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Administrative Law - November/December 2009

Question Type Question  
Long "Administrative law has been characterized as the most outstanding legal development of the 20th Century" - Explain with reference to the development of administrative law by the Supreme Court of India.
Long Describe the role of welfare state in protecting socio-economic rights of the subjects. How does it differ from laissez faire state? Comment on the latest developments in India in the wake of privatization and globalization.
Long Explain the Dicey`s concept of "Rule of Law" and analyse the provision of Indian Constitution that embody the concept.
Long Explain the Montesquieu`s theory of separation of powers and comparatively explain how the theory is incorporated in the Constitutions of United States of America and India.
Long "The dividing line between and Administrative power and a quasi-judicial power is quite thin and being gradually obliterated". Elaborate the concept in the light of decisions of the Supreme Court of India
Long Discuss the role of Judiciary in controlling excessive delegation/ What tools are employed by judiciary for this purpose?
Long Against whom writs can be issued? Elucidate the meaning and scope of Article 12 of the Constitution of India in the light of decided cases of the Supreme Court.
Long Principles of natural justice are not specifically embodied in any law nor can they be regarded as Fundamental Rights, nevertheless these rules operate to supplement a law - Discuss.
Long Discuss various privileges enjoyed by government in legal proceedings.
Long How far the doctrine of sovereign immunity is applicable for tortious liability?
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