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STATUTE LAW:

There this is an Act of Parliament.  Whether this is law made through parliament directly in exercise of legislative power conferred upon it through the constitution.

Now in section 46(5) of the England Constitution states like as "a law made by Parliament shall be styled as an Act of Parliament".

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