Control of Public Corporations
- Control of Public Corporations
- Ministerial Control
- Judicial Control
- Public Control
- Press Control
It is important that public corporations are controlled. They are set up with public funds and they provide services to the general public. The Acts that set them up, contain some forms of control but their activities can also be controlled by the The legislative branch of government is responsible for making laws within a country. Legislatures are made up of people called legislators who, in democracies, are elected by the country’s population More, Minister, The judicial branch of government refers to a country’s court system. Judiciaries are responsible for interpreting and applying a country’s laws in particular cases, and can also be invested with the... More, and the Public Legislature Control.
- Public Corporations are set up by Acts of Parliament. These acts stipulate their powers, scope, and limitations. Any excess in its exercise of power can be challenged in court and be declared null and void.
- Secondly, the legislature can amend, modify or revoke the Act if necessary.
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