|Third Commonwealth Conference on Delegated Legislation||1|
|Third Commonwealth Conference on Delegated Legislation||3|
|LIST OF DELEGATES||8|
|Tuesday 21st November 1989||29|
|Wednesday 22nd November 1989||42|
|Thursday 23rd November 1989||71|
|RESOLUTIONS OF THE CONFERENCE||99|
|MEMBERSHIP OF THE CONTINUING CO-ORDINATING COMMITTEE||100|
|APPENDICES APPENDIX 1 UNITED KINGDOM JOINT COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS||101|
|APPENDIX 2 DRAFTING AND SCRUTINY OF DELEGATED LEGISLATION IN THE COMMONWEALTH: A COMPARATIVE STUDY||104|
|APPENDIX III QUESTIONNAIRE||118|
|APPENDIX 3 THE PRINCIPLES OF THE STANDING COMMITTEE ON REGULATIONS AND ORDINANCES OF THE AUSTRALIAN SENATE||123|
|APPENDIX 4 DRAFTING AND SCRUTINY OF DELEGATED LEGISLATION IN SAINT LUCIA||131|
|APPENDIX 5 SCRUTINY OF FEDERAL QUASI-LEGISLATION IN AUSTRALIA||133|
|APPENDIX 6 REPORT OF THE REGULATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE: INQUIRY INTO THE CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLES TO APPLY WHEN PARLIAMENT EMPOWERS THE CROWN TO CHARGE FEES BY REGULATION||136|
|APPENDIX 7 FEES AND TAXES: THE DISTINCTION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE PARLIAMENTARY SCRUTINY OF DELEGATED LEGISLATION||144|
|APPENDIX 8 SCRUTINY OF BILLS IN THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA by Senator Rosemary Crowley, Member and former Chairman of the Senate Standing Committee for the Scrutiny of Bills||150|
|APPENDIX 1 INTERPRETATION OF PRINCIPLES 1987 - 881||154|
|APPENDIX 9 THE LINKS IN THE CHAIN OF PROTECTIVE SCRUTINY OF DELEGATED LEGISLATION||161|
|APPENDIX 10 THE USE OF LEGISLATIVE HISTORY TO INTERPRET LEGISLATION: THE APPROACH OF CANADIAN COURTS AND ITS RELEVANCE TO PARLIAMENTARY SCRUTINY OF REGULATIONS||177|
|APPENDIX 11 REVIEW OF EXISTING DELEGATED LEGISLATION IN THE AUSTRALIAN STATES||181|
|APPENDIX 12 REVIEW OF EXISTING REGULATIONS||188|
|APPENDIX 13 PARLIAMENTARY DISALLOWANCE OF DELEGATED LEGISLATION||192|
|APPENDIX 14 DIFFERENT MODELS OF TECHNICAL LEGISLATIVE SCRUTINY||198|
|APPENDIX A EXTRACT FROM PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES (HANSARD)||205|
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