2 edition of Legislation and its interpretation found in the catalog.
Legislation and its interpretation
New Zealand. Law Commission.
1988 in Wellington, N.Z. : [The Commission] .
Written in English
This preliminary paper may be cited as: NZLC PP8.
|Series||Preliminary paper -- no. 8, Preliminary paper (New Zealand. Law Commission) -- no. 8.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 245 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||245|
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Most revolutions which have a widely acknowledged ideological basis claim to be methods of adjusting the positive law to the true natural law as seen by the revolutionaries. Thus, there Legislation and its interpretation book a possibility of expansion of this kind of subordinate legislation in our country. Legislation has also become a less important, though not necessarily less time-consuming, part of parliamentary business. Courts, on the other hand, are engaged in the settlement of disputes and any law making that they may do is only with reference to actual disputes before them and only in so far as is necessary for their solution. It is subordinate when the sovereign power is delegated to any other authority to make law, as the power delegated to a corporation to make law.
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Indeed, individual and special laws continue to form a considerable part of the legislative output in most civilized states. The reason for taking the relatively unusual step of imposing a duty on the government itself is that the size and nature of the task is such that this must involve an enduring, long term, commitment.
In my practice, I often find that I lack any substantial body of case law upon which to rely. At times, the term is used in Legislation and its interpretation book still broader Legislation and its interpretation book, in relation to rules stemming from other than State authorities e.
Language: English. No doubt, certain restrictions were considered binding upon the princes of continental Europe, and some acts called in theory for the consent of representative assemblies.
If modern parliaments are still regarded largely as the legislative agencies par excellence and legislation is still represented as their principal business, this is, to some extent, an echo from the past, perhaps a reminder of a weapon parliaments hold in reserve to be used against the executive in some future contingency but hardly a fair description of the actual state of affairs.
In time, even consolidated and revised statutes as well as codes cease to be up to date: social changes and political aspirations result in partial amendments of the enacted material, and so do technical deficiencies in the original text as revealed in the course of its application.
It includes both the Interim Constitution and the current Constitution ofunder which all such legislation has been enacted, and with which all legislation must be compatible if it is to be valid.
Long-term financial provisions such as the British Consolidated Fund, multiyear plans involving financing and enacted in advance, and authorization of economic activities controlled by the government and carried on through the intermediary of public corporations have further reduced the significance of the annual budgets handled by parliaments as part of their legislative routine.
This book reviews the primary rules courts apply to discern a statute's meaning. Other decisions taken by legislatures are not to be confused with legislation proper.
Legislation and its interpretation book Though subject to serious modification in detail, the legislative process commonly involves four stages. Secondary legislation The stress of modern conditions has resulted in complications connected with a the complexities inherent in an industrial societyb a closer relationship between executive and legislature, c a generalized pattern of self-governing units, d the problem of meeting emergencies, and e the growth of modern dictatorships.
Thus it is subordinate legislation. In the interest of clarification, consolidated statutes may then be adopted by the legislature or an up-to-date revision of the statutory material, to be done by experts, authorized by it.
With modifications, this conception, an intrinsic part of the separation-of-powers doctrine, became the predominant practice, and representative parliaments became associated in the popular mind with the legislative power as such. External Aids to Interpretation 8.
It is subordinate when the sovereign power is delegated to any other authority to make Legislation and its interpretation book, as the power delegated to a corporation to make law. In some other modern languages, the distinctiveness of the term is better preserved because, like Latin, they have a second term at their disposal loi—droit, leggediritto, Gesetz—Recht, zakon—pravo ; but there, too, confusion is not unknown.
The laws made by them are subject to the Supreme legislation of the state under whose control they are. Hierarchy and status[ edit ] Before and the new era of constitutionalismit was Parliament rather than the Constitution which enjoyed supremacy.local fiscal legislation, its commencement would be illogically abrupt without a consideration of the general (local) approach towards the interpretation of legislation.
In the modern era the South African approach to the interpretation of legislation should reasonably commence with reference to the omission in the Constitution.
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