Commencement, Business Law and Ethics

COMMENCEMENT:

However section 46(4) of the constitution offers that like, a law made through Parliament shall not come in operation whether it has been published in the England Gazette until.  Although it empowers Parliament that subject to certain exceptions and to postpone the coming into operation of any law and to make laws with retrospective effect also.

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