Emergency regulations1 may make provision only if and so far as the person making the regulations is satisfied that: (1) the provision is appropriate for the purpose of preventing, controlling or mitigating an aspect or effect of the emergency2 in respect of which the regulations are made; and (2) the effect of the provision is in due proportion to that aspect or effect of the emergency3.
Emergency regulations must specify the parts4 of the United Kingdom or regions5 in relation to which the regulations have effect6.
Emergency regulations may not require a person, or enable a person to be required, to
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