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Mark the Best Option: What is the Quorum to Constitute a Meeting of Either House? - Legal Reasoning

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MCQ

Mark the best option:
What is the quorum to constitute a meeting of either House?

Options

  • One tenth of the total members of the House

  • One eighth of the total members of the House

  • One fourth of the total members of the House

  • One sixth of the total members of the House

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Solution

One tenth of the total members of the House
A Quorum of an assembly is such a number as must be present in order that business can be legally transacted. The quorum refers to the number present, not to the number voting. The quorum of a mass meeting is the number present at the time, as they constitute the membership at that time.

Concept: Indian Constitution (Entrance Exams)
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