Supreme Court of India
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[Private Unaided Schools] Service cases arising from contracts sans statutory force cannot be subject to Article 226 review: Supreme Court

The Court held that even if a body performing public duty is amenable to the writ jurisdiction, all its decisions cannot be subject to judicial review under Article 226.

Only those decisions having a public element can be reviewed by High Courts in exercise of its writ jurisdiction under Article 226 of the Constitution, the Supreme Court recently held [St. Mary’s Education Society v Rajendra Prasad Bhargava].

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