Category Archives: Administrative Law

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 […]

There is a thin line of difference between Administrative Acts and Quasi-Judicial Acts: SC [Case Brief]

The powers between the Union and the state government has been distributed under Part XI of the Indian Constitution. These powers are further classified into Legislative, Administrative and Judicial powers. An administrative law, as defined under Black’s Law Dictionary 8th Edn., is “An act made in a management capacity esp., an act made outside the actor’s […]