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statutory order

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(Law) a statute that applies further legislation to an existing act
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Justice John Mativo ruled on Monday that the manner in which the legal notice was imposed was inconsistent with the Constitution and the Statutory Instrument, hence it is null and void.
The TMO is a Statutory Instrument (SI) that allows a specific VAT zero rate for derivative transactions in spots, futures (and options on) commodity contracts, when traded on an exchange.
However, he informed them that following the reconsideration of statutory instrument 66 of 2005, which regulated the importation of feeds, the amendment had been that small scale poultry farmers who owned less than 10 000 birds could import up to 100 per cent of their poultry feed requirements.
They added: "We can think of no example where the government has previously moved wholesale any taxcollecting role from one entity to another either by statutory instrument or executive action.
A Prime Minister only has a statutory instrument to bring forward a Bill seeking permission from parliament to hold a referendum.
Transport for the North, overseen by local council leaders and business groups, was formed in 2015, but the Government has now published legislation known as a Statutory Instrument which will give it official powers and responsibilities.
The committee would examine each statutory instrument laid before the Commons and decide which ones warrant further scrutiny by MPs, the Procedure Committee said.
Theresa May has also stated that a great deal of the regulations that will be repatriated from the EU will have be dealt with by statutory Instrument, thus of course avoiding Parliamentary scrutiny.
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.
I STRONGLY disagree with Councillor Kingham's criticism of Redcar and Cleveland council's support for refugees, but think he is right to argue that the action of the House of Lords rejecting the statutory instrument on the restrictions to tax credits was beyond their powers and therefore wrong.
But the Commons will spend just 90 minutes debating the issue and use a parliamentary loophole, called a statutory instrument, to ease the restriction.
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