Q: Is legislation known as an Act of Parliament after enactment? ¶
Q: Is legislation usually proposed by a member of the legislature? ¶
A: Yes, or by the executive, whereupon it is debated by members of the legislature and is often amended before passage.
Q: Is legislation regarded as one of the three main functions of government? ¶
A: Yes, and which are often distinguished under the doctrine of the separation of powers.
Q: Is legislation sometimes used to include these situations? ¶
A: Yes, or the term primary legislation may be used to exclude these other forms.
Q: Is legislation known as legislators? ¶
A: Yes, a judicial branch of government will have the formal power to interpret legislation; the executive branch of government can act only within the powers and limits set by the law.
Q: Is legislation made by other bodies or means? ¶
A: Yes, such as when constitutional law or secondary legislation is enacted.