Solution:The decision made by the Union government will take precedence if there is a dispute between the laws made for the topics listed in the Concurrent List.
Both the Central Government and the State Governments are interested in the topics of the Concurrent List. The topics on the Concurrent list include marriage, trade unions, adoption and succession, forests, and education. Both the Central and State Governments have the authority to enact laws on the topics covered by the Concurrent List. On matters covered by the State List, state governments have the authority to enact legislation. On issues covered by the Central List, Central Governments have the authority to enact legislation. According to the Constitution, the Union Government will have the authority to pass legislation on any residuary subjects if a topic does not appear on any of the three lists. The Concurrent List should take precedence over the State List whenever there is a dispute. If there is a disagreement between central law and state law on a topic listed in the Concurrent List, federal law will take precedence.