Hi, I'm doing a module on the English Legal System, and not being a Law student, I'm finding it a bit tricky.
Could somebody explain to me why delegated legislation is considered an infringement of the separation of powers? And how can it be made without the public and democratic processes represented by Parliament?
If anybody also has some good book or articles to help me, that would be great too! Thanks!
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hi i could really use anyones help im a university student studying business and finance , however stupidly they have a made us do a business law model , which TBH , i havent gone to the lectures , so could anyone make this a bit more easier to understand c
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