"The era of never-ending oral arguments and verbose pleadings has to go", Plea in Supreme Court seeks use of plain English for laws

The plea also calls for the direct imposition of a page limit for pleadings and a time limit for oral arguments before the Supreme Court.
"The era of never-ending oral arguments and verbose pleadings has to go", Plea in Supreme Court seeks use of plain English for laws

A plea has been filed in the Supreme Court praying for the use of plain language in the drafting and issuing of all government rules, regulations, notifications, communications that are of interest to the general public.

In order to facilitate access to justice for laypersons, the petitioner has also sought directions to the Union Law Ministry to make available guides and handbooks on laws of general public interest and redressal of grievances in easily understandable language.

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