“Constitutional Validity of Rule 86A of Central Goods & Services Act”

  • Author: Ridhi Jindal
  • Institution: Government Mohindra College, Patiala
  • Publication Date: 5th February 2021
  • Affiliation: Centre for the Study of Contemporary Legal Issues

Abstract: The genesis of the power of judicial review can be found in Article 226 of the Indian Constitution which talks about the writ jurisdiction of the High Court. Article 13 in fact provides for the judicial review of all legislation in India, past as well as future. The basic finding of the research paper is to check the Constitutional validity of Rule 86A of the Central Goods & Services Act. The High Courts and Supreme Courts have the power of Judicial Review to adjudicate any law if its provisions are against the fundamental rights in the Constitution of India. They have the right to strike off the law that violates principles of fundamental rights. This research paper contains Judgments that prove that High Courts and the Supreme Court of India have the right to rule out Rule 86A of the Central Goods & Services Act.

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