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Trending: Call for Papers Volume 3 | Issue 2: International Journal of Advanced Legal Research [ISSN: 2582-7340]

Judiciary

IS THE LACK OF WOMEN JUDGES IN INDIA A THREAT TO REPRESENTATIVE JUDICIARY?

  In the present 21st century, women worldwide have entered various spheres of professional life like medicine, teaching, technology, finance, economics and even politics where they have set incredibly high benchmarks for the once male dominated patriarchal society and have proved that they are an equal stakeholder of the resources of this planet and can …

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Sustainable Development And Judiciary In India

INTRODUCTION: – Right to wholesome environment is a fundamental right under Article 21 of the Constitution but most of the countries are developing and there is need of industrialization for it, but then it cost us the environment. So to solve the problem, the concept of sustainable development is introduced by various countries and hence …

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Tribunals

 INTRODUCTION Tribunal is a quasi-judicial institution that is set up to deal with problems such as resolving administrative or tax-related disputes. It performs a number of functions like adjudicating disputes, determining rights between contesting parties, making an administrative decision, reviewing an existing administrative decision and so forth.  The term ‘Tribunal’ is derived from the word …

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Anti-Defection Law and its need in the present time

Introduction The follies that Indian Political System had imbibed since long was put on hold in the year 1985 when an infamous Haryana-MLA switched between two parties thrice a day in the year 1967. This incident was a highlight for the Parliament to finally, reach a saturation point and then enacted a proper law for …

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The Contempt Of Court Act, 1971: Introduction & Limitations

Introduction The Legal System is the part of a country’s government which administers justice in accordance with the law. It apply the law, settle disputes, punish law-breakers, protects rights of individuals and fills loop holes in the law. The Legal system that we see today is the result of 1000 years legal evolution from divine …

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