LLB NOTES-PART-I CONSITITUTIONAL LAW-I

      The British Constitutional – 50 Marks

      The Constitutional of the USA – 50 Marks


    COURSE CONTENTS
    All contents of British and Constitution of United States are given as under

    PRINCIPLES OF BRITISH CONSTITUTION

  • Salient features pf the British Constitution
  • Difference between constitution & Constitutional Law
  • Source and nature of the British Constitution
  • Separation of Powers
  • The Rule of Law
  • Parliamentary Supremacy
  • British Constitutional Convention
  • Royal Prerogatives
  • British Cabinet
  • British Parliament
  • Privileges of the Parliament
  • Fundamental Rights and Human rights Act, 1998
  • Freedom of Expression
  • Judiciary
  • Impact of European Union

  • CONSTITUTION OF UNITED STATES

  • Brief History of Conventions leading The Passing of American Constitution
  • Important Characteristics / Salient Features
  • Human Rights Bill-Civil Liberties
  • Ratification of the Constitution
  • Federalism
  • Congress, its two Houses – Legislative Procedure
  • Senate and Effectiveness of its Control
  • Separation of Powers
  • President-His election, Powers and checks on him
  • Judiciary
  • Judicial Review
  • Rigidity-Procedure of amendments

  • BOOKS RECOMMENDED

  • The English Constitutions by begehot.
  • Law of the Constitutional by Dicey
  • The Government of England by Lowell
  • The Govt. of USA by Munro
  • The American Political System by Brogen
  • The American Presidency by Lasaki
  • The Supreme Court of United States by warren

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