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Shambasiv (n/a)     17 September 2007

Article 32

When can a writ be directly filed in Supreme Court of India under Article 32?


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Prakash Yedhula (Lawyer)     18 September 2007

[font=""trebuchet ms""]Article 32 of the Constitution grants an extensive original jurisdiction to the Supreme Court in regard to enforcement of Fundamental Rights. It is empowered to issue directions, orders or writs, including writs in the nature of habeas corpus, mandamus, prohibition, quo warranto and certiorari to enforce them.[/font]

adv.ranchi (n/a)     19 September 2007

do please see Article 32 of the Constitution of India and go through any good book on constitution.

However, for brevity, Writs can be filed in the SC only for violaiton of the Fundamental Rights as guaranteed in the Constitution of India

yedhash (n/a)     20 September 2007

Against violation of fundamental rights one can directly approach the Supreme Court of India under Article 32. Otherwise the remedy is only under Article 226/227

ashishgupta.mail (n/a)     17 January 2008

Its request  from all the members of the forum, Pls suggest on any good book on constitution which itself is complete in all respect for advocates

kirankumaradv (n/a)     17 January 2008

I would recommend Servai or Arvind P Datar
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shailendrachimade (n/a)     18 January 2008

indian constitution by M.M Seervai

 

rgs

 

gopi

ashishgupta.mail (n/a)     19 January 2008

 thanks for ur valuable suggestion, further seeking such in future

with regards.
ashish

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