12 Procedure: introductory
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(1) An order under this Part must be made by statutory instrument.
(2) A Minister may not make an order under this Part unless—
(a) he has consulted in accordance with section 13;
(b) following that consultation, he has laid a draft order and explanatory document before Parliament in accordance with section 14; and
(c) the order is made, as determined under section 15, in accordance with—
(i) the negative resolution procedure (see section 16);
(ii) the affirmative resolution procedure (see section 17); or
(iii) the super-affirmative resolution procedure (see section 18).
Specified date: 8 January 2007: see s 33.
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