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Author(s)B P Banerjee
PublisherLexis Nexis
ISBN9788180386107
BindingHard Cover
LanguageEnglish
Publish YearJanuary 2012

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Lexis Nexis B P Banerjee Judicial Control of Administrative Action 2Edition by B P Banerjee

This is the latest edition of an essential book on Administrative Law. Presented through case law, this commentary explains role of judges and courts in judicial review, the scope of judicial activism and the strength of the writs available to citizens for reparation of a wrong. This book also examines case law from many countries other than India and it covers recent developments in the areas of judicial activism and Public Interest Litigation. The aim of this book is to provide principles and materials for upholding the rights of the people so that they can get justice from the correct forum. The book endeavours to help understand that system so that the citizens find it easy to approach the courts. Key Features • The role of courts in judicial review explained; • Cases from other countries, for e.g., USA, Canada, UK, Australia, discussed; • Explanation of all the writs in the Indian Constitution, i.e., habeas corpus, certiorari, mandamus, prohibition and quo-warranto, as well as foreign writs; • Extensive discussion on cases for every right neatly arranged under many sub-headings; • Chapter on Public Interest Litigation enlarged; the misuse of PILs clarified through case law; • Rights of people under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other International Covenants listed with case law;