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Nitesh (Engineer)     01 April 2015

Difference between constitutional right and legal right

What is the difference between Constitutional Right and Legal Right.  Is Right to Information legal right or Constitutional Right????



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rajuchowdappa   01 April 2015

Mr. Nitesh,,

what to you need form our forum and what your cause for asking such right 

 

one i can give an simple answer that "where there is right  there is remedy and where there is remedy there is  no right"

this principle will be answer for your question.

if you need any further clarification or adivce you can contact me 9980635871.

Jatin Mittal (Corporate Lawyer)     02 April 2015

Hi Nitesh

Right to Information is your fundamental right and hence a constitutional right. The difference is that in the event of infringement of your fundamental right, you may directly approach the Supreme Court for the remedy. For more clarification, write to me at mittaljets@gmail.com

Sudhir Kumar (Retd Govt Officer)     04 April 2015

This right has emerged out of an act of parliament hence it is per-se a legal right.

 

Fundamental rights are those which arise out of AArticle 13 to 32 of the consitution (or from intepretation thereof)


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