Law Making Function Presented by Sandesh Sanke
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Bill and types of bill Bill Bill means the draft or proposal of a law. TYPES OF BILL 1. Money bill 2. Ordinary bill 3. Government bill 4. Amendment bill
Types of bill 1. Money bill A bill related to the income and expenditure of the country is a money bill is also a money bill. It can be introduced only in Loksabha at Central Level. In case of state the money bill gets introduce in legislative assembly.
Types of bill 2. Ordinary bill A bill which is not money bill is an ordinary bill. 3. Government bill When an bill is proposed by any minister it is a This bill can be proposed in either house of Parliament. government bill This can be considered proposal by whole council of ministers. 4. Amendment bill t is the proposal to amend Constitution. It can be proposed by any member of Parliament.
Law making procedure of an Ordinary bill 1. First Reading Introduction of bill takes place and first reading of 2. Second Reading (a) Stage of general discussion - The printed bill is done. copies of bill are distributed, the principles and the provision of the bill are discussed. (b) Committee Stage - The selected committee examines the bill in detailed manner and clause by clause. Provisions can be amend without altering principles and discussion takes place.
(c) Consideration Stage - Discussion and voting takes on each clause. Ammendments suggested by committee can be accepted or rejected. 3. Third Reading - Discussion and voting takes place whether to accept the bill or not. 4. Bill in the Second House In this house, the bill passes through all the three stages, first reading, second reading and third reading. 5. Assent of the President - An ordinary bill cannot become a law without assent of President.
Law making procedure of money bill 1. It can be introduced only in Loksabha.Money bill goes to Rajyasabha when it is passed by Loksabha. 2. Rajyasabha cannot reject a Money bill. 3. Recommendations suggested by Rajyasabha are not binding on Loksabha 4. If Rajyasabha has not returned money bill within 14days, it shall be deemed to be passed 5. It is mandatory on the President to give assent on Money bill.
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