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RULE OF LAW-AN OVERVIEW

Deepti Monga, ,

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Panjab University, Chandigarh, India
:10.22362/ijcert/2017/v4/i6/xxxx [UNDER PROCESS]


Abstract
Background/Objectives: The concept of rule of law opposed to arbitrary use of discretionary power of administrative authorities. It says that rule should be according to law and not according to man. It is the basic structure of our Constitution. Equality before law is corollary of rule of law. Methods/Statistical analysis: The methodology which is going to be adopted for the present research work will mainly be based on doctrinal analysis, i.e., the theoretical sources. The theoretical work will relate to administrative action of public body; their policies; Constitutional, Legislative, Executive and judicial control of administrative action through doctrine of legitimate expectation. It is proposed to collect material from various discipline of administrative and Constitutional law. It is also pertinent to mention that research will heavily reply on various journals, reviews and national & international judicial pronouncements. Findings: the modern concept of rule of law implies that the function of government in the free society should be executed in such a way so that civil and political rights of individual are recognized. Rule of law opposed to arbitrary power. It is corollary to Article 14 as it requires fairness in administrative actions. To enable or to compete with each other on equal planes it is necessary to take positive steps to equip the disadvantaged to bring to the level of fortunate advantage.


Citation
Deepti Monga .(2017).RULE OF LAW-AN OVERVIEW.International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends,4(6),248-251.Retrieved from http://ijcert.org/ems/ijcert_papers/V4I6006.pdf


Keywords : Rule of law, right to equality, judicial review.

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