- Comprehensive examination of the concept and practice of Judicial Review, branch of Administrative Law.
- Provides an insight into the developments in administrative law in India.
- Thoroughly updated and revised edition with coherent overview of recent judicial developments.
- Examines the scope, extent and limitations on exercise of power of judicial review in India and foreign jurisdictions including the US, UK, and New Zealand.
- Incorporates all significant judicial decisions in India and other foreign jurisdictions.
- Arranged thematically, the book discusses several key aspects across 22 chapters including:
- Scope of powers of the Court under Articles 32 and 226
- Public Interest Litigation
- Judicial Activism in India
- Limitations on Judicial Review
- Explains the writs available under the Indian Constitution, i.e., habeas corpus, certiorari, mandamus, prohibition and quowarranto, as well as foreign writs.
- Extensive discussion on cases relating to constitutional rights are arranged neatly under sub-headings
- A Standard reference for Legal practitioners, Law firms, Judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts, Members of Central Administrative Tribunal and State Administrative Tribunals, Judicial Academies , Bar Associati ons, Government companies, Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, Academicians and researchers, Libraries at law colleges and universities