csr law is a law that governs the way people are allowed to earn a living and live their lives in a given country. It is a system that is generally applied in the developed world. But, it’s a system that doesn’t come into effect for all the rest of the world. For those that live in countries like India, it is a system that can be used to keep people working and living, and even raise their standard of living.
Csr law has been around for a very long time, but its not like there is a new law that needs to be enforced every time some new country decides to join the club. It’s just that the laws have to be updated periodically. But, in addition to being updated, the laws also get applied differently from one country to another. And in India, a person can change their residence status or income in the country they live in.
The most common reasons why a person changes residence are because they don’t want to live in the same city with their parents or they want a better job. But even if you change your residence status or income because of a new job offer, there is no rule that says you can’t return to the same residence in the same city, or even the same state, in the same country. Also, there are no rules or regulations on the subject.
There are very few laws and regulations in India and most of them are on the state level. So most of the time, it is up to the individual states to decide what the law is on the subject. Even the constitution says nothing about this.
I don’t think they have decided even on what the law is. There are a few states like NC or West Bengal which have specific law on the subject. For instance, in West Bengal, a person cannot change his or her residence status in the state when they get re-elected, or when he or she takes over a new government position.
That law is called “cadastral change of residence” (CCR). It only applies if the person making the change has served in a government post for more than six years. For instance, a man who was serving as a minister in a state government can only change his or her residence status if he or she has served for more than six years in that government. It has a provision on its own to prevent arbitrary changes of residence status.
A former Prime Minister is the first person to whom the change of residence law applies. A former Prime Minister is the first person to whom the change of residence law applies. However, the law does not apply to a former Prime Minister who has been a party to a decision concerning CCR. For instance, it does not apply to a man who was a minister in both a state government and a national government.
It is interesting, but not surprising that the government has a provision to prevent the application of the CCR law.
In the days of the British Raj, there was a provision that would prevent the application of the CCR law. However, the government changed the law so the government could have a clause that it could apply if the man had been a minister in a state government and a national government. The only problem is that the person was actually a minister in either.
Apparently there’s a provision in the Constitution that requires the government to pass a law that allows them to apply the CCR law for a minister. So if you have a CCR-enabled government, they can apply it to you and you’ll probably be sent to a court. However, it’s pretty clear that this law has never been passed, as it requires the government to pass a law to allow it to be applied.