Principle Of Natural Jurisprudence - Labour Laws - equal opportunity

akshayjshah Started The Discussion:

The principle of natural & social justice in industrial jurisprudence? This is the question of which i want the answer, if any one has then please................. give me the answer... it is an request. please.

pavani.avi -  Member Since: Mar 2010
hi i am pavani im doing my mhrm . did u get any ans for ur question asi too need dese . pls mail me at thnx bye

pawan.jagtap794 -  Member Since: Nov 2009
Hi I am Pawan with reference to above your question Principle of natural justice is known as principal of natural jurisprudence basically jurisprudence means theory or philosophy of law

And other hand the princile of natural justice means the equal opportunity to be given for the defaulter to prove is innocence these are the total fourteen principles you can refer this from the book labour laws for managers by B D SINGH


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