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CLASSIFICATION OF STATUTES

Other Topics - By: - Mr. M. GOVINDARAJAN - Dated:- 18-7-2015 - Black, Henry Campbell (1990), Black s Law Dictionary, Sixth Edition, defines the term statute as a formal written enactment of a legislative authority that governs a country, state, city or a country. Typically, statutes command or prohibit something or declare policy. The word is often used to distinguish law made by legislative bodies from the judicial decisions of the common law and the regulations issued by Government agencies. T .....

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erally refer to the laws and regulations of every sort, every provision of law which permits or prohibits anything. A statute may be classified with reference to its duration, nature of operation, object and extent of application. The with reference to the basis of duration is as follows: Perpetual statutes; Temporary statutes. The with reference to nature of operation is as follows: Prospective statutes; Retrospective statutes; Director statutes; Mandatory statutes; The with reference to object .....

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Competition Act, 2002 repealed the MRTP Act. The temporary statutes are for a short period or for a specified period. The enactment will lapse after the expiry of the specified period. For example the ordinance passed by the President. Ordinance has been passed by the President when the Houses are not in session and it is in urgent nature the President promulgates the ordinance. Classification with reference to nature of operation A statute which operates upon acts and transactions which have n .....

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servance of its provisions. A mandatory statute is one which compels performance of certain acts and directs that a certain thing must be done in a certain manner or in certain form. These types of statutes are imperative statues which are often negative or prohibitory in its terms and make certain acts or omissions absolutely necessary and subject a contravention of the provision to a penalty. When the statute is passed for the purposes of enabling something to be done and prescribes the formal .....

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