Constitutional Law & Issues

Not all people are born equal, but it is the Indian Constitution that makes the law the great equalizer by making everyone equal and enshrines the principles of equality, and guarantees Fundamental Rights to its citizens, which forms the bedrock of our democracy. The Apex Court and the various High Courts are the remedy when these rights are violated by the egregious, arbitrary, capricious and unjust actions of the state or the legislature. The rights to constitutional remedies are enshrined in our constitution and the courts work on the principle of “Ubi jus ibi remedium” which translates as “where there is a right there is a remedy”.

At Lexar Legal, we rely on our extensive constitutional knowledge and acumen to help our clients by devising tactics that are consistent with the remedy and reparation desired. We also provide in-depth guidance, analysis of the effects of legislative changes and solutions on how to adapt to these changes.

Services Offered:
Analysis & evaluation of extent of the violation
Writs of Habeas Corpus
Writs of Certiorari
Filing of Writs
Initiating legal actions
Writs of Quo Warranto
Writs of Prohibition
Writs of Mandamus
Advice on feasibility of legal recourse available
Advisory services on challenges w.r.t Constitutional & Statutory Regulations
Public Interest Litigation
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