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Election Laws and Practice in India

Election Laws and Practice in India

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  • Author(s): R.N. Choudhry
  • Brand: Orient Law House
  • Edition: 4 Ed Rp 2016
  • ISBN 10 8187197137
  • ISBN 13 9788187197133
  • Approx. Pages 1630 + contents
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Containing
Commentary on the Representation of the People Act, 1951 as amended by The Representation of the People  (Amendment and Validation) Act, 2013 (Act 29 of 2013)
along with
Relevant Rules, Orders, Guidelines, Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies, etc., etc
Description
A great number of important rulings have been pronunced High Couts on election laws and most of these rulings have been incorporated at proper places in this commentary. Various new useful appendices also find place in the Third Edition. It is hoped that this commentary will be found useful for the advocates, electoral candidates, various political parties, Government Departments and general public.
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Contents
Division I : On Election
Divisiion II : Central Acts

1.    The Presentation of the People Act, 1951
Part I : Preliminary
Part II : Qualifications and Disqualifications
Part III : Notification of General Elections
Part IV : Administrative Machinery for the Conduct of Elections
Part IV-A : Registration of Political Parties
Part V : Conduct of Elections
Part V-A : Freesupply of certain material to candidates of recognised Political Parties
Part VI : Disputes Regarding Elections
Part VII : Corrupt Practices and Electoral Offences
Part VIII : Disqualifications
Part IX : Bye-Elections
Part X : Miscellaneous
Part XI : General
2.    The Representation of the People Act, 1950
Part I : Preliminary
Part II : Allocation of Seats and Delimitation of Constituencies
Part II-A : Officers
Part II-B : Electoral Rolls for Parliamentary Constituencies
Part III : Electoral Rolls for Assembly...Constituencies
Part IV : Etoral Rolls for Council Constituencies
Part IV-A : Manner of Filling Seats in the Council of States t be filled by
                  Representatives of Union Territories
Part V : General
Division III : International Standards for Elections
Division IV : Central Rules
Division V : Allied Central Acts & Rules
Division VI : Rules and Orders under the Constitution
Division VII : Law Relating to Removal of Disqualification
Division VIII : Appendices

Subject Index
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