What is the concurrent list?
The Concurrent List or List-III(Seventh Schedule) is a list of 52 items (though the last item is numbered 47) given in the Seventh Schedule to the Constitution of India.It includes the power to be considered by both the central and state government.
A residuary power is a power which is retained by a governmental authority after certain powers have been delegated to other authorities. There are 3 lists according to which the government distributes its powers which are: 1)Union List. 2)Concurrent List. 3)State List.
- residual power (plural residual powers) (law) Power that is retained by the government after other powers were distributed to other authorities in the course of elections or by the process of delegation.
- The Tenth Amendment declares, "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people." In other words, states have all powers not granted to the federal government by the Constitution.
- The Constitution grants numerous powers to Congress, including the power to:
- levy and collect taxes,
- coin money and regulate its value,
- provide punishment for counterfeiting,
- establish post offices and roads,
- promote progress of science by issuing patents,
- create federal courts inferior to the Supreme Court,
Residual power. The power conferred on the federal parliament by s. 91 of the Constitution Act, 1867, to make laws for the “Peace, Order, and good Government of Canada.” It is residual in relation to provincial governments as it is specifically limited to matters not assigned to the provincial legislatures.
- When the Australian Constitution came into effect of 1 January 1901, the power of the states to make laws was broken up so that some powers were: transferred to the Commonwealth (Australian Parliament) – exclusive powers of the Commonwealth. shared by the Commonwealth and the states – concurrent powers.
- 3) HashSet allows only one null key, but HashMap can allow one null key + multiple null values. That's all on difference between HashSet and HashMap in Java. In summary HashSet and HashMap are two different type of Collection one being Set and other being Map.
- Another difference between a TreeSet and HashSet is that a HashSet provides O(1) lookup, insertion and removal where as a TreeSet provides O(log(n)) lookup, insertion and removal. A LinkedHashSet maintains insertion order of items by constructing links between the elements as they are inserted.
Article 248 (2) of the Constitution of India says that the Parliament has exclusive power to make any law with respect to any matter not enumerated in list II and III. Such power shall include the power of making any law imposing a tax not mentioned in either of those lists.
Updated: 2nd October 2019