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Weekly Information Bulletin: 24th January 2009
The most common form of delegated legislation, or secondary legislation, is Statutory Instruments. Those requiring parliamentary approval are subject to either the affirmative or negative procedure: this is explained in HCIO Factsheet L7.
The laying of Orders before the House of Commons is recorded in the Statutory Instrument List published by the Journal Office: http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmsilist/cmsilist.htm. This list records when Orders were laid and in the case of affirmative instruments, whether a motion for their approval has been tabled. In the case of Negative Instruments, the number of praying days left (in which a motion calling for the instrument to be annulled may be laid) is noted.
Outstanding Orders are listed below. Details of previous Orders are available in earlier editions of the bulletin
Legislative Reform Proposals and Orders:
|Lords Committee Report & Recommendation||Commons Committee Report & Recommendation|
Title and SI Number
|Lords Committee Report & Recommendation||Commons Committee Report & Recommendation||Consideration L (Lords), C (Commons)|
|4.12.2008||Draft Legislative Reform (Insolvency) (Advertising Requirements) Order 2009||HL 12 (a)||HC 181 (e)|
|Draft Legislative Reform (Supervision of Alcohol Sales in Church and Village Halls &c.) Order 2009|
|8.12.2008||Draft Legislative Reform (Minor Variations to Premises Licences and Club Premises Certificates) Order 2009|
|© Parliamentary copyright 2009||Prepared 24 January 2009|