Delayed Justice and the Sabarimala Judgment

  • Surbhi Kumari
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  • Surbhi Kumari

    Student at Amity University, Patna, India

Abstract

Historical acknowledgements of delays within the justice system typically recognise the attitude of the defendant or the someone, and counsel that for an individual seeking justice, the time taken for resolution of their issue is crucial to the justice expertise. In essence, these acknowledgements area unit in line with more modern analysis that has shown that the time taken to alter a dispute could be a, and in several cases the, crucial consider decisive whether or not or not individuals take into account that the justice system is simply and honest. This text considers problems within the justice system that area unit associated with timeliness and therefore the link of the definition of delay and contends that the character of delay within the current justice setting is depending on several aspects and mechanisms used by the fashionable justice system. These components embody data technology (‘IT’) and electronic support, proactive intervention and management together with case management systems yet as various dispute resolution (‘ADR’) for the resolution of civil, The question of whether or not justice delayed is justice denied seems to rely upon whether or not delay is inappropriate, out of proportion or evitable. Quotient associate degreed appropriateness of your time taken to supply an outcome for disputants is claimed to make a part of the definition of timeliness, as per the definition higher than. The findings of the study unconcealed that there was widespread dissatisfaction among individuals with the performance of courts within the method of justice administration. Factors starting from inadequate courts’ facilities and personnel, poor remuneration and welfare packages, political interference, ineptitude of most judges and specifically corrupt practices by judges, were found to be among the chief causative factors of delayed justice by the Indian courts.

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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 2, Page 1978 - 1991

DOI: http://doi.one/10.1732/IJLMH.26449

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