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PublisherLexis Nexis
BindingHard Cover
Publish YearJanuary 2010


Lexis Nexis Datar Commentary On Constitution Of India (3 Vols) by ARVIND P DATAR

The second edition of this book is now ready - five years after the first edition was released in 2001 containing an exhaustive commentary with case-law references reported upto (2006) 7 SCC on the Constitution of India as amended by the 94th Constitutional Amendment Act. Also containing text of Constitutional Documents from 1800 to 2006 with full text of the Constitutional Amendment Acts upto 94th Amendment with their Statement of Objects & Reasons.

Appendices cover various texts of foreign Constitutions including text of Constitution of the United States of America, The Human Rights Act, 1998 (UK), The European Convention on Human Rights, The South African Constitution, The Australian Constitution, The Canadian Constitution, 1867, The Canadian Constitution, 1982, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 1966, International Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination, 1966. Also containing text of Venkatachalliah Committee Summary of Recommendations of National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution and Rules framed by Various High Courts under Articles 226 and 227 of the Constitution.Momentous changes have taken place in the last five years in the field of Constitution of India. In the last five years, the Supreme Court has delivered several important decisions in the areas of public employment, reservations in education and employment, taxation and on the scope of compensatory tax under Articles 301 to 304. These and much more important judicial decisions have necessitated a complete revision of the first edition. 

This is, virtually, a fresh commentary containing an exhaustive and critical notes on the Constitution of India with torrential downpour of case law references of the Supreme Court of India and various High Courts on the subject.In the present new edition author has taken steps to re-arrange the case laws in more orderly fashion under distinctive topical head