Laws made by the Executive are called

  1. Delegated Legislation
  2. Preferred Legislation
  3. Rule of Law
  4. Administrative Law
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 17th May 2015 in Politics.
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    Delegated Legislation

    First of all we defines the means of Delegation, the means of Delegation “the act of entrusting another with authority or empowering another to act as an agent or representative’. Laws made by the Executive are called Delegated Legislation. 
    The full means of Delegated Legislation “Principle which has been well-established is that the legislature must lay down the guidelines, the principles of policy for the authority to whom power to make subordinate is entrusted.” 

    Delegated Legislation is law made by an executive authority under powers delegated from a legislature by enactment of or Subordinate Legislation or Subsidiary Legislation because the primary legislation grants the executive agency power to implement and administer the requirements of that primary legislation.

    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 17th May 2015.
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