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Resubmission P5 Legislation is defined as the process or act of making law or a set of laws by the Legislative Body (Governing Body) ...read more.

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The proposal for making any law is known as "Bill" which than undergoes a series of processes (like analysis, debating, etc.) ...read more.

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to become a Law. Legislation is needed for many regions like for the implementation of a policy when the existing rights and obligations are to modified, policy is having a long term operations, policy is having a very high level of importance and for effective running of various public related services like Courts, Hospitals, Universities and many more. ...read more.

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