Issue: November, 2022
For Private Circulation Only
Welcome readers, to this year’s Eleventh issue of Legist.
The year 2015 was milestonic in Indian constitutional history as it had 125th birth anniversary of the Great Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. He played an instrumental role in shaping the Indian Constitution and drafting the constitutional values enshrined in it. His significant contributory efforts led to the adoption of Indian Constitution on 26th of November, 1949. In the light of this historical and contemporary realities, the Union ministry of social justice notified the decision of the Centre to celebrate November 26 as “Constitution Day” or “Samvidhan Diwas” to be celebrated each year from 2015 onwards to promote constitutional values among citizens.
To perpetuate this, we present to you an overview of the Importance of the Indian Constitution in day-to-day business and compliance activities by throwing light upon some unexplored relationship between the Indian Constitution and the business world.
We hope you find this issue of Legist informative and enlightening.
the Constitution of India- A Grund Norm of Compliance
Mayura Sabne (Research and Editorial)
Constitutional Provisions Regarding Trade, Commerce & Intercourse: A Contemporary Overview
Akanksha Redij (Research and Editorial)
The Constitution of India is the longest-written constitution in the world and the most important reason for it being so long is the inclusion of some special and advanced provisions to deal with asymmetric dimensions of the Indian federation. The constitution is divided into various parts and part XIII deals with Trade, Commerce, and intercourse. The drafters of the relevant Articles of Part XIII were fully aware that economic unity was absolutely necessary for the stability and progress of the federal polity established by the Constitution for the governance of the country. Indian Constitution guarantees Freedom of trade and commerce but it is not absolute, some limitations are built into such freedom which is being discussed further in the article.
Fundamental Rights & Businesses in India: Overview of Contemporary Legal Dynamics
Gunjan Yede (Research and Editorial)