Her Majesty may by Order in Council make emergency regulations1 if satisfied that: (1) an emergency2 has occurred, is occurring or is about to occur; (2) it is necessary3 to make provision for the purpose of preventing, controlling or mitigating an aspect or effect of the emergency; and (3) the need for provision is urgent4.
A senior Minister of the Crown5 may make emergency regulations if satisfied that: (a) the conditions in heads (1) to (3) above are satisfied; and (b) it would not be possible without serious delay6 to arrange for an Order in Council7.
Emergency regulations which relate wholly
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