Courts Can Interfere With Administrative Actions Only If It Suffers From Vice Of Illegality, Irrationality Or Procedural Impropriety: SC [Read Judgment]

Courts Can Interfere With Administrative Actions Only If It Suffers From Vice Of Illegality, Irrationality Or Procedural Impropriety: SC [Read Judgment]

"An interference by the High Court would be warranted only when the decision impugned is vitiated by an apparent error of law."

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