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The Governor continued to hold a veto and certain reserved powers over legislation.
The British government never intervened regarding these issues, regarding its reserved powers over them as for exceptional cases only.
During several periods when a state of emergency was declared the Governor-General used his reserved powers.
They are contrasted with reserved powers.
Therefore, the people of Arkansas, exercising their reserved powers, herein limit the terms of the elected officials."
The reserved powers doctrine was a principle used in the interpretation of the Constitution of Australia.
Elsewhere it is the responsibility of the District Council, although Regional Councils have reserved powers related to structure planning responsibilities.
The British Governor has reserved powers in three areas which are External Affairs, Internal Security and the Police.
The ARMM Organic Act actually has a much more exhaustive enumeration of reserved powers to the national government.
"Pursuing the Great Experiment: Reserved Powers in a Post-Ratification, Compound Republic".
The Tenth Amendment refers to reserved powers that only the states can exercise, as well as powers not delegated that continue to reside in the people.
State B cites the reserved powers clause of the Tenth Amendment to the US Constitution, arguing the power to regulate marriage is not a federal one.
In comparative federalism and comparative constitutionalism reserved powers or residual powers are those powers which are not "enumerated" (written down, assigned).
Reserved powers can be transferred from Westminster to Scotland under Section 30 of the Scotland Act 1998, for example in the Edinburgh Agreement, 2012.
Federalist No. 39 directly addresses the question of who is to decide whether the federal government has exceeded its delegated powers and has infringed on the states' reserved powers.
The Allies kept certain reserved powers (including control of foreign policy) under an Occupation Statute but their practice was to give the new German government as much independence as possible.
This incident brought home to us that, in a matter that has hitherto fallen within the reserved powers of the Member States, major problems can now be resolved only at the European level.
The Hillsborough Castle Agreement on 5 February 2010 resulted in the following reserved powers being transferred to the Northern Ireland Assembly on 12 April 2010:
Instead, any state power to set the qualifications for membership in Congress must derive not from the reserved powers of state sovereignty, but rather from the delegated powers of national sovereignty.
Constitutionally Britain is a unitary state - not a federation like the United States or the former West Germany, where separate geographical units have reserved powers and can act independently within constitutional limits.
In the United States, the "reserved powers" are those powers which under the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution are reserved to the states or the people.
The doctrine of "reserved powers" was knaved up ex post facto as a justification of his acts, but as far as the intent of the constitution is concerned, it was obviously a pure invention.
Their approach reflected the perceived need to protect "the reserved powers of the States", an idea abandoned in 1920 as a result of Amalgamated Society of Engineers v Adelaide Steamship Co Ltd.
The book described the history of federal-state relations and warned that federal enforcement of national prohibition "involves a usurpation of the reserved powers of the States" and establishes a precedent for the surrender of their power to the national government.
Secession from federation or confederation (political entities with substantial reserved powers which have agreed to join together) versus secession from a unitary state (a state governed as a single unit with few powers reserved to sub-units)