Legislative procedure in a state having Bi – cameral Legislature | Indian Constitution Download PDF
Article 192 lays down that if any question arises as to whether a member of a House of the Legislature of a State has become subject to any of the disqualifications mentioned above, the question shall be referred to the Governor of that State for decision who will act according to the opinion of the Election Commission. His decision shall be final not liable to be questioned in any court of law.
The legislative procedure in a State Legislature compared with having two Chambers is broadly similar to that in that in Parliament. Parliament, save for differences on certain points to be explained presently.
I. As regards Money Bills, the position is the same. The Legislative Council shall have no power save to make recommendations to the Assembly for amendments or to withhold the Bill for a period of 14 days from the date of receipt of the Bill. In any case, the will of the Assembly shall prevail, and the Assembly is not bound to accept any such recommendations.
It follows that there cannot be any deadlock between the two Houses at all as regards Money Bills.