Nov 19,2020 | 1 min read

What is the doctrine of "ultra vires" in the Indian Constitution? #AMALawyered by Adv. A Arumugam

Lawyered presents Advocate Arumugam Arunachalam, in Ask-Me-Anything #AMALawyered series.


What is the doctrine of "ultra vires" in the Indian Constitution?



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Arumugam Arunachalam

B.Com., B.L., law from Madras Law College, Enrolled as an advocate on 23-08-1989. Initially as private practice under the guidance of Mr. V. Srinivasan and S. Vijayaraghavan of Great VKT, Chari office. Served as Government Advocate for 5 years 1996 to 2001 in the Filed of Tax, Civil Suits and Writ Jurisdiction then during 2006 to 2011 as Addl Govt. Pleader, then Spl. Govt. Pleader on the Writ Jurisdictions for T.N.Govt. at Madras High Court. Panel advocate for Karnataka bank etc.