Law making: delegated legislation.

The rule of law. This topic forms part of the nature of law and the English legal system unit and counts towards the A level award.

  • Types of delegated legislation: orders in council, statutory instruments, bylaws (from local authorities and public bodies).
  • Parliamentary and judicial controls on delegated legislation.
  • The reasons for the use of delegated legislation.
  • The advantages and disadvantages of delegated legislation.
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Units and Topics

The following units are part of the AQA A Level Law 7162 from 2017 course

A Level Law: The nature of law and the English legal system.

A Level Law: Criminal law

A Level Law: Tort

A Level Law Option B: Human rights

A Level Law Option A: Contract law

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