•         Constitution of India, Art. 246, List II, Entry 54, Second Schedule - Sales of Goods Act, 1930 (III of 1930) - Validity of - Haryana Value Added Tax Act, 2003 (6 of 2003) S. 2 (Amending Act 17 of 2011) - Enacting that tax shall be levied on the price at which petrol products are sold to consumers, the amendment includes the commission payable to retail dealers, for sale of petroleum products - Amendment brought about in the term "sale price" vide the impugned notification is in conformity with term `sale' as is understood in the Sales of Goods Act, 1930 - The evaporation loss is fully taken care of by the provisions of the Principal Act - Not ultra vires.  (175) PLR
  •         Constitution of India, Art. 246 (2) - Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002 S. 35  If we accept the legal submissions made on behalf of the Banks to hold that the provisions of SARFAESI Act override the provisions of the various Rent Control Acts to allow a Bank to evict a tenant from the tenanted premise, which has become a secured asset of the Bank after the default on loan by the landlord and dispense with the procedure laid down under the provisions of the various Rent Control Acts  - Then the legislative powers of the state legislatures are denuded which would amount to subverting the law enacted by the State Legislature-  It would not only tantamount to violation of rule of law, but would also render a valid Rent Control statute enacted by the State Legislature in exercise of its legislative power under Article 246 (2) of the Constitution of India useless and nugatory  - Constitution of India envisages a federal feature, which has been held to be a basic feature of the Constitution. (2016)3 PLRSC 57