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Parlement, les pouvoirs délégués et les tribunaux

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    Charles M.
    GB
    Charles M.

    Parliament, Delegated Bodies and Courts are law making bodies. The relationship between Parliament, Delegated Authorities and Courts is complementary. Parliament is elected to run the country and to make laws. Courts were set up by parliament to find a solution to disputes using laws passed by parliament. Delegated Authorities such as local governments are given power to pass laws by Parliament. The main delegated bodies are • statutory authorities • government departments • local councils These bodies change delegated legislation which they can administer and which is subject to parliament scrutiny and is under the control of the courts. The bodies work together to make law. Parliament and Courts check Delegated Bodies do not exceed their powers. All law making bodies need to be flexible and to understand the situation.

    Sorie T.
    SL
    Sorie T.

    It should be cordial between them.

    Nöelle L.
    IE
    Nöelle L.

    Parliament and authorities merge to enforce the law and the elected delegates, court is to resolve disputes, laws been passed through parliament and decide the outcome of the legal system.

    Peter Awuni A.
    GH
    Peter Awuni A.

    Which of the bodies is superior?

    Joseph S.
    UG
    Joseph S.

    Parliament, Delegated Authorities and the Courts it well known that both parliament (including delegated authorities) and the courts can make law. However, parliament is democratically elected for that purpose whereas the courts are created by parliament to resolve disputes by applying law passed in parliament. Parliament, delegated authorities and the courts are designed to achieve just outcomes in the legal system.

    Joseph S.
    UG
    Joseph S.

    how does parliament and court make laws?

    ×omer A.
    RU
    ×omer A.

    Parliament, delegated authorities and the courts are designed to achieve just outcomes in the legal system.

    Azubuike O.
    NG
    Azubuike O.

    the bottom line is that parliament , delegated authority and court makes law but the parliament takes pr-eminence .

    Queenielyn C.
    JP
    Queenielyn C.

    Parliament, Delegated Authorities and the Courts Both parliament (including delegated authorities) and the courts can make law. However, parliament is democratically elected for that purpose whereas the courts are created by parliament to resolve disputes by applying law passed in parliament. Parliament, delegated authorities and the courts are designed to achieve just outcomes in the legal system.

    Christey W.
    US
    Christey W.

    Courts, delegated bodies, and parliament can make laws. The courts are created by parliament to resolve disputes by applying law passed in parliamant. The delegated bodies are designed to achieve just outcomes in the legal system. The parliament is elected democratically.

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