CK ALLEN ON LEGAL DUTIES
By Shilpi S. Gautam
An Australian-born Carleton Kemp Allen was professor and Warden of Rhodes House at the University of Oxford. At the point when the right is given to the individual then it is expected that specific duties are likewise forced on the individual. The privilege has its correlative duties. There are two sorts of duties when the individual must play out his duty when he has a lawful duty yet in the event of good duty he does not commit. It is on the tact of a person. The duty is arranged into supreme and relative duty, positive and negative duty, and essential and optional duty. Here we try to look through the idea presented by Carleton Kemp Allen, his takes on legal duties. Along with that, we’ll also be examining the concept of legal duties, what he meant by legal duties, and the flaws in this concept.
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