How Were Coode’s Foundations Built Upon?

How Were Coode’s Foundations Built Upon? Later drafters have built upon these approaches. Two factors helped in this respect.  Coode’s approach assumed that subject, action, case and condition would be contained in the same sentence, almost certainly influenced by the requirement that each section of an Act could contain only one sentence. After sub-sectioning was…

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The Principal Characteristics Of Commonwealth Drafting

  The Principal Characteristics Of Commonwealth   Drafting       The account you have just studied in the last Unit suggests some of the principal characteristics of drafting approaches in the Commonwealth. The following are features which are particularly marked in contrast with approaches in other systems of law, such as civil law systems,…

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Principles Of Legislative Syntax-The components of every legislative sentence

Principles Of Legislative Syntax-The components of every legislative sentence To fulfil these general objectives, Coode made proposals concerning the components of legislative sentences and offered a number of other guidelines about the way sentences should be structured. The components of every legislative sentence Coode asserted that legislative sentences ought to have two core components, and…

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Forms Primary Legislation Take- Bodies That Have Power To Make Subsidiary Legislation

Forms Primary Legislation Take- Bodies That Have Power To Make Subsidiary   Legislation The power to make primary legislation is exercised by making legislative instruments in accordance with required procedures – a process which can be referred to as “enactment”. That term may also be used to refer to the instrument itself, or even to…

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Forms Primary Legislation Take- Bodies That Have Power To Make Subsidiary Legislation

Forms Primary Legislation Take- Bodies That Have Power To Make Subsidiary   Legislation The power to make primary legislation is exercised by making legislative instruments in accordance with required procedures – a process which can be referred to as “enactment”. That term may also be used to refer to the instrument itself, or even to…

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What is Legislation?-Bodies That Have Power To Make Primary Legislation

What is Legislation?-Bodies That Have Power To Make Primary Legislation We shall use the term “legislation” generally to refer to written rules of law made by a body that has: the necessary legislative power conferred upon it by or under the Constitution; and  followed a legally prescribed or recognised process of law-making.  The factor that…

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What More Is Needed To Meet The Legislative Requirements?

What More Is Needed To Meet The Legislative   Requirements?           The statutory provisions must:  State the precise terms and limits of the prohibition in generalised language; and  Prescribe the exact classes of persons who are subject to the prohibition and the legal context in which, and the circumstances when, the…

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What Are The Differences Between Every-Day And Legal Commands?

What Are The Differences Between Every-Day And Legal Commands? The difference between a simple command or direction, that is effective for every-day use and a statutory provision upon which legal action may be grounded can be further illustrated by the following example. Imagine that you board a public bus and see the following notice facing…

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