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Money bill, Jurisdiction and Governor Important articles of Indian constitution

Article 109 If there is a question over the validity of money bill the decision of the speaker of the Lok Sabha is final

Article 110 A money bill is defined clearly in this article

Article 111 After the money bill is passed by the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha it is presented to the President, who unlike in the case of other Bills has no right to withhold it

Article 112 The President shall in respect of every Financial year cause to be laid before both the Houses of parliament an Annual financial Statement

Article 123 The President has the power to make Ordinance when either of the two houses is not in Session

Article 124 Persons who has been a Judge of the Supreme Court should not plead or act in any court in India

Article 125 The salary and allowances of judges of supreme court shall not be altered to their disadvantage after their appointment

Article 126 When the Office of Chief Justice of India(CJI) is vacant  the duties of CJI shall be preformed by the Judges of the Supreme Court as President may appoint for the purpose

Article 127 If the Supreme Court is facing difficulty to hold its session due to lack of quorum of Judges, the Chief Justice of India may with the previous consent of the President and Chief Justice of the State concerned, request a Judge of a High Court to sit as adhoc Judge in the Supreme Court. The adhoc Judge shall receive salaried and allowances available to Judge of the Supreme Court.

Article 131 Tells about the original Jurisdiction -relating to Fundamental Rights

Article 132 Appelate Jurisdiction -Constitutional: In the constitutional matters an appeal lies to the Supreme Court if the High Court certifies that the case involves a substantial question of law as to the interpretation of the constitution

Article 133 Appellate Jurisdiction -Civil: In the civil case an appeal lies to the Supreme Court if a High Court certifies that the value of the subject matter of the dispute is not less than Rs.20000/-

Article 134 Appellate jurisdiction -Criminal: A person make appeal to the Supreme Court if the High Court has sentenced the accused to death

Article 136 Supreme Court enjoys the power of granting special leave to appeal from any judgement, order or sentence in any case except court martial

Article 137 Revisory Jurisdiction :Supreme Court is empowered to review by Judgement

Article 138 The President is a empowered to refer to the Supreme Court for its opinion regarding treaty and agreements. In such case Supreme Court has to give its opinion.

Article 143 States that Government can refer any question of Public importance to the Supreme Court for seeking its opinion.

Article 153 There shall be a Governor for each State

Article 154 The executive power of the state is vested with the Governor

Article 155 Governor shall be appointed by President by a warrant under his hand and seal

Article 156 Governor holds his office for five years but he holds office during the pleasure of the President

Article 157 Qualification of Governor(Minimum age 35)

Article 158 Conditions for governor's office

Article 159 The oath of the office of the Governor is administered by the Chief Justice of the state and in his absence the senior-most Judge of that Court should perform the duties