Private Legislation

Private Legislation is a legislative subject term assigned to measures proposed to provide benefits to one or more specified individuals alone (including corporations or institutions), typically when no other legal remedy is available. Unlike public bills, which apply to public matters as a whole, these bills are restricted to having a limited number of beneficiaries.

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