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Comparative Constitutional Law

Comparative Constitutional Law

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  • Author(s): Durga Das Basu
  • Brand: LexisNexis Butterworths
  • Edition: 3 Ed Rp 2020
  • ISBN 13 9789351431428
  • Approx. Pages 459 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description
Dr Durga Das Basu's Comparative Constitutional Law has its beginning from the law lectures in B.H.U.A work of good research has been immendely improved by the another. Lucid readable and of great value to students of politics, law and to the legal profession. The topics have been detailed in a manner that makes it most intelligible and fluent. The first edition incorporated precedents till 1983. This revised edition has brought in precedents till he early part of 2014. The basic chapters remaining the same, substantial value has been added keeping in view the latest developments on the subject over these years.
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Contents
Chapter 1.    Scope of the Comparative Study of Constitutional Law
Chapter 2.    History of Constitution - Making and its Development in India
Chapter 3.    Natural Justice
Chapter 4.    Departures from Foreign Precedents
Chapter 5.    Bill of Rights
Chapter 6.    Judicial Decision Violating Due Process
Chapter 7.    Scope of the Present Work
Chapter 8.    The Basic Concepts Involved
Chapter 9.    Incidents and Justiciability of a Written Constitution
Chapter 10.  Interpretation of the Constitution
Chapter 11.  Equality and Rule of Law
Chapter 12.  Final Interpretation of Constitution
Chapter 13.  Extraneous Evidence : Admissibility of
Chapter 14.  Amendability of the Constitution
Chapter 15.  The Constitution as Higher Law
Chapter 16.  The Written Constitution as a Limitation
Chapter 17.  The Principle against Delegation of Constitutional Powers as a Limitation
Chapter 18.  Judicial Review, Role of Judiciary and the Doctrine of State Action
Subject Index
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Author Details
Author
Acharya Dr. Durga Das Basu, M.A., LL.D. (Cal.); D. Litt. (Cal. Burd.); Rabindrabharti; Kalyani); Saraswati, Vachaspati, Vidyavaridhi, Prajnabharati, Nyayaratnakara, Neetibhaskara, Nyayabharati, Manava Ratna. Honorary Professor, Banaras Hindu University; Retired Judge, High Court, Calcutta; Formerly Member, Union Law Commission; Tagore Law Professor, Asutosh Memorial Lecturer. Calcutta University; Recipient, National Award, Padmabhushan (1985); National Research Professor of India (1986); National Citizen’s Award (1991); Honorary Fellow, Asiatic Society, Calcutta (1994).
Third Edition Revised by
Hon’ble Mr. Justice G B Patnaik
, Former Chief Justice of India
Yasobant Das, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India
Rita Das, Phd Political Science
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