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  • Law is a system of rules, usually imposed through a Government or Institution and is applied to govern a group people.
  • The role of the Judiciary is to administer justice to all citizens, on behalf of the Government.
  • The judicial system provides a mechanism for resolving disputes between Citizens, Citizens and the government, Two state governments and the centre and state governments
  • The Judiciary of India is an independent body and it is separate from the Executive and Legislative bodies of the Indian Government.
  • Independence of the judiciary that allows the courts to play a central role in ensuring that there is no misuse of power by the legislature and the executive.
  • At the apex is the Supreme Court, which is followed by High Courts at the state level, District Courts at the district level and Lok Adalats at the Village and Panchayat Level. 
  • The Legal System can be divided into 2 branches, Criminal Law and Civil Law

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