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Interface between International Law and Municipal Law: Role of the Indian Juriciary

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The effectiveness of international law not only depends upon the will of the States but also upon the nature of the constitutional distribution of power between the different levels of governmental methodology of implementation of international treaties by states parties in their external and internal sovereign spheres. The interface between the two spheres of sovereignty of a state also reflects the interconnectedness of international law and municipal law. An examination of the current trends in the interface between international and municipal law and the changes that are visible in the treaty making processes is inevitable for ascertaining the real growth and development of new jurisprudence. This chapter, therefore, throws considerable light on the practice and attitude of the Indian judiciary towards international law, its implementation, and the treaty making power of the Indian state and other related issues.

Keywords:Indian judiciary; international law; municipal law



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