Classification of Administration Law

  • Achal Dinanath Gupta
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  • Achal Dinanath Gupta

    Student at Thakur Ramnarayan College of Law, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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The legislative, executive, and judicial branches make up the three parts of the government. Laws are made by the legislative, put into effect by the executive branch, and then interpreted by the judiciary. The legislature has the power to enact laws, and while doing so, the laws also grant the ability to establish new judicial and executive branches. These organizations function under the ministries that create the relevant laws. If necessary, they can create rules and regulations to carry out the laws, which gives the administrative branch the legislative, or the ability to make laws. This gives rise to confusion and an imbalance of authority between the three organs. Additionally, there may be a propensity for citizens' private rights to be compromised and infringed upon. If the public administration wing is granted full legislative and judicial authority, it could be abused by the government's administrative branch. The concept of administrative law is put forth in order to prevent power disparities and to maintain control over governmental authority. The law that controls the authority, functions, and tasks of public authorities is known as administrative law. It gives the administrative bodies a legal foundation. It researches and regulates the laws that are created by the government. This article will teach us about this law's definitions, history, sources, and categorization.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 6, Page 809 - 821


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