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statutory order

n
(Law) a statute that applies further legislation to an existing act
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In an interview the minister said the purpose of her visit was to evaluate the impact of the statutory instrument that restricted the importation of water into Botswana and to appreciate the challenges that the company faces with the view of intervening in order to help the company together with other businesses in the country to grow and impact positively on the economy.
"Alongside the statutory instrument, I will also lay an impact assessment before both Houses."
There is no gazette notice that can avail itself without a statutory instrument, a guideline, policy or subsidiary legislation behind it.
The statutory instrument will amend the existing goal to cut climate pollution by 80% by 2050, which was agreed by MPs under the Climate Change Act in 2008.
MPs are likely to pass a statutory instrument to change the law and delay departure.
A House of Commons committee is expected to approve legislation, known as a statutory instrument, to make it official.
Whether the appellate court constituted by virtue of the statutory instrument promulgated by the president can nullify the similar instrument and the authority of the president for the issuance of subsequent statutory instruments?
A Prime Minister only has a statutory instrument to bring forward a Bill seeking permission from parliament to hold a referendum.
In addition, the Statutory Instruments Act provides that every statutory instrument (including regulations) made after December 31, 1971 "shall stand permanently referred to any Committee of the House of Commons, of the Senate or of both Houses of Parliament that may be established for the purpose of reviewing and scrutinizing statutory instruments".
Labour has tabled a motion to annul the statutory instrument in which these changes are contained, to try to halt the Tories' pernicious and ill-considered plans.
Moffat explained that the email states that there might be a possible loophole in the statutory instrument, the legislation which the British government wants to use to take away the winter fuel payment.
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