‘Legislation Consists Of Laws Enacted By A Body That Is Invested With Law-Making Power. Unlike The Common Law: Law Essay, UCD, Ireland

‘Legislation consists of laws enacted by a body that is invested with law-making power. Unlike the common law, legislation is specifically created, and its origin is clearly identifiable in a particular exercise of law-making.’

Raymond Byrne et al., Byrne and McCutcheon on the Irish Legal System. Critically analyze the way in which primary legislation is created in Ireland, from its inception to commencement.

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