An Indian Perspective on Judicial ReviewJournal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2020-06-30
Authors : Anwesha Tripathy; Nilanjan Chakraborty;
Page : 9591-9596
Keywords : Democracy; Judicial Review; Natural Justice; Writs;
The research paper deals with the idea of judicial review and how it began in the Marbury v. Madison case back in 1803. The paper also clarifies the basic concepts of natural justice before addressing the various solutions under review, such as certiorari, prohibition, habeas corpus, mandamus, and quo warranto.The paper ends by addressing the importance of judicial review in a democracy where authority can often go unbridled.The principle chief justice Coke declared, the legitimacy of the legislation was firmly challenged in colonial tribunals in many cases. Following, the United States of America set the world's legal standards in advance as a novel republic description.The judicial review may serve as a verified command on the republic, while disintegrating obsessed with monocracy, and giving in to the offensive law. India itself adopted in its Constitution, the clause of judicial oversight. The Indian Constitution has its own singularity and individuality.
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