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Commonwealth Conference of Delegated Legislation Committees / Senate Standing Committee on Regulations and Ordinances
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Canberra : Government Printer, 1981
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SENATE STANDING COMMITTEE ON REGULATIONS AND ORDINANCES Commonwealth Conference of Delegated Legislation Committees Volume 2 Documents of the Conference 1
SENATE STANDING COMMITTEE ON REGULATIONS AND ORDINANCES COMMONWEALTH CONFERENCE OF DELEGATED LEGISLATION COMMITTEES VOLUME 2 DOCUMENTS OF THE CONFERENCE 5
Contents 7
COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA The Senate Standing Committee on Regulations and Ordinances 9
NEW SOUTH WALES LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL Committee of Subordinate Legislation Background Paper 14
NORTHERN TERRITORY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Subordinate Legislation and Tabled Papers Committee 17
Making and Control of Delegated Legislation in Queensland 19
Joint Committee on Subordinate Legislation South Australia 21
Tasmania JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE ON SUBORDINATE LEGISLATION 27
Victoria: Joint Subordinate Legislation Committee 28
Western Australian Legislative Review and Advisory Committee: Statutory Background 31
Conference of Committees on Delegated Legislation, Canberra, 1980 Background Information Dominion of Canada 36
PART I The Regulatory Process in the Province of Ontario 81
The Review of Delegated Legislation in Saskatchewan 89
Subsidiary Legislation in Ghana—A brief analysis 93
BACKGROUND PAPER ON Parliamentary Scrutiny of Delegated Legislation 96
BACKGROUND PAPER ON Parliamentary Scrutiny of Delegated Legislation COMMITTEE ON SUBORDINATE LEGISLATION OF THE RAJYA SABHA (PARLIAMENT OF INDIA) 102
The Making and Control of Delegated Legislation in Papua New Guinea 105
Parliamentary Control of Statutory Instruments in the United Kingdom 106
Parliamentary Control of Delegated Legislation in Zambia: An Overview 107
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON DELEGATED LEGISLATION 109

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