Who decides about the nature of the Bill to be introduced?

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Aditya Patel asked 16-Sep-2019 in Law & Legal Issues by Aditya Patel

Who decides about the nature of the Bill to be introduced?

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Anonymous User answered 30-Jan-2020 by Anonymous User

Who decides about the nature of the Bill to be introduced?

Money/Appropriation Bills and money related bills can be presented uniquely in Lok Sabha per Articles 109, 110 and 117 of the Indian Constitution. Speaker of Lok Sabha chooses whether a bill is Money Bill or not. The Chairman of Rajya Sabha chooses whether a bill is a money bill or not when the bill and can be presented in the Rajya Sabha.  

But Money Bills and Financial Bills, Category A, which can be presented distinctly in the Lok Sabha, a Bill may begin in either House of Parliament. According to the arrangements of article 109 of the Constitution, the Rajya Sabha has constrained forces as for Money Bills.

There are four kinds of the bills-normal bill, cash bill, account bill, and constitutional amendment bills. After a Bill has been passed, it is presented in the Official Gazette.