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Administrative Law - April/May 2009 Backlog 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Separation of Powers
Short Droit Adrninistratiff
Short Sub-delegation
Short Reasoned decision
Short Doctrine of Locus Standi
Short Writ of Mandamus
Short Fact Finding Commission
Short Welfare State
Long "Administrative Law has been characterized as the most outstanding legal development of the twentieth century".. Examine.
Long Define delegated legislation. Explain the distinction between delegated legislation and conditional legislation.
Long "No person shall be a judge of his own cause". Explain the significance of this principle with the help of decided cases.
Long Discuss in the light of decided cases the judicial review of the exercise of discretionary powers by administrative authorities.
Problem The Legislature of State of A.P. by a law delegated power to the executive to modify the provisions of the law and also to repeal a corresponding law in force. Discuss the validity of the law.
Problem At the request of a Government officer, X, a contractor constructed a building. The possession was obtained by the State and the building was used by the Government for running a market, but no payment was made to the contractor. It was contended by the Government that the provisions of Art. 299(1) of Constitution had not been complied with in this contract, hence it was not enforceable. X, approached the court of law. Decide the case.
Problem In an order of detention against "Ramu" six grounds in verbatim were reproduced from the relevant statute. The Home Minister filed an affidavit in support of the order, in which he has stated that his personal satisfaction to detain "Ramu" was based on two grounds. Mr.Ramu challenged the detention order on the ground of "non-application of mind" while exercising discretionary power. Decide the case.
Problem "P" has appeared for LL.B. Examination. The University has cancelled the Examination on the ground of shortage of attendance without assigning any reasons. Discuss.
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