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Judiciary in India Articles

โ—พ Judiciary (Introduction)๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ The Supreme Court: Role, Formation๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ Independence of supreme court๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ Judicial review in India๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ Jurisdiction of Supreme Court๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ Supreme Court’s Advocate๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ Judicial Activism: Meaning, Benefits,๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ PIL – Public Interest Litigation๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ judicial review of the Ninth Schedule๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ High Court: Constitution, Independence๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ High Court Jurisdiction๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ Subordinate Courts: Meaning, Structure,๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ Difference b/w District and Sessions Court๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ Lok Adalat: Functions, Features etc.๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ Gram Nyayalaya : Concept๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ National Legal Services Authority: NALSA๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ Family Court : everything you need to know๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ Compoundable & Non-Compoundable Offences๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ Bailable and Non-Bailable Offences๐Ÿ” 
โ—พ Cognizable and Non- Cognizable Offences๐Ÿ” 

Judiciary in India

The judiciary (also known as the judiciary, magistrates) is a judicial system that judges legal disputes / disagreements and interprets, supports and enforces laws when legitimate.

Justice can also be seen as a mechanism to resolve disputes. According to the principle of the separation of powers, the judiciary interprets, defends and enforces laws in general, rather than making laws (the responsibility of the legislature) or enforcing laws (the responsibility of the executive) . All fact. In some countries, however, the judiciary establishes customary law.

In many jurisdictions, the judiciary has the power to change laws through the process of judicial review. Courts with judicial review power can override state laws and regulations when they find that they conflict with higher rules such as basic law, constitutional provisions, treaties, or international law.

Judges are an important force in the interpretation and implementation of the constitution, and thus constitute the constitutional law body in common law countries.

The Supreme Court of India is the supreme judicial authority of India and is the highest court of the Republic of India under the constitution. It is the most senior constitutional court, has the final decision in all legal matters, and also has the power of judicial review except for Personal law board.

The High Courts of India are the highest courts of appellate jurisdiction in each State and Union Territory of India.

The District Courts of India are the courts established by the state governments in India for every district or for one or more districts.

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