Indian Independence Act, 1947

  • This Act did not lay down any provision for the administration of India.
  • Partition of India and the establishment of two dominions of India and Pakistan.
  • Constituent Assembly of each Dominion would have unlimited powers to frame and adopt any constitution.
  • The Suzerainty of the crown over Indian states was terminated.
  • The office of the Secretary of State for India was to be abolished and his work was to be taken over by the Secretary to State for Commonwealth Affairs.
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