delegated legislation

delegated legislation
laws made under a higher authority. Usually the power to make such legislation is delegated to a minister of the government or to a local authority. The names under which such legislation appears are many and various, including orders in council (Order in Council), rules, regulations, statutory instruments or bye-laws.

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