Legislative Drafting. Module Eight. AP Herbert. I’m the parliamentary draftsman and I make the country’s law. And of half the litigation I’m undoubtedly the cause... I’m the parliamentary draftsman and they tell me it’s a fact. That I often make a muddle of a simple little Act.
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I’m the parliamentary draftsman and I make the country’s law.
And of half the litigation I’m undoubtedly the cause...
I’m the parliamentary draftsman and they tell me it’s a fact.
That I often make a muddle of a simple little Act.
I’m the parliamentary draftsman and they take me in their stride.
Oh, how nice to be a critic of a job you’ve never tried
“Legislative drafting is an inherently difficult task.”
“A common view of drafting instructions is that they are, more or less, complete instructions (whether written or oral) to the drafter about what is required in the legislation. This view tends to be accompanied by a belief that drafters are mere scribes, and not particularly good ones at that.”
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