What is the difference between a law and regulation?

An Act of Parliament is a law made by the Australian Parliament. In the Australian Parliament, a law is made after a bill a proposed law is passed in the same form by theSenatean

What is the difference between a law and regulation?

An Act of Parliament is a law made by the Australian Parliament. In the Australian Parliament, a law is made after a bill  a proposed law  is passed in the same form by theSenateandHouse of Representatives and is givenRoyal Assentby theGovernor-General. It is then called anAct of Parliament.

Sometimes the Parliament gives the power to make decisions about the details of laws it makes to a minister or government department. This is called delegated law because the power has been delegated  given  to the minister or department. Regulations are a type of delegated law. Sometimes regulations are referred to as rules.

Delegated law allows the specific details of an existing law to be made or changed without having to be debated and passed by the Parliament. The Parliament usually keeps the right to overrule  disallow  delegated law if it does not agree with it. Standards and ordinances are other examples of delegated law.

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