The Tenth Schedule of the Constitution of India makes provision for:
This Schedule of the Constitution of Indian is referred to as the ‘Anti-Defection Law’ and was inserted by the 52nd Amendment to the Constitution. Apart from the 10th Schedule Clause (2) was added in Article 102 and Article 191. Article 102 relates to grounds of disqualification of members of the Parliament while Clause (2) gave authority to the 10th Schedule as holding legitimate grounds of disqualification. Article 191 spoke about the same but for State Legislatures. It was given effect for ensuring that a party member does not violate the mandate of the party and in case he does so, he will lose his membership of the House. Thus, this law applies to both Parliament and state assemblies.
Ind AS 7 deals with which of the following:
At what level of an organisation does a corporate manager operate?
Money received against share warrant is shown under which head?
An interface, that allows a user to interact with the e-commerce vendor in a two-tier architecture, is known as __________.
Which term refers to the specific rate of interest carried by a bond?
Which of the following taxes will be levied on imports?
Determining the present value of a future amount in financial sense is known as:
What is the taxable event under GST?
What is another name for the Revenue account in insurance company reporting?
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