Development of Indian Constitution During British Era
In 1853, the charter of 1833 was to time out and had to be renewed. It was renewed but no substantial changes were made. However, this was for the first time, that this charter act, unlike other charter acts, did not fix any limit for the continuance of the administration of the company in India.
The 20 years renewal of the charter ran out in 1833. This was the time for the government to do a careful assessment of the functioning of the company in India. The charter was renewed for another 20 years, but the company was asked to close its commercial business. The company lost its monopoly in
20 years after the charter of 1793 was renewed, the charter timed out and was to be renewed. During 1798 to 1805, Lord Wellesley served as the Governor General of India. The 7 years tenure of Lord Wellesley is known to be an important phase in the development of British power in India. His policy
The act of 1807 gave powers to the Governors and Presidencies of Madras and Bombay to make regulations, like the government of Bengal However, these powers were subject to approval and registration by the Supreme Court.
Act of 1800 extended the Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court at Calcutta over the districts of Banaras and other districts. This act provided for the constitution of Supreme Court at Madras.