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    What kind of reforms were made in the delegated legislation
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    - What is the competency of Parliamentary examination.
    - What is primary legislation.
    - What is secondary legislation.
    - Thus why is it flawed.
    - What is procedural transformation.
    - Thus why is it instantly desirable.

    Seems pretty straight-forward to me. What part of that are you stuck on? We can't help if you don't tell us what exactly you don't understand? You can't expect to come on here, post a question and have someone do your homework for you.
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    - What is the competency of Parliamentary examination.
    - What is primary legislation.
    - What is secondary legislation.
    - Thus why is it flawed.
    - What is procedural transformation.
    - Thus why is it instantly desirable.

    Seems pretty straight-forward to me. What part of that are you stuck on? We can't help if you don't tell us what exactly you don't understand? You can't expect to come on here, post a question and have someone do your homework for you.
    Sorry, I have to include a few precedent cases regarding this matter, and I'm not sure which... Help?

    Can you briefly explain what Statutory Instruments mean in layman terms?

    And what are the reforms that were made in this? Different website says different things so I am very confused...

    I am an Accounting & Finance student, with no law background, however I have to take Business Law because its one of my core subject :/
 
 
 
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