Article 261 in The Constitution Of India
The relationship between the center and the State is divided into three parts as follows:
- Legislative relations
- Administrative relations (Articles 256 to 263)
- Financial relations
Public activities, documents, and judicial procedures are all covered by Article 261 of the Indian Constitution. The following clauses are included in it:
- The public acts, records, and judicial processes of the Union and each State shall be given complete confidence and credit throughout India's entire territory.
- The manner and conditions of proving the acts, protocols, and proceedings referred to in paragraph 1 and determining their effect shall be determined by an Act of Parliament.
- Final decisions or decrees rendered by civil courts in any region of India are legally binding everywhere.
What is Article 261?
Article 261 plays a crucial role in protecting the security and well-being of Indian citizens; the Central Government and State Governments collaborate. Indian federalism is centered on the connection between the Centre and the States.