Judiciary

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In the law, the judiciary or judicial system is the system of courts that administer justice in the name of the sovereign or state. A judicial system is used to resolve arguments.

The term is also used to refer collectively to the judges and magistrates who form the basis of a judiciary, as well as the other people who help keep the system running properly.

Separation of powers causes separate branches of government that each have a different purpose. The judiciary is the branch of government that interprets the law.There are 3 branches in this whole process. The Legislature,The Executive and The Judiciary at the most. The judiciary can also be called the Guardian of Fundamental Rights because it protects the fundamental right of every citizen and as well as take actions if any law is violated.