- Ordinary Bill
- Money Bill
- Financial Bill
- Constitutional Amendment Bill
Under the parliamentary form of government adopted by the constitution of India, the function of making law belongs to the legislature (art 107 -108). The law making procedure is a very important part of the democratic system. Indeed, it has to insure that the law passed does not endanger the democratic government or the founding principles of the regime. The agreement of the population, through their elected representatives, should be also insured. A complicated and long procedure is therefore adopted by the Constitution of India. This procedure differs depending on the nature of the bill. There are indeed four specific types of bills, which have each their own procedure of adoption: the ordinary bills, the money bills, the financial bills and finally the constitutional amendment bills. After studying the procedure to pass an ordinary bill, we will try to analyze how it differs from the procedures of other bills.