Information Types - Law
Delegated legislation is made by a person or body other than Parliament, under authority granted to that person or body by an Act of Parliament.
Deledated legislation can be
LexisNexis Concise Australian Dictionary (LexisNexis, 5th ed, 2015)
Delegated legislation provides the detail necessary for the effective operation of an Act.
According to the SA Legislation website, an Act "must be read together with its subordinate legislation for a full picture of the written law ... on a particular topic."
You can generally find delegated legislation
- on Parliamentary websites - e.g. SA Legislation, ComLaw
- on legislation websites - e.g. AustLII, LawOne
More information and links can be found on the Legislation Search Smart Guide.