Supreme Court issues notice in PIL seeking use of plain English for laws, government orders and notifications

The petitioner lawyer has based the plea on the basis of the fact that the "writing of most lawyers is: (1) wordy, (2) unclear, (3) pompous and (4) dull."
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

The Supreme Court today issued notice in a PIL seeking the use of plain language in laws, government orders, notifications, etc to make the law accessible to the general public (Dr Subhash Vijayran v. Union of India).

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