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Supreme Court of India L. Chandra Kumar vs Union Of India And Others on 18
Supreme Court of India
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proposed disability is not merely that the judiciary, under our constitution, is limited from exercising the powers of judicial review ... number of enactments; rather, it would be that the judiciary would be so disabled with regard to an entire universe
Supreme Court of India
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enact, it shall be void CHAPTER IV THE UNION JUDICIARY
Central Government Act
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great constitutional importance affecting the independence of the judiciary and they have been argued at great length before ... direct attack on the independence of the judiciary which is a basic feature of the Constitution and hence the Advocates
Supreme Court of India
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courts are sufficient safeguards for the independence of the judiciary and therefore, no further exclusion of the executive's role ... recommended. He also submitted that the opinion of the judiciary binds the executive even in the matter of fixation
Supreme Court of India
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supervision over the subordinate officers of the subordinate judiciary vests in the High Court. It is contended that though ... inflicted upon a delinquent officer of the subordinate judiciary, the decision of that Committee would be treated
Supreme Court of India
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contravention. 28. It is obvious that only the judiciary can give the declaration that a law being in contravention
Supreme Court of India
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Constitution Of India 1949 50. Separation of judiciary from executive The State shall take steps to separate the judiciary from
Central Government Act
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great constitutional importance affecting the independence of the judiciary and they have been argued at great length before ... direct attack on the independence of the judiciary which is a basic feature of the Constitution and hence the Advocates
Supreme Court of India
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cases lies in effective steps being taken by the Judiciary, the Legislature and the State Governments, all the three
Supreme Court of India
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