LEGISLATIVE POWERS: DELEGATED LEGISLATION

Authors

  • Dr. Itishree Mishra, Sibasis Pattnaik

Abstract

Delegate legislation is regulation under the primary law control of an administrative
branch to enforce and execute the primary law criteria. This is an act created by another
individual or entity, but with the legislative authority. The topic of delegated legislation is, due to
its numerous consequences, one of the most debated topics in the area of legal theory. There
have been opposing opinions, but delegated legislation in modern times is commonly used that is
almost an agreed standard. The delegated legislation procedure helps the government to
implement law without waiting for a new act of the legislature. In addition, delegated legislation
authorizes the authority under a statutory provision to modify or amend regulations or to make
substantive changes to the rule. Legislative branch plays a vital role in the legislative process, as
more legislative branch occurs each year than Parliamentary actions. This article analyzes, in its
varied incarnations, the importance of delegated legislation.

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Published

2020-12-02

How to Cite

Dr. Itishree Mishra, Sibasis Pattnaik. (2020). LEGISLATIVE POWERS: DELEGATED LEGISLATION. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 5301 - 5305. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1797