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Intensità e Vantaggi di legislazione delegata

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    Charles M.
    GB
    Charles M.

    Delegated legislation is law made by another person or body to whom Parliament has delegated or passed on the required authority. The most common types are statutory instruments, Orders in Council and byelaws. The legislation is subject to the ultra vires doctrine and control by the courts. The main reason for delegated legislation is to increase the efficiency of the law making process. The strengths and advantages of delegated legislation include: • It saves parliamentary time • It allows flexible and rapid change • MPs have not the expert knowledge such as road traffic details to deal with the legislation • It allows quick response to new situations such as the growth of terrorism • It can be used when Parliament is shut • It enables some changes in statute such as variation in in sentences • Judicial review may be sought by people affected by legislation • It allows local byelaws to be made by local authorities who know the district better than Parliament. • It encourages local participation and democracy • Amendment is easier compared to Acts of Parliament

    Sorie T.
    SL
    Sorie T.

    The advantages is to increase effiency in the law.

    Sophal S.
    KH
    Sophal S.

    Could you please explain me the Delegated Legislation?

    John A.
    KE
    John A.

    what is delegation in simple English ?

    Peter Awuni A.
    GH
    Peter Awuni A.

    Why do parliament delegate legislation

    Joseph S.
    UG
    Joseph S.

    Below are the Strengths and Advantages of Delegated Legislation The main reason for the system of delegated legislation is to increase efficiency in the law-making process. The strengths of the system include: Saving time in law-making Parliament does not have sufficient time to enact all legislation required for the legal system to function properly. Expertise MPs are not specialists in all areas of law-making and delegated legislation allows them to concentrate on matters of broad policy whilst leaving issues of detail and practice to more expert delegated authorities. Flexibility Delegated legislation can be made or amended more quickly than legislation and does not undergo the same processes as law made by parliament. As parliament does not sit all year long, delegated authorities are better able to respond to social needs as they arise. Participation Delegated legislation allows for greater community participation in the law-making process which, in a democracy, is a positive feature. Local councils are comprised of local citizens elected to office and certain government departments provide for citizen participation to present a broad range of community and organisational views to the relevant minister (e.g. on consumer matters).

    Joseph S.
    UG
    Joseph S.

    The main reason for the system of delegated legislation is to increase efficiency in the law-making process how and why

    Mallo J.
    KE
    Mallo J.

    In Kenya delegated legislation is mainly handled by the county assemblies which handle the same way parliament handles its law. One feature that is emphasized by the article 196 of the Constituition of Kenya is the issue of public participation in all legislations that the County Assemblies deal with.

    Sione Siotonu F.
    TO
    Sione Siotonu F.

    Strength and Advantage of Delegated Legislation are saving time in law-making,Expertise,Flexibility and Participation.

    Queenielyn C.
    JP
    Queenielyn C.

    Strengths and Advantages of Delegated Legislation The main reason for the system of delegated legislation is to increase efficiency in the law-making process. The strengths of the system include: Saving time in law-making Parliament does not have sufficient time to enact all legislation required for the legal system to function properly. Expertise MPs are not specialists in all areas of law-making and delegated legislation allows them to concentrate on matters of broad policy whilst leaving issues of detail and practice to more expert delegated authorities. Flexibility Delegated legislation can be made or amended more quickly than legislation and does not undergo the same processes as law made by parliament. As parliament does not sit all year long, delegated authorities are better able to respond to social needs as they arise. Participation Delegated legislation allows for greater community participation in the law-making process which, in a democracy, is a positive feature. Local councils are comprised of local citizens elected to office and certain government departments provide for citizen participation to present a broad range of community and organisational views to the relevant minister (e.g. on consumer matters).

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