Applied laws - judicial elucidation of acts, Business Law and Ethics

APPLIED LAWS:

However section 2 of the Interpretation and General Provisions Act specified like an "applied law" as:;

(a)   here an Act of the legislature of another country or an order in council of the United Kingdom; or

(b)   is the subsidiary legislation made under any of the foregoing that is to the time being into force in England.

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