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FRs - General
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This lesson explains Article 12 and Article 13 of the Constitution.

Prasanna Naidu
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mam making notes from this course will be enough ??
Mauli Joshi
2 years ago
I would recommend to first go through NCERT and then take notes from the course as the course tries to move further from what it there in the NCERT Textbook. :D
Statutory and Non- Statutory Authorities also also included under State
  1. All laws(Parliament/State) inconsistent or in derogation of any FR's void Govt & Parliament (ie. executive & legislative organs) Article 13 Laws inconsistent with FR's Power of SC and High Courts that can declare a law unconstitutional and invalid on the ground of contravention of any of the Fundamental Rights Govt & legislature of States (ie. executive & legislative Art.32, Art.226 Article 12 State organs of State Govt) Fundamental Rights General) All local authorities (ex: Muncipalities panchayats,etc) Permanent Laws Temporary laws (ex:Ordinance) Statutory Instruments in nature of Delegated Legis (ex: order, bye-law rule, regulation, notification) Non-Legislative Sources (ex:custom, usage having force of law) "law" includes All other authorities (ex LIC, ONGC, SAIL,etc)