“A law may be constitutional even though it relates to a single individual if, on account of some special circumstances or reasons applicable to him and not applicable to others, that single individual may be treated as a class by himself.”. Explain the valid test of reasonable classification under Article 14 of the Constitution Chiranjeet Lal Chaudhari v. Union of India and evaluate the Supreme Court decisions dealing with laws made for single individuals and those creating Special Courts.

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Last Updated on 1 year by Admin LB Question: “A law may be constitutional even though it relates to a single individual if, on account of some special circumstances or reasons applicable to him and not applicable to others, that single individual may be treated as a class by himself.”. Explain the valid tests of reasonable classification under...

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