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Friday, December 25, 2015

2010 Question Paper,LW - 313 : ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS - NATURE AND SCOPE,University Of Pune Question Paper,LL. M. ( Semester - III )

University Of Pune Question Paper
LL. M. ( Semester - III ) Examination - 2010
(New Course)
Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 60
Instructions :
(1) Attempt any four questions.
(2) All questions carry equal marks.
Q.1) The Courts in India have developed Law on State Liability for the tortious
act of his servant without expressly overruling some of the earlier decisions
which defines State Liability in very narrow terms. Comment on the given
statement citing appropriate case laws.
Q.2) Examine Contractual Liability of State. Substantiate your answer with the
help of appropriate case laws.
Q.3) Write a critical comment on Emergence and Growth of Delegated
Legislation in modern time.
Q.4) It is said that Fundamental Rights guaranteed by the Indian Constitution
play a major role in the process of controlling the functions of the
administration. Comment on the above statement. Substantiate your answer
with appropriate case laws.
Q.5) The doctrine of separation of powers has been characterised as the
‘Principal Doctrinal Barrier’ to the Development of Administrative Law
in the USA. Do you support this proposition of K.C. Davis ? Give reasons.
Q.6) Examine doctrine of Rule of Law as enumerated in the Indian Constitution.
Also substantiate your opinion with appropriate case laws.
Q.7) Examining the definitions given by different jurists discuss nature and scope
of Administrative Law.

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