• Comprehensive examination of the concept and practice of Judicial Review, branch of Administrative Law.
• Provides an insight into the developments in administrative law in India.
• Thoroughly updated and revised edition with coherent overview of recent judicial developments.
• Examines the scope, extent and limitations on exercise of power of judicial review in India and foreign jurisdictions including the US, UK and New Zealand.
• Incorporates all significant judicial decisions in India and other foreign jurisdictions.
• Arranged thematically, the book discusses several key aspects across 22 chapters including:
(i) Scope of powers of the Court under Articles 32 and 226
(ii) Public Interest Litigation
(iii) Judicial Activism in India
(iv) Limitations on Judicial Review
• Explains the writs available under the Indian Constitution, i.e., habeas corpus, certiorari, mandamus, prohibition and quowarranto, as well as foreign writs.
• Extensive discussion on cases relating to constitutional rights are arranged neatly under sub-headings
• A Standard reference for Legal practitioners, Law firms, Judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts, Members of Central Administrative Tribunal and State Administrative Tribunals, Judicial Academies, Bar Associations, Government companies, Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, Academicians and researchers, Libraries at law colleges and universities.
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