A study on the Procedure of Drafting and Ratification of Bills to become Laws

  • Dhruv Upadhyay
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  • Dhruv Upadhyay

    Student at SVKM NMIMS Kirit P Mehta School of Law, Mumbai, India

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Law refers to a system of guidelines of managing of the required lawful force and its effect, as arranged, accepted and imposed by the concerned authority. In the United States, law represents as to a regulation, if violated puts the guilty party in a position to be charged with criminal penalty or a civil obligation. The laws of USA are drafted by the central, state-run, and local governments, the President, Governors of the State, the Judges of the courts and lastly the administrative agencies. “Lawmaking is the process of crafting legislation. ” The process of law preparation in the current democracies is tasked with the legislatures, which are present at the local, state, and central levels and therefore, prepare laws that are fitting and are necessary to be followed by the individuals residing within their jurisdictions. The legislative organs are persuaded to make new laws by the supporters who selected them to which the government is responsible, if the arrangement is working as planned. The aspect of lawmaking also relates to the expenditure of governmental resources, as mainly most of the jurisdictions comprise of the budget as a substance of law.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 5472 - 5485

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.111153

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