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What is a writ?
A writ is an order passed either by High Court of a state (like Punjab and Haryana High Court at Chandigarh) or Supreme Court of India. Case filed to get this order is called writ petition. High Courts’ power to grant writ comes from article 226 of the Constitution of India and similar power for Supreme Court is stated in article 32 of Constitution of India.
Types of cases under writ jurisdiction
There are 5 types of writs under Indian Constitution: Mandamus, Certiorari, Habeas Corpus, Prohibition, quo-warranto. Some of the types of cases under writ jurisdiction are election matters (MLA, MP, Lambardar, Sarpanch), panchayati land matters (shamlat), land acquisition matters, education matters, RTI cases, Industrial Disputes Act, protection of life and liberty cases and any statutory matters from which there is no provision of further appeal or revision against the impugned order passed by the statutory authorities.