LGST 557
Implementation Provisions and Drafting Processes (OCW)

 

LGST 557
Implementation Provisions and Drafting Processes (OCW)

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Implementation Provisions and Drafting Processes

Implementation Provisions and Drafting Practices.

Module 1: Section 1 – How do we draft compliance provisions.

  1. General considerations.
  2. Determining what penal provisions are required.
  3. Drafting penal provisions.

Review.

Module 1: Section 2 – How do we delegate powers to legislate?

  1. General considerations.
  2. General approaches to drafting subsidiary legislative powers.
  3. Particular questions.

Review.

Appendix - Checklist for drafting subsidiary legislative powers.

Module 1: Section 3 – How do we draft subsidiary legislation?

  1. General considerations.
  2. Drafting approach.
  3. Drafting details.
  4. Drafting executive instruments.

Review.

Module 2: Law-making processes and working with clients.

Module 2: Section 1 – What are the processes for making laws and our role as legislative counsel?

  1. Preparing a bill.
  2. Enacting a bill.
  3. Subsidiary legislation – how does its preparation differ?

Review.

Module 2: Section 2 - How do we work with drafting instructions?

  1. Getting instructions.
  2. Analysing instructions.

Review.

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