Article 302 of Indian Constitution

Article 302 of Indian Constitution: Power of Parliament to impose restrictions on trade, commerce and intercourse

Article 302 – Constitution Of India

Parliament may by law impose such restrictions on the freedom of trade, commerce or intercourse between one State and another or within any part of the territory of India as may be required in the public interest.


Constitution Of India Part 13 Trade, Commerce And Intercourse Within The Territory Of India – Articles 301 to 307


Article 301 of Indian Constitution – Freedom of trade, commerce and intercourse

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Article 302 of Indian Constitution

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Article 303 of Indian Constitution

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Article 304 of Indian Constitution

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Article 305 of Indian Constitution

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Article 306 of Indian Constitution

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Article 307 of Indian Constitution

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