Legislation: Section in an Act

1. A section in an Act of Parliament refers to a specific part or provision of the legislation.

2. An Act of Parliament is a law that has been passed by Parliament and has received Royal Assent. It is made up of a series of sections, each of which contains a specific provision or rule.

3. These provisions may be related to a specific policy area or they may be more general in nature, such as provisions related to the interpretation or application of the Act.

4. Each section is numbered, and the Act as a whole is divided into chapters, parts, and sections in order to make it easier to understand and reference.

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