Definition of Legislation. Meaning of Legislation. Synonyms of Legislation

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- Legislation is the process or product of enrolling, enacting, or promulgating law by a legislature, parliament, or analogous governing body. Before an...
- Quebec National ****embly produced a report recommending amendments to legislation to recognize medical aid in dying as being an appropriate component of...
- bulk of this legislation was enacted after the election of the National Party government in 1948, it was preceded by discriminatory legislation enacted under...
- Knife legislation is defined as the body of statutory law or case law promulgated or enacted by a government or other governing jurisdiction that prohibits...
- Primary legislation and secondary legislation (the latter also called delegated legislation or subordinate legislation) are two forms of law, created respectively...
- Library legislation is legislation that helps establish and maintain public libraries. Great Britain Edward Edwards of the British Museum was a firm believer...
- logrolling. Others distinguish riders from logrolling. Adding riders to legislation is not permitted in legislatures bound by a single-subject rule. In the...
- Special legislation is a legal term of art used in the United States to refer to legislation that targets an individual or a small, identifiable group...
- The Gl****–Steagall legislation describes four provisions of the United States Banking Act of 1933 separating commercial and investment banking. The article...
- mean that crimes committed through the network are not punishable under legislation drafted for that purpose. Although there are often existing laws that...