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Mention, how the High Court keeps control over the Legislature and the Executive? - History and Civics

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Mention, how the High Court keeps control over the Legislature and the Executive?

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Like the Supreme Court, a High Court also acts as a Guardian of the Constitution. If it finds any Law, executive order or any ordinance to be inconsistent with the provisions of the Constitution, it can declare it null and void. Thus it controls both the Legislature and the Executive.

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ICSE ICSE Class 10 History and Civics
Chapter 5 The State Judiciary (The High Court)
Short Questions I | Q 3
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