subordinate legislation

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subordinate legislation

legislation that depends on the delegation of authority from other, superior, legislation.
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This issue came under deliberation during a debate regarding a petition against regulations of Privatization Commission Ordinance 2000 and scrutiny of rule regarding valuation of property taken up by the Senate Committee on Delegated Legislation on Tuesday.
The issue came during the discussion on a petition against some regulations of the Privatisation Commission Ordinance, 2000, as well as examination of the rule about valuation of property taken up by Senate ComAmittee on Delegated Legislation.
The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill will give powers to ministers to make delegated legislation once the bill becomes law, through the use of statutory instruments.
Australia was once a world leader in parliamentary oversight of delegated legislation.
Political editor Jonathan Walker reported on Monday's Commons' Delegated Legislation Committee and the rather lengthier Lords' proceedings that had approved motions establishing the WMCA, with local government correspondent Neil Elkes looking forward excitedly to Friday's inaugural meeting at the ICC.
Instead of the usual process of holding a Commons debate and a vote, the Government axed the grants through the little-known Third Delegated Legislation Committee.
But rather than having a full debate and vote, the Government introduced the change in an obscure Commons committee called the Third Delegated Legislation Committee.
As discussed in the next section, the PJCHR has developed extensive dialogue with ministers over selected legislation and delegated legislation it considers problematic.
Zain extraordinary general assembly has agreed to amend the articles of association in line with delegated legislation No 97/2013, its bylaw and resolution No 25/2013 of the Board of Commissioners of Kuwait Capital Markets Authority (CMA) on the rules of issuing corporate governance to be applied by companies subject to CMA supervision, the company said in statement.
The changes are being introduced under section 4 of the Public Bodies Act 2011, follow a public consultation and impact assessment by Defra and approval by the First Delegated Legislation Committee in the House of Commons.
The regulations passed parliamentary scrutiny last week when they were approved by nine votes to seven following a meeting of the delegated legislation committee in the House of Commons.
Unite said a vote on controversial plans to cut the consultation period for collective redundancies from 90 to 45 days will be taken by the delegated legislation committee today rather than in the House of Commons.