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    I do parliamentary supremacy- the questions were parliamentary supremacy, green paper and White paper with the stages of a bill in parliament I think the last one was advantages/disadvantages of putting bills through parliament. Delegates legislation was by laws and I think statutory instruments, judicial controls and discuss why parliament delegate power. Civil courts and ADR was negotiation/mediation, tribunals and why court is used instead of ADR I think
    Thankyou, i do judicial precedent, delegated legislation and criminal courts and lay people, does judicial controls, statutory and by laws apply for me too?
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    Yeah the delegated legislation would apply to you I unfortunately don't do the other two
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    (Original post by xXAmmarahXx)
    Yeah the delegated legislation would apply to you I unfortunately don't do the other two
    Okay, thankyou so much
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    (Original post by Numakhanom)
    Okay, thankyou so much
    Welcome good luck on the mock!
 
 
 

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