International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
Vol. 3, Issue 3 (2017)

Conceptual analysis of sub Delegation: An overview


Saad Abdulbaqi Sabti, YP Rama Subbaiah

The recent era which has witnessed the rapid growth of delegated legislation in almost all legal systems of the world is not a new phenomenon. Ever since statutes began to be enacted by parliament through a defined formal process, there has been delegation of legislative function. The historical footprints of the delegated legislations can be well seen in the backdrop of the history. Being the most influential amongst all the U.K. legal system bears a well-developed stricture of delegated legislation in the timeline of history. In United Kingdom, as long as in 1531 as per the rule of Henry VIII Clause, the legislators cannot foresee all the difficulties while passing a law, the administrators or executives can be vested with power to make necessary changes to remove difficulties present in the statute passed by the legislators.
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Saad Abdulbaqi Sabti, YP Rama Subbaiah. Conceptual analysis of sub Delegation: An overview. International Journal of Law, Volume 3, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 75-79
International Journal of Law