• Anwesha Tripathy , Maithili Chaudhury


The equity system involves the natural justice principle, which is constitutionally
constitutional, but for many reasons has not been applied by common law courts'1.' EQUITY is
that legal framework where, in the operation of both the extraordinary sovereignty, has been
established and implemented in England by the constitutional court of Chancelloring. This
description is more descriptive than accurate; rather than responses, it invites investigation.
EQUITY means neither equality and justice nor well all the pieces of due process that can be
judiciarily applied in their technological and scientific legal context.This article follow the
history and advancement of value and furthermore it analyses the significance which is essential
for Indian Legitimate framework. They often try to specifically clarify and determine the reasons
why the previous law courts are frustrated in the achievement of social reform, and encourage
strategies to address obstacles. Shift of development of a person to common law, what led to the
law of value being created, in which lord supports matters in cases where the offended party isn't
really pleased with their choice. This article focuses on the source, development and its
consequences and importance in the legally binding Indian context.In India, too certain statutes
such as the transfer of property legislation have been extracted and have had a major impact on
the functioning of a legal Indian system.


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Anwesha Tripathy , Maithili Chaudhury. (2020). EQUITY IN INDIA: COMPARISON WITH COMMON LAW. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 5172 - 5177. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1781