Doctrine of Colourable Legislation

By | December 18, 2020
Doctrine of Colourable Legislation

Last Updated on 1 year by Admin LB Doctrine of Colourable Legislation: Legislation is considered as colourable when a legislature having no power or legislative competence enacts legislation that is so camouflaging that it appears to fall within its legislative competence. The objective lies in the fact that what the legislature can’t legislate directly; it cannot go beyond...

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