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Durga Das Basu’s: Commentary on the Constitution of India, 8/e, Vol. 7 Durga Das Basu’s: Commentary on the Constitution of India, 8/e, Vol. 7
Durga Das Basu’s: Commentary on the Constitution of India, 8/e, Vol. 7
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Format: Hardback
Publisher: Lexis Nexis
Language: English
ISBN: 9788180386558
Dimensions: 23.80 X 0.50 X 15.80
Shipping Weight: 2.000(Kg)
Publisher Code: 9788180386558
Date Added: 2017-01-01
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Jurisdiction: Indian
Overview:

The Commentary was first published within nine months of the commencement of the Constitution in 1950, it is the pioneering work on the Indian Constitution. It is not merely a digest of cases, but rather a treatise on comparative constitutional jurisprudence. The first authoritative work on the Constitution of India that adopted an interdisciplinary approach. It threw light on this great document from different angles and examined it from the philosophical, sociological, political as well as legal perpectives. It was the first Indian work on Constitutional Law to be studied from one end of the world to the other, including countries, that do not belong to the Anglo-American jurisprudential tradition. These two volumes in discussion cover one of the most fascinating topics in the Constitution: the powers of the country’s High Courts in relation to the enforcement of fundamental and other legal rights.


Table Of Contents:

GENERAL CONTENTS OF VOLUME 6 & 7
[ART. 225 TO ART. 232]
Title Page ........................................................................................ iii
Preface to the Eighth Edition.......................................................... vii
Preface to the Sixth and Seventh Edition ........................................ x
Preface to the Fifth Edition............................................................. xviii
Preface to the Third Edition............................................................ xxi
Preface to the Second Edition......................................................... xxiii
Preface to the First Edition............................................................. xxiv
Contents ........................................................................................ xxxix-lix
References ....................................................................................... lxi-lxxi
Table of Cases................................................................................. lxxiii-cdxvii
Text Pages Vol. 6 [Art. 225 to 226 (Contd.)].................................. 6439-7230
Text Pages Vol. 7 [Art. 226 (Contd.) to 232].................................. 7231-8486
Subject Index ................................................................................... [1]-[43]
PART VI
THE STATES [* * * *] (CONTD.)
CHAPTER V
THE HIGH COURTS IN THE STATES (CONTD.) Art. 225. Jurisdiction of existing High Courts ................ 6439-6447
Art. 226. Power of High Courts to issue certain writs..... 6447-8279
Appendix-High Court Rules for Art. 226
of the Constitution of India 8280-8391
xxviii GENERAL CONTENTS PAGE
Art. 226A Constitutional validity of Central laws not to be considered in proceedings under Art. 226... 8392
Art. 227. Power of superintendence over all courts by the High Court.................................................. 8392-8453
Art. 228. Transfer of certain cases to High Court ........... 8454-8465
Art. 228A. Special provisions as to disposal of questions relating to constitutional validity of State laws .................................................................. 8465
Art. 229. Officers and servants and the expenses of High Courts ...................................................... 8466-8476
Art. 230. Extension of jurisdiction of High Courts to Union Territories .............................................. 8476-8479
Art. 231. Establishment of a common High Court for two or more States............................................ 8479-8482
Art. 232. Omitted by the Constitution (Seventh Amendment) Act, 1956 ..................................... 8482-8483


 
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