power. However, in the changed circumstances of socio-economic development in the country the Court is emphasizing ‘self restraint’. Unless the administrative action is violative of law or the Constitution or is arbitrary or mala fide, Courts should not interfere in administrative decisions… Read more »

What is grounds for judicial review of administrative actions?

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Grounds for Judicial Review of Administrative Actions are- 1. Illegality 2. Irrationality 3. Procedural impropriety 4. Proportionality Judicial review : ‘Judicial review’ may be defined as a “Court’s power to review the actions of others branches of government, especially the Court’s power to invalidate legislative and executive actions as being unconstitutional”. Broadly speaking, judicial review… Read more »

What is judicial review in administrative laws?

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Judicial Review : ‘Judicial review’ may be defined as a “Court’s power to review the actions of others branches of government, especially the Court’s power to invalidate legislative and executive actions as being unconstitutional”. Broadly speaking, judicial review in India deals with these aspects: I. Judicial Review of Legislative Actions II. Judicial Review of Administrative Actions… Read more »