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Report No. 248


4.6 In today's times when national economies are increasingly becoming globally 'interdependent' and 'interconnected', ignoring to recognize the above symbiotic linkages between law and economy can prove very costly to the nation.

As the economy gets liberalised and modernised encompassing phenomenal changes brought in almost every walk of life the need for laws to keep pace with changes thus occurring become fundamental requirement lest there should appear legal gaps, inconsistencies and contradictions causing serious impediments to the processes of 'growth' and of 'development'.

4.7 To conclude, it may not be out of place to remember what one of eminent scholar of jurisprudence Puchta long ago had to say:

"Law grows with the growth and strengthens with the strength of people.". We wonder whether 'law' in our system is growing and gaining strength or in many respects, say for example in case of obsolete, irrelevant and are archaic laws remaining on the statute books still remain muddled and outmoded.

There is urgent need to ensure that laws and legal structures keep pace and are reflective and responsive to growing needs and challenges of the time. Commission hopes that the suggestions and recommendations made in the report constitute a step in that march of law.

[Justice A.P. Shah]

[Justice S.N. Kapoor] Member

[Prof. (Dr.) Mool Chand Sharma] Member

[Justice Usha Mehra] Member

[Dr. S.S. Chahar] Member-Secretary

[P.K. Malhotra] Ex-officio Member

[Dr. Sanjay Singh] Ex-officio Member


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