Category Archives: Administrative Law

The Courts should not bind the government in its policy decision. [State Of Haryana & Ors vs M/S.Mahabir Vegetable Oils Pvt. Ltd. ]

State Of Haryana & Ors vs M/S.Mahabir Vegetable Oils Pvt. Ltd.  Before the Supreme Court of India Bench: Mukundakam Sharma, Anil R. Dave Author of the judgement: M Sharma Decided on: 21 February, 2011 Brief Facts and procedural history: The State enacted the Haryana General Sales Tax Act, 1973 (for short “the Act”). Section 64 of the […]

The court cannot arrogate to itself any function which is left to the domain of the executive and the legislature. [State Of Himachal Pradesh & Anr vs Umed Ram Sharma & Ors]

State Of Himachal Pradesh & Anr vs Umed Ram Sharma & Ors, 1986 AIR 847 Before Supreme Court of India Bench: Mukharji, Sabyasachi (J) Author of the Judgement: S Mukharji Delivered on: 11 February 1986 Advocate for petitioner: Parasaran, Attorney General and A.K. Ganguli. Advocate for respondent: T.U. Mehta and C.P. Pandey. Brief Facts: A petition for […]

Equality cannot be claimed in illegalities. [Kuldeep Singh vs Govt. Of NCT Of Delhi ]

Kuldeep Singh vs Govt. Of Nct Of Delhi, AIR 2006 SC 2652 Before the Supreme Court of India. Bench: S.B. Sinha, P.K. Balasubramanyan Author: S.B. Sinha Date of Judgement: 6 July 2006

The modern state is expected to engage in all the activities necessary for the promotion of the social and economic welfare of the community: SC [Case Brief]

The modern state is expected to engage in all the activities necessary for the promotion of the social and economic welfare of the community: Supreme Court The federal structure of the largest democracy of the world functions through three organs: Legislative, Executive and Judiciary. The doctrine of separation of powers lays down that all the […]