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Why is delegated legislation necessary in modem governments?

Delegated legislation may be defined as laws
and orders
made by non-legislative bodies but approved by
the
legislature.
There are different types of delegated
legislation. These
includes order-in-council, bye-laws, provisional
orders and
statutory instrument
Delegated legislation is necessary due to the
following
reasons:
  1. It saves a great deal of parliamentary time. 
  2. It is very useful during emergency periods when quick decisions are required  
  3. It allows laws and regulations to be
    easily-made and, amended to meet new situations.
  4.  It is necessary in
    order to bring government nearer and power to the people.
  5. It is necessary when the issues at stake
    need expert knowledge.
  6.  It is necessary due to complicated nature
    and growth of governmental activities.

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