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Indian and Pakistan Year Book and Who's who - Page 71
edited by - 1928
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Hertslet's Commercial Treaties: A Collection of Treaties and ..., Volume 30

Great Britain. Foreign Office - Commercial treaties - 1924 - 1194 pages
...has been refused by the Legislative Assembly is essential to the discharge of his responsibilities, act as if it had been assented to, notwithstanding...or the reduction of the amount therein referred to, by the Legislative Assembly. (8.) Notwithstanding anything in this section, the Governor-General shall...
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The Indian Review, Volume 20

G.A. Natesan - India - 1919 - 1032 pages
...resolutions : Provided that (a) the local Government shall have power, in relation to any such resolution, to act as if it had been assented to, notwithstanding the withholding of such assent if the resolution rebtes to a reserved subject, and the Governor certifies that the expenditure provided...
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Manual of Business and Procedure

India. Legislature. Legislative Assembly - 1921 - 128 pages
...demand which has been refused by the Assembly in essential to the discharge of his responsibilities, act as if it had been assented to, notwithstanding...or the reduction of the amount therein referred to, by the Assembly. (7) Notwithstanding any thing in this Chapter, the Governor General has power, in...
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The Working Constitution in India

Sudhansu Mohan Bose - Constitutional law - 1921 - 536 pages
...has been refused by the Legislative Assembly is essential to the discharge of his responsibilities, act, as if it had been assented to, notwithstanding...or the reduction of the amount therein referred to, by the Legislative Assembly. (8) Notwithstanding anything in this section the Governor-General shall...
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To My Countrymen

Chitta Ranjan Das - Self-determination, National - 1922 - 70 pages
...the grant is composed, but this is subject to an important proviso, viz., that the local Govern ment shall have power in relation to any such demand, to...with-holding of such assent or the reduction of the amoJht therein referred1 to, if the demand relates to a reserved subject,and the Governor certifies...
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Speeches & Documents on Indian Policy, 1750-1921: India as a British ...

Arthur Berriedale Keith - India - 1922 - 396 pages
...has been refused by the legislative assembly is essential to the discharge of his responsibilities, act as if it had been assented to, notwithstanding...or the reduction of the amount therein referred to, by the legislative assembly. (8) Notwithstanding anything in this section, the Governor-General shall...
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India

John Buchan - India - 1923 - 334 pages
...Governor-General-in-Council, who, if he thought fit, could act as if any demand originally made in the budget statement had been assented to, notwithstanding the withholding of such assent or the reduction of the amount demanded. The Governor-General, too, could direct that Bills rejected by the Legislature should become...
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The Growth of Indian Constitution and Administration

Bhalchandra Gangadhar Sapre - Constitutional history - 1925 - 618 pages
...has been refused by the Legislative Assembly is essential to the discharge of his responsibilities, act as if it had been assented to, notwithstanding...or the reduction of the amount therein referred to, by the Legislative Assembly. (8) Notwithstanding anything in this section the Governor-General shall...
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Governance of India: A Commentary on the Government of India Act ...

Khushal Talaksi Shah, Gulestan Jamshedji Bahadurji - India - 1924 - 430 pages
...has been refused by the Legislative Assembly is essential to the discharge of his responsibilities, act as if it had been assented to, notwithstanding...or the reduction of the amount therein referred to, by the Legislative Assembly. (8) Notwithstanding anything in this section the Governor-General shall...
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The Nations of To-day: India

John Buchan, Lord Edward Gleichen - World history - 1923 - 338 pages
...Governor-General-in-Council, who, if he thought fit, could act as if any demand originally made in the budget statement had been assented to, notwithstanding the withholding of such assent or the reduction of the amount demanded. The Governor-General, too, could direct that Bills rejected by the Legislature should become...
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