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PARLIAMENTARY CONTROL OVER DELEGATED LEGISLATION

By- Swati Verma

Synopsis

(A) Statement of Problem

The major issue that will be dealt with in the project is in relation to the weak control of
Parliament over Delegated Legislation in India, while addressing this issue, measures will be
recommended to improve the current situation. Now this paper discusses about the working of
delegated legislation and parliamentary control over delegated legislation whether it is effective
or not.

(B) Scope of Research

Under the ambit of Administrative Law, Delegated Legislation is a wide topic covering several
doctrines and terms within it. But, in order to arrive at a specific understanding in relation to this
research, only the Parliamentary control aspect of Delegated Legislation has been dealt with. The
project is thereby limited only to one category of control, while ignoring the other categories in
order to arrive at a specific conclusion.

(C) Objective of the Research Paper

1) To deal with the process through which the Parliament controls Delegated Legislation.
2) To examine the loopholes in the process and suggest measures to remedy the same.
3) To also analyze how the interests of affected parties are taken into account while rules
and regulations are framed by administrative authorities.
4) To analyze the criticism faced by the concept of delegated legislation in India.

(D) Hypothesis

The idea of delegated legislation is good and parliamentary control over it would be effective for
proper functioning of administration.
(E) Research Questions

1. What is delegated legislation and how it helps in administration?


2. How the Parliament exercises control over Delegated Legislation?
3. What are the loopholes in effective parliamentary control over delegated legislation?
4. What are the consequences of ineffective parliamentary control over delegated
legislation?

(F) Research Methodology

The research methodology used for the present research is traditional doctrinal research method.
Most of the information can be sought from the available literature by referring books, articles,
journals, websites, etc. The nature of the work is descriptive as well as analytical in nature.

(G) Mode of Citation

A uniform mode of citation (19th edition) is used throughout the project by the researcher.

(H) Chapterization

Chapter 1 –It deals with basics of delegated legislation.

Chapter 2 –It deals with control of delegated legislation.

Chapter 3 –Parliamentary control: objects

Chapter 4 – Forms of parliamentary control over delegated legislation

Chapter 5 –Effectiveness of parliamentary control over delegated legislation

 In India
 In England
 In U.S.A

Chapter 6 –Suggestions and conclusion.