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The case establishes that it is not possible to create new prerogative powers.
Although diminishing in number, prerogative powers clearly remain of great importance.
This was a significant break from the previous law, which held that prerogative powers were not in any way subject to judicial review.
As noted above, some prerogative powers are considered unsuitable for judicial review.
The courts have traditionally been unwilling to subject prerogative powers to judicial review.
These, originally exercised by the monarch personally, are known as prerogative powers.
The case is considered significant in constitutional terms for its ruling on the extent of Ministerial prerogative powers.
Prerogative powers were formerly exercised by the monarch acting on his or her own initiative.
The text provides the most comprehensive list of royal prerogative powers in the United Kingdom.
These powers of reservation and disallowance were prerogative powers included in the Act.
The prerogative powers are not unlimited, and they can be superseded by statute, or lost over time through disuse.
The Governor retains a prerogative power of pardon, and certain other specific prerogative powers under the constitution.
The Diet acquired all prerogative powers of the Crown, reverting the latter to a ceremonial role.
In 1972, the Treaty of Accession to the European Communities was signed under prerogative powers.
In the United Kingdom, for example, these include payments to the royal family, succession to the throne, and the monarch's exercise of prerogative powers.
As a bill modifying the monarch's prerogative powers, the Queen's consent was required before it could be debated in Parliament.
One of the issues in this case was whether so-called 'prerogative powers' of the Crown (which is another name for central government) are subject to judicial review.
In practice, the Royal Prerogative powers are almost all delegated to the Government or to Crown officials:
Constitutional theorist A. V. Dicey gives the standard definition of what prerogative powers are:
French also decided that, although statutes are capable of replacing prerogative powers, the Migration Act had not replaced the prerogative power in this case.
As such they notionally held the prerogative powers of the monarch, and also held the executive power of the country to which they were assigned.
Under the heading of common law comes also prerogative powers - the powers and privileges recognized by common law as belonging to the monarch.
Although many prerogative powers have been displaced by statute, many matters at the heart of government are still determined under the authority of the prerogative.
An example of an Order made in exercise of prerogative powers would be one approving changes to the byelaws of a Chartered institution.
The Ministry of Justice undertook a "review of executive Royal Prerogative powers" in October 2009.
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