Last week, a nine-judge Supreme Court bench began hearing appeals relating to the interpretation of Part XIII of the Constitution (Articles 301-307). This nine-judge-bench is the sixteenth time that the Supreme Court has assembled in such strength. Most earlier benches handled fundamental rights questions. This is, perhaps, the first one to examine the taxation powers of the Parliament and the state legislatures.
[…] 11, 2016December 28, 2016 Douglas McDonald-Norman As Vikram has previously noted, Part XIII of the Indian Constitution (regarding trade, commerce and intercourse within India) has […]
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