The Problem of Accountability in Judicial Law-Making: An Analysis from Indian Perspective

  • Tajmul Karim
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  • Tajmul Karim

    Research Scholar at Bankura University, India

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Judicial Accountability is most important like Judicial independence for justice. There are so many reasons for the lack of accountability in Judicial Lawmaking. Such as the fear of contempt of court, the process of selection of Judges, the procedure of removal of Judges, etc. In India, some steps have been taken by the government to make the Judge more accountable. But the position has not been changed. It is very shocking that the Judges of the higher Court sometimes had not followed even the principle of Natural Justice. From the above backdrop, the present study would like to analyze the reason for the lack of accountability in Judicial Lawmaking as well as to give some remedial measures for minimizing this issue.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 6, Page 1494 - 1504


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