Justice: Analyzing the Concept, Necessity & the Administration of Civil Justice

  • Saqib Rasool Bhat and Kaif Hasan
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  • Saqib Rasool Bhat

    Student at Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University, India.

  • Kaif Hasan

    Student at Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University, India.

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Since the inception of early civilization and man started living in societies, through the period of renaissance and inception of various other civilisations, there has existed a cohort of notions upon which various contemplations and notions were devised and debated. One such notion was justice. Justice and its concept is as primitive as human society is. It existed in the smallest institution i.e. family, to the State, the highest sovereign institution. Since it existed from such a time immemorial, it’s forms and views upon it have evolved and came into being as what today we call justice, engendering in itself a cohort of ideas and theories. Since the dawn of early civilisations, various conceptions and different ways of its application have been learned. But the integral and common notion in all those evolutions remained constant, that is its righteousness. Talking about justice in its breadth and length is one thing and its administration is another. So, diving through a range of theories and arguments and cases upon justice, here we will also elucidate its concept given by various theories, its administration and consequently the need and practice of it.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 6, Page 191 - 200

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.112233

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