THE RULE OF LAW

It has three main parts in rule of law {1} Supremacy of law {2} Equality before law {3} The Predominance of legal spirit · Supremacy of law: where no man is above law or can only be punished for a breach of the law. Every person is to be governed by law including those is to be are administering it and also governs the law makers while exercising their powers to make and administer the law. More so they are bound to justify their act by proper reasoning otherwise the whole motive of the doctrine is hampered. · Equality before the law: The principle states equal an ordinary law of the land for all the classes of people irrespective of their caste, creed, religion etc. and are bestowed to the regular law courts. The fair laws should be administered and enforced in just and proper manner. · The predominance of legal spirit: According to Dicey written guarantee is immaterial unless there is a mechanism by which it can be enforced. Such authority is believed to be present in Courts which should be unbiased and free from any kind of external influences. To further add judicial control of the Administrative action is an important pillar of Administrative Law. Introduction: The "RULE OF LAW" is the uppermost law of manhood. All other laws are under subject and cannot deny with the rule of law. This is the most elementary of all laws verifying- the maximum rational accomplishment of mankind. The "rule of law" is an unselfish reality which agrees the most treacherous marauder on the world to live organized in amity and agreement, collaborating for shared egotism and evolution The rule of law is a prehistoric notion, and was deliberated by Ancient Greek truth-seekers such as Plato and Aristotle around 350 BC. Till then the perception of the rule of law has been absorbed by a number of writers, philosophers and others. Later on, in 1885, Victorian era Professor A. V. Dicey, in his graft THE LAW of the Constitution proposition is attributed for propagating the rule of law and till now his propositions are deliberated as basic rule of the lawful. Rule of law has voyager extreme, with the channel of time everything has altered; here the most decisive challenge comes - in this 21st century is the rule of law satisfactory enough to confrontation all our challenging concerns? The fundamental notion of rule of law is still upended in 18th century, but time has reformed a lot so does the society and its atmosphere. It is perilous to weigh the changes and even problematic to instigating new rules concerning civilizations necessity. Importance of Law in Our Life: The law is important because it acts as a guideline as to what is accepted in society. Without it there would be conflicts between social groups and communities. It is pivotal that we follow them. The law allows for easy adoption to changes that occur in the society. Law delivers a major restriction on the implementation of influence by the partisan management and is the chief form of fortification against dictatorship. Law provides the background for classifying human privileges and for shielding those rights. Laws may require entities to experience chastisement for wounding other entities. Law stipulates how agreements should be prescribed and how authorized documents should be shaped. Law postulates how legislatures are to be accumulated and how courts are to function. It also agree how new laws are to be implemented, performed and old laws are to be changed. Law exerts power over individuals by imposing penalties who do not obey their duties or obligations. The Relationship between Law and Society: Theorists have traditionally maintained that there are certain broad views on the substantive criminal law. One set of such constraints concerns the sorts of behaviour that may legitimately be prohibited. Is it proper, for example, to criminalize a certain kind of action on the grounds that most people in one’s society regard it as immoral? The other set of constraints which concerns what is needed in order to establish criminal responsibility that is liability, independently of the content of the particular statute whose violation is in question. Legal system reflects all the energy of life within in any society. Law has the complex vitality of a living organism. We can say that law is a social science characterized by movement and adaptation. Rules are neither created nor applied in a vacuum, on the other hand they created and used time and again for a purpose. Rules are intended to move us in a certain direction that we assume is good, or prohibit movement in direction that we believe is bad. Law: Law is a comprehensive term to label. Diverse people have dissimilar clarification about LAW. In most universal and ample sense law indicates a rule of action, and is applied comprehensively to all classes of deed: whether living or lifeless, lucid or illogical. In its more narrowed sense, law symbolizes the rule, not of activities in general, but of human exploit or behavior. Law is a system of guidelines and parameter, usually obligatory through a set of establishments or sovereign authority to maintain arranged synchronicity. Making of law: The laws formulated should be in the interest of the public and should conform to the ideas of equality. The rule of law cannot be created through an act of will weather it is the ultimate justification of political system of the state. Law should be accepted by everyone and beneficial for everyone. Independence of the judiciary the independence of the judiciary must be guaranteed. The rules concerning the independence of the judiciary, the method of appointing judges, their security of tenure, the way of fixing their salaries, and other conditions of service are designed to guarantee that they will be free from extraneous pressures and independent of all authority save that of the law. They are, therefore, essential for the preservation of the rule of law. Principles of Natural Justice Laws should allow a free and fair hearing; absence of bias.Courts having review power Courts should review both subordinate and parliamentary legislation. More importantly to ensure conformity to the rule of law, Freedom prospers when religion is vibrant and the rule of law under God is acknowledged. The clearest way to show what the rule of law means to us in everyday life is to recall what has happened when there is no rule of law. What is the importance of law? Law governs much of what everyone does, day in and day out. It tell us what our rights and duties are. It allows us to assert rights that we have. It lets us know the consequences of not doing what we are supposed to do. Without law, we do not have civilization; we have chaos. Law is meant to protect people and property from harm. It is designed to either remove people from society who have harmed people and property or to make them monetarily responsible for the harm. If we had no law, people could steal from us, hurt us, damage our property, or do any number of other acts that society has agreed it does not find acceptable. Conversely, we could steal from others or harm them without laws to discourage us from doing so. There is no reason to think that, without law, people would all behave nicely and reasonably. With law, we clearly know what we are responsible for doing and what will happen to us if we violate a law. Without law, people could and would do whatever they wished. Let me give you some examples of the importance of law in everyday life. We can expect to work in a safe work environment because of laws. We can assert our rights if we are discriminated against because of law. We are able to own property and not have someone arbitrarily take it from us because of law. Our children are entitled to an education because the law mandates it. We have privacy rights because of law. We are entitled to state our opinions without the government stopping us because of the law. Many of us now have health insurance because of a law. We can rely on the safety of food because food safety is subject to the law, and advertisers cannot lie to us because of the law, too. The list of ways in which law affects our lives is endless. Having said all that, it is important to understand that the law must be seen to be applied equally and reliably to all, to presidents as well as to laborers, to the rich as well as to the poor. If it is not applied equally and consistently to all, it becomes ineffective, and the entire society is harmed. The law is something that we need to be able to count on, so that we know what is expected of us and so that we know what will happen if we do not obey the law. Conclusion: "RULE OF LAW" someway deliberates the entity's facets and ethics or dogmas, where a list of connoisseurs enlightened the concept olden days. Listing down the law does not guarantee the situational disagreements. For me, that we're sanctified to live in a representative country and have to tail certain rule of laws, whether the principal matters can transfer us as this moment contingent on the dissimilar circumstances, or does Dicey's theory subsidized the modern termination we just can say no for our applied decision AUTHORED BY :- MIHIR SAKHIA

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