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Writ Remedies (Remediable Rights under Public Law) (Including High Court Rules and Guidelines for Drafting Writ Petitions)

Writ Remedies (Remediable Rights under Public Law) (Including High Court Rules and Guidelines for Drafting Writ Petitions)

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The Sixth Edition of Writ Remedies is written omitting some repetition of cases making the size of this book handy. All over the world constitutional rights and human rights marked the beginning of a new era in the field of public law. Keeping in mind the needs of the readers I have made this edition smaller and handier, but keeping in view the rights for which remedies are available in public law. This work consists of 19 important Chapters including new cases decided by the Supreme Court of India as well as English Courts. My endeavour is to remind the Legislature and the Executive and particularly the Judiciary to try to remain within their well-defined jurisdictional limits under the Constitution. I have come across situations in some cases of the Supreme Court where the Constitutional mandate has been bypassed. I am just an author, not a social or legal reformer. The object of this book is to try and give an accurate picture of the development of law and practice for the benefit of the judicial system of this country and thus to contribute to the just disposal of cases according to law following constitutional principles. My endeavour is also to get people to know the exact rights which can be protected by the judiciary functioning within its own limitations.
This book contains three parts. Part-I of the work consists of 19 Chapters which includes a general introduction explaining concepts like judicial control and administrative action. The other chapters deal with the scope of Articles 32 and 226 of the Constitution; against whom Writ lies; Locus Standi; alternative remedy; delay, acquiescence and estoppel; suppression of material facts; Public Law and Private Law; Mandamus', Certiorari', Prohibition; Quo-Warranto', Habeas Corpus', grounds of judicial review; intensity of judicial review; judicial review of cases; Judicial Activism; Public Interest Litigation and the rights we have.
Part-II consists of Guidelines for drafting Writ petitions—Check List and Model Petitions and Part-Ill consists of High Court Rules.
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Contents
Part I

Chapter 1.    General Introduction
Chapter 2.    Scope of Articles 32 and 226 of the Constitution
Chapter 3.    Against Whom Writ Lies
Chapter 4.    Locus Standi
Chapter 5.    Alternative Remedy
Chapter 6.    Delay, Acquiescence and Estoppel
Chapter 7.    Suppression of Material Facts
Chapter 8.    Public Law and Private Law
Chapter 9.    Mandamus
Chapter 10.  Certiorari   
Chapter 11.  Prohibition
Chapter 12.  Quo-Warranto
Chapter 13.  Habeas Corpus
Chapter 14.  Grounds of Judicial Review
Chapter 15.  Intensity of Judicial Review
Chapter 16.  Judicial Review of Cases
Chapter 17.  Judicial Activism
Chapter 18.  Public Interest Litigation
Chapter 19.  What Rights Do We Have
Part II - Guidelines for Drafting Writ Petitions- Check List & Model Petitions
Checklist
Model Petition for All Cases
Format Relating to Habeas Corpus
Service Matter
Tax Matter
Excise Duty Case
Petition in Public Interest Litigation
Part III - Appendices
High Court Rules relating to Article 226 of the Constit
ution of India
App.1    Allahabad High Court Rules for Article 226 of the Constitution
App.2    Andhra Pradesh High Court Rules - The Writ Proceedings Rules, 1977
App.3    Bombay High Court Rules
App.4    Calcutta High Court Rules
App.5    Chhatisgarh High Court Rules, 2007
App.6    Delhi High Court Rules
App.7    Gauhati High Court Rules
App.8    Gujarat High Court Rules
App.9    Jammu & Kashmir High Court Rules
App.10   Jharkhand High Court Rules
App.11   Karnataka High Court Rules
App.12   Kerala High Court Rules
App.13   Madhya Pradesh High Court Rules
App.14   Madras High Court Rules
App.15   Orissa High Court Rules
App.16   Patna High Court Rules
App. 17  Punjab & Haryana High Court Rules
App. 18  Rajasthan High Court Rules
Subject Index
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Author Details
Justice Bhagabati Prosad Banerjee
, Former Judge, High Court, Calcutta
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