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Stay Orders in Tenders and Government Contracts

Stay Orders in Tenders and Government Contracts

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  • Author(s): Narayan Laxmanrao
  • Brand: Asia Law House
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2015
  • ISBN 13 9789384410490
  • Approx. Pages 495 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
Judicial review is not mere a scrutiny of decision making process. Judicial review is the manifestation of Constitutional conscienceness. It is a judicial creativity. It is the soul of the Indian Constitution. In the absence of judicial review, the Indian Constitution remain an ephemeral legal document for a passing hour.
The jurisprudence relating to judicial review of Government contracts and tenders is evolving day by day. However, there are two sets of judgments, one taking narrow view showing the limited interference basing on earlier precedents. Second, the broad approach by the Court. Those who took the broad view, they have not violated the earlier precedents, but they have preferred to travel beyond the precedents and carried out their own niche.
At this juncture, I am reminded of the great psychoanalyst Sigmond Freud, according to him logic/reason is highly vulnerable and disintegrated. It works equally on both sides. Human first decide what to do, and they accordingly develop logic/reasons in support of his decision. But the person to whom it is presented appears that the logic/reasons are analysed first and the decision is based on the said reasons, and therefore, it is believed as rational decision. Therefore, the litmus test in judicial review is whether or not, a constitutional Judge inclined to interfere. Those who preferred to interfere, they have done it, by creating their own space and identity in the Constitutional process, and earlier precedents were never a stumbling block for them.
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Contents
1.  Rule of Law, in Tenders and Contracts
2.  Tenders and Contracts — Procedure and Considerations
3.  Tender - Terms and Conditions
4.  Tender - Words and Expressions
5.  Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) and Bank Guaranter
6.  Lowest Bid and Highest Bid
7.  Technical and Financial Bid
8.  e-Tendering Process
9.  Blacklisting of Contractors
10.  Cancellation of Tenders
11.  'Cartel' System in Tenders
12.  Government Contracts
13.  Arbitration in Contracts
14.  Breach of Contract— Writ remedy for Contractor
15.  Incentives and Assured Benefits in Government Contracts
16.  Legitimate Expectation in Contractual Matters
17.  Tender Contract Modified During Course of Contract (Novation)
18.  Tenders and Government Contracts — Judicial Review
19.  Model Writ Petitions
Subject Index
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Narayan Laxmanrao
is a practicing lawyer. He is the Author of several law books of high standard and repute like Commentary on the Civil Procedure Code, Real Estate Deals, Assigned Lands, Inam Lands, Injunction to Protect Possession and Unauthorized Construction, Anticipatory Bail and Dishonour of Cheques, Stay Orders in Government Orders, Policy Decisions, Rules, Regulations, Circulars, Notifications.
He had been felicitated by the Judges of the Andhra Pradesh High Court and the Bar Association of the High Court of Andhra Pradesh for his said contribution in the field of law. The Author is also felicitated by Hon'ble Minister of State of Andhra Pradesh in a function held at Ravindra Bharathi. He is also a Forensic Analyst.
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