Delegated legislation

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  • Law and Administration has never been simply a textbook of administrative law. As its title signifi es, our primary objective in writing it was to further the study of law in the context of public administration and politics: the ‘law in context’ approach. We need to remind the contemporary reader that the fi rst edition refl ected an era of legal formalism when the study of case law, largely divorced from its social context, was seen as the be-all-and-end-all of legal studies.

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  • Any society quickly finds that it needs rules or laws to enable it to function smoothly. Consider the results if you had decided to drive to work today on the right instead of the left. People need to be able to live and go about their business in certainty, knowing that they can expect others to abide by the same rules. It is probably true that most people obey most of the rules most of the time. They may not have any precise knowledge of the actual rules which they are obeying, but that precise knowledge only becomes important when disputes arise or problems have to be...

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  • In 1990, the Organic Foods Production Act (Act) established national standards for the production and handling of organic products and required the Secretary of Agriculture (Secretary) to issue regulations to implement the legislation. The Secretary delegated the functions of the Act to the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS), and through regulations effective in October 2002, the National Organic Program (NOP) was created to administer these standards and to require mandatory certification of organic production.

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  • In North America, certain regulatory functions of exchanges have been delegated or contracted to third party non-governmental regulators (FINRA5 in the United States and IIROC6 in Canada), while others, notably in the area of listing, have been retained by exchanges themselves. In Europe, in most cases, it is the capital market regulators, not exchanges, who have an upper hand in issuer regulation according to national and, in many cases, EU legislation.

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