Public law and human rights statute book
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Robert G. No matter how straightforward an exam question appears, take time and care to analyse it. In general, essay questions will take one of two forms; either a direct question or instruction 'Critically assess the mechanisms designed to prevent the abuse of delegated legislative power' or a quotation followed by a question or an instruction "The courts provide the only effective form of control over the abuse of delegated legislative power. The former type of question is generally wider ranging and may be easier to answer. It is important, however, to consider the specific instruction. In the question above, you are asked to assess the available controls.