Legislation Act 2019

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76 Chief Parliamentary Counsel must support international transparency obligations


The Chief Parliamentary Counsel must ensure that, as soon as practicable, links forwarded to the PCO under section 75 are—


published electronically; and


as far as practicable, able to be accessed at, or downloaded from, the legislation website.


The Chief Parliamentary Counsel must give all or any makers, and ensure there is or are in force for all secondary legislation with international transparency obligations, a direction or directions setting out, in general terms,—


the nature of their details:


the nature of their links and the form and manner in which they must be forwarded.


The maker must, if required to do so in writing by the Chief Parliamentary Counsel, republish a copy of the secondary legislation promptly on the maker’s website in a form that complies with section 75.


A direction under this section is secondary legislation (see this Part for publication requirements).

Compare: 2012 No 119 ss 36E(4)–(6), 36F(3), (4), 36G

Requirements under this Act for secondary legislation made under this section
PublicationThe maker must publish it in accordance with the Legislation (Publication) Regulations 2021 s 74(1)(aa)
PresentationIt is not required to be presented to the House of Representatives because a transitional exemption applies under Schedule 1s 114, Sch 1 cl 32(1)(a)
DisallowanceIt may be disallowed by the House of Representatives ss 115, 116
This note is not part of the Act.