Article 245 of the Indian Constitution
- The Legislature can pass laws for the entirety or portion of the State according to provisions of the Constitution.
- Parliament may pass laws for the entirety or any portion of the Indian subcontinent.
- No measure passed by the Legislature may be disregarded under section 245(2) because it would apply outside its designated jurisdiction.
- Section 245(2) prohibits disregarding any legislative action because it would apply outside the intended area.
What is Article 245 of the Indian Constitution?
Article 245 of the Indian Constitution regulates the scope of laws enacted by state and federal legislatures. It gives the legislative body the power to make new laws and alter existing ones.