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Supreme Court Guidelines and Precedents on more than 330 topics *Civil *Criminal *Service *Labour * Tax *Personal Laws *Commercial Laws * Constitution and many more…

Supreme Court Guidelines and Precedents on more than 330 topics *Civil *Criminal *Service *Labour * Tax *Personal Laws *Commercial Laws * Constitution and many more…

Author : M A Rashid

ISBN : 9789350350164

EDITION : 1st

NO. OF VOLUMES : 1

BINDING : Hardcover

COPYRIGHT YEAR : 2015

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In a given situation when laws are found to be inadequate for the purposes of grant of relief, the Court can exercise it jurisdiction under Article 142 of the Constitution. The directions issued by the Court under Article 142 form the law of the land in the absence of any substantive law covering that field. Such directions, fill the vacuum` until the Legislature enacts substantive law. In many areas the Supreme Court filled the legislative vacuum by Judicial Legislation. Many of the institutions like Central Vigilance Commission (Vineet Narain case), Commission for Backward Classes (Mandal case), Police Complaint Authority (Prakash Singh case), Armed Forces Grievances Redressal Commission (Pushpa Vanti Case) were formed by the Government pursuant to Directions from the Apex Court. This Book is a compilation of Supreme Court`s Guidelines/Directions and precedents on various issues and is a unique one and the first of its kind.

M A Rashid is the co-founder and Director of LIVE LAW (www.livelaw.in) which is a premier legal news portal in India. He has authored many books for lawyers and law students including the Ultimate Guide to the LLB Entrance Examination, Ultimate Guide to the Judicial Services Examination, Ultimate Guide to APP/APO/CBI Prosecutor Examinations, Law Relating to Electronic Transfer of Money, Handbook on Supreme Court Guidelines and Precedents, 21 Years Digest on Dishonour of Cheques, Advanced Rank File for Munsiff-Magistrate Examination, Advanced Rank File for High Court Assistant Examination, Criminal Law Referencer, Commentary on Kerala Abkari Act. He is also the revising editor of the 34th Edition of Ratanlal & Dhirajlal Indian Penal Code.

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