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Subordinate legislation subject to other procedures

The role of the Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee* is to consider and report on subordinate legislation laid before the National Assembly.

 

A very small proportion of subordinate legislation made by the Welsh Ministers is subject to specific procedures set out in the enabling act. These procedures include:

 

(i) enhanced affirmative procedures (sometimes known as super-affirmative procedures), see for example the procedure set out in section 19 of the Public Bodies Act 2011;

 

(ii) the provisional affirmative procedure, see for example the procedure set out in sections 25(2) and (3) of the Land Transaction Tax and Anti-avoidance of Devolved Taxes (Wales) Act 2017;

 

(iii) the draft negative procedure, see for example the procedure set out in sections 144ZF(5) to (7) of the Water Industry Act 1991;

 

(iv) Subordinate legislation subject to enhanced affirmative procedures (sometimes known as super-affirmative procedures);

 

(v) Subordinate legislation subject to the made affirmative procedure;

 

(vi) Subordinate legislation subject to the provisional affirmative procedure; and

 

(vii) Subordinate legislation subject to the draft negative procedure.

 

* Following a resolution in Plenary on 29 January 2020, the Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee became the Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee.

Business type: Subordinate Legislation

Reason considered: Assembly Business;

First published: 09/05/2016

Decision due: Meeting Date by Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee

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