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SC: Court Can’t Issue Writ to Legislature to Enact a Particular Law - (14 Aug 2023)

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Supreme Court while setting aside the direction of Madras High Court that directed the Central government to codify tort law has held that no Constitutional Court can issue a writ of mandamus to a legislature to enact a law on a particular subject in a particular manner.

Tags : SUPREME COURT   LEGISLATURE   TORT LAW   CONSTITUTIONAL COURT  

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