The author writes on the rather ignored aspect of ‘Princely States Exception’ under the Epidemic Diseases Act with special reference to the recent Epidemic Diseases (Amendment) Ordinance…..
Month: April 2020
“There is no doubt that a judgment, an order or the whole decision-making process can be criticised on merits but can legal errors committed by a judge constitute judicial misconduct? If yes, when can legitimate questions regarding the breach of judicial integrity be raised on the basis of legal errors committed by a judge? Further, can mere suspicion lead to the establishment of judicial misconduct?”