The major Source of law is our High Courts and Supreme Court of India. The decisions pronounced by the High Courts and the Supreme Court of India are followed by the courts below and the matters are decided considering the ratio of these decisions and not be the obiter dictum.

 
 
The doctrine of Precedent talks about the binding nature of decisions of high Courts and Supreme Court. The High Courts and Supreme Court are the courts of record. In order to ascertain the applicability of Precedent, it has to be ascertained.
 
Legislations may be defined as Promulgation of legal rules by an authority which has the power to so and in India, it is the Parliament. The major controversy is whether the litigation is superior or the case law.
 
 
How far the decision of a High Court or the Supreme Court is binding on the Courts below? To what extent, the High Court or Supreme Court is bound by its own decision and the authority of one High Court over another. It also needs to be ascertained as to the applicability of Supreme Court decisions on the High Courts.
 
This conflict of laws is there and cannot be resolved. The legislator passes the laws confined in his own paradigm and it is the duty of the courts to see whether the law is ultra vires or not. Some other sources of law are customs, statutory interpretation of laws, morals and equality, opinions of experts and codification of laws.
 


 


This conflict of laws is there and cannot be resolved. The legislator passes the laws confined in his own paradigm and it is the duty of the courts to see whether the law is ultra vires or not. Some other sources of law are customs, statutory interpretation of laws, morals and equality, opinions of experts and codification of laws.


 






 
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