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Article 248 in The Constitution Of India 1949 248. Residuary powers of legislation (1) Parliament has exclusive power to make
Central Government Act
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entry 49--Scope of--Enquiry into scope of residuary Powers--Nature of--'Any other matter' in entry 97, meaning ... entry 97, List I, and Art. 248, dealing with residuary powers of Parliament. HELD: (Per S. M. Sikri
Supreme Court of India
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1972 AIR 1061
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legislative had chosen to conceive it, was referrable to residuary power, that the economists' concept of such an expenditure ... suigeneris or non-descript imposed in exercise of the residuary powers so long as such tax is not specifically enumerated
Supreme Court of India
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1988 AIR 1291
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That should be vested with the States, particularly the residuary powers of the States should be vested with the States ... other federal Constitution. It may be that the residuary powers are given to the Centre and not to the States
Lok Sabha Debates
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unfettered by the entries in the State List. Further residuary power of legislation including the power to levy ... List II or in exercise of the residuary power under Entry 97. There is nothing in the Constitution to prevent
Supreme Court of India
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1979 AIR 1550
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Constitution. Article 248 of the Constitution deals with residuary powers. The proposal for residuary powers came from the Constitutions ... recommendations of Dr. Rajamannar Committee says: "The residuary powers of legislation and taxation may be vested with the State Legislature
Lok Sabha Debates
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Parliament on the same is beyond the competence and residuary power under Entry 97 of List I. Thus, 8 according ... matter enumerated in the State List. 15 248 - Residuary powers of legislation (1) Parliament has exclusive power to make
Supreme Court of India
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that limitation cannot be ignored when considering the residuary powers contained in Article 248 and the residuary entry ... residuary taxation field by entry No. 97. The residuary powers under Article 248 remain intact and resort
Allahabad High Court
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AIR 1961 All 487
- Gurtu - Full Document
Concurrent List; and, therefore, it falls under the residuary power vested in Parliament under clause (2) of article 248, read ... position is also now clear that the resort to residuary power should be the very last refuge
Kerala High Court
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1962 45 ITR 66 Ker
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Senate, it shall lapse. The Chancellor has been given power to suspend the operation of any Regulation until the Senate ... Regulation" passed by the Academic Council, the Council has residuary power under Section
Kerala High Court
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AIR 1981 Ker 149
- Bhat - Full Document
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