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Introduction to Administrative Law

Introduction to Administrative Law


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These orders are governed by the Statutory Orders (Special Procedure) Act 1945
to 1965 and are subject to a special Parliamentary procedure. Once again, as
with Provisional Orders, a local authority makes an application to the minister
for the order. With the minister’s agreement, the proposal is publicised and any
objections are dealt with by a public inquiry. Where the minister decides to
make the order it is laid before Parliament. Thereafter, objectors may petition
Parliament and a joint committee of both Houses will deal with objections so
made by persons with sufficient locus standi. Where the order is not approved
by Parliament its contents can acquire the force of law only through an Act of
Parliament. In practice there are very few objections so that the procedures are
not as cumbersome as they might at first appear.



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