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Durga Das Basu’s Commentary on the Constitution of India, Volume 11 (PART-1)

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    Author(s)Durga Das Basu
    PublisherLexis Nexis
    Edition9th Edition 2018
    Publish YearDecember 2017


    Lexis Nexis Durga Das Basu’s Commentary on the Constitution of India, Volume 11 (PART-1) by Durga Das Basu

    Key Highlights:- • First published in 1950, this pioneering work on the Indian Constitution enjoys the reputation of being one of the most authoritative publications on the subject • An evergreen classic, this work is amongst the most comprehensive commentaries on the Constitution of India • Makes a critical and comparative analysis of the provisions of Indian Constitution and examines them from philosophical, sociological, political as well as legal perspectives • Volume 11 of this monumental work covers Articles 226 to 232 of the Constitution. This Volume has been painstakingly updated to include the latest cases, legislative amendments and current developments in the constitutional law • All Latest and notable cases of the Supreme Court as well as various High Courts have been incorporated • Provides a detailed synopsis for easy navigation and reference • An indispensable source of reference to Lawyers, Judges, Constitutional Law Experts, Officials of Central and State Government Law Departments, Academicians, Administrators and all such individuals who are in any way concerned with the working of the Constitution of India