Court : Karnataka
Decided on : Feb-17-2003
Reported in : (2003)180CTR(Kar)412; 261ITR15(KAR); 261ITR15(Karn)
..... municipal corporation of delhi v. birla cotton spinning and weaving mills : 3scr251 , as also in an earlier decision in re: the delhi laws act, 1912, the ajmer-merwara (extension of laws) act, 1947 and the part c states (laws) act, 1950 : 2scr747 , has laid down the principle that the legislature must retain in its own hands the essential legislative functions and what can ..... economic well-being of the people. most of the modern socio-economic legislations passed by the legislature lay down the guiding principles of the legislative policy. the legislatures, because of limitation imposed upon them and the time factor, hardly can go into the matters in detail. the practice of empowering the executive to make subordinate legislation within the prescribed sphere has ..... on the executive, it is necessary to refer to the law laid down by the apex court on this question.16. in the case of avinder singh v. state of punjab : 1scr845 , the supreme court laid down the tests mentioned hereunder for valid delegation of legislative power :(i) the legislature cannot efface itself; (ii) it cannot delegate the plenary or ..... is useful to refer to the observation made by the supreme court in the case of kunnathat thathunni moopil nair v. state of kerala : 3scr77 , in the case of east india tobacco co. v. state of andhra pradesh : 1scr404 and in the case of federation of hotel and restaurant association of india v. union of india : 178itr97(sc .....Tag this Judgment!