THE PREPARATION OF LEGISLATION
AbstractBecause Parliamentary procedure varies with different bills, the author explains considerations specific to the way different bills are prepared: how and by whom, as well as how it gets to Parliament. The author begins with a lengthy discussion of the drafting process in general, before explaining the procedure for preparing government legislation specifically and the roles of various entities including the Department of Justice and the Attorney General of Canada. He then summarises the Parliamentary process and examines methods of statute revision and consolidation.
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