Legislative or parliamentary control, Business Law and Ethics

LEGISLATIVE OR PARLIAMENTARY CONTROL:

(i)         Parliamentary approval and

(ii)        Ministerial approval and

(iii)       Publication into the England Gazette and

(iv)       draft rules' circulations  to interested parties. And

(v)        Delegation of legislative power to selected persons and bodies and

(vi)       Prescribes the scope and procedure of law making.

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