Delegated legislation

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Delegated legislation
1 Why delegated legislation is needed
1.1 Saves time- Delegated legislation does not take up as much of Parliament's time as primary legislation (acts of parliament) does.
1.2 Deals with complex issues- It uses expertise to deal with issues, ranging from scientific complexity to tax laws.
1.3 Quick to amend- it can be altered quickly and easily which allows parliament to respond to changing conditions e.g. re classification of cannabis.
1.4 Allows a fast legislative response- can be passed in hours in an emergency situation allowing fast responses to be made like a terrorist attack.
1.5 Allows for local needs and concerns to be met- Bylaws allow local authorities to make laws specific to local conditions.
1.6 Allows for updating of primary legislation- can be updated easily to reflect changing standards.
2 Types of delegated legislation
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