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Title: Legislative conflicts in india
Authors: Sebastian,V D
Dr.Markose, A T
Keywords: Ancillary power
Incidental power
Colourable legislation
Protection clause
Confiscatory legislation
Issue Date: Jul-1976
Publisher: Cochin University of Science And Technology
Abstract: The subject-wise distribtion of legislative competence among the three legislative jurisdictions, union, state and concurrent, gives rise to a problem of legislative conflicts in India. There does not seem to have been any study exclusively devoted to this aspect of Indian federalism. This study is an attempt in that direction. The study has been broadly divided into three parts after an historical introduction in chapter I. Chapters II to VIII deal with conflicts between the exclusive fields, chapters IX and X with conflicts in the concurrent field, and chapter XI with conflicts between the exclusive and concurrent fields. In the last chapter, i.e, chapter XII, has been collected together some conclusions which in most cases have also been noted in the course of the study
Description: School of legal studies, Cochin University of Science And Technology
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/3310
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