Administrative law

Administrative law is the law relating to the administration. It determines the organization, powers and duties of administrative authorities. Read Administrative law notes on Legal Bites.
Liability of the Administration

Introduction The administration is the one who makes the laws sometimes, but can it be made liable for his actions under the law which it makes? The constitution is made by the state, but Constitut…

Delegated Legislation

Delegated Legislation Delegated legislation is a kind of subordinate legislation. Generally, the ‘delegated legislation’ means the law made by the executive under the powers delegated to it by the …

Doctrines of Administrative Law

Doctrine of Proportionality The doctrines of proportionality was developed in the 19th century in Europe and originated in Prussia. It is a principle where courts would examine priorities and proce…

Rule of Law and Administrative Law

Meaning and Origin: The rule of law is a product of centuries of struggle of the people for the recognition of their inherent rights.1 In classical Greece Aristotle wrote that “law should be the fi…

Public Interest Litigation

The term Public Interest Litigation simply means litigation in the interest of public. This term was first used by Prof. Abram Chayes in 1976. It is also known as Social Action Litigation (SAL). Th…

OMBUDSMAN

Ombudsman is an effective mechanism that can protect a person from administrative flaws. The term ombudsman in terms of utility means a “watchdog of the administration” or the protector of the litt…

MAGNA CARTA

The Magna Carta was signed in June 1215 between the barons of Medieval England and King John. ‘Magna Carta’ is Latin and means “Great Charter”. The Magna Carta was one of th…