In an answer to an inquiry posed in Rajya Sabha on a legal survey of regulations passed by Parliament, Union Minister for Law and Justice Kiren Rijiju has given a rundown of 35 Acts and Amendments against which petitions are forthcoming in the Supreme Court beginning around 2016. This incorporates constitutional difficulties to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), Article 370 nullification, issues connecting with the Guardianship Act, a challenge to Succession Act arrangements of the legacy of ladies’ property, regulations connecting with the internal line licence framework, GST on Hajj, IBC Code, IT rules, the tenure of ED and CBI chiefs, and RTI, among others.
The most recent forthcoming case displayed in the law priest’s answer is from 2014, where the legitimacy of areas of the Competition Act, 2002, concerning arrangements, states of residency, and pay of the Competition Commission have been tested.
In 2022, up until this point, six separate cases have been recorded testing different arrangements. Three of these petitions have tested various provisions of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code connected with individual indebtedness.
A request testing a 2012 revision in the Copyright Act, connecting with legal permitting for broadcasting of distributed works, has likewise been moved under the watchful eye of the Apex Court this year. The two different issues are the endorsed charges for arbitrators under the Arbitration Act and the constrained time frame recommended for moving the National Green Tribunal.