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By an Act of 1322, all laws were to be made by the Crown. On the regulatory side, a 1694 Act prescribed 2 See Tarnopolsky, 1974, pp 149–50. 2 Chapter 1: Sources of Caribbean Constitutional Law that Parliament was to meet once in every three years, but (even before that) the Petition of Right 1627 had prescribed that taxes could not be levied without its approval while an Act of 1612 had laid down that parliamentary debates were to be privileged. The Parliamentary Privilege Act 1770 made members free from arrest or imprisonment in civil proceedings.
The Belize Independence Order 1981 SI 1981/1107 UK. The Trinidad and Tobago Republic Constitution Act 1976, No 4 of 1996—Trinidad and Tobago. The St Lucia Constitution Order 1978 SI 1978/1901 UK. The Bahamas Independence Order 1973 SI 1973/1000 UK. 9 CHAPTER 3 THE SOVEREIGNTY OF PARLIAMENT This was a doctrine in its heyday in the days of Professor AV Dicey1 who expressed it as the rule which conferred on Parliament the power ‘to make or unmake any law whatever’. Up to the end of the Second World War, the doctrine was one of great constitutional significance which was not seriously questioned from any quarter.
9 CHAPTER 3 THE SOVEREIGNTY OF PARLIAMENT This was a doctrine in its heyday in the days of Professor AV Dicey1 who expressed it as the rule which conferred on Parliament the power ‘to make or unmake any law whatever’. Up to the end of the Second World War, the doctrine was one of great constitutional significance which was not seriously questioned from any quarter. It was taken as axiomatic that Parliament could pass laws on any matter whatsoever and this applied to the many statutes and other laws constituting (in large measure) the British Constitution, to which reference has been made in Chapter 1 above.
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