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natural justice/law

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnatural justice/lawnatural justice/lawjustice that is based on human reason alone natural
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natural justice/lawAt present rules of a legislative nature are not generally subject to natural justice. 2.It may have failed in the course of the inquiry to comply with the requirements of natural justice.The injunction is important in public law in the context of the rules of natural justice.They have always presented a problem for the application of natural justice.But Aristotle did not conceive of natural laws based on mathematical principles.If he perceives that there is a likelihood of bias, the rules of natural justice have been broken. 2.Lord Denning restricted the full application of the rules of natural justice on the ground of national security.Some commentators take a different view, seeing a broader significance in the shift from natural justice to fairness.
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