About Union law

Union laws are primary legislation.

The Commonwealth Framework gives powers and authority to the elected or appointed representatives of the people, that are without any party affiliations, that are the Members, Senators and Lords of the Supreme Congress of British Commonwealth, to create laws at the Commonwealth level that are laws in each of the 60 member nations of the British Commonwealth, reflecting the representative democracy (congressional) part of the Union State of British Commonwealth.

Union law (statute of commonwealth) are legal acts made by the Supreme Congress.

Union law requires Royal Assent.

The single legislative act of Union law is the Act of Commonwealth.

Bills of Proposal and the pre-assent form of an Act of Law are known as temporary legislation.