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PARLIAMENT ( ? ? ??)
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PARLIAMENT ( ? ? ??)
Legislative Procedure in Parliament
• The legislative procedure is identical in both the Houses of 
Parliament.
• Every bill has to pass through the same stages in each House.
• A Bill is a proposal for legislation and it becomes an act or law 
when duly enacted.
• Bills introduced in the Parliament are of two kinds: Public bills 
and Private bills (also known as Government bills and 
Private members’ bills)
• Though both are governed by the same general procedure and 
pass through the same stages in the House but they differ in 
various respects
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PARLIAMENT ( ? ? ??)
Legislative Procedure in Parliament
• The legislative procedure is identical in both the Houses of 
Parliament.
• Every bill has to pass through the same stages in each House.
• A Bill is a proposal for legislation and it becomes an act or law 
when duly enacted.
• Bills introduced in the Parliament are of two kinds: Public bills 
and Private bills (also known as Government bills and 
Private members’ bills)
• Though both are governed by the same general procedure and 
pass through the same stages in the House but they differ in 
various respects
Difference Between Public & Private Bill
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PARLIAMENT ( ? ? ??)
Legislative Procedure in Parliament
• The legislative procedure is identical in both the Houses of 
Parliament.
• Every bill has to pass through the same stages in each House.
• A Bill is a proposal for legislation and it becomes an act or law 
when duly enacted.
• Bills introduced in the Parliament are of two kinds: Public bills 
and Private bills (also known as Government bills and 
Private members’ bills)
• Though both are governed by the same general procedure and 
pass through the same stages in the House but they differ in 
various respects
Difference Between Public & Private Bill
Types Of Bills
• 1.Ordinary bills, which are concerned with any matter other than 
financial subjects.
• 2. Money bills, which are concerned with the financial matters like 
taxation, public expenditure,etc.
• 3. Financial bills, which are also concerned with financial matters (but 
are different from money bills).
• 4. Constitution amendment bills, which are concerned with the 
amendment of the provisions of the Constitution.
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PARLIAMENT ( ? ? ??)
Legislative Procedure in Parliament
• The legislative procedure is identical in both the Houses of 
Parliament.
• Every bill has to pass through the same stages in each House.
• A Bill is a proposal for legislation and it becomes an act or law 
when duly enacted.
• Bills introduced in the Parliament are of two kinds: Public bills 
and Private bills (also known as Government bills and 
Private members’ bills)
• Though both are governed by the same general procedure and 
pass through the same stages in the House but they differ in 
various respects
Difference Between Public & Private Bill
Types Of Bills
• 1.Ordinary bills, which are concerned with any matter other than 
financial subjects.
• 2. Money bills, which are concerned with the financial matters like 
taxation, public expenditure,etc.
• 3. Financial bills, which are also concerned with financial matters (but 
are different from money bills).
• 4. Constitution amendment bills, which are concerned with the 
amendment of the provisions of the Constitution.
Ordinary Bills
• Every ordinary bill has to pass through the following five stages 
in the Parliament before it finds a place on the Statute Book:
• 1. First Reading
• 2. Second Reading
• 3. Third Reading
• 4. Bill in the Second House
• 5. Assent of the President
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