Meaning and Principles of Rule of Law
- Meaning of Rule of Law
- Principles of Rule of Law
What is Rule of Law?
Rule of Law is the supremacy of law over and above the rulers and the ruled in a state. It is the supremacy of the law as administered by the ordinary court against all An arbitrary rule, action or decision often seems unfair because it is not based on any principle, plan or system. An arbitrary legal judgment is a decision made at the discretion... More in a state.
This political theory was first propounded by Professor A.V. Dicey, in the year 1885, in his book titled “Introduction to the Law of the A constitution is a set of fundamental rules that determine how a country or state is run. More“.
It can simply be defined as a Fundamental principle that emphasizes the supremacy of law, equality before the law, and protection of fundamental human rights.
Principles of Rule of Law:
Among the principles of Rule of Law, three are basic or very essential:
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