What Is the Act of Parliament?

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An act of parliament is a law passed and enacted by the parliament of any nation. Parliament consists of all the legislators in a country. Acts of parliament are rules that are meant to govern the land. Acts of parliament are binding and during their legislation they undergo various processes and stages including amendments before being passed into binding laws.
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An Act of Parliament creates a new law or changes an existing law.
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An act of Parliament is a statute, a law passed by both houses of Parliament, and given Royal Assent. An Act of Parliament creates a new law or changes an existing law. A draft act of Parliament is known as a bill.
An Act of Parliament is a law, enforced in all areas of the UK where it is applicable. To become an act, a bill has to be approved by the House of Lords and Commons
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