Strict Laws V. Better Implementation

Esha aggarwal
O.P. JIndal Globa University, Sonipat
Haryana, India

Volume II – Issue VI, 2019

But if a choice had to be made to administer justice more effectively and increase public confidence, protect the rights of both the parties while rendering a just verdict which is duly enforced, mere alterations, superimpositions or enhancements (for better or worse) in legislation is not going to effect the practical inefficacy of the institutional frameworks that so ardently require reform. I would like to propose a permutation of the distinct categories of strict laws and better implementation to arrive at strict implementation of laws. Justice delayed is justice denied should be kept in mind and reforms introduced accordingly, to prevent frustration of justice and passing of liabilities and rights intergenerationally like heirlooms[1], as was characteristic of the feudal societies.


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