Doctrine of Excessive Delegation

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COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
PROJECT
ON
DOCTRINE OF EXCESSIVE DELEGATION

SUBMITTED TO - SUBMITTED BY -
Dr. R.K SINGH ABHISHEK DWIVEDI
ASST. PROFESSOR 500017358
UPES Roll No: 04 B.A., LLB (VI SEM)

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I express my heartfelt gratitude to the College of Legal Studies, UPES, Dehradun for giving me a chance to research and present a study paper on the topic ‘Doctrine of Excessive Delegation’. I especially want to thank my Administrative Law faculty Dr. Ramesh Kumar Singh for guiding me in giving a proper shape to my project. I would also like to thank my parents and friends for giving me their unending support and encouragement. Lastly I would thank the library of College of Legal Studies for providing me with relevant books and other study materials for completing my project.

LIST OF CASES
Panama Refining Co. V. Ryan
In Re: Delhi Laws Act
Gwalior Rayon Mills Mfg. (WVG) Co. Ltd.V. Assistant Commissioner Of Sales Tax
HarishankarBagla V.The State Of Madhya Pradesh
Ramesh Birch V. UOI In M/S Devi DasV.State Of Punjab
Harakchand V .UOI1
Vasantlal V. State Of Bombay 2

INDEX
INTRODUCTION
DELEGATED LEGISLATION
DOCTRINE OF EXCESSIVE LEGISLATION
NATURE AND SCOPE
PRINCIPLES TO DETERMINE EXCESSIVE DELEGATION
TEST TO BE APPLIED BY COURTS
POSITION IN INDIA
EXCESSIVE DELEGATION AS ‘ABDICATION’
OPERATION OF THE DOCTRINE OF EXCESSIVE DELEGATION
POWERS AND DUTIES OF COURTS
THE JUDICIAL CONTROL OVER DELEGATED LEGISLATION IN INDIA
COURT’S VIEW ON EXCESSIVE DELEGATION
STATUTORY PROVISIONS DECLARED INVALID ON THE GROUND OFEXCESSIVE DELEGATION
EXCESSIVE DELEGATION AND CONSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIONS
CONCLUSION
BIBLOGRAPHY



Bibliography: SatheS.P.,Administrative Law Takwani C.K, Lectures On Administrative Law Massey I.P., Administrative Law www.scribd.com

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