Ridge v. Baldwin: Analysing the Magna Carta of Principles of Natural Justice

  • Devansh Saraswat Gujarat National Law University, Gujarat, India

Abstract

Ridge v. Baldwin is a landmark authority and has altered the settled position in England, India as well as other nations. It is thus regarded as the Magna Carta of Principles of Natural Justice as it has widened their scope manifold. It thus becomes significant to consider the analysis of this case and comprehend the settled position. It is certainly regarded as one of the most significant judgements when it comes to changing dynamics of Constitutional Interpretation. The paper has attempted to comprehend the principles of natural justice in brief and their historical inception along with the discussion on International Conventions. The position in India has been considered at length along with various landmark cases to substantiate the points post discussion of their historical evolution in India. The significance of the instant case has been discussed post which the case has been analysed. Post analysis of the case, the present position in India has been discussed to comprehend the significance of this case. An in-depth analysis of the above-mentioned theme has been presented along with an organisational conclusion of the subject matter. The case analysis has sought to resort to different reliable sources, both online and offline, inclusive of different online reports, surveys, statistics, studies, books and articles inter alia for the purpose of research, analysis, interpretation and execution of the subject matter and ensures maximum creativity, research work, and personal ideas in the same.

Author Biography

Devansh Saraswat, Gujarat National Law University, Gujarat, India

Devansh Saraswat

Researcher

Gujarat National Law University, Gujarat, India

 

Published
2019-07-12
How to Cite
SARASWAT, Devansh. Ridge v. Baldwin: Analysing the Magna Carta of Principles of Natural Justice. Journal of Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 1, p. 24-38, july 2019. Available at: <http://lawjournals.stmjournals.in/index.php/Jolj/article/view/263>. Date accessed: 21 sep. 2019.

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