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Union and state relations under the Indian Constitution

Motilal Chimanlal Setalvad

Union and state relations under the Indian Constitution

by Motilal Chimanlal Setalvad

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Published by Eastern Law House in Calcutta .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Federal government -- India,
    • State governments -- India

    • Edition Notes

      StatementM. C. Setalvad.
      SeriesTagore law lectures ;, 1973
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJQ220.S8 S47
      The Physical Object
      Pagination18, 247 p. ;
      Number of Pages247
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5177273M
      LC Control Number74903949

      Created Date: 9/30/ PM. Apr 08,  · Relations between the Union and the States Distribution of power is an essential feature of federalism. Legislative Relation 1. With relation to territory. 2. With relation to subject matter With.

      Finally he discusses intricate details of the terms and provisions mentioned in the constitution, which helps to simplify articles of the constitution related Federal finances. Centre-State Relations: Insights on Federalism in India - (Part XI of Indian Constitution Online). The constitution of India establishes a dual polity with the jurisdiction of making laws on different subject matters is divided between union and the state governments. The distinguishing feature here is that the residual powers lie in the hands of the central government. [11]Author: Pragya Bansal.

      Original Indian Constitution, when adopted by Constituent Assembly in , had articles and 22 parts. Many other articles and three other parts were added to it by subsequent constitutional amendments. As of now, the Indian constitution has about articles in 25 parts. In this post, let's learn the must-know articles of the Indian Constitution. Must Know Articles of Indian Constitution. India – A Federal State. India is a federal country. But not once in the constitution is the word “federation” ever mentioned. Instead what is said is that India is a “Union of States’.Actually many historians believe that India is a quasi-federal country. It means it is a federal state with some features of a unitary government.


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Union and state relations under the Indian Constitution by Motilal Chimanlal Setalvad Download PDF EPUB FB2

Part XI – consists of Articles on Relations between the Union and States. Chapter I [] Articles – on Distribution of Legislative Powers. The Constitution provides for a three-fold distribution of legislative subjects between the Union and the states, viz., List-I (the Union List), List-II (the State List) and List-III (the Concurrent List) in the Seventh Schedule.

Get this from a library. Union and state relations under the Indian Constitution. [M C Setalvad]. Dec 15,  · Union and the States Relations | Indian Constitution Download PDF It has already been pointed out that in ‘emergencies’ the government under the Indian Constitution will work as if it were a unitary government.

This aspect will be more fully discussed in Chap. Directions by the Union to State niarbylbaycafe.com: Sastry. Union-State Rlelations; No. Union-State Rlelations; 1. Articles of the Constitution of India dealt with the provisions regarding the relations between the Union and the States.

The parliament has exclusive power to make laws on any matter enumerated in List I of the Seventh Schedule. Union List; The Union List or List-I is a list of items (the last item is numbered 97) given in Seventh Schedule in the Constitution of India on which Parliament has exclusive power to legislate.

The legislative section is divided into three lists: Union List, State List andConcurrent List. The Sarkaria Commission Report on Centre-State relations is the most comprehensive review of the Indian parliamentary federal system since the adoption of the Constitution in Set up inthe Sarkaria Commission took five years to complete its deliberations and finalise its report.

The Constitution of India provides for a federal system. The Union and the State Governments derive their authority from the Constitution. The relations between the center and the States have been mentioned in Parts XI and XII of the Constitution under the heads, legislative, administrative and financial relations.

(ii) Though there is a division of powers between the Union and the States, the Indian Constitution provides the Union with power to exercise control over the legislation as well as the administration of the States.

Legislation by a State can be disallowed by the President, when reserved by. The Indian Constitution has clearly demarcated the line between the legislative, administrative and financial areas of the union and the states. This division ensures that both the partners to the federation should within their well-defined jurisdiction enjoy their respective spheres of autonomy.

Sep 20,  · The Indian Constitution has elaborate provisions regarding the distribution of revenues between the Union and the States.

Article to in Part XII deal with the financial relations. The financial relations between the Union and the States can be studied under the following heads. The Constitution of India, under Article mentions the obligations of the Union and the State. Articlestates that ‘Every State shall utilize its executive powers in conformity with the laws made by the Parliament and with all the pre-existing laws prevailing in the State, and it further mentions that.

ADMINISTRATIVE RELATIONS BETWEEN THE CENTRE AND THE STATE UNDER PROVISIONS OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA NAME: Aleesha dos Reis Falcao CLASS: niarbylbaycafe.comM. 22 INDEX SR. TOPIC PAGE NO 1 INTRODUCTION 1 - 3 Federal System of India, the head of the Executive Union is the President of the country.

The real political as well as social power. The Indian constitution declares India as federal. That means it is a union of states where power is divided between centre and states as per the procedure mentioned in the constitution.

In this two tier system, the central government have the final say in all the matters and in this way India. The Union List or List-I is a list of numbered items (the last item is numbered 97) given in Seventh Schedule in the Constitution of India on which Parliament has exclusive power to legislate.

The legislative section is divided into three lists: Union List, State List and Concurrent List. National Portal of India is a Mission Mode Project under the National E-Governance Plan, designed and developed by National Informatics Centre (NIC), Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India.

It has been developed with an objective to enable a single window access to information and services being provided by the various Indian Government entities. Jul 25,  · Chapter I {Legislative Relations} Article {Extent of laws made by Parliament and by the Legislatures of States}. Subject to the provisions of this Constitution, Parliament may make laws for the whole or any part of the territory of India, and the Legislature of a State may make laws for the whole or any part of the State.

According to Article 12 of the Constitution of India, the term ‘State’ can be used to denote the union and state governments, the Parliament and state legislatures and all local or other authorities within the territory of India or under the control of the Indian government. The inter-State Council was set up under Article of the Constitution of India vide Presidential Order May 28, If at any time it appears to the President that the public would be served by the establishment of a Council charged with the duty of.

Dec 20,  · State Of Punjab Writ petition under Article 32 of the Constitution, was filed by six persons who carried on the business of preparing, printing, publishing and selling text books for different classes in the schools of Punjab, particularly for the primary and middle classes, under Continue reading "Union and State Executive – Indian.

The book doesn't elucidate much on important concepts and fails to provide a brief understanding of the Indian Constitution to a non-legal reader.

According to me, this book is a boring text to legal background readers and a badly written introduction to non-legal reader/5. The President of India is head of the executive branch, under Articles 52 and 53, with the duty of preserving, protecting and defending the constitution and the law under Article Article 74 provides for a Prime Minister as head of the Council of Ministers, which aids and advises the president in the performance of their constitutional niarbylbaycafe.comiction: India.indian polity This book examines the constitutional framework of the present day political system in India—how it evolved and how it has been modified over the years.

It also discusses various issues pertaining to the working of the Constitution.Indian Polity - Center State Relation - Articles to of Part XI and Articles to of Part XII describe three types of Center-State relations i.e.

Legislative, Administrative, and Financia.