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In essence, what does 'Due Process of Law ' mean?
(a) The principle of natural justice
(b) The procedure established by law
(c) Fair application of law
(d) Equality before law



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The term "Due Process of Law" encompasses the idea that individuals have the right to fair treatment and legal protections when they are subjected to governmental actions that may affect their life, liberty, or property. It ensures that the legal system operates in a just and predictable manner.

Among the options provided, (a) The principle of natural justice, (b) The procedure established by law, and (c) Fair application of law all capture different aspects of due process. However, the most accurate and comprehensive interpretation is (c) Fair application of law.

"Fair application of law" implies that individuals should be treated impartially and without discrimination, and that legal procedures and actions should be applied consistently and in accordance with established principles. It encompasses not only the procedural aspects but also the substantive fairness of the legal system.

While (d) Equality before law is an important principle related to due process, it is not synonymous with the concept itself. Equality before the law ensures that all individuals are subject to the same laws and receive equal protection under those laws.


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