Public Interest Litigation in Legal World - An Analysis and Evaluation
by Rahman, Ferdous
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Now-a-days Public Interest Litigation (PIL) is the most growing arena of law. Previously only the aggrieved person has the locus standi to go before the court for remedy. PIL is an exception to this. Due to social, economic and political reasons the disadvantaged sector of the society cannot go to the court for their grievance. it has been accepted that any individual person acting as pro bono publico may bring an action before the court on the ground of public interest. With the passage of time the question arises whether PIL can be filed for the interest of an individual? When any injustice has been occurred to an individual person who cannot file an action due to his lack of fund or knowledge about his remedy or having a powerful opponent, whether he should be left without remedy? Such will also mean that some persons having done some injustices are let free to violate the law. It is also contrary to the public interest. In such cases whether a PIL should be rejected merely because there is grievance of a single person not a group of people? The practice has begun to entertain such PIL giving a wide interpretation of public interest in limited cases.
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Ferdous Rahman is a student of Specialized LL.M. in Commercial Law in Department of Law, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh and completed her LL.B.(Hons)degree from the same university on 2011 with first class (second in position). Now doing her internship at Parliamentary Standing Committee of Ministry of Education of the House of Nation, Bangladesh
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08 November 2012
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