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Federalism in India

Introduction   Federalism has been derived from Latin word ‘Foedus’ which means ‘territories’ or ‘agreement’. According to Merriam Webster dictionary, Federalism refers to the distribution of power in an organization between a central authority and the constituent. According to Prof. Wheare, Federal principle is defined as the method of dividing powers so that the general …

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PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL JUSTICE : AN OVERVIEW

The principle of natural justice has been a recognized legal principle since the time of Aristotle. In Nicomachean Ethics Book 5, Chapter 7, Aristotle introduces the topic of natural justice. [1] It also finds reference in the Arthashashtra, a commentary on statesmanship by Chanakya. However, this principle is not very concretely defined by any of …

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Nature, Scope, And Development of Administrative Law

Nature, Scope, And Development of Administrative Law

The law which is related to administration is known as administrative law. The administrative procedure has witnessed tremendous growth in every country and evolved to deal with the operation and control of governmental powers. Definition of Administrative Law Several people, in order to clarify the concept of administrative law, gave their own definitions. Some of …

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Doctrine Of Separation Of Power And Its Relevance In The Modern Era

The whole structure of the Constitution is predicated upon the foundation which is formed because of the doctrine of separation of power. This is a system of checks and balances that prevents any organ from becoming supreme or misusing its power. The whole structure of the Constitution is predicated upon the foundation which is formed because of the doctrine of separation of power.

Analysis of the Administration of Rule of Law in the Present World

The concept of “Rule of Law” is derived from the French phrase ‘La Principe de Legality’, literal translation of which is ‘the principle of legality,[1] referring to a form of government based on principles of law and not of men.Rule of law implies that government authority must operate per the written laws, which are held to be supreme, adopted through an established procedure.