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Constitutional Remedies and Writs (2 Vols)

Constitutional Remedies and Writs (2 Vols)

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  • Author(s): Durga Das Basu
  • Brand: Kamal Law House
  • Edition: 4 Ed 2020
  • Approx. Pages 2000 + Contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description
The interest and usefulness of writ remedies have been enlarged several times. Our constitution does not specify any procedural bar. A person may express his grievances at any time in any writ court. And it is this writ court which has developed some self-imposed patterns to make certain judicial discipline. Events now press hard on equitable remedies as we entered a new century. More persons in the profession in law and laymen as well are at a firing line in the war-front to wrest the rights which the Constitution has guaranteed to all sections of people. Political Chaos, ups and downs of economy or slow-moving productivity exist in the present society. All these pose a challenge to the present limits of law-givers or justice delivery systems. The present edition emphasizes on the simple procedural rules and substantive rights or remedies. Several new Chapters have been added.
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Table of Contents
Volume 01
Part 01 - General Principles

Chapter 01.    Equity and Remedy in Equity Courts
Chapter 02.    Amendment of Fundamental Rights and Basic Structure of the Constitutional Theory
Chapter 03.    Rights and Remedies
Chapter 04.    Prerogative Writs
Chapter 05.    Exhaustion if alternate remedies, if any, before approaching for writ remedy
Chapter 06.    Special feature of Writ Jurisdiction under Art. 32
Chapter 07.    Special feature of Writ Jurisdiction under Art. 226
Chapter 08.    Law common to Writ Jurisdiction under Art. 32 and 226
Chapter 09.    Basic Principles relating to the several Prerogative Writs
Chapter 10.    Supervisory Jurisdiction of High Court under Art. 227
Chapter 11.    Extraordinary Jurisdiction of Supreme Court under Art. 136
Chapter 12.    Judicial Review
Chapter 13.    Natural Justice
Chapter 14.    Public Interest Litigation
Chapter 15.    Tender/ Contract and Government Policy
Chapter 16.    Educational Institution/College
Chapter 17.    Labour and Service Matter
Chapter 18.    Interim Orders, Stay and Injunction
Chapter 19.    Criminal Laws and CBI Investigation
Chapter 20.    Damages, Compensation and Claim
Chapter 21.    Petition, Pleading, Practice, etc.
Volume 2
Part 02 - Uses of Writs in Particular Cases
Part 03 - Rules of Supreme Court and High Courts

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Author Details
Durga Das Basu


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