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Analysing Road Regulation in India Through the Arie Freiberg Framework of Regulation

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Abstract: Road regulation, especially of National Highways in India, is done by administrative structures at the Union government level using legislation and policies. The legal framework in India alone has been found to be inadequate with reference to the issues of land records, boundary marking and citizen rights. What is legal becomes a matter of definitional and jurisdictional conflict. The Arie Freiberg toolkit of regulation offers six segments into which government regulation can be categorised. This study analyses the regulation of National Highways in India using this regulatory framework. The authors conclude that regulatory space in the context of National Highways uses a mixture of tools from the framework.

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