Friday, December 2, 2011

PART VI
THE STATES
CHAPTER I.- GENERAL
Art.( 152 )
CHAPTER II.-THE
EXECUTIVE
The Governor ...Art.
(153-162)
Council of Ministers
...Art.(163-164)
The Advocate-
General for the State
...Art.(165)
Conduct of
Government
Buiseness
...Art.(166-167)
CHAPTER III.-THE STATE
LEGISLATURE
General ...Art.
(168-177)
Officers of the State
Legislature
...Art.(178-187)
Conduct of Business
...Art.(188-189)
Disqualificatins of
Members
...Art.(190-193)
Powers, Privileges,
Immunities of State
Legislature and thier
Members
...Art.(194-195)
Legislative
Procedure
...Art.(196-201)
Procedure in
Financial Matters
...Art.(202-207)
Procedure Genarally
...Art.(208-212)
CHAPTER IV.-LEGISLATIVE
POWER OF THE GOVERNOR
Art.( 213 )
CHAPTER V.-THE HIGH
COURTS IN THE STATE
Art.( 214-231 )
CHAPTER VI.-
SUBORDINATE COURTS
Art.( 233-237 )
CHAPTER I.- GENERAL
ARTICLE
152. Definition.
The CHAPTER II.-THE
EXECUTIVE
Governor
ARTICLE
153. Governors of
State.
154. Executive
Power of State
155. Appointment of
Governor .
156. Term of office
of Governor.
157. Qualifications
for Appointment as
Governor.
158. Conditions of
Governor's office.
159. Oath or
affirmation by the
Governor.
160. Discharge of the
functions of the
Governor in certain
contingencies.
161. Power of
Governor to grant
pardons, etc., and to
suspend, remit 161
or commute
sentences in certain
cases.
162. Extent of
executive power of
State.
Council of Ministers
ARTICLE
163. Council of
Ministers to aid and
advise Governor.
164. Other provisions
as to ministers.
The Advocate-
General for the State
ARTICLE
165. Advocate-
General for the
State.
Conduct of
Government
Buiseness
ARTICLE
166. Conduct of
Business of the
Government of a
State.
167. Duties of Chief
Minister as respects
furnishing of
information to
Governor,etc.
CHAPTER III.-THE STATE
LEGISLATURE
General
ARTICLE
168. Constitution of
Legislatures in
States.
169. Abolition or
creation of
Legislative Councils
in States.
170. Composition of
the Legislative
Assemblies
171. Composition of
the Legislative
Councils.
172. Duration of
State Legislatures.
173. Qualification for
membership of the
State Legislature.
174. Sessions of the
State Legislature
prorogation and
dissolution.
175. Right of
Governor to address
and send messages
to the House or
Houses.
176. Special address
by the Governor.
177. Rights of
Ministers and
Advocate-General as
respects the Houses.
Officers of the State
Legislature
ARTICLE
178. The speaker
and Deputy Speaker
of the Legislative
Assembly
179. Vacation and
resignation of and
removal from the
offices of Speaker
and Deputy Speaker
180. Power of the
Deputy Speaker or
other person to
perform the duties
of the office of or to
act as,Speaker
181. The Speaker or
the Deputy Speaker
not to preside while
a resolution for his
removal from office
is under
consideration
182. The Chairman
and Deputy
Chairman of the
Legislative Council.
183. Vacation and
resignation of, and
removal from, the
offices of Chairman
and Deputy
Chairman.
184. Power of the
Deputy Chairman or
other person to
perform the duties
of the office of, or to
act as, Chairman.
185. The Chairman or
the Deputy Chairman
not to preside while
a resolution for his
removal from office
is under
consideration.
186. Salaries and
allowances of the
Speaker and Deputy
Speaker and the
Chairman and
Deputy Chairman.
187. Secretariat of
State Legislature.
Conduct of Business
ARTICLE
188. Oath or
affirmation by
members.
189. Voting in
Houses, power of
Houses to act
notwithstanding
vacancies and
quorum.
Disqualificatins of
Members
ARTICLE
190. Vacation of
seats.
191. Disqualifications
for membership.
192. Decision on
question as to
disqualifications of
members.
193. Penalty for
sitting and voting
before maing oath or
affirmation under
article 188 or when
not qualified or
when disqualified.
Powers, Privileges,
Immunities of State
Legislature and thier
Members
ARTICLE
194. Powers,
privileges, etc., of
the Houses of
Legislatures and of
the members and
committees thereof.
195. Salaries and
allowances of
members.
Legislative
Procedure
ARTICLE
196. Provisions as to
intriduction and
passing of Bills.
197. Restriction on
powers of
Legislative Council
as to Bills other than
Money Bills.
198. Special
procedure in respect
of Money Bills.
199. Definition of
"Money Bills".
200. Assent to Bills.
201. Bills reserved
for consideration.
Procedure in
Financial Matters
ARTICLE
202. Annual financial
Statement.
203. Procedure in
Legislature with
respect to
estimates.
204. Appropriation
Bills.
205. Supplementary,
additional or excess
grants.
206. Votes on
account, votes of
credit and
exceptional grants.
207. Special
provisions as to
financial Bills.
Procedure Genarally
ARTICLE
208. Rules of
procedure.
209. Regulation by
law procedure in the
Legislature of the
State in relation to
210. Language to be
used in the
Legislature.
211. Restriction on
discussion in the
Legislature.
212. Courts not to
inquire into
proceedings of the
Legislature.
CHAPTER IV.-LEGISLATIVE
POWER OF THE GOVERNOR
ARTICLE
213. Power of
Governor to
promulgate
Ordinances during
recess of
Legislature.
CHAPTER V.-THE HIGH
COURTS IN THE STATE
ARTICLE
214. High Courts for
States.
215. High Courts to
be courts of record.
216. Constitution of
High Courts.
217. Appointment
and condition of the
office of a Judge of
a High Court.
218. Application of
certain provisions
relating to Supreme
Court to High Courts.
219. Oath or
affirmation by
Judges of High
Courts.
220. Restriction on
practice after being
a permanent Judge.
221. Salaries, etc., of
Judges.
222. Transfer of a
Judge from one High
Court to another.
223. Appointment of
acting Chief Justice.
224. Appointment of
additional and acting
Judges.
224A. Appointment
of retired Judges at
sittings of High
Courts.
225. Jurisdiction of
existing High Courts.
226. Power of High
Courts to issue
certain writs.
226A. [Repealed.]
227. Power of
superintendence
over all courts by
the High Court.
228. Transfer of
certain cases to High
Court.
228A. [Repealed.]
229. Officers and
servants and the
expenses of High
Courts.
230. Extension
jurisdiction of High
Courts to Union
territories.
231. Establishment
of a common High
Court for two or
more States.
CHAPTER VI.-
SUBORDINATE COURTS
ARTICLE
233. Appointment of
district judges.
233A. Validation of
appointments of,
and judgments, etc.,
delivered by, certain
district judges.
234. Recruitment of
persons other than
district judges to the
judicial service.
235. Control over
subordinate courts.
236. Interpretation.
237. Application of
the provisions of this
Chapter to certain
class or classes of
magistrates