CONSTITUTIONAL DOCTRINES: AN ANALYSIS

Authors

  • Dr. Hiranmaya Nanda , Anwesha Tripathy

Abstract

The name 'doctrine' comes from the Greek word doxa. It is traduced as a view. These
were previously the faiths of the Catholic Church. The so-called teachings of the Church doctor
are known as doctrines (religious academics). Today, however, many other sources could
provide a doctrine. Legal doctrines are known as old but instead established legal principles.
There is a common consensus that the doctrine is an example of the constitution or de facto
jurisdiction rather than a formal source of law. The paper aims to highlight some more of the
Supreme Court of India's leading decision to discover the principles of law that form a basis for
the analysis of key teachings, namely the Pith and nuance teachings, repugnance, and even the
English courts colourful laws. This article analyses the trident examination of the
constitutionality of the laws relating to the legal relations between the Union and the States in
India.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Dr. Hiranmaya Nanda , Anwesha Tripathy. (2020). CONSTITUTIONAL DOCTRINES: AN ANALYSIS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 5072 - 5077. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1759